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  1. Hey guys I decided to pop in and give yall an amazing bit of information I found. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Table_of_keyboard_shortcuts That's a complete list of all the keyboard shortcuts for Windows, Mac, KDE, and GNOME. I figured it might come in handy for discovering new possibilities for attacks and such.
  2. Sorry for the delay! I had a fun time last semester @_@;; I'll be writing up the code examples during my free time this semester.
  3. It needs to fit on the side ;p I might change it back if it wins.
  4. Okay guys the times come! Vote on the name and see which one is the community favorite. FYI: Macvolt is a play on Macbeth. It was inspired by the name Mac Voltage that was submitted. VOTING ENDS ON JUNE 30th I'd like to get at least 30 votes to make it a statistically fair poll Thanks to every one that voted! Dead volt, the winning name will be painted on the side of the finished power supply!
  5. One last day people! Start submitting if you want to have your idea sitting on my bench!
  6. I'll get to it after this week! @_@ I'm a high school senior and I've got finals
  7. The Netgear WG111v3 has a Realtek Chipset, specificly the RTL8187b. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx...N82E16833150021 http://www.amazon.com/Netgear-WG111US-Wire...6844&sr=8-1 You can also get it at Wal-mart, Radio shack, and probably Best Buy. I bought this as my first wireless card and I love it. It works perfectly in Backtrack4 for injection and as a general wireless card it's terrific. The only problem with it is that it will overheat and crash doing heavy stuff like Packet injection. This is because Netgear doesn't know how to make a case and all the heat stays in the thing. I suggest scoring the edges of the case so you can remove the shell when you want to do anything heavy. I personally just cut away the case and threw it away since this is hanging on my wall most the time. It might not be the best card out there but for anyone looking for a cheap packet injection card this is the one.
  8. Wattinator Volt Gnasher Amp Nom-er (names were kinda getting in slow)
  9. Hey guys I was working on my bench top power supply conversion when I noticed it was starting to look like a face. A couple hours of dremeling and drilling later I ended up with this. I'd like to have the Hak5 community name this lil beast. (btw the led will be red in the final version) (edited to make the pic an attachment) UPDATE! I'll be accepting names until May 29 after which I post a poll with the best 5 names for you all to vote on :3
  10. !EDITED! Now that I think of implementing a standard isn't quite what I want to mean I'm Suggesting a way to organize your modular ducky. Something like this is what I'm talking about: MULTIPLE OS DUCKY AKA GLOBETROTTER DIP Switches =============== A:B:C:D:E:F:G:H =============== ----------------------------------------------------------------- A : 0=PC, 1=MAC ----------------------------------------------------------------- B : If A is 0 then 0=Windows 1=Linux : If A is 1 then 0=intel 1=PPC ----------------------------------------------------------------- CD : OS version [4 per OS] (Too Long to Write out right now) ----------------------------------------------------------------- EFGH : Payload [16 per OS Version] ----------------------------------------------------------------- DEBUG: Can be added by adding another switch but for applications where the top of the board is accessible, it is not needed ----------------------------------------------------------------- This would only Denote how the ducky would decided what code to run. If you want I'll put up Example code on how this system would work Code wise.
  11. Could we make the teensy look like something else along with a keyboard and mouse? If so we could try to find a USB device with universal drivers that gets info FROM the pc and emulated it.
  12. You don't even need the while statement if this is the only program on the ducky
  13. I've noticed many people suggesting a modular ducky that allows you to select code depending on the binary input from a dip switch. The main problem I can see with this is people designing systems based off of one control scheme and other's trying to make it work with their's. While this isn't that hard of a problem to fix I think it would be best if we go ahead and assign certain switch ranges to certain roles. For example the toggling of the most significant bit in an 8-bit DIP could toggle into the halfbyte loader. OR We could make it where all low bits equals the half byte loader being accessed. These of course are just suggestions and can be ignored if you want. The Standard would be more of a suggestion really in order to provide a safe and happy coding experience for all. +EDIT+ I guess this isn't as of good of an idea as I thought o.o
  14. I'd like to eventually work in the raw C myself, but the addon is pretty good
  15. That's actually set in the bios (I had an old pc that had locked bios with numlock turned off by default and it drove me crazy) but most bios have it on by default so I guess that might work.
  16. could you pass the serial info from the inputs on the teensy to the usbport? If so you might beable to log the actual data stream and then write a program to interpret it.
  17. I would also like to say thank you picking me for a kit, and for featuring my post on the show.
  18. only thing I think the ducky can get back is the num/scroll/cap lock lights
  19. look at the screen :P software wise I don't think you can talk back to the ducky
  20. the really meat is probably under the black spot
  21. you could set it to remember serial numbers so that you can set "trusted" devices
  22. I've suggested in another thread to solder the hid teensy and a thumbdrive to a small hub inside the ducky. this way the pc sees both. you actually could maybe use another teensy as a hub so you can set device names and depending on the payload type you can choose which thumbdrive to passthrough. You can see where I'm going here.
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