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  1. From the hak5 video I think they mentioned 8gb SSD and it runs a full linux distro (Debian if i'm correct)
  2. Darren has it in his code , however netsh wlan sh net mode=bssid should do the same thing I think. Just take SSID 1 and store it as a variable to be later used, or select string if you want to directly grab the text from the output Something like $ConnectedSSID= netsh wlan sh net mode=bssid $Output= $ConnectedSSID| Select-String -Pattern 'SSID 1 :' $Output -replace 'SSID 1 :' or look at using a regex. By the way I'm using Powershell above as Darren does in his script, is there a reason why you are sticking to Command only?
  3. Most people just put ALT+Y as the next line which will auto accept the box.
  4. It would be rude not to :-) http://www.zazzle.com/rubber_ducky_usb_flash_drive_8gb-256084844831473678 I ordered the pink one as I figured it looks less ominous, I just love how blatant and yet cute the duck now becomes. I'm not selling them , however once I came across the link I thought I would share. I've no idea if the seller is even are that the other type of Rubber ducky exists (seems great that she is using the same USB shell) You could also do this yourself with some sticky wrap I'm guessing.
  5. I'm logged into a domain and nothing for me, I have a both Darren's light script and also the needed /etc/init.d/dnsmasq stop/usr/sbin/screen -dmS responder bash -c 'cd /overlay/etc/turtle/Responder; python Responder.py -I br-lan -f -w -r -d -F' in my rc.local file and nothing is logged from locked devices (also domain joined). For people who can get it to work can you please give more info on your set up or even a walk through if possible.
  6. @carlymdyson As many others contractor to perm many years ago and it worked out okay, Took about 4 years to get back to my previous wage.

  7. @sirdarckcat DM sent with a few contacts ,

  8. Not sure what the issue is, but you could always try a manual update via https://downloads.lanturtle.com/ See http://lanturtle.com/wiki/#!index.md#Manually_Upgrading for instructions.
  9. Hopefully , Darren will create a module which do also handle the LED's , he's hinted at it here , https://room362.com/post/2016/snagging-creds-from-locked-machines/#comment-2880269923 However Lanturtle set up seems quite straight forward. **Edit** Can't get it to log anything on my locked Win10 devices , obviously grabs the NTLM hashes from unlocked devices.
  10. @tstationblog @Skype Hey dude just seen your tweet , Glad to see we're making a difference :-)

  11. @WisecWisec @DOMXss looking forward to this. Great work and looking to be a nice improvement on an already solid tool.

  12. In reply to the OP I'll send you a Skype contact request thats if you still need help. As for something to grep for interesting information in traffic you should look for the module called grep :-)
  13. thanks for the clarification Seb, Can you or Whistle Master please post in this thread when the fix is ready, as I would rather wait for a working version than go through install and await a new patch or fixed version. :-)
  14. It should be working from what you have posted above. I also use log-manager to see all logs as I find it easier than using the mods themselves.
  15. Use Br-Lan (can also be seen in the screenshot - posted by Whistle Master above) I have used this with my mobile device acting as clientmode (meaning the tetra/nano got outside internet access via mobile device tethered), I rarely use any of the Tetra/Nano radios as client mode. that way I can use PineAp and also all of the modules without losing any functionality.
  16. Just wanted to say this I love this mod, while its simple in what it does. Its the one I use the most (obviously other mods are running which are logging) however the logmanager is my goto page on the new V6 devices.
  17. I found my issue with stability is power related and I can keep the device slightly more stable if I don't run nGrep or UrlSnarf. So lighter load on the device the more stable. Seems to match what Darren said in previous threads, I'm going to purchase another battery to test with 2 plugged in. UrlSnarf will kill the redlight on the device (mon mode I think) right away.
  18. If I'm reading right you are using 3 power bricks?, 2 on the Y cable into UART socket and another into the Eth socket ?
  19. I'm running my device from a USB power source (battery for charging), and every 3-5 mins the red light will turn off and the device get into an unstable state. I'm guessing its due to power draw on the device being too much for my power brick. I'm using the LimeAid Blast L180X (1800mAh) with 3.1Amps and 10V total output. So when using both USB ports I'm giving my device 3.1Amps (2.1port1 1.0port2) and 10V (5V from each port) I know the Tetra needs 12V and 1.5Amps, So I was wondering if my powerbrick should work, or do I need to find a new solution?, I'm wondering what everone else is using for Tetra mobile (besides a Nano? :-)) My only next hope is to try and use something like my LegionMeter , however not sure just pumping more wattage/mAh will do the trick
  20. RT @somelaniesaid: In order to make better testing tools, we'd like to know how you test sites in Microsoft Edge: https://t.co/l5fDJOPPiN

  21. Okay so still looking for some kind of support on this. When I run tick the 3 options for logging at the top of PineAP I receive nothing logged. Only time anything is logged is if the phone connected to the device connects via wifi (then it picks up a couple of SSIDS) , However it has never detected external SSIDs or clients. I've sent emails to support@hak5.org and also Darren, however after about 7 emails sent no reply, except to provide output of log file which I have done over a week ago, I also raised a bug. = https://www.wifipineapple.com/?portal&bugs&action=view&id=378 A little bit of support back from the Hak5 guys would be welcome , seeing as I have supported your guys over the years and have purchased a Tetra (obviously also a nano) and also long time Mk5 owner/user. . I just need to know from the team if I have a hardware issue needing a new device or a software issue which means I can wait for a new firmware.
  22. On the Nano you can use a mobile if you have signal strength from your provider where you are wanting to test from, or you can use the Alpha as you suggested.
  23. I have exactly the same issue, Recon can detect hundreds of clients all broadcasting yet PineAP never detects anything, I thought I had a faulty device however maybe a software bug I'm now thinking after your post. I raised a bug = https://www.wifipineapple.com/?portal&bugs&action=view&id=378 however your post above is actually a little more clean on the actual issue.
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