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  1. firewall should be as secure as you make it. you tell it to block ports, it blocks ports. you tell it to open ports, it opens ports. you can get the fanciest most expensive anti-malware/spyware/firewall/cleaners/blockers/stoppers/watchers/notifiers/alerters/updaters/ and backer-uppers. sure some of the mcaffee's and symantec's and kaspersky's and notron's and so on might have a couple of neat features, and hey, who doesnt love the constant fuckin irritating popups and reminders and expiration renewal popups? those are great fun. the point is is that dont trust some scam antivirus suite thatcosts 100 bucks every year to keep you safe from the SCARY INTERWEBS. those fuckin things are likely the biggest and baddest backdoor spyware, intrustion trojan malwares. they dont even have to try, people actually go to them and pay for it and when the app says" DANGER DANGER DANGER out of date please update" millions of people got the credit card ready. sorry for the arcazm im a little buzzed lol. the best thing you can do is watch what your system is doing. know which programs are talking to which ports and what theyre saying and who theyre saying it to. thats why many people love the open source, if youre super paranoid you can look through the code and see what an app or program will do when its installed before you ever even compile it and run it. if theres something that you dont like, yuo can change it. not saying that everyone is going to become overnight coders, but at least start with knowing what is exaclty installed in your system and where. take a peek occasionlly at your background processes and programs and see whats happening.if you want to be really secure you never connect to the internet then the cyber monters kill you. it really depends on what you mean by secure, or safer or more protected also. i mean who really gives a shit if youve got a zombie machine with backdoors that and that lives on a botnet and sends spam all day to your freinds, doesnt google , Microsoft, yahoo, your mobile phone carrier, and just about everything else already do that at the same time people are willingly putting as much personal information about themselves and everyone they know on their social media sites and tweet. i would be pretty pissed if facebook had been around years ago when i was growing up and my parents had uploaded videos pictures and information about birthdays schools i went to my name where i grew up places ive been etc. alot of these facebook kids are going to become adults and mayby not want their whole entitre life avialable online. ok done rranting time for beers
  2. it doesnt matter what version of itunes you use, it doesnt matter how many times you try to update, restore, reset, wipe clean etc etc etc. youre not understanding that this information is not kept on the phone itself. find my iphone/ipad is an optional security feature in ios 7 that enables you to remotely locate the device send the device messages wipe it etc etc, it sounds like that is your issue, that or the customer didnt remove the device from their itunes account, it sounds like youve got linked itunes problem and everytime you try to activate the device it will promt you for the previeous owners itunes login and password. nothing you do to the phone will change this NOTHING, there are a couple of solutions number one yshould be easy for you if you are a retail store that sells iphones you can contact apple with the device information along with the slaes recept info. YOU HAVE TO HAVE SALES INFO or A SALESS RECEIPT. and apple will fix it for you, otherwise you it depends on what you want to do with the device, evais0n7 was released a few weeks ago for ios 7+ devices. if the devices is already activated, which it is probably not after all the restores and resets that you did, then you can use the phone without problems however itunes is going to give you problems. if you try to sync it or use it with that phone. you wont be able to jailbreak it unless its activated if you cant activate it with itunes or otherwise then ideviceactivate should be helpful. as well as the other tools in libimobiledevice suite. basically you wont get anywhere with dfu restores, or custom ipsw's or updates in itunes, could you imagine how fucking retarded tha would be if apple had security feature that you could just wipe with couple of button presses and itunes?
  3. which nexus 7 is this? grouper 2012 edition or the tilapia 2013 edition? the nexus devices are great at otg support, the nexus devices with bcm4330 or bcm4329 wireless chipsets will support monitor mode, injection, etc etc natively. yo ucan use most of he aircrack-ng tools including airodump, besside-ng, aireplay-ng, etc, and you can also use reaver/wash natively. no need to compile and load modules for your external usb wifi adapter or waste extra battery life or have to use external battery power. there are quite a few devices that can do this, the nexus 7, the galaxy s, galaxy s2, samsung nexus, nexus s, htc mytouch 4g (aka glacier) and more. you can use an external usb adapter if youd like but its not as simple as plug and play. you need to compile drivers/modules for your kernel that you can load in a linux chroot, you also need to disable the native wifi adapter before doing this each time otherwise you will likely crash, android does not play well with two wireless adapters active and drivers loaded at the same time. if you want more details on exactly how to get the usb wifi adapter setup and running wifi pen test tools just let me know and ill post a how to. some screen shots from different devices https://app.box.com/s/ic3a4k420dr1wbw9osdz https://app.box.com/s/qdqm1gt4fd5xr05cdsew https://app.box.com/s/2ty3zqr6ir925l70qd92
  4. change the uefi boot mode settings to insecure, enable legacy boot mode, change the boot device priority settings to how you like it. when your computer starts up you should have an option for boot menu or similar, probably will say f12 or f2 this should bring up the legacy bootloader that will show something like "hard drive" "cd/dvdrw" etc etc your kali or whatever other distro that youve burned to the usb drive wont boot as a usb device but as a cd/dvd drive. so choose to boot from cd/dvd drive in the legacy boot menu and it should go right to the kali or whatever distros menu. from there you can choose to install or start it in live mode etc etc. then from there yo ucan gparted or whatever you you like to partition the drive for your kali linux.
  5. besside-ng IS part of the aircrack-ng suite. if your aircrack-ng install doesnt include it then you need to download the source and and compile it with the unstable extras features. this is one tool that i like using on my android devices. less typing in the terminal on the phone. this and reaver. https://app.box.com/s/2nfg9qcco38pvakc37ze https://app.box.com/s/gamlziioy3wovojpoqoz https://app.box.com/s/k4ntnrdtsnxco4djvptx
  6. ok heres one thats simple to use and effective. photorec. its part of the testdisk app you can sudo apt-get install testdisk to install it. and it will recover your deleted pictures. its a nice little easy to use script and has quite plenty of options, that i dont feel like listing here. there are some others that are more intense. like DFF digital forensics framework. for doing file recovery and evidence analysis and research. but for sure for now photorec will do what you want.
  7. just open a terminal while in ubuntu or debian etc and type help. then go from there. for each of the commands it lists you can then type help 'command name' for more details. there's also man pages that will offer a little more information on program args, settings, flags etc etc. you can do this by typing man 'the program name you want to know about' example -- man aircrack-ng or man iw, or you can type man 7 undocumented. there's no shortage of help documentation built right into your distro. you can also try switching back and forth between a tty and your xserver gui desktop session by hitting alt+ctrl+one of the F keys such as alt+ctrl+F1.
  8. why dont you just download it directly from the site.you have to accept the lic agreement before it will let you download. maybe thats part o your issue. i just. http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/jdk7-downloads-1880260.html
  9. *SIGH* what people need to start doing is learning about the version features of the aircrack-ng suite install that they are using, also to STOP USING DEPRECIATED TOOLS AND DRIVERS !! ok so first of all you need to specify the wireless adapter type and driver version that youre using. I can probably already guess its some Alfa card because it seems thats the only thing people know about anymore. im gonna go ahead and guarantee that youre using aircrack-ng suite version 1.1x. and youre likely using iwconfig to manipulate your wireless adapter settings. you first should download and install the most recent aircrack-ng version source http://download.aircrack-ng.org/aircrack-ng-1.2-beta1.tar.gz you need to READ THE EFFING "README" FILES AND THE "INSTALLING" FILES THAT ARE INCLUDED. dont just download and do a quick make && make install. the main thing that you will need to do is to compile it with the "libnl" flag so that it will add support for netlink (nl80211). <--- this is important k. you also need to download and install from source the latest iw version https://www.kernel.org/pub/software/network/iw/ if you get the libnl error when installing iw then you need to sudo apt-get install libnl-dev then you will be able to install iw properly. now im not going into a whole explanation on what this all really means except for, iwconfig is old and iw is the new way to configure your wireless fullmac settings. you will then be able to have better functionality with new devices and drivers and you will have more options when you use tools like airmon-zc NOT ng, airodump-ng, by default airodump-ng hops on 2.4GHz so if you know the frequency you want to scan you can set it in airoduump-ng now or if you know the channel of the 5GHz frequency you can also set that. otherwise like digip said you wont see any 5GHz wireless and so on. people need to start getting used to the newer versions and drivers. we arent setting things like "managed" mode in iwconfig anymore. and we arent another thing is, AIRCRACK does not ever "see" wireless signals. airodump-ng does. and with this newer version you will have added support for setting the band or frequency /channel settings in airodump-ng. its not that the vendors have to update the the "N spec" whatever that means. its that the software and tools we are using have not caught up with the hardware device capabilities. as of right now this all has to be done manually from the source, if you try updating or installing these with your distros package manager or with synaptic or apptitude or whatever you use, it wont give you the latest beta version of aircrack-ng-1.2 beta1 and it wont setup the compile flag options either. thats all im gonna put up for now. if yo uneed more clarification or help just ask. and if you seriosuly want to learn about your wireless devices and how to properly use them start reading here http://wireless.kernel.org/en/users/Documentation http://wireless.kernel.org/en/users/Documentation/iw Start spending some time on that site and understand it. just because these pentest distros have the tools and drivers installed already, does not mean that its setup to properly work 100% on every device and setup. there are some things that you have to change most of the time as well.
  10. i thought you were on a linux system? you mentioned backtrack in an earlier post. widcomm is a windows bluetooth stack.
  11. if you want a tool to scan and log all bluetooth devices and thier infos, just use bluediving. you can set the "Scan and Info" option and it will log all bluetooth devices, the device features, manufacturer, BD Address, lmp version etc. etc. you can set it to loop mode so it will continuously scan for nearby devices. bluediving also has some other useful features as well. ;)
  12. uh... why dont you guys just setup some ipcams.
  13. ok dammit why doesnt anyone ever give details when they ask for help?? you have to give some explanation on what exactly is happening. what youre connecting to, what type of connection this, when the problem started happening, at least can you give the general operating system youre using like is it even a windows box or are you on some linux distro? shit i dont even care if you know which distro at least give me a hint, THROW ME A FUCKING BONE HERE MAN. you cant just come in here and be like "HAI GAIS MAH COMPUTAR R NOT WORKIN LIEK IT SHULD.... U GAIS KAN HALP MEH?????" sorry if im being a dick ive been trying to help people on another forum and irc all day and my noob meter is off the scale.
  14. this questions is asked all the time by tons of people, and i always see the same type of responses. the bottom line is that when youre first begining to learn about the wonderful world of wireless, any of those cards will do. people will always tell you that they love atheros and its the best and blah blah, or that they have luck with this alfa in this distro doing such and such, but they really dont understand what theyre trying to explain to you. just because a device has an atheros chipset doesnt mean much. there are so many different typs of atheros, realtek, ralink, etc etc that it will make your head spin. just because a device says "WIRELESS N BIGGER FASTER STRONGER!!!!" doesnt mean anything. when someone says "oh yeah this devices works out of the box" or "yeah it supports monitor mode and injection and works with reaver on X distro and works on windows too" that doesnt really mean anything. just because a device "works" with reaver or airodump or some other tools doesnt explain much. when you understand the different specific chipsets (atheros comes in many different flavors) and the different drivers (ath, ath5k, ath9k, ath9k_hw, ath6kl....etc etc etc) the different stacks and so on and so on, when you start getting into the real meat of what a device can do and how it can interact with other wireless devices then these specifics might be of some importance to you. basically there isnt "one" superchip card that is the master of them all. you want to have a bunch of different wireless cards because they all have different capabilities in different environments, to achieve different things. Atheros doesnt make "the best" or "the most" stable chipsets. neither does realtek or ralink. next time you plug in a wireless adapter just run a few iw commands for your device something like iw wlan0 info, iw wlan0 commands/features. and justt start reading through that. if you dont know what half of it means then it doesnt matter which wireless card you get. try to get away from the alfa fanboy hype and start getting into understanding your wireless devices first.
  15. using a separate app for different video/webcasts is lame. no one wants an app for twit another for hak5/threat wire another for any audio podcasts and on and on. i'm an android user and i use beyondpod for all my podcasts/video podcasts. the free version alone is insane full of options and settings for all of your feeds. i cant even start to explain them all. it syncs up just fine for all the shows i like. you can choose the video size and format you want for example quicktime large/small or mp4 large/small/HD 30fps etc etc. and you can totally customize he sync, stream, download, etc etc etc options.
  16. you need to be way more specific on what exactly the problem is. what do you mean by "i cant use it"? which version of kali? are you using a usb hub powered/unpowered, or plugging directly to the pi? do you have the proper drivers/modules loaded? lsmod will show you more info on that. basically youre not being very clear on what the issue is.
  17. what type of files are we talking about here?
  18. there are so many programs avail to install linux on to a usb drive from an iso. if you understand what unetbootin is actually doing then you could easily do the same thing from other distros of linux that might not work with unetbootin. so basically to replicate what its doing you need to do a couple of things #1 create a fat32 partition on the USB drive (perferably, the first partition) #2 mount the ISO image so that you can access its contents. #3 copy the contents of the ISO image to the partition you just created. #4 you would use the syslinux utility to make the usb bootable. essentially makes a master boot record-MBR boot sector. thats pretty much it.
  19. lol yeah i totally got that kinda speed.
  20. you missed the whole point that he is restricted to the terminal. unable to use a window manager fr whatever reason.
  21. ok you didnt mention a very important step. you said youre connected the internet via your laptops wireless intrerface and youre connected to the pineapple via the rj45 interface but you never mentioned if you setup the internet connection sharing. youre supposed to share the wireless cards internet conection to the rj45 connection. have you done that?
  22. ok so if you want to format the usb drive to fat32? first plug the usb into the computer run the command df this will list your devices, it will probably be listed something like /devsdb1 or something like that and it will tell you where its mounted something like /media/'whatever the name of the volume is' so with this info you can format using mkfs first yo uneed to unmount the device something like sudo umount /dev/sdb1 now the device should be unmounted and you should be ready to format it to fat32 sudo mkfs.vfat -n 'whatever you want to name the volume' -I /dev/sdb1 it should now be formatted to fat32 now unplug it and plug it back in and run df again to see if it worked. remember that there might show /dev/sdb and /dev/sdb1 one is the drive itself the other is a volume on the drive you can format the drive and or a volume on the drive
  23. what do you mean you ended up in a terminal "for" busybox? busybox is basically a multicall binary like toolbox. its basically like a bunch of utilities in one. which utilites it includes vary greatly. run busybox from the terminal and see which apptlets it has. if you want to use ftp,sftp,ftps then you need to make sure the pineapple is running an ftp server. then from filezilla or from nautilus filebrowser you can add the login docs to connect to the pineapple
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