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  1. I have been playing with wifite.py on my device, and I noticed I ran out of space. /tmp/ is 100% full ... how can track down large files and remove them?
  2. You need 2. One for 5GHz and one for the 4.2 GHZ band. Someone said use the RIGHT side (with lights facing you) for lan1, I found that to be not correct. I got better signal with both antenna on the LEFT side.
  3. Just bought 2 Alfa 9dBi WiFi Booster SMA OMNI-Directional High-Gain from amazon and should get them tomorrow. I was a little confused on what 2 I need to replace for wlan1 (The attacking and monitor set of antennas). I will let you know how well they work.
  4. I would need 4 for the Tetra correct? Could you provide some links to where I can get them (like Amazon). 9-10dbi sounds perfect... go big or go home...
  5. Thank you Sir. The only other thing I noticed is the USB WiFi also had it's red light on (solid, not blinking).
  6. Lets start by saying, I know almost nothing about antennas. What antenna do you use? What is the dBi on the stock antenna (I did not see it on the product page). I prefer omni, but I was told if you want distance, you need a directional antenna. I'm open to suggestions..
  7. So, with my TETRA today, i was testing it out and playing with it in the tatical bag. I needed to shut it down, so while on the 172.16.42.1:1471 site, I clicked shutdown. After a few sec, they wifi went away (as expected) but the red light was still blinking. I waited about 4-5 more min, the red light was still flashing, so I just unplugged it. Restart seems to work fine... but when I run the shutdown command from the website, I expect it to "turn off".... Is anyone else having this issue? Am I missing something?
  8. I got the RALINK USB WIFI RT5370 from the hak5 shop, and when the tetra is in the tactical bag, wlan2 keeps failing. IE: after just a few min I loose wlan2 client connection and I'm literally just a few feet away. I often have to unplug the USB and plug it back in to fix the issue (it fails again within a few min). It also won't notice the USB Wifi after the tetra restarts, once again, I just unplug the USB and plug it back in. Does this happen to anyone else? Is it a heating issue? Should I get a different USB Wifi? Thanks!
  9. I went with 2 of the http://www.amazon.com/Anker-PowerCore-Portable-Recharges-Panasonic/dp/B013HSWY5K It's been working great.
  10. I apologize for my mistake, I thought becuase things like "bashrc" did not work, that it ment it was not "bash" but called something else... Sorry about that. I did however go download easy-creds from SF and it is just a .sh file... I did not test it on the TETRA.
  11. Does not look like it. root@Pineapple:~# opkg search easy-creds root@Pineapple:~# opkg find easy-creds root@Pineapple:~# opkg search '*easy*creds*' root@Pineapple:~# opkg find '*easy*creds*' root@Pineapple:~# opkg install easy-creds Unknown package 'easy-creds'. Collected errors: * opkg_install_cmd: Cannot install package easy-creds. Oh, and it looks like "easy-creds is a bash script" meaning it won't run on OpenWRT anyway.... TETRA uses BusyBOX I think?
  12. It looks like there is a package already for aircrack-ng called "besside-ng" but it's not in the list of installable packages... I'm going to looking compiling my own and moving onto the device... not sure what this will take yet... but it sounds like a good feature I want...
  13. Thank you, I did not see this video... if it's on the Tetra, I should be able to locate the module and just read the code... I'm not trying to steal anything, just trying to get ideas on how to code this up. I had a few ideas: 1: Auto handshake find all AP in range, deauth them and the clients that it can find, get handshake or give up after X min (clean it and change to hashcat format). Then move to the next one and try again. 2: Wash / Reaver auto crack. Will try bully on all AP in range, and if it gets a WPS lock, move on to the next one... Once all completed in range, start over again and resume... (so AP's with longer time outs will still cracked sooner or later) but you can move on to others while waiting.
  14. Hello, I'm a PHP developer, but I'm very new to BASH scripting and making a backend script work with a webpage. Where can I find docs or a tutorial on how to make a module for the TETRA? How can I view the code of modules that have been already created? like the recon module? Can modules hook-into the stock options? (Example: on recon page, there is a drop-down arrow that allows users to add SSID to a pool, could a module "hook" into that and add another option?)
  15. That is expensive, and I would need 2 of them? I know it needs 18 W, but I'm not sure on how to check if 1 of them can produce that amount.....
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