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3D Hacking Environment Links Kinect, Blender, and Metasploit 93

baxpace writes with a link describing a way to test your own security systems for vulnerabilities using Kinect-interpreted natural gestures in tandem with the Metasploit Framework and the Blender game engine, writing: "The idea is to hack into your own systems while in a 3D, first person shooter style environment that interfaces with the Kinect sensor. The game engine was built using Blender and looks to be one of the most pleasing ways of uncovering your own systems' architectural/networking vulnerabilities."
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3D Hacking Environment Links Kinect, Blender, and Metasploit

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  • The Gibson (Score:2, Funny)

    by Anonymous Coward on Friday August 12, 2011 @04:13AM (#37066240)

    We can finally hack it!

  • by DarkOx (621550) on Friday August 12, 2011 @05:53AM (#37066596) Journal

    Manager: What do you think you think you're doing you can't play video games at the office, at least not during business hours!

    Jr. Network Admin: Sir I am conducting a Pen test of against our dev environment.

    Manager: Yea I think my kid likes one too, its Japanese right?

    Network Admin: Sir I am its not a game.

    Manager: Look I know you guys take you aviators seriously, but try to do it on your own time ok.

    Jr Network Admin: Sir I think you mean avatar and like I said this is actually not a game its a front end for metasploit.

    Sr Network Admin: He cut the crap Jr that interface is not scriptable at all and how many times do I have to tell you if you think you're going to do it twice, script it once! It leaves more time for slashdot.

    Manager: What is slashdot?

    Sr Network Admin: Its a um.. hmm.. I guess you'd call it a computer based continuing education tool.

    Manager: Really, that sounds great, I want the whole department spending a couple hours a day on this slashdot.

  • by Anonymous Coward on Friday August 12, 2011 @06:32AM (#37066732)

    This is UNIX! I know this!

At the source of every error which is blamed on the computer you will find at least two human errors, including the error of blaming it on the computer.