This is an amalgam of TTP's on different offensive ML attacks encompassing the ML supply chain and adversarial ML attacks.
It is focused heavily on attacks that have code you can use to perform the attacks right away, rather than a database of research papers. (PoC or GTFO type logic). Generally speaking if it is here I have tested it and it works. The intent is to help red teams and offensive practitioners quickly understand what tool in the toolbox to use to attack ML environments.
This is a living vault. It is very much not a finished list of resources. There are pages that are polished, and some that are little more than placeholders with a few bullet points that I jotted down during conferences or on the fly.
The goal is to organize the attacks in a way that is useful to red team operators rather than useful for say, academics trying to understand adversarial ML.
Welcome to SDRx, where you can remotely connect to RTL-SDR devices and stream live, raw I/Q data. Radio stations are tunneled and can be controlled remotely through a distributed server network.
The previous service hosted at SDRx was suspended due to a lack of interest from the community (nobody contacted us to add any receiver in a month). However, we are thinking about a new concept that would suit the interests of the community better, more specifically as a directory or meta-directory service. So stay tuned and come back here in a few weeks! In the meantime, our local SDR receiver is still online.
This is a free online blue box, red box, and silver box. No installation or administrative rights required!
Use the buttons below to play 2600 Hz, SF tones, MF tones, DTMF tones, and coin denomination tones. MF tones can also be played using the keyboard, as well as 2600Hz. Use K for KP, S for ST, and H for 2600 Hz.
An online checker that tells you if your browser's adblocker has been updated to handle Youtube's latest attempt at blocking adblockers.
TorrentEditor.com is the easiest way to edit torrent files online. Add, update, remove or change trackers. Edit creation date, created by and comments. Quickly see what is in a torrent before loading it. No technical skills needed. Fast and easy! No programs to install.
To escape a deluge of generated content, companies are screening your resumes and documents using AI. This website allows you to inject invisible text into your PDF that will make any AI language model think you are the perfect candidate for the job.
When you select a PDF file, the text in the textbox is inserted on the first page of the document. The text is rendered with minimum font size and opacity, so it is invisible to the human eye. However, it is still visible to AI text recognition algorithms.
This is a freely available online course on neuroscience for people with a machine learning background. The aim is to bring together these two fields that have a shared goal in understanding intelligent processes. Rather than pushing for “neuroscience-inspired” ideas in machine learning, the idea is to broaden the conceptions of both fields to incorporate elements of the other in the hope that this will lead to new, creative thinking.
The course is given in person at the Department for Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Imperial College London, and made freely available online (although without the practical classes).
Each week there are a series of videos to watch on YouTube, and a set of exercises available as a Jupyter notebook that can be run locally or via Google Colab. Students at Imperial College can discuss on Teams, and for everyone else there is an open Discord server.
Free, instant translations and transcriptions for video and audio files!
I wrote Trunk Recorder because I was curious about what my local fire station was up to and I put together the original version of OpenMHz because I figured other people might want to listen to the recordings too.
The latest version of this site makes it easy for other people running Trunk Recorder to share their recordings. I am hoping that making it easier to listen to what our local fire, police and EMS have to go through everyday will lead to a greater appreciation for all the work they do, which goes largely unseen.
The audio from each system is archived for 30 days, so you can go back and listen to events you may have missed.
Tells you your IP address and assorted other web browser-related information. Also has a simple, cURL friendly API that supports multiple data formats.
Webmasters can use this tool to prevent their site from appearing in the server logs of referred pages as referrer. The operators of the referred pages cannot see where their visitors come from any more.
One of the more popular custom avatar maker sites in a varity of styles.
Fill out the forms and it'll generate a .plist file for Mac OS X, suitable for autostarting not-desktop stuff. A bit like systemfail, but more annoying because it uses XML. Even gives you commands for installing the file to ~/Library/LaunchAgents/.
An online tool that generates attractive as well as accessible color combinations for websites.
Generate a .vimrc file by checking and unchecking boxes to enable features.
An easy to use graphical builder for .vimrc files. Drag and drop the options you want and it generates the configuration options for you. Copy and paste into your ~/.vimrc file.
A site that lets you compare CPU benchmark stats.
The Federal Virtual Training Environment (FedVTE) provides the following courses free of charge and without login requirements. You must use a modern browser (Edge, Chrome, Firefox) and have cookies enabled to track your progress in these courses.
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