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  1. Factory Reset / "Unbricking" In the extreme case that a LAN Turtle has become permenantly inaccessible or inoperative, there is a quick method for recovery using a special web interface. Download the latest factory image from Carefully open the LAN Turtle case by removing the two screws underneath the sticker on the bottom While holding the button on the bottom of the LAN Turtle, plug the device into a computer After 3 seconds let go of the button and wait an additional 30 seconds to receive an IP address from the LAN Turtle If you do not receive an IP address in the 192.168.x range from the LAN Turtle within a minute, statically assign the LAN Turtle's interface to (netmask Browse to the LAN Turtle firmware recovery web interface at Follow the on screen prompts to upload and flash the factory image downloaded in step 1 When the flash is complete the LAN Turtle will reboot and will be accessible again from with the default username root and password sh3llz
  2. These guys can help you.
  3. I'll play, Project Fi, 3Gb data unlimited everything else, average about $45 a month.
  4. sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install openvas Just spooled up a new vm, works here. If that doesn't work, show us your /etc/apt/sources.list Sometimes they get borked with dist-upgrades.
  5. Stop being a script kiddy and do some reasearch on your own.
  6. For this answer, you'd probably have to email pki's support. This is waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay out of scope for this forum.
  7. Umm, no. They would basically be a 2.4ghz jammer, which isn't legal. Just use the devices listed.
  8. That is one of the smartest things I've seen on the internet today. Go get this book, should point you in the right direction.
  9. Using a Pi for password cracking will be about as useful as using an abacus for password cracking.
  10. That's illegal, we don't do that here.
  11. It's a ham radio term. The "fox" is your target. The "hounds" are your radios. It's also the same way we find radio tagged animals in the wild. You have your listening device with a directional antenna. Tune it to the target frequency, and start pointing it till the signal get strongest. Note the direction on your map(draw a line). Move to a location not towards your target and find it again, note the direction('nother line). Where the two lines cross, is close to your target. Go to that spot and start over. I've done the same thing to find rogue access points using a sharp zaurus and a modified compact flash wireless card.
  12. Looks like it's just standard fox and hound signal locating.
  13. Because even if it doesn't work, he'll learn something, and still have a pretty kick ass hexacopter.
  14. New radio firmware. Doesn't your carrier allow calls over wifi?
  15. So now it's two guys who don't know what they're talking about making generalized "I think it does this" statements. Great.