Jump to content
Hak5 Forums

kdodge

Active Members
  • Content count

    117
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    1

2 Followers

About kdodge

  • Rank
    Hak5 Fan ++
  1. How can you config a Linux system from Web+php

    I'm assuming that user www-data is a member of group www-data. That said, and also saying that this could be considered a security risk, you can change the group permissions of the file to www-data sudo chgrp www-data /etc/network/interfaces
  2. Freedom

    This maybe your internet service provider, not necessarily your government. This is what can happen when you repeal Net Neutrality.
  3. problems deleting

    boot to a linux liveusb, mount the windows drive, then delete the file.
  4. USB rubber ducky simulator

    This is in C, not python. But Windows knows that software is not a human (not an HID) so it can't type a UAC bypass. I'm sure it will be the same in python too. https://forums.hak5.org/topic/39918-duckiesque/
  5. 15 Second Mr. Robot Hack question

    my posts keep getting blocked here. weird.
  6. 15 Second Mr. Robot Hack question

    It could be a lot of things, but you should start with checking if the file has write permissions to the server your running this on <?php $file = $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'] . "_" . date("Y-m-d_H-i-s") . ".creds"; if(is_writable($file)) file_put_contents($file, file_get_contents("php://input")); else echo $file.' is not writable.'; ?> run tcpdump with this to see if it's not writable.
  7. Exfiltration. Steal files.

    open a prompt, and try the command piece by piece. start with just the inner part: gwmi win32_volume -f 'label=''_''' see if you get anything or not
  8. My network was brute forced... I let them in lol

    on some *nix you can run netstat with the -p option to get the Process that is creating the connection. That might get you the backdoor that he is using. netstat -ntp
  9. Can't access SD card

    They are usually very good about fixing things like this for you. You just got to be patient, I would start by sending them an email.
  10. USB Rubber Ducky Firmware Documentation

    You can email them, and they will respond, but they only have like 3 people doing the work of a hundred so be patient! Plus with the launch of Packet Squirrel this week they are going to probably be really jammed. However, from the doc file above they mention "red flashing light" Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) I inserted my Ducky into a Windows Computer and nothing happens? The Ducky’s LEDs are programmed to provide feedback to the user, flashing green LED usually means the computer and Ducky are talking to each other. A flashing red LED means the Ducky can’t read the SDcard. Sometimes, the host OS is a bit slow and misses the Ducky’s commands while it is enumerating the device. The Ducky’s button acts as a simple reply button in its default setting. Try pushing the button on the Ducky… any lights? actions? Check that the Ducky’s button has not become stuck (thus, always entering dfu-mode). My Ducky is flashing Red, what now? The Ducky’s LEDs are programmed to provide feedback to the user: A flashing GREEN LED usually means the computer and Ducky are talking to each other. A flashing RED LED means the Ducky can’t read the SDcard. If you did not notice any LEDs: Sometimes, the host OS is a bit slow and misses the Ducky’s commands while it is enumerating the device. Try pushing the Ducky's GPIO Button it calls a REPLAY function? The Ducky’s button acts as a simple reply button in its default setting. However, this button is also used to put the Ducky into DFU-MODE. Check the Ducky's Button is not stuck. Try pushing the button on the Ducky… any lights? actions? Also you mentioned "updated the Atmel driver on it manually to the proper one". Which driver exactly did you use?
  11. Meterpreter/listener not working

    which tutorial are you looking from?
  12. Are you using an HID+Mass Storage firmware on the ducky?
  13. Strange quacking behaviour. Bug?

    just thought about a temporary fix you could try until the real fix comes: LED SETUP ATTACKMODE HID DUCKY_LANG no Q STRING ipconfig all > f:\loot\test.doc Q ENTER Q STRING ipconfig all > f:\loot\test.tx Q STRING t Q ENTER LED G 100 it's worth a try anyway
  14. VMWare Help

    an FYI, for debian-like OSs, the packages gcc-X-multilib are the ones that let you compile 32-bit programs on a 64-bit system. I had that problem a few months ago.
  15. Strange quacking behaviour. Bug?

    Try 2 more things if you will: 1. remove the line with the .doc in it completely and the next Q ENTER, see if it prints anything. 2. try adding a delay after the first Q ENTER and before the ipconfig second line
×