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  1. Windows has to install drivers to get the duck to work. Are you sure they are being installed during the OOBE? Can you get the duck to do anything during this? Like type your name or anything? If you can get it to do at least something then it's probably a timing issue. Throw a few second delay at the beginning to make sure windows has time to load up the drivers.
  2. The Mark V makes a new TV appearance? It's funny too cause I just dusted mine off yesterday. I'm watching TV today and saw Angie Harmon come on and talk about identity theft. Then Leno appears and talks about something...then they show the bad guys and sure enough they are using a Pineapple Mark V! Thought it was pretty cool. Looonnnggg commercial though. DVR FTW! Guess it was some combo through Norton, Lifelock, and some VPN.
  3. So your kidding me if I type airmon-ng I get command not found. If I type sudo airmon-ng the command runs just fine. Rather than the good old days where you get a small reminder to be root or to use sudo...nowadays we just say command not found? Dumb...
  4. Ok am I missing something? I'm using the latest 2020 VM version of Kali just for testing and helping others. Aircrack-ng is installed but when I type airmon-ng or airodump-ng it says command not found. I've uninstalled aircrack and reinstalled aircrack and still nothing. I built my own VM with kali 2020 and install all tools and airmon-ng and airodump-ng DO work. So what am I missing in the prebuilt VMs? Why is this so hard all of a sudden? Side note but I've noticed over the years the VMs seems to have less and less or less and less work out of the box. Is there a reason for this? I typically use 2018 or very early 2019 versions as the newer versions seem to be purposely broke. Any input would be great. Google seems to understand my question but gives me no sites that have any worth while answers.
  5. What version of Kali are you using? I don't know what the heck I'm missing but my 2020 vm has aircrack but not airmon or airodump. So I'm curious what I'm missing.
  6. I don't know that I've ever done an upgrade before. Were you using KDE on 2020.1? And then after the upgrade it defaulted back to XFCE?
  7. So in vmware it seems that I can get the AWUS036NEH to work on Kali 2019.2 and before but NOT Kali 2019.3 and forward. Using uname -r I get: Kali 2019.2 => 4.19.0-kali4-amd64 Kali 2019.3 => 5.2.0-kali2-amd64 So I guess when the kernel went from 4 to 5 we lost support for the AWUS036NEH. I also have an AWUS051NH and so far it works on everything up to 2019.4. I haven't tried the 2020's yet as I have to modify my VMs and I haven't done that yet. I'm also downloading the ISOs as I want to see if the AWUS036NEH's work in those as Mauley stated. I'm curious why it would work in an ISO and not on an installed OS or VM. I'll update when I have more info.
  8. Upgraded from what? Did you do a fresh install? Looking through their site they said if you want anything besides XFCE download the "installer" iso not the live iso. Then it'll give you an option at install for KDE. Hope this helps. If not let me know and I can dig a bit more.
  9. I did the same tests on my desktop today with USB3 only and everything seemed to work fine. Guessing a driver issue or maybe it is some sort of hardware issue. Let me know if you end up trying anything else.
  10. Welp I couldn't replicate the issue. I downloaded the dev win10 vm, set it to usb3 and plugged in the bunny and the payload worked. My laptop is older though. It's a second gen i5 but it's hanging in there. I'll try it on my desktop which actually has usb3 ports on it and I'll see what that one does. I wouldn't think it'd be cpu, ram, or hd. Maybe a motherboard driver?
  11. OblivionX thanks for your kind words. It's nice to know that I can help out every now and then. And thanks for the reminder on the extension pack. I had a n00b moment...comes with old age! Ok so virtualbox at the same level as yours, extension pack the same as yours. Only difference is my laptop is older so I'm only using USB 2.0. I downloaded MS's Edge Win10 VM and made my own Win 10 VM and both worked fine. You mentioned the win 10 developer vm which I think is that 20ish Gig vm. I'm downloading that now and will give it a go. Depending on the results of that, maybe try the 2.0 USB option rather than 3.0? I'll let you know what I find. I think I may still try all this on my desktop since it has USB 3.0. Cause I really want to see it screw up! Actually I'll see what happens if I try the USB 3.0 options on my laptop and see if that makes a difference. Thanks.
  12. That is so weird. Well I set everything up on my laptop and I need to see how to make USB work better (or even work to begin with) in virtualbox. Works like a champ in vmware. I may have to resort to my desktop so I'll let you know if I have any luck. But with vmware I had zero issues. As far as length I didn't have to modify the payload, however I noticed that sometimes the switch tag doesn't always work so I just hard coded it.
  13. Well I have a win10 vm in vmware and got it all to work without issue. I'll try virtualbox but it might take a bit longer since I'll have to make the VMs for it
  14. Well first thing would be to connect a keyboard and see if you could use it to type the password. Then write down what key strokes you used. Then write the rubber ducky payload to mimic what you did on the physical keyboard. I don't know that I've ever seen a for loop on the ducky before so you may have to go through the sequence by hand. Or at least automate the coding process.
  15. The string you have above is quite large to pick apart character by character. I do see several that are missing or capitalized. Is this the real output you get from your vm or are there a few mistakes when this was typed in? It's hard to troubleshoot when I'm not sure what's at fault here. Not faulting you, I just want to make sure I know for sure that what you have above is the exact output and not a typing issue. I mean is your output really LABE and NAM??? You could use the Q DELAY or QUACK DELAY command to delay an entire line or even parts of a line if you are somehow missing characters every now and then. I'd put a QUACK DELAY 1000 right above this line and see if it helps at all. Or put one mid way through and see if that helps a bit. I'll see if I can get the same result on mine.
  16. That's interesting. I've never tried it on a computer with an MS connected account. I'll have to give that a shot. I wonder how that works, if it actually keeps a hash on the computer since it isn't a local account. But that's cool I'm glad you got it to work.
  17. Explain your setup, what your trying to do, and what your powering off and back on. Thanks.
  18. VB won't help you. Just take your program apart line by line and run it in either the run window, the command line, or ps. It's really quite easy and I do that all the time. More than likely if your payload isn't working then the timing is too aggressive. Put longer delays between lines. Add delays between lines and enters (that's a big one). Just delay the crap out of your payload. A lot of payloads on here are way too aggressive. I know the ducky is fast at typing but if it's still typing a huge line and ENTER is the next line and there's no delay between them, I've seen it not finish the previous line before hitting enter. Slow it down, verify it works, and slowly speed it back up to where it either runs or it doesn't. Which payload are you trying to use?
  19. Does pivoting still work? I did an online class recently and it seemed like everything was ok but I could not get a reverse shell using psexec. Anyone have luck with that? I was using kali 2019.2 and .3. Psexec worked on the first network, it saw the second network but refused a reverse connection. I was using meterpreter reverse tcp. The two boxes I were using were Win10 boxes in which I knew the usernames and passwords. Just as a proof of concept I tried the same thing but used two xp boxes with the same setup. Kali had the same issues using MS08-067. It would connect to the first box but refused to pivot. I ended up trying parrot which i think was 4.7 and it worked fine however I had to use a reverse tcp bind. Went back to win10 and couldn't get parrot to work psexec. So just wondering if I'm missing anything with pivoting? I'm adding the route, it shows it's added, I can ping it. Just can't get a reverse shell. Any help would be great. I have the VMs powered down at the moment but can bring them back up to give exact answers to any questions. Thanks.
  20. NAS, print server, stuff like that.
  21. I was all excited thinking it was a new payload that blew up routers or something. 🙂
  22. You know I thought that too but a fresh install of Win10 1903 and I still get hashes running quickcreds. So I have no idea why it still works on mine. I suppose I could leave the machine on for a while and let Billy-Bob install a bunch of updates and see if I still get hashes after that. Might be interesting to see.
  23. But that's the thing that I think your getting confused on. There are no USB static IPs on computers that are just sitting around. When you plug in the lan turtle via USB you are creating that "virtual" network. There was nothing there before it. So by default it'll be dynamic (DHCP). I can't think of a reason of why you'd want to make it static but I guess the option is there. But it is not a TRUE ethernet network. Think of it as a virtual network between you and the lan turtle or that pc and the lan turtle. So hopefully that wasn't too confusing but to answer your question above. If the computer has a static IP of 10.10.50.102 that is a physical ethernet connection. The lan turtles 172.16.84.x network is a virtual network between the lan turtle and that computer. So that computer will automatically get am IP of 172.16.84.x. It'll still have the 10 network because that's a different network. So at that point it'll have two networks. Hope this helps.
  24. Just going by your message and nothing else. Are you referring to the network connection over eithernet or the network connection over USB? Cause those are two different things. When you plug in the lan turtle over USB to your computer it makes it's own "network" connection and get a DHCP IP from the lan turtle. Once you know what it's IP is then you could give your PC a static IP if you prefer. If you are referring to the lan turtle's network port, it's been a while but I believe you give the turtle itself an IP to make the network your going to plug it into. At least that's how I've done it in the past.
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