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  1. Decoy

    LAN Turtle 3G

    Has anyone played around with the new LAN Turtle 3G yet? Obviously there's a place for a SIM card. Are there decent "data only" SIM cards?
  2. Decoy

    Packet Squirrel/PCAP Timestamp

    This was actually mentioned in their "Let's Code" video when the Packet Squirrel was first released - so it's a known "issue". It can be done by syncing with NTP; however this can't be done in Transparent mode. You would need an IP on the target network with Internet access in order to accomplish this. While it might not be perfect, and might require some parsing on your part - you could always snag Timestamps from HTTP headers as well when returned across the wire.
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    snifing phone messages

    This is a pretty decent article explaining how it can be done: https://ferrancasanovas.wordpress.com/cracking-and-sniffing-gsm-with-rtl-sdr-concept/
  4. Decoy

    Can't install SD card

    What do you mean, "Pineapple peeps"? I don't know if I should feel proud or offended.
  5. Decoy

    HakShop Concern

    That's precisely my intention.
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    HakShop Concern

    So I was able to change my password by pretending to forget it; however it might not be a bad idea to introduce a legitimate feature on the account page for this. Please let me know if I am just blind and can't find it anywhere.
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    HakShop Concern

    Hello, I don't know if I am blind or what - but I can't seem to find where to change my Hakshop Account password ANYWHERE. Is this functionality not available? It looks like the only thing I can add/change is my address. Thanks, D
  8. Decoy

    Meterpreter fun

    It has python, PHP, as well as Bash.
  9. Decoy

    Kali on Nexus vs Android

    I agree with the ugly pocket; however I do like the idea of using nethunter on a phone while wardriving. It's easier to use my mobile device and slap an alpha card onto my passenger side window or driver side window as opposed to using a laptop.
  10. Decoy

    What is the packet squirrel?

    Yes, I'll need to add it to my collection as well - but I still want to know what it is.
  11. Decoy

    What is the packet squirrel?

    Is there more info in this yet?
  12. Are we talking strictly Mobile Browsing? The new Focus browser from Firefox is decent, and seems to tote privacy as its primary purpose. If we're talking desktop, I think Firefox is the way to go as there tend to be more plug-ins available for specific tasks. I was really excited for the Mantra Browser (variation of Firefox) from the OWASP project, but support seems to have fizzled out. There hasn't been an update in quite some time. This browser came bundled with a suite of plugins and pre-configured settings for web application testing. Check out some videos when you get the chance, it was pretty slick.
  13. Social engineering is a viable option. There's no way to spoof the 4-way handshake. Look at wifiphisher or fluxion for some examples. You could use the EvilPortal module to serve up a firmware update page, and get the key that way; however this would require deauthing the crap out of the actual wifi AP, and hoping the user clicks on your open hosted version. Some people do...
  14. Decoy

    Network is unreachable

    Awesome. Enjoy the Nano.
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