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  1. Got the LANO208B USB -> Ethernet adaptor as a part of the Hak5 kit. Anyone know of any special drivers etc that the adaptor needs? When I plug it I get no connection. comp <-> usb adaptor <-> cat5 to switch/router. no link Thanks
  2. Pulled out another turtle (ssd model), using same lan cable etc it connected no prob and could ping. Looked at the settings and noted the route table has entries for the 192.168.0.1 net (still hooked directly to the cable modem hub). Shouldn't the turtle update its routing tables automatically? I ask as the per my previous post, the 3g model I'm having issues with doesn't have any 192.168.x.x entries in its route table. While I could manually add the routes, that wouldn't do much good in a deployment (I think they might notice If I pull out a laptop and start configuring in on location lol
  3. Standard cisco branded linksys, no mac filtering etc. But to leave no stone unturned, I connected directly to the cable modem and had same results.. going to go back and refresh the firmware using a different computer (and I'll stick to the turtle reset button method based on your advise not to use the cli route). Ah, sorry I didn't pickup on what your asking. Yes I did use the one from the link you sent and just to be sure I did it again after reading your last post. Here is the output of a few things to try and give you (or anyone wishing to help), a
  4. First and foremost, thank you for responding 🙂. a for your question, sorry but I didn't pickup on what you were asking before. But yes I did use the one from the link you sent and just to be sure I did it again after reading your last post. Here is the output of a few diags (to try and give you or anyone wishing to help, as much info as possible - I attached the output from "dmesg" on the Turtle as well) Steps: checked Internet connectivity using the lan cable I'm using for the Turtle to verify computer had connectivity. Then I did the firmware load using the rese
  5. Downloaded turtle-5.bin performed reset using the above (both using the turtle web page at 192.168.1.1 again SCP the file over to turtle) Also note had to switch my mac's connection over to my other AP to avoid IP conflicts. Switched back to org AP after updates On both occasions I was watching the USB 10/100 in settings- both times connection dropped and the restarted and the amber light on turtle did its 3x blink pause, 3x, pause ..... repeatedly Checking at this point: Turtle connected to iMac va USB and I ssh to root@172.16.84.1 Turtle DHCP obtained 192.168.1
  6. I've done a factory reset twice (once through the web page (192.168.1.1), and once using the manual method. Both times the turtle comes back, lets me log in via ssh. Password reset works fine and when I plug in the network cable it gets assigned an IP. But no Internet connection and while it has a lan IP it can't ping the router. when I show route table on the Turtle is shows the 172.16.84.x routes but no others and the amber light continually blinks 3x pause then 3x over and over. ("I've checked the cable using another system and IP is assigned and Internet works). Any suggestions?
  7. would be easier if you routed the traffic through Burp suite (free version) or zap web proxy (OWASP site).
  8. google hashcat xldm (http://blog.infosecsee.com/2015/02/cracking-password-protected-word-excel.html) (if its the IT Director he should pop for a hashcat compatible vid card if you don't have one already) :)
  9. appreciate that, but if your life is anything like mine a little bit of time is a hard hard commodity to come by :)
  10. Given that its know to be inoperative and abandoned, wouldn't it be a good idea to either archive it off or make a note in the modules management page? Or is there a pinned post somewhere with the modules status that i've missed? Thankfully I only waisted a single day before finding out the module was inoperative. :)
  11. Things have gotten really hectic and haven't had the chance to do this up right. But since someone asked about it, here is a brief rundown on how I setup node.js You will need to setup a URL that you can use. I was a lazy and setup a DYNDNS to point back to myself then used VMs in bridged mode and let them run (it was simpler for me to open the inbound port I used on my FW when ever I was testing and close it afterwards). Next - I Installed node.js on Kali. I followed these instructions (https://relutiondev.wordpress.com/2016/01/09/installing-nodejs-and-npm-kaliubuntu/), whe
  12. I've got the backend server up and running and curl commands work (I can send cmds to the client via the backdoor across the Internet). Working on a hiccup - once i have it resolved I'll post a walkthrough on how I set it up if anyone is still interested in it for their own lab. The hiccup I'm working on is on the client side... Bunnytap runs, collects cookies but ws isn't opened and it appears the backdoor isn't getting installed (i.e. cached) during the run. I can manually open the backdoor file I copied over to the client in the browser and it triggers the web service connection and at t
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