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Vectre

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    Computers .:. Gaming .:. Mr. Robot .:. Coffee .:. #PEBKAC

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  1. As a follow up, I ended up using Lastpass due to it being a lot cheaper than Dashlane (I'm a poor student :P). However now I'm slowly migrating everything over to Passman which runs on my own Nextcloud instance. It means that I can host my passwords myself and have full control but still access them from multiple devices. Passman is far from perfect but is certainly getting there, one day I'm sure it will fully replace Lastpass for me.
  2. Yeah, my bad I got some of that wrong but this basically says my concerns. In fact, since the original post I've moved from Dashlane to LastPass as, in all honesty, it just works...really well.
  3. Oh man, thankfully it's pay day tomorrow. I know what I'll be buying myself!
  4. Yep, you can! Got one setup on the desk next to me in fact. Just plug the your USB Type-A to micro USB cable into the second port on the pi (not the one that says power) then when you plug it into the PC it will power it and send data. :)
  5. I'm going to guess that you mean using ducky script remotely and so I'll tailor my answer to that: Not that I'm aware of but you could use Kali Nethunter on a mobile device and ssh into it remotely then execute a ducky payload by using it's Duckhunter module. It doesn't work anywhere near as well as an actual Rubber Ducky but it's a good alternative if you can't afford one. Only limitation is you would need a Nexus/Oneplus device (also it executes a LOT slower). Hope this helped. :)
  6. Quick update: My Pineapple arrived today, four days after ordering it and only cost me £3.79 import/duty for the UK. So I'd say that was pretty impressive! I'm really impressed with it - definitely recommended!
  7. Well that's lucky...I've just ordered my first WiFi Pineapple! :)
  8. Ah okay. Thanks guys. It's pay day for me tomorrow so I know what I'm going to be buying myself.
  9. Huh, never seen this project before. Definitely something to take a look at! Anyone on here tried it?
  10. I suggest Python because it's really easy to learn and is used in most linux-based pentesting tools. If you wanted to do "hacking" as in malware and stuff (not recommending it) learn Visual Basic. Tools such as the DarkComet Rat require a crypter, most commonly written in Visual Basic, to make them undetectable. It depends which route you want to go.
  11. Anyone had any experience of UK Shipping from the Hakshop? I'm thinking of getting my hands on a Pineapple Nano but not entirely sure how much duty/VAT I'll have to pay when it comes through customs. Also how long does UK shipping usually take? Cheers.
  12. Wow. That's pretty cool! Nice one for getting it working. I think I might have a mess around and try it on my S6 later.
  13. No problem. Good luck with learning! :)
  14. Did CompSci at GCSE and learned Python during it, you don't really go too in-depth so you probably won't have too much trouble. Fantastic resource that's free is CodeAcademy - https://www.codecademy.com/learn/python. That's how I got started. Python is very versatile, lots of people criticize it for being slow as it's an interpreted not compiled language. However this isn't really applicable unless you have a VERY complex program. At that point, you would probably not be posting on here. :) Just a piece of advise, once you've completed the course and have a basic understanding of Python (and programming principles) start a little project. Whether it's a Python compiler for Duckyscript, or whatever, you learn so much more this way as you gain practical knowledge from reading sites like Stack Overflow and you then have something to show for it which really makes it worth while.
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