DIY Gets Sexy: 3 Simple Concoctions for Making Your Own (All Natural) Lube

January 15, 2014 at 04:14AM from WonderHowTo

While a big brain and confident craftsmanship have always been attractive qualities, today I’m going to show you the sexiest DIY project I’ve ever used ingredients for.
DIY lubricant can save you money (lube is 95% water), help you avoid the creepy glance from your CVS cashier, and it’s the best way to make sure you only use all natural ingredients on your lady bits (if that’s your thing).
Concoction 1: Use Corn Starch
So why shell out twenty bucks on some fancy packaging and a name brand when all you are really trying to do is get it on? Instead you can grab some corn starch and water and… more


Circadian Rhythm and Your Brain’s Clock

January 14, 2014 at 07:20PM from How-To Geek

There is no escaping the fact that our bodies need sleep, but more than ever our bodies’ needs for it are being disrupted because of crazy schedules, an addiction to technology, or other things we place a ‘higher value’ on. Learn how circadian rhythms work, how they regulate the processes in our bodies, and why it is a good idea to go with the ‘circadian flow’ in today’s video.

Circadian Rhythm and Your Brain’s Clock [YouTube]

How to Stop Hyperventilating

January 15, 2014 at 03:00AM from How to of the Day

Hyperventilation is medically defined as overbreathing, or breathing in excess of what the body needs. It is usually identified by symptoms of rapid, deep breathing, and is typically brought about by panic or anxiety attacks due to extreme stress or excitement. It can also be voluntarily induced (by taking many deep breaths), or be caused by the medical condition metabolic acidosis. Although the experience of hyperventilating may feel terrifying and may cause the individual to panic even further, there are ways on how to deal with and control hyperventilation.

Hack Like a Pro: Using Netdiscover & ARP to Find Internal IP and MAC Addresses

January 14, 2014 at 09:26AM from WonderHowTo

Welcome back, my fledgling hackers!
A number of you have written me in recent weeks asking how to find IP addresses of a potential target. There are numerous ways to do this, but in this tutorial I will show you how to use a tool built into BackTrack that leverages Address Resolution Protocol or ARP to discover live hosts on the network.
As you know, ARP is used to map MAC addresses to IP addresses on an internal network. The router and switches send out broadcast ARP requests to all the MAC addresses on the network asking them to respond with their IP addresses. Each system will then… more

How to Get More Clean and Organized for 2014

January 13, 2014 at 09:04AM from WonderHowTo

Listen to your favorite music while washing the dishes. Get rid of old knickknacks of yesteryear so you have more clear space to truly appreciate your environment. With a little discipline and mindful planning, getting more clean and organized for 2014 shouldn’t have to be such a chore.
On a related note, if you live in a small space, check out 10 Awesome Organizing Hacks for Your Living Space. And read 16 Nifty Uses For Over-the-Door Shoe Organizers (No Shoes Involved) if you aren’t completely convinced that shoe organizers are a lifesaver for pretty much anyone with a lot of little… more

Hack Like a Pro: Digital Forensics for the Aspiring Hacker, Part 3 (Recovering Deleted Files)

January 09, 2014 at 05:53PM from WonderHowTo

Welcome back, my tenderfoot hackers!
I recently began a new series on digital forensics to help tenderfoot hackers from being detected and ultimately, incarcerated. In this installment of that series, we will look at recovering deleted files. This is important to hackers because you need to know that even when you delete files on your computer or on the victim’s computer, a forensic investigator can usually recover them.
Windows File System’s
Since most of the victim’s will likely be Windows based systems, let’s focus our attention on Windows systems and their file systems. Nearly all… more

Hack Like a Pro: How to Hack Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) to Snatch the Sysadmin Password

January 01, 2014 at 07:47PM from WonderHowTo

Welcome back, my budding hackers!
One of the keys to becoming a professional and successful hacker is to think creatively. There is always a way to get into any network or system, if you think creatively. In previous tutorials, I have demonstrated ways to crack passwords on both Linux and Windows systems, but in this case, I will show you a way to get the sysadmin password by intercepting it from a Remote Desktop session.
As you know, RDP, better known as Remote Desktop Protocol, is a protocol that enables a sysadmin or tech support staff to take control of the end user’s system to help or… more