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  1. I'm running hostapd, dnsmasq, iptable rules and ip forwarding. been running for years with out any issues. I shut down all networking services. WPA_supplicant networking network-manager I assume this is running on a computer or labtop? this error with the adapter, when it happens check dmesg to see what other errors are reported. could check for firmware updates. I would start off with a basic config. see if you can get a open wifi hotspot to work properly. then you can incorporate encryption and performance options. (from a glance your config looks fine) you mention nothing about dnsmasq or iptable. I can post my full configuration. possibly tonight. there are other config files involved, your not giving enough information. my guess is the client can't establish a ip with the host. so a dnsmasq config is needed with also running ifconfig <DEVICE> up
  2. it was pre installed on backtrack 3 if I remember. see how much information you can gather... read and watch tutorials
  3. I think the tool is called metagoofil. its a advanced search google gui that will scrape information together in a nice organized way. install it on kali. test it out
  4. Ill suggest trying burp suit, connect your browser to burps proxy and accept the agent. If your trying to sidejack traffic. It seems doable. at some point you should be able to make the system think you are already a authenticated machine. burp will give you the best control and view of each header and the ability to modify the header. A controlled test environment.
  5. I doubt its a driver issue with kali. Its fully loaded with wifi adapter firmware. But I guess upgrade for fun. maybe a virtual box driver issue, check for updates. My opinion, a bootable kali usb or dual boot with internal ssd. Try other wifi adapters. Install kali. Change to gnome-shell and its a slick operating system... Or I run linux mint19 on all my machines and I just install all thools I want from kali
  6. https://youtu.be/qwZsCRcUsFA
  7. Lol I like him. cpanel suports basic Authentication on its login page. I forget what port it is. 2082 maybe. there are default firewall rules. You will need a socks5 proxylist. If you alternate each ip addressys between each login attempt, you can slide past the firewall. Proxychains wget http:/sitedomain:2082/ --USER=admin --PASSWORD=passw0rd1 proxychains can be configured to alternate socks5 proxies. I installed cpanle in a vm and tested the default firewall rules. If your serious, install the OS in a vm and build a brute force tool. Study the systems default firewall rules. And document what you find or the tools you build. You can even brute force usenames. the server will respond with user exist or not. The most fun I had on my laptop was doing what was said above. Building tools and watching them work with successful results at the maximum speed capable. Ill post a video soon. Um. I already have a cpan video. Let me find it.
  8. After recently discovering the admin of the wifi I've acquired have changed the default gateway password. I typically hosts my web servers from my personal machines. if I can't find a free. Web hosting service that supports ruby on rails, then ill have to acquire machines that are currently apart of the bot net with root access and port forwarding capabilities that with some pipes ill be forced to demon eyes a bunch of reverse TCP proxies. rofl. Um any hosting suggestions.
  9. Mdk3 has good deauth attacks.
  10. Learn a few registry keys and othere methods to start a program at startup. Knowing thses locAtions you can effectively remove infections on othere people's computer.
  11. I have just created a custom linux mint 19 iso that boots directly to ram. I stripped down as much space as I kbow possible. I'm sure more is achievable. The download of this iso at the moment is about 1.9 gigs. running gnome shell3 I tested freecad and ran some benchmarks. This system at a fresh boot will idle just under 2 gigs and with swap space of 10gigs of a 32gig sd card I don't see why this machine wont run anything you throw at it with a Snappy response. the system takes 2 minutes to boot up on my asus (c302c) 4 core and 4 gigs of ram. Once booted I can unplug the bootable usb device. I plan to document the process of creating the iso and adding tools, apps and software to suite my needs. ill make a few gaming iso's for cs1.6 and maybe warcraft III. I look forward to discussing more tweaks on performance and freeing up space to make the iso smaller. Also with the use of swap files and swap space I think there is a lot that could be done to make this outperform any os. There is also hopes to find some advanced grub users that may help configure a chromebook to boot from sd card.
  12. With cruton have you got any of tge linux to run? I tested a few. But I don't like the lack of performance...
  13. Dude. I have been working on my chromebook flip c302c... its so sexy... have you tried a bootable usb? I don't want to loose the chrome os. I'm trying to get this thing to boot from a 32 gig sd card. (This is a challenge) Gnome3 is a sexy tablet style window manager. My end goal is to run daily mint19 gnome3. a web development machine with potential gaming... I have two sd cards for separate os configurations. Currently I have been creating custom iso files in virtual box. I'm trying to make mint19 lighter, install tools I need for remote development. Curlftpfs, sublime-text... I'm tweaking the os for 'toram' deployment... boot up the usb then the os uploads completely to ram. At this point you can unplug the usb and the os is super responsive. I have a system running gnome3 idle right now consuming 600mb of the 4 gig ram... There will be plenty of tweaks needed to make this a stable configuration...
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