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  1. try: apt-get --reinstall install gnuradio then try again
  2. Do you have an alfa wifi card/dongle like the AWUS036H-N?
  3. Its to do with the tuner chip and raw I/Q frames and sending them directly to the computer, if your dongle can't send these raw I/Q frames, it can't do SDR. For a list of compatible chips: http://rtlsdr.org To find out your tuner chip - crack open the case, and read the letters and numbers off the small black square - may require a magnifying glass
  4. I admit it can be temperamental at times, but once you get it up and running you can have a lot of laughs. I had a summer barbecue, invited the neighbours, and told them to use my free wireless at their own risk :)
  5. I expected from your /var/log/messages output that the wireless driver had loaded, and created a new interface. However, the output of those commands indicate this has not happened. You could try : Download this file to your Desktop: http://git.kernel.org/?p=linux/kerne...d2acb7;hb=HEAD Open up a terminal and enter these commands one after the other (you will be asked for your password on the last step) cd Desktop sudo mv ar9271.fw /lib/firmware reboot and see whether it works. Be sure to unplug your device and plug it in again after rebooting. If it doesn't, follow these steps: Download this file to your desktop: http://wireless.kernel.org/download/...ss-2.6.tar.bz2 Then open a terminal and enter these commands one after the other (you will be asked for your password on the last step): cd Desktop tar xjvf compat-wireless-2.6.tar.bz2 cd compat-wireless-2.6 ./scripts/driver-select ath9k_htc make && sudo make install after that reboot. Failing that - I would suggest try updating to Kali, as backtrack isn't really supported!
  6. whats the output of ifconfig -a and ls -ls /dev/ath*
  7. More details are here: http://code.google.c.../ducky-decode/ examples: 1x turns ducky into a Mass storage device 1x changes the auto trigger to the black button 1x changes the trigger to the caps lock, num lock, scroll lock keys 1x changes the ducky into a composite device, both the HID injector and Mass Storage
  8. Speed improvements to C_ducky_S002, mass-storage speeds now match that of c_ducky_v2.1, with HID delivery payload triggered by pushing GPIO button. https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7uVAbdkMKcXSnlCc1ctdlFheGs/ Thanks to Nairod785 for the request and testing :)
  9. Most likely messed up the clocks, was a first attempt, second guess.... try this one: https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7uVAbdkMKcXSnlCc1ctdlFheGs/
  10. Ah ha, for GUI/COMMAND SPACE you need a newer encoder v2.6.3 https://drive.google.com/#folders/0B7uVAbdkMKcXNWRGbjB3SGpsWnc or https://code.google.com/p/ducky-decode/downloads/list as for install libusb-devel, you can use either brew or macports, I personally use macports (so can't help you with brew, but understand its just as easy to use). The wiki doesn't mention this to avoid confusion between mac ports and brew. The newer firmware just has more / different features; the encoder is responsible for mapping all the keyboard keys, and keys across languages etc. your firmware is probably basic but all you need.
  11. cm (composite duck & detour) alpa = 1x payload & mass-storage detour duck = 3x payloads - no mass storage composite duck = 1x payload & mass storage you can only have one payload with mass storage - no other firmware exists. if you want more than 1x payload, detour duck, download from internet & execute upto 3x payloads
  12. looking into it now, hopefully have it finished by monday. I have other commitments over the weekend. EDIT: Do you want to try: https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7uVAbdkMKcXQUtEU0hGYXVyVkk/ I had some issues with my previous employer, and ownership of the code - despite all done on my personal time + machine. I have lost access to the machine I originally coded the PoC on (until this issue is resolved), this has been done from memory, I dont have time to test it at the moment - maybe you can?
  13. sadly no. out of memory. i suggest using the multi-duck /ducky detour to download and execute from the internet.
  14. No, your out of memory! Current limitations of the micro-controller memory capacity. Sadly, you can only trigger 1x payload so choose wisely. Thats why its flashing red.
  15. If you mean the karma patches for hostapd - yes. The HTTP interface that Sebkinne mentions above is a no. But its not that hard to build your own. Look at Josh Wright's 'I hack for Sushi' 'Love my Neighbours' VMware image.
  16. I was one of the first to buy a ducky when it was $80. I already had a teensy and arduino, and was starting work on building a smaller form factor of the teensy (rather bulky and looks odd with all the addons), as the weird shaped teensy would occassionally fail. Irongeek told me about Hak5's new ducky prototype and i thought great, someone has already designed the hardware. I then took on the challenge of reprogramming it for my purposes. Theres a large forum post "how i created firmwares", it wasnt easy, took over 1 year, and i learnt a lot about USB, and more about microcontrollers. Was it worth it ? Hell yes: ive used it to * launch exploits against systems in pentesting * bypass access control restrictions to insert/remove data on protected systems * social engineering to gain access to a network * ease repeative tasks * once i demoed it as a password seed;make stronger passwords if application allows it? *as a storage device (though speeds are low compared to proper usb storage devices) I admit its more a tool for penetration testers / hackers (usb developers). Sidetrack the Pi (i have 3): * one is an arcade machine - adafruit cupcade * one is a xbmc server * last is general hacking about: various sensors, recording weather, gps, motion sensors. wired it up as a basic security camera, etc. Pentesting dropbox for remote hacking (clients permission) These devices are begging to be hacked... and always ensure you have legally binding written permission when using them on others. I cannot and will not be responsible for anyone abusing other peoples networks,security, or privacy.
  17. Source code is in the SVN, regarding M_duck source Think this is the latest one : Multi_Duck_Alpha.zip And this is the previous one: Ducky_Multi_Payload.zip
  18. simple example: DELAY 1000 ALT F2 DELAY 50 STRING Terminal ENTER DELAY 500 STRING echo "Hello World" ENTER
  19. Yes you can - use google dork "site:forums.hak5.org +ducky +version1" (a) No, ducky firmware only runs on the Hak5 Ducky!!! (b) Jason Applebaum (hardware dev) got tied up in NDA's and work. The rest of the Hak5 Team are tied into the Pineapple development. Being a community of hackers, we took it upon ourselves to improve and expand the ducky's capabilities. Ducky is $40 for complete kit, as opposed to approximatley $30 with the teensy, sd adapter, double male header pins, usb-A adapter. Also don't forget (from hakshop main page) : Discounts available for accredited educational institution, government, military and non-profit hackerspaces. Contact Us. So you may prefer the Ducky? Also check out the links in my signature. ~snake
  20. You haven't got libusb-devel installed use mac ports or brew to install the package. Then follow the instructions here: https://code.google.com/p/ducky-decode/wiki/Flashing_Guide Which Encoder version are you using, GUI SPACE appears to working fine for me?
  21. Quick google : http://www.tenvis.com/blog/how-to-realize-factory-settings-for-jpt3815w-ip-camera.html
  22. Hmm, it'll be tough if your using different phone firmware, have you looked at the G1 serial cable option? http://www.instructables.com/id/Android-G1-Serial-Cable/ http://greatscottgadgets.com/infiltrate2013/
  23. ninja throwing star bus pirate usb dvb adapter (doubles up as sdr dongle) arduino acr122u / SCM SCL3711 irtoy
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