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  1. There might already be some man-in-the-middle tools that provide this types of technique. To do this yourself will take research, it's not that hard to accomplish but also not that simple to explain. The quickest suggestion I have is with a ettercap filter. What I have done in the past with a ettercap filter, replace a html lstring like </TITTLE> with your payload </TITTLE><iframe SRC=rat.exe> do research on ettercap. Learn what works and does not work.
  2. if your learning python. don't use bash or pipes to grep your information. Get the information you need with python. System('Iw dev'){ |input,output,thread| write.input('type yes to save') print(output) Print thread.pid.info If thread.poop then thread.kill.pid End } This code is generic. check if python has a lib popen3. Write to stdin, read stdout, get pid and thread information. Use python to get the information you need.
  3. I would use 'iw dev' (i think)all of the linux wireless networking software is a wrapper of `iw` iw dev |grep -i grep interface. System('iw dev'){ |line| if line include?('interface') puts line.split[1] #=> wlan End End Just a ruby snip. what if you have multiple wireless interfaces. I would assume you don't want the one associated with a access point. So further system variable checks would need to be made... I'm unsure of your plan. Automatic wifi attacks?
  4. python permutation might be faster. Here is how i do it in ruby [0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9].permutation{|x| f.puts(x.join)} Edit this one produces the correct results. [0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9].repeated_permutation(6){|x| puts x.join} http://rubyfiddle.com/riddles/69c8c Test the code with the link I was looking at cuda libs for ruby to see if things can run quicker. You should check python for cuda libs.
  5. Crunch. ./crunch 10 10 -t 206%%%%%%% -o /root/206.txt 206 Seattle Washington phone number area code. Personal phone numbers and 1800-provider numbers are commonly used. edit.. I didn't read the entire post.typically pipe the results to pyrite or hashcat instead of generating a file.
  6. I was recording my network during the time of the mass alert text message. What I found is my current gps location, contacts list and phone operating system version and other device information was sent to a server with insecure plain text protocol. This was a proof of concept alert(hello world) test. Direct code injection on a mass scale. Ill post my findings on github.
  7. i8igmac

    WRT Front-end Design

    Here is what I completed today. I do all my coding from my android phone to a remote server from when I'm sitting in 2hours of traffic to and from work. (The remote server is my debian router) Syntax highlighting... its almost sublime text in the browser and android friendly. Sit down at any web browser or phone and start working on your project. I have a slick looking file tree already to go. This will speed up productivity and eliminate the everyday struggles I experience with only having a phone in my pocket... cheers...
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    WRT Front-end Design

    Ill give you some props here. I also have been working on a router Front end. debian based router. Rails server and bootstrap styles. this page shows a live stream of my current wifi signal strength in real time. I plan to add basic wifi tools for network management and then exploit tools. Live data stream from console applications is the proof of concept seen in the picture. this is a basic template I made I can now duplicate for other tasks like running reaver for example and see the live data stream at the front end.
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    So I pissed off the feds ...

    This user is a drive by poster... CONTENT COUNT 1 1 JOINED September 13 September 13 LAST VISITED September 13 September 13
  10. im looking for a web browser ide that i could run from my current rails app that will provide a sublime-text style interface. currently my solution involves coding this myself ? this is turning into a time consuming project before i even get to start my actual project. i hope to find suggestions that work out of the box for my rubyonrails/linux server. it wont be a hard thing to do for a very basic file editor, but trying to incorporate all the basic needs and features like undo, file backup create new files, or session management. god the list could go on for days. so far i have 2 plug-ins that will do the majority of the work. jquery.treeView and Ace-Code-editor... both of these would provide the basic look i need for a sublime-text environment ... but im struggling to implement treeView with rails... any tips suggestions or ruby on rails fans have input. i appreciate your help.
  11. I have notice this a few years ago when I made a pi mana mobile box. ( not the frame in wire shark but the lack of connectivity ) during the testing around my house I notice the samsung s5 and other Old android devices would connect but anything newer didn't. I drove around expecting hundreds of connections but not the case. People replace phones rather quickly these days and automatic updates are becoming more frequent.
  12. Is this for a monero miner
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    building 2 gaming / cracking rigs... SLI or no SLI...

    Evga Gtx 1070 ti sc ($370) I see online hashcat wpa/wpa2 almost 300,000 hash/s I made up my mind... I'm getting 2 of these for sure, maybe 3... I have this budget build at $630 x 2 I'm confident they will perform like top of the line rigs. EVGA GeForce GTX 1070 SC GAMING ACX 3.0 Black Edition, 8GB GDDR5, LED, DX12 OSD Support (PXOC) 08G-P4-5173-KR
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    building 2 gaming / cracking rigs... SLI or no SLI...

    Here is a bench mark list i reorganized based on speed... original list from 2017. https://tutorials.technology/blog/08-Hashcat-GPU-benchmarking-table-Nvidia-and-amd.html Radeon HD 4350 #1900 hash/s Radeon HD 4550 #2000 hash/s Radeon HD 4650 #8800 hash/s Radeon HD 4670 #10000 hash/s GeForce GTS 250: #10000 hash/s GeForce GTX 260: #10100 hash/s Radeon HD 5550 #10200 hash/s GeForce GTX 275: #11400 hash/s Radeon R7 240 #12000 hash/s GeForce GTX 285: #13200 hash/s GeForce GTX 550 Ti: #13400 hash/s GeForce GTX 280: #14300 hash/s Radeon HD 5570 #15100 hash/s Radeon HD 4830 #15600 hash/s GeForce GTX 460: #17600 hash/s Radeon HD 5670 #18000 hash/s Radeon HD 6570 #18100 hash/s Radeon HD 4860 #19000 hash/s Radeon HD 4730 #20400 hash/s Radeon HD 4770 #20400 hash/s GeForce GTX 465: #21000 hash/s Radeon HD 4850 #21300 hash/s GeForce GTX 670: #23700 hash/s GeForce GTX 560 Ti: #24500 hash/s Radeon HD 7750 #24700 hash/s GeForce GTX 295: #25400 hash/s Radeon HD 4870 #25500 hash/s GeForce GTX 470: #26800 hash/s Radeon HD 4890 #28900 hash/s GeForce GTX 680: #29000 hash/s Radeon HD 5750 #29200 hash/s GeForce GTX 480: #33100 hash/s GeForce GTX 570: #34609 hash/s Radeon HD 7770 #38700 hash/s GeForce GTX 580: #38900 hash/s GeForce GTX 760 #39000 hash/s Radeon HD 5770 #39500 hash/s GeForce GTX 750 #42000 hash/s Radeon HD 6850 #43200 hash/s Radeon HD 5830 #52000 hash/s GeForce GTX 770 #52000 hash/s Tesla S1070 400: #53100 hash/s Radeon HD 7850 #53300 hash/s GeForce GTX 690: #54300 hash/s GeForce GTX 750 Ti #55000 hash/s Radeon R7 260x OC #56000 hash/s GeForce GTX 750 Ti oc #56000 hash/s Radeon HD 6930 #57100 hash/s Radeon HD 6870 #58500 hash/s Tesla S1070 500: #59000 hash/s Radeon HD 5850 #60600 hash/s GeForce GTX 750 Ti sc #61000 hash/s GeForce GTX 590: #61200 hash/s Radeon HD 6950 #68100 hash/s Radeon R9 270 #70000 hash/s Radeon R9 270X #77000 hash/s GeForce GTX 780 #77000 hash/s Radeon HD 7870 #77400 hash/s Radeon HD 5870 #79000 hash/s Radeon HD 6970 #81800 hash/s GeForce GTX titan #88000 hash/s Radeon HD 7950 #90700 hash/s GeForce GTX 780 Ti #100000 hash/s Radeon R9 280 #101000 hash/s Radeon R9 280X #105000 hash/s GeForce GTX titan black #105000 hash/s Radeon HD 7970 #114600 hash/s GeForce GTX 960 #115000 hash/s Radeon HD 5970 #134000 hash/s Radeon R9 380X #145000 hash/s Radeon R9 290 #147000 hash/s GeForce GTX 970 #150000 hash/s Radeon HD 6990 #154300 hash/s Radeon R9 290X #163000 hash/s Radeon RX 480 #185000 hash/s GeForce GTX titan Z #188000 hash/s Radeon R9 390X #200000 hash/s GeForce GTX 980 #200000 hash/s Radeon RX 580 #224000 hash/s GeForce GTX 980 Ti #240000 hash/s GeForce GTX titan X #279000 hash/s GeForce GTX 1070 #285000 hash/s Radeon R9 295 x2 #347000 hash/s Nvidia GTX 1080 #396800 hash/s GeForce GTX titan XP #520000 hash/s Nvidia GTX 1080Ti #576000 hash/s
  15. so, i talked my wife into letting me spend a bunch of money on building 2 gaming machines for our 2 sons ? i plan to setup a gaming room. but also these machines will be used for hashcat cracking ? the gpu i believe is estimated on the hashcat site at around 120,000 hash/s... at a cast of about $170 each... i already have 2 gaming rigs, somewhat out of date but still excellent performers. including my old machines, i estimate ill get around 300,000 hash/s with current shopping-list... maybe ill sneak into the budget a new Gpu for my own Desktop rig... comments suggestions, tips on hashcat gpu's... suggestions on bang for the buck... i might revise the shopping-cart and lower the cost of cpu/motherboard/ram and free up more cash for a better performer Gpu. maybe ill budget $100 on cpu...$40 on ram...$60 on motherboard... this could free up quit a bit for a higher end gpu. i could bump up the budget per PC/gpu from $168 to $275 i could go side by side SLI configuration with a budget per card of $140 x 4 or so... Sli or no Sli? Shit i could even build one monster machine and make it a multi monitor Virtual gaming machine. my amazon shopping cart sits right here... Gpu $168 Gigabyte Geforce GTX 1050 Ti OC 4GB GDDR5 128 Bit PCI-E Graphic Card (GV-N105TOC-4GD) Cpu $149 AMD Ryzen 5 1600 Processor with Wraith Spire Cooler (YD1600BBAEBOX) motherboard $89 MSI Gaming AMD Ryzen B350 DDR4 VR Ready HDMI USB 3 CFX ATX Motherboard (B350 TOMAHAWK) ram $79 Ballistix Sport LT 8GB Kit (4GBx2) DDR4 2666 MT/s (PC4-21300) SR x8 DIMM 288-Pin - BLS2K4G4D26BFSE (Red) power supply $59 EVGA 550 B3, 80+ BRONZE 550W, Fully Modular, EVGA ECO Mode, 5 Year Warranty, Compact 150mm Size, Power Supply 220-B3-0550-V1 case $34 Rosewill ATX Mid Tower Gaming Computer Case, Gaming Case with Blue LED for Desktop/PC and 3 Case Fans Pre-Installed, Front I/O Access Ports (CHALLENGER S) ssd $26 Silicon Power 120GB SSD 3D NAND S55 TLC 7mm (0.28") Internal Solid State Drive (SP120GBSS3S55S25AE) Total $610 x 2 = $1220 Gigabyte Geforce GTX 1050 Ti OC 4GB GDDR5 128 Bit PCI-E Graphic Card (GV-N105TOC-4GD) AMD Ryzen 5 1600 Processor with Wraith Spire Cooler (YD1600BBAEBOX) MSI Gaming AMD Ryzen B350 DDR4 VR Ready HDMI USB 3 CFX ATX Motherboard (B350 TOMAHAWK) Ballistix Sport LT 8GB Kit (4GBx2) DDR4 2666 MT/s (PC4-21300) SR x8 DIMM 288-Pin - BLS2K4G4D26BFSE (Red) EVGA 550 B3, 80+ BRONZE 550W, Fully Modular, EVGA ECO Mode, 5 Year Warranty, Compact 150mm Size, Power Supply 220-B3-0550-V1 Silicon Power 120GB SSD 3D NAND S55 TLC 7mm (0.28") Internal Solid State Drive (SP120GBSS3S55S25AE) Rosewill ATX Mid Tower Gaming Computer Case, Gaming Case with Blue LED for Desktop/PC and 3 Case Fans Pre-Installed, Front I/O Access Ports (CHALLENGER S)
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