Subliminal Hacking
The Art and Science of Social Engineering


July 13, 2013

Parvum S1.0 … Cracking Passwords In Style

Marty McFly: Wait a minute, Doc. Ah… Are you telling me that you built a time machine… out of a DeLorean?
Dr. Emmett Brown: The way I see it, if you’re gonna build a time machine into a car, why not do it with some style?

I do love the Back To The Future movies (except the 3rd one which sucks), and the line above got me thinking a few weeks ago about my little password cracking setup I have sat at home. My thinking was, that crappy case from 8 years ago really has seen better days, and if you are going to do a little password cracking you might as well do it in style 🙂

Now this isnt about power, this isnt some sort of mega GPU rig, but it is about putting something together that looks a little funky. This week I had a little down time in the evenings so finally got around to transporting my CPU, Memory and GPU onto a Micro ATX mobo and a new sexy case. This case is the Parvum S1.0, its an acrylic made case by a couple of guys on a farm in the UK, so whats not to love 😀

So here are the pics of the little beast, ready and willing to crack some nuts (passwords), and kinda to my surprise the cooling is really awesome, which is even more surprising when the UK hit 30 degrees C today 😐

Parvum is Alive
Of course it has LED'sParvum S1.0
Hope you like the case, this is just a pointless style posting …

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    About the Author

    Dale Pearson
    has worked in IT since 1998, Infosec since 2004, and studied and performed hypnosis, mentalism etc since 2009. Dale is a full time Red Teamer with a love of social engineering and qualified hypnotherapist. He spends a great deal of time researching the various skills and techniques that make up the art and science of Social Engineering.


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