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Dave-ee Jones

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  1. Dave-ee Jones

    Tetra battery recommendation

    So dodgy powering the TETRA by combining different power sources..It might seem like a good idea for field work but at the same time..nah.
  2. Dave-ee Jones

    Is it possible to hack an elevator?

    *Ahem*. Just another word for WAN.
  3. Dave-ee Jones

    Bluetooth dongle idea

    Sending screenshots (or other files) across Bluetooth wouldn't be a huge problem - you might have to send it a few kBs at a time (Windows/Android/iOS more than likely does that).
  4. Dave-ee Jones

    Bluetooth dongle idea

    Hoi! THIS MOST LIKELY HAS ALREADY BEEN ASKED SOMEWHERE ON THE WEBTERNETS but every result that Google comes up with is completely different. Anyway, we all know of bluetooth keyboard and mice that are permanently paired to a USB dongle. Plug in the USB, it gets messages sent to it from the keyboard/mouse and inputs HID commands to the PC. Easy. I would like to do the exact same thing with a phone. Have a USB dongle permanently paired with your phone (at least on the USB end - the phone can freely connect/disconnect) and pass mouse and keyboard events to it through an app. Power would, obviously, be provided over the USB port. How good would that be, considering it's just generic HID, to plug into a PC and walk away and start typing commands and stuff? You could potentially get a live screen view over USB (or even emulate a display adapter). This could easily be extended to macros, shortcuts and maybe even software-passthrough. Would be very neat. I can definitely see this as a Hak5 product as well. A universal, tiny, USB dongle that plugs in to pair to your phone. Just an idea - maybe it's already been created and someone can link me? 😄
  5. Dave-ee Jones

    SMB Exfiltrator

    $exfil_dir="d:\" It's just a directory string.
  6. Dave-ee Jones

    Locksmith failure

    Not necessarily - Windows 7 requires the product key, Windows 10 installs don't always pick it up but usually it does, Windows 8 is dodgy..
  7. Dave-ee Jones

    Locksmith failure

    Simplest thing to do would be reinstall Windows from an install disk. You can use Heidoc to download the Windows version you want (keep it the same as is currently installed so you can use the key). Probably best to change out the HDD while you're doing this so you can install to a new HDD and have grab the Windows product key from the old drive (if it's not already on the bottom of the laptop - in which case just install onto current HDD) using produkey or something similar and pointing it at the registry hive on the old HDD.
  8. Dave-ee Jones

    Connect Bash Bunny directly to hard drive to extract files

    You could potentially do it if the BB could get into host mode (OTG cable, maybe?). Might need to make some software changes though.
  9. Dave-ee Jones

    Wpa2 crack

    Yeah I've got one of the Samsung 860 EVOs. Considering an M.2 but can't justify spending another $500 or so just for extra read/write speed..
  10. Dave-ee Jones

    Wpa2 crack

    I wonder how fast my 1080 Ti could do it... 20 seconds, maybe?
  11. Dave-ee Jones

    Blown a chip. Help?

    Yeaaaaa, almost 30V and 3A.. It should only need around ~12V and 2A..
  12. Dave-ee Jones

    Blown a chip. Help?

    What do you mean by powerful cord.................
  13. Dave-ee Jones

    Is Server-less app hosting a real thing?

    I think it's based on Lambda. That's the name of the JS script on the front page.
  14. Dave-ee Jones

    Bash Bunny as screen to hide HID

    Have a look at nircmd. You can write a simple script like this with it: cd %~dp0nircmd nircmd monitor off timeout /t 3 nircmd monitor on Turns the monitor off, waits 3 seconds, then turns it back on. Although, there are drawbacks to using nircmd - for example it's an executable so it could be detected by an AV (although, I'm running an AV and it hasn't removed it - may be different when it's on a USB and been run by cmd though).
  15. Dave-ee Jones

    42.zip bomb

    FYI.. 1 PB = 1024 TB 1 TB = 1024 GB 1 GB = 1024 MB 1 MB = 1024 KB 1 KB = 1024 B Therefore 4.5 PB = 4.5 * 1024 TB = 4.5 * 1024 * 1024 GB = 4.5 * 1024 * 1024 * 1024 MB = 4.5 * 1024 * 1024 * 1024 * 1024 KB = 4.5 * 1024 * 1024 * 1024 * 1024 * 1024 B = 5,066,549,580,791,800 B = 5.0665496e+15 B Therefore, 4.5 PB =5,066,549,580,791,800 B. Qwik maf. Don't worry - you were only ~500 trillion Bytes out (I think). 🙂
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