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Quentin James

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  1. Thanks @trapman16 for your prompt reply. I'll follow the steps in the link as soon as I can. Excuse the noob question, but I've been trying to find a way to attach screenshots and all it lets me do is paste a link. How do I attach a screen shot?
  2. Hey guys, I recently received my HackRF One after having experimented with an RTL-SDR USB Dongle in the SDR# software. I first set up Pentoo Linux and tried out GNU Radio Companion as suggested by Mike Ossmann himself. However I was a little discouraged when I found out that some things had changed in GNU Radio Companion since the making of his tutorials and "blocks" that he made use of are missing in the newer versions of GNU Radio Companion. Today I tried to use the HackRF with the SDR# software. I had been using it very easily with my RTL-SDR previously, and I used "Zadig" to install the WinUSB (v6.x.xxx.xxxxx) driver for the HackRF One. I started up SDR#, selected HackRF One as the input device and started the capturing. I got a lifeless waterfall diagram with fixed "spikes". When I set the tuner to a specific frequency where I know there is a radio station transmitting I can't see anything but jibberish of very small constant amplitude. (apart from those few fixed spikes) This is definitely not due to my location/bad reception as from the same location using the same antenna the much cheaper RTL-SDR captures good quality FM Radio. So far all I've found out is that those static "spikes" are probably because of the DC power related to the HackRF. Tried messing with LNA Gain and different Demodulation Techniques. Other than that I am clueless. Am I missing some step in setting the HackRF up? Any ideas as to why this is happening? In Pentoo, "hackrf info" command works. Is there some other way to find out if I have a defective unit? Any help is greatly appreciated. Quentin.
  3. Hi guys, I've been learning about how Metasploit functions over the same LAN, but recently I've been trying to find clear information on Metasploit's application in a situation where a reverse connection is to be implemented across a WAN, but have not come across a lot. I am not able to port forward, both my ISP and myself have tried (super silly situation). Therefore I am only interested in ways of acquiring a reverse connection over WAN without the use of port forwarding. Would be grateful if anyone could mention some tools/services/techniques used to accomplish this, or direct me to a good information source. Thank you, Quentin
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