Monthly Archive:: February 2016

Install Kodi on Amazon FireTV – Updated for 2016 – Part 4 – FireStarter

This post is a continuation of the Install Kodi on Amazon FireTV series; Part 1 Intro Part 2 contains the work required on the FireTV box/stick itself using the remote Part 3 contains the ADBfire work done on your computer Part 4 – Your here – contains the FireStarter Configuration again on the FireTV Box

Install Kodi on Amazon FireTV – Updated for 2016 – Part 3 – ADBfire

This post is a continuation of the Install Kodi on Amazon FireTV series; Part 1 Intro Part 2 contains the work required on the FireTV box/stick itself using the remote Part 3 – Your here – contains the ADBfire work done on your computer Part 4 contains the FireStarter Configuration again on the FireTV Box

Install Kodi on Amazon FireTV – Updated for 2016 – Part 2 – FireTV Setup

This post is a continuation of the Install Kodi on Amazon FireTV series; Part 1 Intro Part 2 – Your here – contains the work required on the FireTV box/stick itself using the remote Part 3 contains the ADBfire work done on your computer Part 4 contains the FireStarter Configuration again on the FireTV Box

Install Kodi on Amazon FireTV – Updated for 2016 – Part 1 – Intro

Since my last post, there have been a number of developments around the Amazon FireTV box/sticks, so as I’ve recently purchased a new 4k FireTV for the living room i thought i’d knock up an updated guide on how to install Kodi on a new Amazon FireTV. Due to the length of this article i’ve

Cisco ASR1000 Packet Capture

Running packet capture on a router is, in my opinion, one of the best features Cisco provide. Most Cisco router platforms have the facility to run a packet capture on the box and here I demonstrate how to carry one out on any ASR1k platform such as the ASR1001, ASR1002, ASR1002x etc. First, we should

How to crack Cisco Type 5 (MD5) Passwords

Whilst Cisco’s type 7 passwords are incredibly easy to decrypt (iBeast is my goto tool), Type 5 passwords are currently not reversible… that does not however mean they are not susceptible to brute force attacks. Whilst its reasonably impractical to brute force a router’s login due to the amount of time it would take for