Handheld Computing
Last Updated: 7/6/2013 11:16:36 PM

Visit our newest sister site!
Hundreds of free aircraft flight manuals
Civilian • Historical • Military • Declassified • FREE!

QC 10-04-04
1663 bytes. by Secret Ivan (2001)
Bypassing the Palm Desktop password
Other Platforms  
1607 bytes. by J. Austad (2000)
Handspring Visor Network HotSync no password authentication!
Advisory   Other Platforms  
892 bytes. (2002)
Handspring Visor/PalmOS 3.5h subject to DoS
Denial of Service   Exploit   Other Platforms  
3060 bytes. by W. Pawlowski (2000)
J-Pilot for Linux exposes PalmOS device data
Advisory   Linux   Other Platforms  
5982 bytes. (2003)
Nokia IPSO Script Injection Vulnerability leads to Passive Remote Root, via Network Voyager
Other Platforms  
670 bytes. (2003)
Other Platforms  
3054 bytes. by A. Jenik (1999)
Palm HotSync DoS
Advisory   Denial of Service   Other Platforms  
9859 bytes. by Latigo (2000)
Palm Reversing - A Live Approach
Software Hacking   Other Platforms  
7343 bytes. by Latigo (2000)
Palm Reversing Tutorial I
Software Hacking   Tutorial   Other Platforms  
1353 bytes. by P. Breim (2001)
Palm TinySheet app imports supposedly password protected files
Other Platforms  
9028 bytes. by Kingpin, Dildog (2000)
PalmOS CRYPTOAdmin 4.1 server with CRYPTOCard PT-1 token 1.04 - get PIN
Advisory   Cryptography   Other Platforms  
3520 bytes. (2003)
PalmOS ICMP flood DoS.
Other Platforms  
2033 bytes. (2003)
PalmOS Memo Record Hiding Vulnerability.
Other Platforms  
5730 bytes. by T. Roessler (2001)
PalmOS Strip - creates very limited, easily brutable passwords
Advisory   Password Hacking   Other Platforms  
17269 bytes. by Kingpin (2000)
PalmOS weak password encoding
Other Platforms  
1644 bytes. (2003)
PalmVNC 1.40 Insecure Records
Other Platforms  
722735 bytes. (2002)
Reverse Engineering Palm Pilot Software
Other Platforms  
6634 bytes. (2000)
Secure Computing e.ID Authenticator for PalmOS PIN exposure
Other Platforms  
213649 bytes. by Kingpin & Mudge (2001)
Security Analysis of the Palm Operating System [Kingpin & Mudge]
Essay   Other Platforms  
1816 bytes. (2003)
Sharp Zaurus SL-5500 upgrade ROM v3.1 - serious Samba issue
Advisory   Linux  
25994 bytes. (2000)
SysTrap (with trap number) List CRL:
Other Platforms  
2341 bytes. (2001)
XIRCOM REX6000 PDA password revealed
Exploit   Other Platforms  
38416 bytes. (2001)
CryptoHack v1.0 for PalmOS
Cryptography   Other Platforms  
CryptoHack is a HackMaster extension, which encrypts the databases from any application. The user chooses a password and the application that he wants to keep safe, and immediately, CryptoHack encrypts the database. When the application runs, CryptoHack requires the password. If it's valid, CryptoHack decrypts the database, and the user gains access to it. Then, when the program shuts down, the database is encrypted again. In the case that the device shuts down while the protected application is being used, CryptoHack will encrypt the database and let the program shut down normally. The password will be keep in the system only during the processes of encryption and decryption.

lol, wtf?
1 Whoa, bro... Access denied for user 'root'@'localhost' (using password: NO)

The bar is open!

The new 10,000 drink recipe archive has arrived!

It's back! TUCoPS Text Archive

System Security - General Information - Countersecurity Techniques - Password Security - Internet - Broken Security Apps - Browsers - Web - Web Servers - Apache - IIS - Sites - Web Apps - CMS, Portals - e-Commerce - Blogs - Wiki - Guestbooks - Adminware - PHP - Web Forums - Popular Web Forums - Networks - Wireless - Unix - HP/UX - SGI - BSD - SCO - SunOS/Solaris - Unix-like Platforms - Cisco - Oracle - VMWare - Citrix - Network Appliances - Macintosh - Apple(multi) - HP(multi) - IBM(multi) - Microsoft(multi) - Handhelds - Games - Linux - Linux Apps A-M - Linux Apps N-Z - Red Hat/Fedora - Slackware - Debian - Mandriva/Mandrake - Gentoo - SuSE - Conectiva - Trustix - Ubuntu - Retro Linux - Antique Systems - Dialup BBSes Windows Windows Apps Windows Network Vulns
Telecom Security - General Telecom Security - Phreak Boxes - Major Cellular Brands - Other Cellular Brands - Cellular Misc. - Number Lists - Caller ID - Public Phones - Voice Mail - Asterisk - Technical System Info
/etc - Hardware Hacks - Crypto - Malware - PC Hacks - Radio Hacks - Television Hacks - Scams - Physical Security - Espionage - Privacy - Wetware Hacks - Hacker Counterculture - The Law - Totally Miscellaneous

Hardware 99
Are you working with older hardware like us? If you're using the same equipment we are, you probably need service information complete with vacuum tube pinouts and daily coal requirements. This archive isn't quite that old but it is a definite help to anyone who has a PC that is not brand-new anymore. And it's free!

It's Back!
PC Game Sniper 2007
Thousands of cheats, hints, hacks and walkthroughs for PC Games!

Our parent site, THC BBS, has returned and brought a huge new text archive with it, containing over 61,000 recipes! And like everything at the AOH complex, it's free!

Security and Computing Freedom Archives

InfoSec News 2005
InfoSec News 2006
InfoSec News 2007
InfoSec News 2008
InfoSec News 2009

InfoSec News 2010

PoliTech 2005
PoliTech 2006
PoliTech 2007
PoliTech 2008
PoliTech 2009

Over 4,000 default passwords
Updated Oct.02,2011

Bored? Play some Games!

Text files by
The Fixer, El Oscuro
AOH Staff
and AOH Contributors
Phone Sounds
More Phone Sounds
The Fixer's Phreak Box Review
Box Review Handy Index!
Orange Boxing FAQ
Beating Caller ID FAQ
S.O.B. Orange Box
(NEW Version 1.94 2009)

More Caller ID Info
Phrack, Inc.!
Latest (final???) Issue: #63

Updated Nov.26/2006
More Payphone Info

Click here to get it!

It's Back! Check it out now!
New Site: Things I Shot!
Put your cell cam to good use!

The Web Page You Have Reached is now...
This is a Recording (formerly The Web Page You Have Reached)
And you thought we had a lot of telephone sounds!

Rancho Nevada - the biggest, baddest, best BBS game ever written!

easter egg #71

Site design & layout copyright © 1986-2015 THC