Hak5 isn't your ordinary tech show. It's hacking in the old-school sense, covering everything from network security, open source and forensics, to DIY modding and the homebrew scene. Damn the warranties, it's time to Trust your Technolust. In this episode, see how to edit Super Mario World levels with Lunar Magic.
First Responder Forensics with Helix/Live View. Editing Super Mario World levels with Lunar Magic. Following logs with Bare Tail. Unicorns, and a lot more.
First Responder Forensics with Helix/Live View:
If you're ever in a position where you have to perform forensic imaging duties on a machine, this segment may be useful to you! The overall goal is to be able to load a forensic .dd image into an environment where you can interact at the user level with it, and perform some initial analysis that may help to paint the overall picture of what happened later on.
Editing Super Mario World levels with Lunar Magic:
It should be noted here that Matt sucks at Mario. Shannon walks us through some of the basics of editing Super Mario World levels with Lunar Magic. The concept it quite simple. Fire up Lunar Magic, open your SMW rom, and play. Save your changed level back to the rom or alternatively save the level out to a MWL file ready (and legal) for distribution. If you'd like to share your Super Mario World levels with us or check out some of the other Hak5'ers levels check out our forum thread on the subject.
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