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  1. Hmm.. and macsec too could be an issue?
  2. Hmm... does it support POE passthrough for access points or cameras for example?
  3. Yes, you could be right. My laptop that I tested it on is a Lenovo and I just tested it on my Dell at work and it doesn't behave the same way. Still, it just doesn't seem like that should happen!
  4. Last night I stumbled across a very interesting Windows 10 bug (it might also affect other Windows versions) and I'm using Windows 10 Pro. If your keyboard has those silly shortcut keys to start say a browser, calculator, explorer etc, press the browser button and it should open a new window. Pressing the browser button again will just refresh the same new window. However, if the computer is locked and you press this browser or calculator button multiple times or even hold it down, it will keep opening and opening new windows until the computer can become almost unusable! I posted this also to /., so hoping to get some traction on this bug. https://slashdot.org/submission/5933369/freeze-windows-10-with-one-key Also, I'm wondering if this bug/exploit can be used any way maliciously, it doesn't seem right that when a computer is locked that you can still press keys and launch applications. Heck, if you could re-map those keys you could have them do anything when the computer is locked! Just my two cents... - mzac
  5. I've updated the script a lot since yesterday, now includes ICMP tests for results as well as checking the server is alive before running the test. Also, I just realized that this tool could be very useful for outdoor wifi deployment testing! I should also test it on my wifi pineapple to see if it'll run... Take a look on the github repo and please give me any feedback. https://github.com/mzac/iperf_gps Thanks
  6. Ok well I went ahead and wrote a linux bash script to do this... I've tested it with a stationary raspberry pi with a BU-353 USB GPS, I'll have to test it on the road. I made sure to make it as simple as possible and not depend on too many extra packages. You just need gpsd and iperf It writes to CSV format so you can massage the output into a kml I'll post this eventually on my github page so I can keep it up to date. Update: Here is my github link: https://github.com/mzac/iperf_gps #!/bin/bash # How many seconds to run the iperf test iperf_test_interval=5 # How many seconds to sleep between tests update_interval=10 # Location of iperf binary iperf_bin="/usr/bin/iperf" # Iperf server to connect to iperf_server="" # How long to run the iperf test iperf_time=5 # Location of gpspipe binary gpspipe_bin="/usr/bin/gpspipe" # -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- # Do not change any settings below this line # Verify if iperf is installed if [ ! -x $iperf_bin ]; then echo -e "\niperf binary not found or is not executable!\n"; exit 1 fi # Verify if gpspipe is installed if [ ! -x $gpspipe_bin ]; then echo -e "\ngpspipe binary not found or is not executable!\n"; exit 1 fi # Verify that the base filename for output is specified if [ -z $1 ]; then echo -e "\nUsage:" echo -e "$0 <base_filename>\n" exit 1 fi export_file_timestamp=`date +%Y-%m-%dT%H:%M:%S%z` export_file_name="$1-$export_file_timestamp.csv" if [ ! -e "$export_file_name" ]; then touch "$export_file_name" fi if [ ! -w "$export_file_name" ]; then echo "Cannot write to $export_file_name" exit 1 fi echo "date,time,longitude,latitude,altitude,speed,track,iperf_server,iperf_test_interval,iperf_client_bytes,iperf_client_bps,iperf_server_bytes,iperf_server_bps" >> $export_file_name echo -e "\nAt any time, press CRTL-C to stop the script" echo -e "Writing to $export_file_name\n" echo -e "GPS Data: time,lon,lat,alt,spd,track\n" while true do tpv=$($gpspipe_bin -w -n 5 | grep -m 1 TPV | python -mjson.tool) lon=$(echo "$tpv" | grep "lon" | cut -d: -f2 | cut -d, -f1 | tr -d ' ') lat=$(echo "$tpv" | grep "lat" | cut -d: -f2 | cut -d, -f1 | tr -d ' ') alt=$(echo "$tpv" | grep "alt" | cut -d: -f2 | cut -d, -f1 | tr -d ' ' | awk '{print int($1)}') spd=$(echo "$tpv" | grep "speed" | cut -d: -f2 | cut -d, -f1 | tr -d ' ') track=$(echo "$tpv" | grep "track" | cut -d: -f2 | cut -d, -f1 | tr -d ' ' | awk '{print int($1)}') gps_date=$(echo "$tpv" | grep "time" | cut -d: -f2 | cut -dT -f1 | cut -d, -f1 | tr -d ' ' | tr -d '"') gps_time=$(echo "$tpv" | grep "time" | cut -dT -f2 | cut -d. -f1 | cut -d, -f1 | tr -d ' ') # Convert speed from meters per second to kilometers per hour spd=`echo $spd | awk '{print int($1 * 3.6)}'` # Check if lon and lat are set if [ ! -z "$lon" -a ! -z "$lat" ]; then if [ -z "$alt" ]; then echo "No alt - setting to 0" alt=0 fi if [ -z "$spd" ]; then echo "No speed - setting to 0" spd=0 fi if [ -z "$track" ]; then echo "No track - setting to 0" track=0 fi if [ $spd -le 1 ]; then echo "Not moving - setting track to 0" track=0 fi gps_result="$gps_date,$gps_time,$lon,$lat,$alt,$spd,$track" echo "GPS Data: $gps_result" echo "Running iperf test" iperf_result=`$iperf_bin -c $iperf_server -r -t $iperf_test_interval --reportstyle C` iperf_result_client=$(echo "$iperf_result" | head -1) iperf_result_server=$(echo "$iperf_result" | tail -1) iperf_result_client_bytes=$(echo "$iperf_result_client" | cut -d, -f8) iperf_result_server_bytes=$(echo "$iperf_result_server" | cut -d, -f8) iperf_result_client_bps=$(echo "$iperf_result_client" | cut -d, -f9) iperf_result_server_bps=$(echo "$iperf_result_server" | cut -d, -f9) echo "Writing results to file:" echo "$gps_date,$gps_time,$lon,$lat,$alt,$spd,$track,$iperf_server,$iperf_test_interval,$iperf_result_client_bytes,$iperf_result_client_bps,$iperf_result_server_bytes,$iperf_result_server_bps" | tee -a $export_file_name else echo "No GPS Fix!" echo $tpv fi echo -e "Sleeping for $update_interval seconds...\n" sleep $update_interval unset tpv unset lat unset lon unset alt unset spd unset track unset gps_date unset gps_time unset gps_result unset iperf_result unset iperf_result_server unset iperf_result_client_bytes unset iperf_result_server_bytes unset iperf_result_client_bps unset iperf_result_server_bps done
  7. Hey all, I'm looking to see if anyone knows of either an app for iOS or Android that would do the following: - Track current location with GPS - Run a ping to any IP or run a speed test with iPerf or something similar - Timestamp results - Export results in CSV or KML format I'm looking for this for two reasons. First, when I go to work on the train there is always a dead zone I go through and I want to show to my carrier the problem, I don't think they're going to take a ride on the train or lend me equipment to prove it. Second, for work I am working on a mobile LTE deployment in a vehicle and I need to verify the route the vehicle takes to make sure there are no dead zones. I am thinking that I could easily do this all on a Raspberry Pi, but if something already exists for this it would be great..! - mzac
  8. Just thought I'd point out that in newer versions of Chrome (I'm using Chrome beta 40) you are now starting to get a warning that the certificate on forums.hak5.org is using an older SHA1 certificate. The industry is going more towards SHA2 certs... Not sure if you can request to get a SHA2 cert for free or does it cost something? We are looking into this as well at my work as our certs are SHA1. Why Google is hurrying the web to kill SHA1: https://konklone.com/post/why-google-is-hurrying-the-web-to-kill-sha-1
  9. Maybe we should have a sticky topic to share when we see the pineapple in the news? I once posted that I saw it on Good Morning America, and tonight here in Montreal I saw it on the French news show 'Le Telejournal' on 'Radio Canada', Quebec's version of CBC. Edit: I found the video of the report: http://ici.radio-canada.ca/audio-video/#urlMedia=http://www.radio-canada.ca/Medianet/2014/cbft/2014-10-29_22_00_00_tj22h_0000_03_1200.asx&pos=0
  10. Yeah I saw it in the video, what is the Red WRT?
  11. I saw Darren's tweet today re the pineapple on GMA, here is the link: http://abcnews.go.com/GMA/video/public-wi-fi-data-secure-25670604
  12. I've noticed that when trying to use PineAP and Karma that in order to have clients connect that my AP settings under network have to be set to open. Is there any way to have PineAP/Karma broadcast open SSIDs however that the management SSID be still set with a WPA2 key? This way I can log into the pineapple on a secure SSID and not be worried about sending credentials to the pineapple on HTTP, of course, I could just configure HTTPS... Also, could the use of namespaces be a good feature to separate the Admin from the user traffic? Similar to VRFs http://blog.scottlowe.org/2013/09/04/introducing-linux-network-namespaces/
  13. Yes, I am aware of the wiki however all the info I was looking for ins't condensed onto one simple to print page, but I will take your suggestion and I will be adding some official links to my cheat sheet :)
  14. I just got my MKV this week and I keep finding myself scouring the forums for specifics commands, settings, definitions etc, so I thought I would come up with a cheat sheet, something you could maybe print on a Letter or A4 paper to keep with you. I have a few ideas and started a Google Doc spreadsheet. Please if you would like to contribute to this sheet you can give me some ideas and I will add them. This is the first time I'm making one of these so of course if you have any formatting suggestions for the sheet/layout let me know too! https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1OskKEEOMDZxi25SqvEnUdRn0oUIu6K99YpH8QeT_byI/edit?pli=1#gid=0 - mzac
  15. Hmm. of course now that I post this and test it again it is working... gotta love that... As for the power supply I'm using an old Linksys 12V 1A power supply so I'll see if I can get a 2A power supply. Unfortunately I don't have a TTL serial cable, need to get me one of those...
  16. Via ethernet or wifi. It sends the term signal to the tty, kills my connection and all LEDs come on and it just sits there, then I have to pull the plug on the power.
  17. The topic says it, when I reboot my MKV on the cli with the 'reboot' command it gets stuck with all LEDs on and I have to do a hard boot to get it to come back up. Anyone else have this issue?
  18. So I was trying to find a good place to put my stock antenna that came with my R820T SDR dongle, and the only place I found at my kitchen table was on my ceiling light above the table. I have a feeling that the way I have set it up it is quite close to being a reverse j-pole as my lamp is all metal and is grounded to my electrical panel. This said, with this configuration I am getting ADS-B signals up to 200km away and I am about 30 meters above sea level. Can anyone else confirm if this could be the cause or am I just lucky?
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