Recently, my wife and I attended the Revolution 3 tour with Stone Temple Pilots, Bush, and The Cult.
During Bush’s set, we heard “This is War” from the deluxe edition of 2017’s Black and White Rainbows album. While the verses of the song featured typical war imagery (aircraft, soldiers, etc.), the chorus presented screenshots of various computer security tools and command prompts.
The images appeared in rapid fire succession on the screen and were almost impossible to make out, but thanks to burst mode on my camera, I was able to capture a number of images during the second chorus.
This was one of the more interesting video displays I’ve seen at a concert, so I felt I should share it here.
Included in the images below you’ll see output from Linux, Windows, and macOS along with tools such as ProxBrute and Wireshark. I’ve included potential sources where I could quickly find them.
Description: Windows command line showing output from getprotobyname API calls.
Description: Output from the top command (showing process details).
Description: Uptime for various systems.
Description: Output from ProxBrute.
Description: Output from ping (testing network connectivity).
Description: Contents of the grub menu.lst file.
Description: Public Key stored in a file.
Description: Packet Capture output in Wireshark.
Description: Python error output
Description: FreeBSD Install Screen
Description: OS/400 Main Menu
Description: rsync man page
Description: gconf configuration screen for KGDB
Description: //C++ FTW!
Description: Mac OS X command line
*** This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog from The State of Security authored by Tyler Reguly. Read the original post at: https://www.tripwire.com/state-of-security/off-topic/interesting-screenshots-revolution-3-tour/