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  1. I like this one for demos. It works pretty seamlessly and doesn't get flagged by AV. Also it is not malicious (if you looked for it you could find it) however I suppose you could make it masquerade as a legit plugin https://github.com/S489/gumshoe
  2. Let me start by explaining the goal. I am at my university and I would like to reverse ssh to connect to certain services remotely. I have an EC2 instance that is acting as my server. On to the problem. When I ssh to my server like this: ssh -R 9091:localhost:9091 [username]@[serverip] and at the same time configure firefox and do this: ssh -D 8080 [username]@[serverip] I can connect to the service running on localhost:9091. However when I point my web browser to [serverip]:9091. If someone could explain what I am doing wrong that would be wonderful.
  3. amazon ec2 has a free tier for their services, I use them for other things but i am sure a VPN would be easy to set up there.
  4. I have a MKII (that hast the MKIII firmware on it but that is beside the point) and I broke the battery pack... I am no good with hardware problems so I have no idea which end goes where, any help would be appreciated. https://dl.dropbox.com/u/12870612/2012-08-04%2014.04.13.jpg
  5. what about with a MKIII? I have both and My concern is locking myself out of the flash capability.
  6. I am concerned with locking myself out as Sebkinne mentioned. is there a way that I can "safely" do this?
  7. irongeek has a good guide on how to get it running on the Raspberry Pi. If you can get all the dependencies onto the device I don't see why it wouldn't work. Check it out over here http://www.irongeek.com/i.php?page=security/raspberry-pi-i2p-svartkast
  8. I have been following irongeek's guide located here: http://www.irongeek.com/i.php?page=security/svartkast-pogoplug-dropbox and I am stuck at the remote access part. I have successfully installed i2p and I can access a few of the eepsites I have setup, however I am stumped on how to get remote access working. I supposedly should be able to ssh and point it at my localhost which will forward to the base32 address of my blackthrow. Any help on how to proxy my ssh connection over the i2p network would be great.
  9. I cracked up so hard when I saw this! Terrific idea Darren, keep up the good work.
  10. I have heard a lot about how "Cell phones are unsafe" and it is possible to turn on the mic/camera to listen in. I was wondering if there is any open source version of this sort of program. There are a lot of spy things you can buy to "catch a cheating spouse" (not interested) and I have been playing with Georgia Weidman's botnet (http://www.grmn00bs.com/SMSbotPoC-complete.c and http://georgiaweidman.com/wordpress/more-android-sms-bot-stuff/). While this is both fun and useful I have had a tough time sifting through all the crapware out there to find anything that has some of the more "fun" functions that we all worry about.
  11. I have seen a lot of articles on how to exploit a machine through some sort of java applet or exe embedded into another file type that calles back to the attacker and then run post exploit modules such as persistence.rb from there. The problem that I have with these exploits is that I need to have a listener and/or a machine hosting the exploit running somewhere else. Is it possible to have a standalone backdoor that can be interacted with at a more convenient time? (note this is with physical access unattended computer, etc)?
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    Cheap Vps

    Just thought I would throw in my 2 cents. I use Amazon EC2 now and then if I want to try something offsite. as long as you stay under 750 hours (and a few other easy requirements) it is free to use. Just something to think about depending on what your needs are. There are ubuntu and backtrack instances that are prebuilt and ready to go.
  13. when I tried to put the interface up it failed (that was why I thought that wireless was not buit into TRK) but I should have tried my card first, regardless I ended up just removing the drive and putting it into my dock and running several virus scans from there as well as TRK through a VM. Thanks for all the help.
  14. you need credentials for the wireless, but for the wired you need to have some sort of cisco client software (i don't mess with wired) it is a laptop so that is an option but as far as wireless i didn't think trinity supported that natively.
  15. I am trying to remove some viruses from a friends computer. He opened an email and had like 87 pop up on his computer. It is blocking me form opening up clam av and any other exe type of file I try to open so I booted into trinity on my Katana USB. It found some viruses, but the definitions were out of date so i assume that is why it didn't find all of them. Regardless i burned CD of it and now i am trying to share internet from my Mac (sharing internet sharing then from easyteather to ethernet) to the computer. We are at college and they do not allow unauthorized connections (otherwise i would just plug him in to the wall). I have tried to share internet from my phone tether but it is not recognizing a connection "neither dns nor proxy paramaters found ...". Any help getting this connected to the internet OR virus removal would be appreciated.
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