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  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. 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)
  4. Did you generate a meterpreter_bind_tcp.exe If you did, post the command you used
  5. I went ahead and did the "iw dev" Here are the results: root@Pineapple:~# iw dev phy#2 Interface wlan2 ifindex 13 wdev 0x200000005 addr 00:13:ef:c2:09:c3 type managed channel 1 (2412 MHz), width: 20 MHz, center1: 2412 MHz txpower 30.00 dBm phy#1 Interface wlan1 ifindex 12 wdev 0x100000003 addr 00:c0:ca:8f:87:cf type managed txpower 20.00 dBm phy#0 Interface wlan0 ifindex 7 wdev 0x2 addr 00:c0:ca:8f:6f:93 ssid TEST WiFi type AP channel 7 (2442 MHz), width: 20 MHz, center1: 2442 MHz txpower 17.00 dBm root@Pineapple:~# The results you show are what I would call a typical 2.4 wifi environment. I mean typically congested 2.4ghz environment. The wifi devices in your environment I see channels in use Are. 1, 3, 6 , 7 , 11, 9 for the best conditions you only want to see in use are channels 1,6,11... the picture I posted shows the proper channel spacing for these 3 channels do not over lap. Most devices will simply default on one of these 3 channels and newer device will scan the area and select one With less interference. I see a ugly set of channels in use. 3, 7, 9 Notice how channel 3 is overlapping on channels 1-6? your internet source is sitting on channel 1 and your seeing interference bleeding in from packets floating around on channel 3. Your router is waisting time and resources trying to read packets that don't belong on the network. Think of it like a set of hand held walkie-talkie radios. Your having a conversation with your friend on channel 1 but you hear another persons distorted conversation bleeding in from another channel... in wifi this is what causes packet drops, retries, or packet loss... Your running wlan0 on channel 9. this needs to be changed to maybe channel 6 or 11 But this does not explain why your internal wifi card is performing better connecting to your internet source on channel 1. This could be due to better driver implementation or simply a better Wifi card.
  6. I forgot about this... I will test this tonight... it looks clean. I do hope to get some free time to produce some working examples related
  7. I see multiple devices running on channel 11. This typically will cause interference excessive retrys and packet loss.. Radio0 is running access point 'test wifi' on channel 11 radio2 is connected to linksys on channel 11 try changing radio0 to channel 1.
  8. Cat /etc/config/wireless post content plz cat /etc/hostapd.conf post content plz uci show wireless post content plz maybe install like this opkg install iperf
  9. you can run iperf on a labtop and phone both connected to the nano. Its simply for testing throughput speeds. https://superuser.com/questions/843198/changing-network-mode-to-n-only-in-openwrt read the thread above. This might disable wireless n and enable g... Not sure if its radio0 or radio1. So notice i put $$$. Maybe run the command on both radio0-1 uci get wireless.radio0.require_mode uci get wireless.radio1.require_mode uci set wireless.radio$$$.require_mode=g uci commit wifi uci get wireless.radio$$$.require_mode
  10. There is a bug in wireless n and some linux drivers. I cant find a working example for you to enable mode b/g with hostapd_cli. You should also disable ipv6. If you can post airodump results. We could also see if your operating on the best channel for your wifi environment. This is a command I use to test internet download speeds. Wget -O /dev/null testmy.net/dl-50000 Wavemon is also a great tool for monitoring wifi signal. But you should check your download speeds between the nano and a android phone with iperf. Run on the nano. iperf -s Run on the phone. iperf -c 192.168.nano after you make your changes then check iperf results again to see improvement. My phone iperf shows 53.5 Mbits/s
  11. Excessive amounts of retries. I checked my setup has been running for a week and mine has 105 excessive retries with long distance. can you change the hotspot to 80211b/g. disable wireless N Also post a quick airodump. What alfa card is this. Atheros?
  12. Ill run my commands in rc like this. .//projrcts/startup.sh & dmesg > /tmp/dmsg.log & Exit 0 This will start each process at the same time. Try it.
  13. Your doing a wifi repeater? Wlan1 connects to your router(internet source) wlan2 broadcast a wifi hotspot for your devices to connect? I had intense conversation about this kind of poor quality wifi a few weeks ago on the forums. I have a lot of experience with this and there are some tweaks and suggestions I have for you. I see this kind of post on the forums with no resolution related to poor throughput speeds. I'm happy to share my configuration files and knowledge but first I need more information and you to setup a proper test environment. You need to test the speeds with your local devices First. try to achieve max throughput speeds or speeds equal to 50mb from the nano to your labtop or nano to android phone... The best way to do this is with iperf installed on the nano and another device. You can install iperf on a android. There are instructions online for installation of iperf for openwrt. once you answer the first question at the top and install Iperf on multiple devices I can began with instructions and technical details on why this issue you experience exist. If you fail to install iperf on the nano ill provide a alternative solution.
  14. There are ways to start up a script after a wificard is if-up.d/ but I'm working with debian systemd I'm unsure of the networking services openwrt runs. I think your best bet is to write a small bit at the top of your bash script to check if the device is up. Just keep it simple. until ifconfig|grep pl2301; do echo 'its up. Run your code now' done Or maybe. lsusb|grep pl2301
  15. this wont be hard to do as a ugly dirty function... no live streaming. A simple upload and execute. Nothing fancy. don't allow duplicate cracking processes to start or your system will crash... a more practical approach and safer route. make the upload forum.php then login to ssh and start a screen session. With screen running you can start a background process of hashcat, disconnect and reconnect at later times to view the progress. I'm working on this type of web interface with live streaming of console based applications like reaver or aircrack and Automation of WPA_supplicant. Its a lot of work and many complicated situations to overcome. I'm using ruby on rails.
  16. Another addiction I had was building a autoit aimbot. This was simply a test video. testing the performance while recording the screen at 30fps, playing a blue ray, running cs1.6 and also running the aimbot. This aimbot scans the screen for a specific color then moves the mouse to that location. Its Very gpu demanding and this desktop performed very well. [Auto FIRE] when the color is found, the mouse moves to the location and burst 3 rounds, pulls down on the mouse for a bit of anti recoil and then sleeps for 3 seconds. shift key and left mouse button also have a few Auto fire functions of there own. The color shades that are scanning for are 15 different shades in the smoke, during flash bang, in the dark and in the light. this was important for good results. I should have recorded this with sound... sorry.
  17. Arr("Stuff", "more stuff", "and more") Get sublime text editor and set php syntax hilighting
  18. you can't easily figure that out with Kali. You can't ask Kali "Hey, can you tell me what this button on the Pineapple's GUI is doing?" Kali doesn't answer questions. This is a question you would have better luck asking Siri.
  19. Agree to disagree lol. Learning to configure the attacks or techniques the pineapple offers with a much more capable machine and hardware you already own, you will realize these attacks don't work anymore. Some do work, you can clone a webpage and force clients to view a fake login. Its a simple attack with only a few commands to accomplish this. You might find with My suggestion, this device you have been researching may have magical one click buttons but not much to learn when the work is done for you and your expectations will not be met.
  20. My suggestion. Install kali on a usb stick and learn the techniques the pineapple has automated. Get a alfa card that supports master mode. This master mode allows you to host a evil access point or the mana attack.
  21. grep'able logs. Cat the log file for specific strings. Edit... my best method is to import the xml file to metasploit then you can use msf search options. Way clean and organized. I have a video where I did this import and configured a exploit on a large list of ip's:8080
  22. The music made it fun ? and some compiz fusion for fun effects.
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