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  1. Solar Eclipse 2017

    eclipse2017.nasa.gov/safety
  2. Solar Eclipse 2017

    Actually.... according to NASA's website Looking directly at the sun is unsafe except during the brief total phase of a solar eclipse (“totality”), when the moon entirely blocks the sun’s bright face, which will happen only within the narrow path of totality (https://go.nasa.gov/2pC0lhe (link is external)). from here:
  3. Solar Eclipse 2017

    There will be a Total Solar Eclipse August 21, 2017 across a large part of the continental United States. It will be a bucket list event and I urge you to go see it if you can!
  4. Openvpn On a Pi

    Good to hear that you got it working, I'll have to take a look at that video as well, thanks.
  5. Openvpn On a Pi

    yeah, that was my bad, all the eth0's should be wlan0's, you are correct about that one I don't think you need the line iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -o eth1 -j MASQUERADE it should be ok without this I think, but you probably might need the other masq command bummer about "no host command", it's my goto for network trouble shooting Yeah, the iptables -L should dump the current set of rules, if "iptables-save" command is installed, its gives a much more detailed readout of the current set of rules, but if host isn't installed, I don't have high hopes. Its might be somewhere in the :filter:OUTPUT: section thats getting blocked, thats were I'd start to look.
  6. Openvpn On a Pi

    ping: sendto: Operation not permitted This is common when an iptables rule is blocking traffic. One thing to check in your rules is to look for -A OUTPUT -o eth+ ..., cause when you connect up using openvpn, you will probably need to add/change it to -A OUTPUT -o tun+….. It’s something to check anyway
  7. Openvpn On a Pi

    can your lan turtle look up a host's ip address? host forums.hak5.org or does it return a "connection timed out; no servers could be reached"?
  8. PIA Open VPN

    My thoughts are that you might be missing forwarding rules for iptables. You don't have to list the output, but can you run # iptables -L -n if the output is empty with just Chain INPUT (policy ACCEPT) Chain FORWARD (policy ACCEPT) Chain OUTPUT (policy ACCEPT) then you probably need to add a few iptables rules (most likely POSTROUTING) also is Wan0 in managed mode or master mode (is it acting as an AP or a client STA)? you can check with: iwconfig wlan0 again, you don't have to post the output, just check the mode. probably the wlan1 too while your at it.
  9. OpenVPN

    try adding the tag --daemon myopenvpnprog this should allow you to run it as a background service and not require an active terminal
  10. PIA Open VPN

    can you run this command and post the output? # iptables-save | grep -e FORWARD -e POSTROUTING
  11. for those people that don't know any better: do not give up your employees email addresses, its a joke.
  12. Sandisk Wireless Connect 16G Flash Drive

    is the Sandisk Wireless Connect, act as an access point, and have a web interface for configuration?
  13. [Official] DNSMasq Spoof

    the "6" is (probably) DHCP option 6 This option specifies a list of DNS servers available to the client. The servers SHOULD be listed in order of preference. you can read about that part of the dhcp protocol here: www.networksorcery.com/enp/protocol/bootp/option006.htm
  14. USB sniffer for.....

    linux has a usb sniffer built in. $ modprobe usbmon then you can use wireshark to sniff the USB line that you want to. Get ready to be over whelmed ;)
  15. Bash Bunny Screen Logger

    It would probably be a whole lot of difficult coding. These are some current linux USB OTG drivers that are already available (in general for linux), You would probably need one that does video out if you could find one (or maybe make one???) g_zero (CONFIG_USB_ZERO) g_audio (CONFIG_USB_AUDIO) g_ether (CONFIG_USB_ETH) - implement a 'Communication Device Class' (CDC) Ethernet device to create a 'USB to Ethernet' network connection. g_ncm (CONFIG_USB_G_NCM) - implement USB CDC NCM subclass standard. NCM is an advanced protocol for Ethernet encapsulation and allows grouping of several ethernet frames into one USB transfer. g_mass_storage (CONFIG_USB_MASS_STORAGE) - acts as a USB Mass Storage disk driver. Its storage repository can use a regular file or a block device specified as a module parameter or sysfs option. g_serial (CONFIG_USB_G_SERIAL) - behave as a ACM Serial device to create a 'USB to Serial' connection which can be used to interoperate with MS-Windows hosts or with the Linux-USB 'cdc-acm' driver. g_midi (CONFIG_USB_MIDI_GADGET) - acts as a USB Audio device with one MIDI input and one MIDI output. g_printer (CONFIG_USB_G_PRINTER) - channels data between the USB host and a userspace program driving the print engine. g_cdc (CONFIG_USB_CDC_COMPOSITE) - provides two functions in one configuration: a CDC Ethernet (ECM) link, and a CDC ACM (serial port) link g_acm_ms (CONFIG_USB_G_ACM_MS) - provides two functions in one configuration: a USB Mass Storage device and a CDC ACM (serial port) link g_multi (CONFIG_USB_G_MULTI) - A multifunction composite gadget that can provide Ethernet (RNDIS and/or CDC), mass storage, and ACM serial link interfaces g_hid (CONFIG_USB_G_HID) - A Human Interface Device (HID) gadget that provides a generic interface for things such as keyboards, mice, touchscreens g_webcam - A Webcam Device
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