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    I think it's time you start taking dumps to see where it's getting held up. I only work with AWS/GCP so my expertise ends here. Sorry!
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    Hey Shanimal, So Google Cloud Platform (GCP) uses two sets of firewalls by default. The VM's firewall, and the Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) firewall. In order to host Cloud C2 you will need to adjust your VPC firewalls rules through the VPC > Firewall tool. You should have something set like this below... You will create a network tag to apply to the VM of your choosing. Add/Remove ports as needed. If you want some hands on assistance just send me a message.
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    Every device has it's own section in the forums. You mentioned Rubber Ducky. https://forums.hak5.org/forum/56-usb-rubber-ducky/
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    It should, yes. Just have to make sure you don't go crazy and pull too much power.
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    You may also wish to simply upgrade to firmware version 1.3 which includes a nifty QUACKFILE or QFILE command from which you can specify a file containing raw Ducky Script which will be interpreted without bash – so no need for special escape characters. In fact, the original USB Rubber Ducky payload may just run out of the box. See: root@croc:~# cat /root/udisk/duckyscript.txt STRING $pecial chara%ters don't m@tter here!! root@croc:~# QUACKFILE /root/udisk/duckyscript.txt More on firmware 1.3: More on QUACKFILE: https://docs.hak5.org/hc/en-us/articles/360047380954-Payload-Development-Basics Tip: Don't store the duckyscript.txt in udisk/payloads/ else the framework will try to treat the text file as a regular Key Croc payload.
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    Tested the fix on Mac pro Catalina 10.15.3 and the fix works flawlessly.
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    This has now been addressed in firmware 1.3 – see the post at
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    This would require a microcontroller if you plan on protecting it from system wipes. You would basically need a stand alone low jack. The next issue you will face is interfacing the built in WiFi adapter to the system for sending data. There are some things out there similar to this but are something usually the manufacture has be installed/setup that the owner activates.
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    Hello, I'm not sure if this is the problem, but I do know that my shark jack does take a moment to boot up. Try this: plug the SharkJack into your computer, and set for arming mode. Then, wait 1 minute (As in 60 seconds) or so for the SJ to fully boot before trying to connect. Before the SharkJack has fully booted, you won’t actually have an IP address, since the DHCP server hasn’t started, etc.
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    After upgrading Pineapple Nano to version 2.7.0. SD card - SanDisk Ultra 64GB microSDXC is not mounted automatically. I can format the SD card using the GUI and it is visible, but I cannot install modules on it. Can I count on help in this matter?
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    Oh, and actually mine is doing the same thing.
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    Wow, that's funny. I got the same email. My Tetra keeps refusing to start PineAP, and I have to keep resetting it to get it to work.
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    HackRF v 1.4 - Installed > Dependencies NOT Installing, Stuck Loading (tried to allow install for 10 minutes)
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