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  1. identify physical intruders SSID

    That is really cool! while having a read i stumbled on this that may or may not be it. It certainly sounds similar https://www.cs.cmu.edu/afs/cs.cmu.edu/user/fp/www/papers/wireless03.pdf https://github.com/dysonltd/gts Thanks for the info digip
  2. Nice one @Zylla, I noticed once your pineapple network was in the pwned list it was effectively ignored. Like you say ignoring our SSID/mac from the to pwn list or adding our SSID/mac to the pwned list permanently should work as a filter.
  3. Sniffing Cordless Phone

  4. Irc.hak5.org

    Use port 6697 and use SSL, SSlL is required.
  5. Unable to upgrade to 3

    I had similar but a manual upgrade worked for me - followed the "manual upgrade" instructions here (right at the bottom) https://www.hak5.org/gear/lan-turtle/docs Do you get any messeges during the flash? does it do the reboot after?
  6. cant get module

    Humm check internet connection/cable is plugged in and not loose. Try to exit out of turtle shell into ssh terminal and ping etc. - If you deffo have internet then I would double check everything over at https://www.hak5.org/gear/lan-turtle/docs If all that failed I would then try to manually install module manager again or worst case do a "manual upgrade" (firmware reflash).
  7. uci: entry not found

    Issue is still present in V3 firmware for me. "Fix" still works, Maybe just me?
  8. wifi nano

    Depends what you are doing. If you want to update or install modules - yes. If you want to give clients interent - yes If your deauthing a target - no If your capturing 4 ways - no etc.....
  9. identify physical intruders SSID

    I think this one is worth adding to the above list of excellent ideas especially if you cant stretch to scanning all channels live. Its useful in 2 ways by scanning multiple times and checking frequency of appearances, e.g. if your mobile it can flag up mac addresses that stay in range (following you?) and if your stationary it can flag up new mac addresses (new in the area). but its not scripting responses or anything fancy. I didn't realize that was possible, so had a google and found this - i guess its for LOS tho not including obstructions or interference so your sample and record may be better but could be thrown by different device output powers I guess. FSPL depends on two parameters: First is the frequency of radio signals;Second is the wireless transmission distance. The following formula can reflect the relationship between them. FSPL (dB) = 20log10(d) + 20log10(f) + K d = distance f = frequency K= constant that depends on the units used for d and f If d is measured in kilometers, f in MHz, the formula is: FSPL (dB) = 20log10(d)+ 20log10(f) + 32.44 From the Fade Margin equation, Free Space Path Loss can be computed with the following equation. Free Space Path Loss=Tx Power-Tx Cable Loss+Tx Antenna Gain+Rx Antenna Gain - Rx Cable Loss - Rx Sensitivity - Fade Margin With the above two Free Space Path Loss equations, we can find out the Distance in km. Distance (km) = 10(Free Space Path Loss – 32.44 – 20log10(f))/20 The Fresnel Zone is the area around the visual line-of-sight that radio waves spread out into after they leave the antenna. You want a clear line of sight to maintain strength, especially for 2.4GHz wireless systems. This is because 2.4GHz waves are absorbed by water, like the water found in trees. The rule of thumb is that 60% of Fresnel Zone must be clear of obstacles. Typically, 20% Fresnel Zone blockage introduces little signal loss to the link. Beyond 40% blockage the signal loss will become significant. FSPLr=17.32*√(d/4f) d = distance [km] f = frequency [GHz] r = radius [m]
  10. Deauth Dependencies always installing

    Take a look at the module. https://github.com/hak5/wifipineapple-modules/blob/master/Deauth/scripts/dependencies.sh Line 19 for the nano. Maybe try installing manually using same command in terminal and see whats going on.
  11. TETRA - Setup problem

    On the Y lead only one of the USB plugs has data, the main lead one. the USB plug on the smaller diameter cable has only power connected. BTW - This Y lead can also be useful for charging your phone etc. on unknown USB ports that you might find but are not sure what they are connected to.
  12. TETRA - Setup problem

    I would wait until they contact you and guide you through the fault finding process. But hypothetically if the Tetra was to work and the wall power supply also works then it would be safe to assume that the USB was overloaded by the tetra. This is why its supplied with a Y lead to give at least 2x USB ports worth of power. It states in the wiki that normal function needs 18W of power which your not normally going to get from 1x notebook USB port. Yes, i do this when mobile. but make sure i use the Y lead into 2x USB sockets.
  13. TETRA - Setup problem

    Just wondering if perhaps you powered the tetra from your notebook? trying that especially only using 1x USB port may have overloaded it - considering its a notebook. Maybe you accidentally switched off/unplugged the wall charger and left the USB plugged in to the notebook? Just thinking about what might have happened. either way, contact HAK5.
  14. TETRA - Setup problem

    Best contact Hak5 directly, highly unusual. Dont use your Tetra until you have spoken to them. https://hakshop.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/requests/new
  15. TETRA - Setup problem

    If its the HAK5 adapter then it should all be fine. I doubt it would kill the laptop that would be a super serious chain of faults if that was the case. But without seeing it myself i can only speculate. OK, there are multiple ways to connect to your tetra. Here is one I find quite reliable and useful as it also gives the tetra internet access. 1. Connect Tetra to home router using LAN cable 2. Connect a 12V 2A power supply to the tetra's DC power jack and wait for it to fully boot. this time you should see yellow LED also as that's lan activity. 3. When the tetra booted it got an IP from your router. You may need to log into your router to find out what that IP was, you could also nmap your network etc. 4. Once you know the IP the tetra has received from your router then you can browse to (for example) to reach your tetra.