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  1. It's funny you say that about the island, cuz i was gonna make a joke about buying a boat and becoming a pirate in my rant =P The thing about TOR is it really is an effective proxy except in the 2 most important places, checking in and checking out. Checking out is the point where you're vulnerable and why the government started creating their own exit nodes. And there's nothing you can do to change your odds of getting a "legit" exit node. Otherwise darknet wouldn't be darknet, it's random. So chances are, if you're constantly using TOR to block yourself, SOME of those times, a federal agent that had no idea who you were before, now has a .cap file with whatever you were doing there. So there's 2 perspective's, mask yourself by using TOR for EVERYTHING, so the fact that you're there doesn't mean your doing something bad. Which would take forever to do anything cuz TOR=SLOW Or.... Use it VERY sparsely so hopefully you won't catch a fed exit node. I personally haven't used it since the first raid on Silk Road, and even then i just browsed around the forums a few times cuz i was curious. "i was thinking, tails linux on VM<(VPN(private internet access ect)/My own onion router using pi 2, tor browser." If you can find a logless VPN company it would help, but most companies cooperate with the fbi, it's just how it is. So you really need to think how bad you need to keep your activity private. If you could find the most trustworthy VPN company in the world and exit through them.... I don't know you, and i don't judge people, but your considering doing alot of stuff that in the end would probly keep your info from everybody except the people you're trying to hide from. If you're doing something on the scale that the N$4 would be interested, you're not hiding from them. There's no scenario, it's just how it is. Hammond was a friggin beast, and he still caught 10 years. You think he wasn't doing everything possible to hide his actions? How about Sabu? Yes he's a punk-ass-snitch, but at one point he was an extremely intelligent cyber criminal... Probly one of the only "Criminals" out of everybody that he sent to prison ironically. I forget which member of the Lulz boat that stayed using other people's wifi -> TOR, so they ended up following the wifi signals to pinpoint where his bedroom was to prove it was him. Literally the wifi frequencies in the air.... I mean it's possible to be a ghost "hacker" MAYBE, but not an anonymous person who uses the internet. If you were trying to get away with stuff, i mean, laptops that can in no way trace back to you or anyone you know buying them. Getting prepaid wifi cards from some magical place that doesn't have security cameras....Never hacking from the same location twice.....stealing like a new laptop every week or month and bleaching the data daily just in case... You'd have to be pretty dedicated to it. If they're looking for you, it only takes one slip. Log into you're email from your home computer one time by accident cuz you forgot it was your "other" account, that's it, they know you now. Please understand "EVERYBODY" i'm speaking hypothetically here for the sake of conversation. I love to learn about security, but i really don't do anything that would piss off the government. So i can't give you first hand experience how to evade. I've read some great articles about OP-Sec and seen some great speeches about it.....I mean, you need to understand, this conversation where having now, by tomorrow Google, Facebook, Amazon and any other interested parties will probly have it logged on their server. If you're interested in getting away with something, you've already exposed yourself by posting here without being anonymized. It's like leading 2 lives that can never in any way intersect. Its risky, and don't sound fun. If you wanted to be a black-hat, it's your seperate identity that has no connection to you. For instance like alot of the Anonymous members who got locked up, had no business being arrested in the first place. Except they pissed off the government. Some of them cats really were freedom-fighters trying to help. It's still crazy to me that the biggest criminal amongst them flipped in an hour and got no jail time.... If you check out that vid i posted earlier, that guy actually works for the government. He references a book called like "5 crimes a day". He says there isn't a person in the world, that if he's targeting you he can't find at least 5 crimes a day he could charge you for. Like even your grandma. So if you're like coming from the perspective of like, "this" or "this" seems like a good hustle, i wouldn't recommend it. And if you're gonna do something, don't try to get rich.....hypothetically. If you're not worth anybodies time......maybe Even Kevin Poulson got caught, and he WORKED for them. This is a white-hat forum tho, and i feel like i'm bordering on violating TOS...
  2. I use Synergy like Steve mentioned. I can definitely recommend it. It works well, you need to be networked though. I've had a few issue's with it on XBMC/Kodi where it makes the screen start glitching when my mouse switches between computers, but that's only cuz i use Tablet's and Odroid's with no real GPU's i think. They have an Android App too which has come in handy from time to time, it really turns a multi-pc experience into a multi-monitor experience. Also, depending on your phone and what kernel you use.... There's an Android App/Kernel-Patch that turns your phone into a hid device. It works similar to the ducky, but needs to be patched into the kernel and you download the external keyboard app for free from the market. It works pretty great. It's what Nethunter uses to run HID attacks, but alot of other android developers have it patched into their kernels if you check around on xda. Edit: The thing i like most about Synergy is i can use one mouse and keyboard at the same time for Windows Desktop, Linux Laptop, and Android phone. And it's completely seemless (except for Kodi on Arm devices). You set it up as a server on the device you use the most, then run clients on the others
  3. It's impossible to remain completely anonymous and be "100% SURE" about it nowadays. I'd say VPN + TOR + Proxychains is your best shot, but TOR's nowhere near as anonymous as it used to be. No idea what percent of exit nodes is actually feds now, but i bet it's a high number. I don't wanna go into a rant about the N$4/Trapwire/Datamining, but we live in an age where everything that you're paranoid about the government doing is 10 years late and now Google and Facebook actually have all that technology too. It's one big circle-jerk of trading/selling data If you're worried about things like keeping your CC & Banking info safe, buy Lifelock. If you want privacy, my best advice would be to start researching time travel maybe.... Everything that Anonymous was fighting for years ago is already in the past and too late to do anything about. If you really wanted to be anonymous you'd have to be an excellent criminal that stole your computer, uses a giant proxychain of the 30 nearest wifi signals you can hack before you even open your browser, never use google/facebook/twitter, keep electrical tape over the camera of every phone and laptop you own.... I mean even the Amazon Fire Tv STB has a microphone in the remote designed so you can never turn it off. It's sad to say that it's best to just accept it. If google wants to sell facebook and fbi proof that i watch porn and know how to use linux, good for them. I just do my best to stop buying products made by companies that profit off of spying.on me. The only exception is the fact i'll always have an Android phone so google will always get my business there. But other than that, if i know a company is making money off of data-mining me, i'm not also gonna give them MY money by buying their products. Chances are if you have a reason to hide something it's already not a secret. That's my opinion on the subject anyway.... This is a good video on the topic of how far gone anonymity is (Ok i ranted a little, sorry =P)
  4. Youtube's been pulling this crap for a while. This is the first i've heard of Jakk's channel getting erased too but i swear i was just watching some of his vids a few days ago. That sux. They did the same thing to R4v3n's channel (another excellent teacher for any1 who doesn't know). It's crazy that the biggest culture most interested and focused on actually learning and enlightening themselves is the most targeted and silenced. I hate how these huge internet companies forget when they were just startup geeks and become corporate monkeys. Youtube and Google wouldn't exist without free speach and people like us wanting to learn more, now they're just politician's who forgot where they came from (along with FB), selling out the people who made them into billionaires. The worst part about youtube closing channel's is not letting the owner's get their content back. It's unfortunate that it's always the white-hat's getting screwed over because they have nothing to hide and they're trying to teach others to be like them. Would the government rather have people interested in security learning about cracking WEP on youtube, or being forced to learn from forums on darknet where they learn how to be carders and make passports at the same time. digip, yeah they coulda tried charging for their tuts instead of getting the little ad kickbacks on youtube. But that mentality definitely discourages learning. Youtube WOULD NOT EXIST if it wasn't for people sharing what they learn for free. Whether it be music, plumbing, how to apply makeup..... Not everybody can afford to go to M.I.T if they wanna learn about computers. There isn't an IT professional or sys admin in the world that didn't learn what he knows at least "a little bit" because it's fun to know about the cool "bad" things you can do with hacking. It's like banning people from going to the gym because it makes you stronger than people who don't work out.... Hak5 wouldn't be around right now if Darren was born maybe 5 years later. It's like society started blooming into an age where bright people born without money could still get great educations if they were motivated and willing to put in the time, and now everything's devolving again. I've met alot hackers online throughout my life, I don't know any cyber criminals "that i know of". It's funny when you hear about all these international cyber threats on the news, then you see white-hat's getting kicked off youtube, or even going to jail for doing things like pissing off AT&T or downloading too many law journal's =\ , and all their work from the last 5 years being stolen at youtube's discretion. /endrant
  5. Are you using an OTG cable to make the Android target a Host? And does the Android have USB Debugging enabled? I'm pretty sure those are both requirements to exploit android with the ducky
  6. This may be an obvious question but you're doing this through a VNC right? That's the only way to get any gui or xsession in Nethunter. And we're still sharing our XSession with an Android session full of running apps on 2 gigs of ram. I try to stick with cli stuff in my Nex5. I tried Armitage once and even though it loaded, it wasn't worth using in that condition. I love NH cuz all the clii tools run excellent considering.... And it's a miracle i have MSF on my phone. Anything GUI related is just a party trick IMO on our Nex5/7/10 generation. I'm thinking of upgrading just for the extra gig of ram
  7. I grabbed the Pineapple Plug and a 2nd MKV around XMAS, along with the Ominous Box and the Pineapple HDK lol. I haven't made use out of any of it. There was mention about better Tango function for the Plug in a fw release back when i bought it as well as a Hak5 segment about the HDK, dunno if that's still in the picture (I hope so). I had the same rebooting problems as you. Til the load balancing gets sorted out, it's just more problems than it's worth. Hopefully someday i'll use em. Once i saw the ominous Box in person i laughed my ass off tho. I call it the "Biggest Most Obvious Little Dropbox In Texas" lol. It takes up like half the wall, i think it was on sale for like 10 bux tho so it's all good. The Plug & HDK are good ideas tho, just need a little attention. It's not like there's a whole army of people working on development of Pineapple/Hak5 niches tho. I'm dyin to find out what the Turtle's gonna end up being. I have no idea what it is, but i know Darren's gonna make it look like something that i need in my life, then Shannon's gonna get all excited about it, then i'm gonna punch in my credit card for em again
  8. Sorry to bring up a dead topic (I was just kinda flippin through the forum ) but there's definitely a benefit to a 2W card. I can't speak for the Pineapple cuz i haven't tried it, but it's pretty easy to alter the crda/regulatory domain to whatever txpower you want for any country code in Ubuntu/Debian (Kali). BO isn't even 30 anymore, it's 20 in the 2.5GHz range now. I bought that card just so i could use it at 33dBm with my BiQuad/Satellite Dish setup. I have my reg domain country codes in my kali installations pretty much arranged by my different alfa cards. BO's 33, US 27, GB 30, CN 25. The entire wireless-regdb "rules" file is called db.txt. You need to download the newest wireless-regdb tar and newest crda tar. You can pretty much edit the text file to anything you want before you compile. Then replace the regulatory.bin in your /lib/crda directory. Like i said i've never tried it with any of my pineapple's, but i've done it like 20 times since some kali/ubuntu updates upgrade the crda files. Here's the tutorial i used, pretty much walks u through it word for word Also i'm pretty sure the NEH is only 1/2W. I have 2 of em, plus the H, NH, NHR v2, 051NH v2 for 5GHz, (I blame Darren and Shannon for convincing me i could trust my technolust) and that black Alfa card without a label the Hakshop used to sell with the blue led when MK IV's were fairly new. I think it's an NHA, it's the only card i own that that gets stick in country code 98 which doesn't even exist whenever i try to do an iw reg set. But every card has something it does better than all the others and worse than all the others. There's definitely not a "best" wifi card. You can techinically push any of the cards past their limits except the NHA. Their instabilities usually get more enhanced than their power when you do that tho. I can vouch for the NH tho, it works great at 33dBm with a good antenna. I had it rockin with the Alfa Pen Booster from the Hakshop on my BiQuad before i snapped the RP-SMA connector off the amp screwing it onto my antenna . I only had it for like 2 or 3 weeks. I tried to solder it back on but it looks like a cpl components came off the pcb with it. I'm gonna order another one soon, the penbooster + 33dBm NH + BiQuad = doing my airodump's in full screen with like a 6 or 7 font and the terminal still filled up before i could see any client connections lol. I know this post doesn't help the OP, but maybe somebody....
  9. I don't think it's applicable to u because of your $500 price range but i'm thinking of getting a Dell XPS12 for my pentesting/IT machine. As far as I can tell it's the best tablet convertible on the market. The upgraded version has an intel i7, 8g ram, 256g SSD drive, 1 USB3.0, 1USB3.0/eSATA, RJ45 Ethernet Jack, the new intel wifi with widi built in, and it seems like the convertible keyboard is a full size keyboard. Seems like the perfect pentesting machine!! I'm gonna have to sacrifice a little personally to get it cuz it's like $1600 on Dell's site including a $300 gift card for accessories, or like $1200 on ebay with no gift card. Not always having to dual boot back and forth will make life much easier, plus it's wayyyyyy more portable than my laptop. If I were u I'd check out asus.com and acer.com. They both seem to have a great selection of nice spec'd tablets
  10. ./me lifts his jaw off the floor That's pretty crazy! If he's talking about the mid to late 90's, I doubt the statute of limitations on whatever he could be charged with would go back that far. I'm pretty sure only things like rape and murder can come back to bite you from THAT long ago.... But I'm neither a lawyer or a violent criminal so I could always be dead wrong...
  11. The wiki seems to have the full specs....http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BlackBerry_Bold
  12. HAHAHA Now I get it! Ur post made it sound like u bought it for that purpose. I feel u, $5 is a why the hell not price! Test it urself and see if it works. I've never heard of anybody running Kali on a BB but it's probly possible on some level if u try hard enough. Just don't know how functional it will be. If it works at all decent create a thread and share ur knowledge/success Good Luck!
  13. Considering how closed BB/iOS is and how open and easy to install roms/distros on Android is, why get an old BlackBerry to tinker with? Android was pretty much developed and promoted as an open-source alternative for people like us who like to hack their electronics. Android is linux based already, so installing pretty much any linux distro including BackTrack/Kali is painfully easy!! Not to come off as sarcastic (Seriously), but buying an old BlackBerry to have a handheld linux machine is somewhat comparable to buying a PS2 for the purposes of running XBMC on it... That's my opinion anyway.
  14. HAHAHA, overwraith I don't think your Pineapple idea is impractical at all in comparison... ESTIMATED SHIPPING $632.40 ESTIMATED TOTAL $11,068.96 If you were buying that kind of bulk of Pineapples though u could just get the boards from data-alliance for like $35 or the AP with OpenWRT with the power supply and casing for like $55 and flash them all into Pineapples yourself. I think both are great idea's if you're trying to pwn like your entire state from ur bedroom LOL!!! That's like a hacker's dream setup! I don't know how you'd protect all your gear from being stolen though considering how long you'd have to run this network down the highway or whatever ur picturing.
  15. I thought so. Thanks for the quick reply. I just mentioned it cuz the 20 dollar price difference. If you're buying the hornet board and flashing it directly, (unless ur doing it for educational purposes) chances are you're trying to save yourself a few bux
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