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  2. PartyLineLimo Inc

    Long Island Party Bus

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  3. Hello everyone, I'm trying to produce a Ducky script for Mac, but i cannot produce the @ sign. I'm on a Danish Macbook and the key combination to produce the @ sign is: RIGHT_ALT + * In the dk.properties file but I tried typing ASCII_41 = KEY_ASTERISK MODIFIERKEY_RIGHT_ALT When i try to encode with java -jar ../USB-Rubber-Ducky/Encoder/encoder.jar -i mac_root.txt -o inject.bin -l ../USB-Rubber-Ducky/Encoder/resources/dk.properties I get error: Key not found:KEY_ASTERISK MODIFIERKEY_RIGHT_ALT Hope someone can help! And thanks for all the great tools hak5
  4. Today
  5. r3plic4tor

    Is it right to start as a script kitty?

    We have short memories and sometimes forget how we started out! Experimenting is the best curve ball for learning, even though they can be annoying!
  6. r3plic4tor

    Types of Hackers?

    Too understand what the bad guys are doing, we need to perform the same techniques, and in turn, inform the security world of what took place! To catch a fish, you need to think like a fish. 🐟 Its all about the hack as others have stated, but is it a hack for good, or for evil? That depends on the mindset of the attacker!
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  8. Dave-ee Jones

    In-browser CLI for remote access

    Yeaaaaaa, but I can't be bothered modifying that to suit my needs - 1. it seems to be setup over a large amount of files 2. it has a few dependencies not already met and 3. it runs its own service whereas I would just like a CLI that makes use of either the PHP function shell_exec (non-SSH - direct to server) or an SSH client that runs in-browser.
  9. Exmix

    SSH Web Terminal Client Module

    Well after @Dave-ee Jones had asked about something like this, this got me wondering how has this been going and if it's still in development or is it dead?
  10. Exmix

    In-browser CLI for remote access

    This was the thread it was in but haven't checked in on it a loooong time.(Doing it now but providing you a link as well 🙂 ) https://forums.hak5.org/topic/41353-ssh-web-terminal-client-module/
  11. Dave-ee Jones

    dual band radio recommendation

    The AWUS036ACH was meant to be able to do that - but I won't say it does it well (I won't say it does it at all, either). The AWUS051NH is dual-band and that's supposed to work with Kali. I haven't tested it though.
  12. Dave-ee Jones

    Types of Hackers?

    How can you change the meaning of a word that's been derived from 2 words explaining exactly what it does? Hacker comes from "hack" which means "gain unauthorized access to data in a system or computer." The "er" in the word explaining what is doing the hacking (the person or object that's been called a "hacker"). Unfortunately, Barry, that's how words work. Gaining unauthorised access legally is quite difficult, and most often times ends in court.
  13. barry99705

    Types of Hackers?

    Uhh, what?? That's being a criminal, not being a hacker, there's a difference!
  14. Hey guys, I'm looking into buying a dual band radio. I know that 5ghz radio will not work on the Nano however, I'd like to use this radio for both the nano and Kali. So what I'm looking for is a radio that I could use for pentesting in 2.4 & 5 ghz. Any suggestions? Thanks
  15. Dave-ee Jones

    In-browser CLI for remote access

    I remember seeing the name, I'll look into it a bit more. It looks like a whole page thing but I should be able to just wrap it in a <div> on my page. Hopefully.
  16. Dave-ee Jones

    Is it right to start as a script kitty?

    That said, I know a lot of people - including me - don't appreciate script kiddies. At all. 99% of the time they're just trying to be annoying with cute little scripts thinking it's funny.
  17. Dave-ee Jones

    Types of Hackers?

    Hacker means an object (or person) that hacks. So, while the first part of what you said is true, the second part isn't necessarily true because being a hacker means that you hack (exploit bugs and take advantage of weaknesses for the gain of yourself or something else).
  18. Yesterday
  19. ae3erdion

    acceesing network from outside

    Could you point me to some trusted resources where I can learn more about it?
  20. digininja

    acceesing network from outside

    That will probably just be a problem with NAT or open ports. Do some research, it's well documented.
  21. ae3erdion

    acceesing network from outside

    the problem that I have encounter is that when I execute an exploit with metasploit is that when i exploit the target that I know is vulnerable to my exploit and it works on my local network (my machine and target machine share ips in the network) outside the network i cant get metasploit to connect back and open a session
  22. Foxtrot

    Setup url not resolving

    The Pineapple is just about as plug and play as it gets on Linux... Assuming you're not using an ancient kernel, It will enumerate as a USB Ethernet device and automatically grab an IP. Use dmesg and ifconfig to narrow down any issues you might be having with your machine.
  23. digininja

    acceesing network from outside

    There is no difference in exploiting a box based on its location, the difference is in post exploitation as you might not have direct access between the boxes. You can stimulate this locally with virtual machines, no need to use internet based hosts.
  24. ae3erdion

    acceesing network from outside

    Ok, so you are suggesting to create a virtual network outside my network? that will be easy to do. I think I was overthinking it. What I'm trying to accomplish is to learn how I can exploit a network or machine from outside the network.
  25. PoSHMagiC0de

    acceesing network from outside

    Also, if I read correctly you are planning on having a public facing exploitable machine with a VPN tunnel to your internal network? Hmm, I would not do that. You can accomplish a lab like this all internally without facing anything to the public with VMs and a pfsense VM. Pretty much all you are going to be practicing is exploiting a firewalled machine with some services port forwarded that your attacker can see with a VPN to some machine or machines in another subnet firewalled except for VPN.
  26. digininja

    acceesing network from outside

    Not everything can be compromised, unless you've installed a deliberately vulnerable versions of software or deliberately configured them with weaknesses. If you have, then get them off the internet now otherwise someone else will compromise them and you'll lose your box. Why are you wanting to attack something over the internet? What are you trying to achieve with it? Attacking a service is the same regardless of whether it is local or remote and you can very easily build a VM environment to simulate a remote network if you really want to.
  27. Domain0@engineer.com

    Setup url not resolving

    Ive had the same problems with wifipineapple nano, basically a router that it itself cannont connect to the wifi no matter how much configuration you attempt, its a true aggrivation and a real pain to troubleshoot. Oddly enough when I use it in conjuction with my android phone and the app, it functions faine. I cannot stand using android though and that rout is compleatly counterproductive to my purposes. Ive attempted with no success on two linux platforms, Parrot security and straight debian 9 stretch without any success. I need a straight up plug and play device I can use without having to attempt to troubleshoot configuration issues. This is what destroy linux and open source. No continuity. Had I not paid $150 and for expidated delivery which still took over twenlve days to recieve, yeah Im agitated, and so solution is forthcomming...... I require a working platform so I can get some work done.
  28. Scriptkidd98

    Cracking admin cPanel

    Okay, thanks anyway
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