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  1. Question for y'all on hashes and Win7. A little background on my setup. I have a windows machine with a Kali vm, a WinXP vm, a Win7 Pro vm, and a Win7 Enterprise vm. I setup the same username and password on all windows machines and also made sure that user was part of the administrators group. So the same across the board. The hashes look like they are in two parts with a : between them. The second part seems the same but the first part is different between the WinXP vm and the Win7 Pro vm. Why is that? Both vms have an admin account and those hashes are both exactly the same. So the two hashes work but why are they different? Same user name, same member of the groups, and most importantly same password. Second question. I have a Win7 Enterprise vm running. Did exactly the same to it as I did with the Win7 Pro vm yet every time I try either of the hashes I get a STATUS_ACCESS_DENIED. What makes Enterprise different? My first setup was a Linux box using KVM with a WinXP vm and a Win7 Enterprise vm thinking it was Linux or something else going on but I can now confirm that Enterprise is the issue. If anyone has any info that would be great. If not no big deal. I'm going to create a Win7 Pro vm on my linux box and see if it works as planned. Which I assume it will. Thanks.
  2. Dan_C. I'll take it if your just going to pitch it.
  3. Thanks aethernaut. I completely forgot about that website. The decoder works great and I can now see what all the random inject.bin files are that I have. Thanks.
  4. Ok so maybe I'm searching it wrong but is there a somewhat simple way to reverse an inject.bin file? I have a duck, I have a ton of scripts, and sadly I have several inject.bin files running around and I have no idea what does what. Simple solution, just have them attack a VM. But I'd be curious how easy it would be to throw one in some type of hex or oct dump and see what I can see. So far it's not working out too well for me because all I'm seeing from a hex dump are random numbers. If anyone has done this or if you could point me in the right direct that would be great.
  5. I just checked out my network and firewall files on my lan turtle and they are exactly as you have above except my option forward on the vpn zone is set to ACCEPT not REJECT as mentioned above. Hopefully that'll fix your issue.
  6. Change option forward from REJECT to ACCEPT config zone option name 'vpn' list network 'vpn' option input ACCEPT option output ACCEPT option forward ACCEPT
  7. My apologies. I made the wrong assumption that you either had made the network changes to the turtle or that it had come with that already taken care of. (I had heard that new turtles already had that done.) I don't have the turtle with me but later today I'll log into it and show you what I had to add/change on mine. I believe it's all in the network file, maybe a little in the firewall file. There are some lan turtle 101, 102, etc videos that Darren did a while back and one of them tells you exactly what needs changed. I had thought it was in that Hak5 video but maybe it wasn't. Either way I'll get you that info later today. Sorry about the confusion.
  8. So you followed that Hak5 video to a T. You were able to setup OpenVPN AS. You were able to create two OVPN files and put one on the turtle and one on your "off lan" machine. That's 99% of it so why would I or anyone else take the time to right a complete set of config settings when you would read through them and say yup yup I did all that already??? All we are down to are three small areas. Did you configure the OpenVPN AS reverse gateway correctly? Which is give it an IP: and check those two boxes above it. Which at this point you almost make it sound like your not sure what I'm referring to. Did you configure the lan that the turtle is on correctly? Ping every device you want to see and make sure at least a ping works. Can the turtle see a computer on that lan and can the computer on that lan see the turtle? Then lastly did you setup the turtle correctly which at this point if you followed the video it should be but we can walk through it if the other two sections above are completely proved out and work. I just recently set all this up for the packet squirrel and it worked flawlessly. Then I took it all apart when I was done. Two days ago I put it all back together, dusted off my lan turtle and got it to work flawlessly as well. So your just about there. Don't give up, we'll get there.
  9. When you created the ovpn file for the turtle on OpenVPN AS I see the VPN Gateway is set to Did you also check the box for Allow access from "all server-side private subnets" and "all other VPN clients?" When you SSH into your turtle from your off-lan machine can you ping your on-lan machines from the turtle?
  10. Just wondering, and please correct me if I'm wrong, but Cloud C2 is a way to remotely control or admin your hak5 gear at say a clients location right? So as long as the device can connect out it can connect to this cloud c2? I'm sure from there you can hop out of the hak5 device and on to something at the clients location but what if I had a piece of software that needed to connect to a device at a clients location? On my own I've used OpenVPN to connect to a packet squirrel or lan turtle. Then looking through those devices I can be on a clients network. Will the Cloud C2 ever give us that ability? That would be huge for me so I was just wondering. Thanks.
  11. I'm in New England. I know New England is small and all...but it really isn't all that small. Got a bit more specific place in mind?
  12. Can I ask a question? I know this may be the wrong place for it but why do the developers at Hak5 hate the wifi pineapple mark v so much? Not looking to start a rant or anything. Just looking for a few simple honest answers from the developers. The mark v was such a bit hit for you guys and gals several years ago. It has the same chip as the nano. Only difference I see is the package and the second wireless chip. I know there are a few more smaller differences but again if the core is the same chip why so much hate? It's the one product that many of the hak5 supporters have including myself, we want to continue to use it, and the developers very much dislike it for some reason. Could we at least get the tools and infusions to support it ourselves? Please?
  13. So what can I get for the items listed above? I'd like seriously look into selling them. I'm thinking ebay might be best that way they can be bid on, sold and shipped in a safe method, and I guess paid for by paypal (yuck!). Not messing with any of that digital currency stuff... So give me some safe bets on what ya'll think this stuff is worth. I'll probably list each one by itself on ebay. And to give you an idea of the condition of the items listed above...the wifi pineapple is still in it's original box with all manuals, plug adapters, and the sticker is even included.
  14. Thank you RazerBlade. And Foxtrot my intentions were not to cause this. I just simply wanted to point out that while yes there are NEW hak5 videos out, none of them have been on the packet squirrel. Recently. And since back in 2003 when I started purchasing items from hak5...they have never run a sale on a new product followed by an even better sale due to a holiday. Prices may have fallen over time or may have even gone up over time but never a quick jump like this. I for one was just a bit upset that it felt like a slap in the face to people who (sale or no sale) would go out and support an organization and then find out they could have saved a few $$$ by waiting. Had this unit been like the bash bunny where a day after it came out there were scripts everywhere, I probably wouldn't have said anything. But there really isn't as much going on for the packet squirrel. I hope there is in time...but as of right now there really isn't. For a little guy like me who doesn't post much I was honored to see Seb and Darren on my post. I thought to myself wow these guys are going to chime in and say just wait...this packet squirrel is going to be amazing... But they didn't... They just continued the joke. So if this is all just a joke, at the expense of my hard earned cash, then it clearly explains this post and why the items that I purchased are up for sale. Thanks to all. I had fun over the years. I learned a lot from hak5 and everyone on here. But I don't have time for jokes and this was quite the wake up call. So I'm out. Feel free to delete my posts if you'd like.
  15. Nice to see no new videos at all on the site. And that everyone can joke around and blow me off. Oh my stuffs for sale if anyone wants it...
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