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  1. Hello, I haven't been around for a while and I'm interested in purchasing either Bash Bunny or Packet Squirrel devices. I'm not sure which would fit my needs better. I'm mainly wanting to be able to drop this device and use get a remote VPN/SSH connection. I'm just an amature messing with these devices for fun, so I feel like the packet squirrel can do this in a much more user friendly way. And it has expandable storage which is a big plus. Looking through the payloads on GitHub, I noticed the I Hate WiFi one is using wlan0, but I'm not able to find any mention of it having wireless onboard The Bash Bunny also has rubber ducky like capabilities, and only requires a USB port. As far as I'm aware there is not expandable storage options, but if it can create a VPN/SSH session I wouldn't mind losing that. I'm not concerned about the price difference, so I think my main question is if the bash bunny can create a VPN/SSH tunnel, and if there would be any benefit to getting one over the other for this purpose. Lastly, I'm wondering if the packet squirrel has wireless, or a USB port to add a USB adapter. I like the other things the bash bunny offers, but I'm mainly focused on remote access. Thank you for reading all of this.
  2. Hello I'm known as the local "tech kid" around the neighborhood, and I've been asked to do some stuff at a high school graduation later today. I brought up the same thing that that was done here, and know I'm trying to think of good SSIDs to broadcast. Any ideas? Thank you.
  3. At the thirty second mark of "Tiny Hardware Firewall Review"
  4. I've had it working with these same devices before, but that was many hard resets ago so I don't remember how I did it. And dropbear doesn't support anyrhing like verbose mode. It doesn't support -o StrictHostKeyVerification=no either, so I can't use that as a test. It does support dbclient -y -y, which is much the same. But I still get the same error this way.
  5. I've been having some trouble with my router lately. I'm trying to get everything set up for autossh. If I'm logged in to my router and try to connect to my device, I get this error: (192.168.1.176 is the Nano) However, if I'm on my Nano and try connecting to my router, it works perfectly. So it's like a one way connection. Both devices have all the proper keys added, so no passwords are needed. My router is using SSH-2.0 Dropbear 2014.63, and the pineapple of course uses SSH-2.0 OpenSSH 6.8. The firmware of the router is DD-WRT-v24 sp2 std P.S. I posted the question here as I don't think it's anything pineapple-specific. Feel free to move it if needed.
  6. He basically did everything I did. Almost word for word except the small changes like channel number/bssid/ and wlan1mon.
  7. So yesterday it occured to me that I've never actually cracked a WEP network. I've heard that it's extremely easy, so I figured I'd give it a try. From what I was reading I seen you needed clients connected, and they needed to be active. I took an old router with DDWRT on it and dropped it to WEP encryption and added three clients and booted up a Kali live cd. Step one: I put my card into monitor mode. (It's the ALFA NEH from the Hak5 store) Step Two: I ran airodump to start capturing the packets. "Airodump-ng -c 1 -w WEP --essid Fallen wlan1mon" (And I also tried everything again using BSSIDs, but no difference.) Step Three: Wait for IVs. Step Four: Speed up the process. A.K.A. Where the problem starts. The first step was to run aireplay-ng -1 0, I believe this is some sort of fake authentication. I got the message "Sending authorization request" over and over. One had (ACK) beside it, the rest said (OPEN). Next I needed to run aireplay-ng -3, which was supposed to look for or create ARP packets I believe. Unfortunately, It was showing that it was reading tons of packets, but never found a single ARP request. Considering by this time I only had about 200 IVs, I figured I was doing something wrong. So I decided to use automated tools to see if it worked. My first try was my beloved Wifite. "wifite -c 1 -wep -e Fallen" It gets all the way to the actual attack. Here it tries about seven different types of attacks (Chop-Chop, Fake Authentication, Ect) All of them fail, and by the time it's done I have about 19 IVs. Just for the heck of it I also tried to use the Fern-wifi-cracker, which wasn't any different. Thinking maybe it was either y laptop or the card causing the issue, I tried the same steps on my NANO. I used wlan1, and then also tried the NEH again. Can anyone tell me what I'm doing wrong here? Thanks. If you need any more information just let me know.
  8. Unfortunately I've never messed with PHP, so I can't make infusions or modules. But if you don't mind using SSH Wifite is a great way to go. I've never tried it on the nano but there is also AutoPixieWPS to consider, although it's limited to only pixiedust attacks.
  9. I have the S4 and mine works. Make sure on your settings you don't have the SSID hidden, and that you put it in the list of allowed devices.
  10. While the Nano doesn't have 5G or built in amplifiers, I believe it would work fine for this. You could always use something like kismet from command line, the pineapples have a nice UI that can record things. I'll upload an example of a report if you'd like.
  11. As far as connecting to hotspots, do this. First connect to the WiFi from the Nano's network page. Then on whichever device you have connected to the Nano, try to browse the internet. On that device it will show the portal. Example: Nano is connected to FreeWiFi My phone is connected to my Nano's AP On my phone, go to www.google.com The portal page appears, agree to the terms or whatever and click continue. Now the nano has internet access, and so do the devices connected. This has worked on every portal I've tried except for one, which used some weird form of mac address tracking. I never could figure out how to make it work correctly. So yes, some may be different, but this should work for most.
  12. The SSH server I'm using this with has a banner that authentication banner that displays whenever you connect with ssh (Just the standard, "Hey don't mess with this device!" type message). Will autossh still work with this server? If not, is there anything I can do about this, aside from removing the banner? Thanks!
  13. It's installed. Airmon-ng is part of the aircrack-ng suite.
  14. Word of warning, doing it this way will only allow wifite to scan for 5 seconds before attempting to start attacking networks. 5 seconds isn't long enough, I'd say 20-30 would be a better choice. 120 would be even better.
  15. I know a lot of devices will stop probing for other networks if they are already connected to one.
  16. Samsung Galaxy S4 Stock ROM (Rooted) It's an AT&T phone, but I'm using it on a different network, so I can only use wifi tethering, not usb. I use the JuiceSSH app.
  17. You need to re-add it to your known hosts. (It's a file in /var/root/.ssh/)I've you don't know what this is, and you don't use ssh for anything else, it's probably save to just rename or remove it. Run this command and try it again. mv /var/root/.ssh/known_hosts /var/root/.ssh/known_hosts_backup Whenever you connect to a device with ssh, your computer will save a fingerprint of the device. This is saying that the fingerprint of the device is different from what it expects, so it's blocking it. (Happens whenever you do a factory reset or something.)
  18. Thank you, adding this to rc.local let it run at boot. (The module doesn't allow you to change the "command to run" itself without editing the .js) I'll give this a shot, I need to be learning all of this stuff anyways, so here a good excuse for me to do so.
  19. Is there a guide on using this somewhere? I'm trying to set this up but I'm a bit of a noob when it comes to this. I have three devices here. A - Pineapple B - Ubuntu Server, remotely accessible on port 22 and 2222. C - Windows desktop with SSH client. I'm under the impression that I should be able to open my ssh client on A, and connect to B on port 2222 and get a shell on C. Am I doing this wrong? Whenever I try to connect to B on port 2222, its refused. It seems like nothing is listening on the port. All of my devices are in each others known hosts/authorized keys, so that shouldn't be a problem. Here is a picture of my configuration screen on the module, just in case it helps. UPDATE: I think I get it now. If I ssh from C (Windows) to B(SSH server) I'm now connected to the middleman sitting in between me and the pineapple. Then on B, I run 'ssh -p 2222 root@127.0.0.1' and I get access to C (Pineapple). Kinda weird, but I guess it works. Next step if finding out how to get to the pineapple gui from there. UPDATE UPDATE: A few reboots later and now it's working like I originally though it would? ssh -p 2222 root@B connects me to A (Pineapple) Now I just need to figure out how to get B:8080 to go to A:1471
  20. I'm not sure what the correct terminology is here, so I'm having trouble go ogling this. I want to be able to connect my nano to the internet someplace in china, and then be able to ssh into it from a computer at home. Kind of like a video on hak5 with the Lan turtle. I have a spare machine I could leave running at home if needed. And I've got a few services such as dyndns that I can point to my home ip. Can anyone point me in the right direction? Thanks
  21. Look at this guys review of the first one: "Smallest 300mbps wifi adapter I could fine & works as expected. Running Linux, it was hard to get working, though. The drivers on the StarTech.com site are very out of date for Linux. The device is a RTL8192EU & I had to find the deb package here: https://forum.ubuntu-nl.org/index.php?topic=86081.msg930664#msg930664-- It didn't work with the latest gcc, though, because a warning gets marked as an error. I had to repackage the deb by adding -Wno-error=time-date to the Makefile inside. Anyway, I did all this already I uploaded the new driver here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bza9ecEdICHGSjZMUWtmUHM2em8/view?usp=sharing it will work with DKMS too, so no need to recompile every kernel update." - Phr00t
  22. The first thing I would try is to reset it. If that doesn't work there are still other ways to fix it. Plug it in and wait for it to boot up, then hold the reset button on the bottom for about ten seconds. Also, are you sure you used the correct network settings? You can follow the windows setup guide to find them.
  23. Would this stop me from dropping the tx power to a lower level as well? I tried setting wlan1 to 19dBi, and it doesn't seem to be doing anything. Which is weird because it works on my other devices, and I'm pretty sure I had gotten it to work on the Mark 5 about a year ago. What's even weirder is that I plugged in the Alfa AWUS036NEH with a 9dBi antenna to test it, and by default I'm given a txpower of 30 which isn't even a legal amount. Luckily I don't plan on using the NEH with the nano so it's not much of a problem for me personally, but I wonder if there are others out there accidentally breaking the law.
  24. Eww Broadcomm.. Those type of wifi adapters rarely play well in my experience. I've used a tool called ndiswrapper to get wifi working on them in the past. But you won't have things like monitor mode, or master mode.
  25. I've used USB 3 with no problems. (With the Y cable) Maybe I just got lucky. When I get home I'll check what drivers it's actually using. Maybe windows downloaded then for me.
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