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  1. What is going on if the upgrade or the payload is not being copied from the disk to the device? I'm able to boot the device into arming mode and ssh into it but I can see that the payload on the disk is not being copied and when I try to flash the firmware it looks like it's not happening. The Owl looks like it's working or booting but not performing all of the steps it needs to either flash or copy and start a payload from the disk. It was working but now it's not and I've done nothing but try to load a payload or flash the device.
  2. Just an FYI: I just picked up a couple of CSR USB BT Dongles (amazon.com Multiform Bluetooth Wireless Adapter) and in regards to the Owl and the Bluetootn scanner payload this device doesn't work at the moment. I say at the moment because I might still have to do a lot of troubleshooting to see if I can figure out what is going on... but then again it probably just doesn't work for this purpose and I'll have to find out the hard way... Here is my console capture results when checking on this device: root@Owl:~# lsusb Bus 001 Device 002: ID 0a12:0001 Cambridge Silicon Radio, Ltd Bluetooth Dongle (HCI mode) Bus 001 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub root@Owl:~# hciconfig hci0: Type: Primary Bus: USB BD Address: 00:1A:7D:DA:71:11 ACL MTU: 679:9 SCO MTU: 48:16 DOWN RX bytes:574 acl:0 sco:0 events:30 errors:0 TX bytes:368 acl:0 sco:0 commands:30 errors:0 root@Owl:~# hciconfig hci0 up Can't init device hci0: Not supported (122) root@Owl:~# Soi you can see when I check lsusb it lists the device and even specifies it's in HCI mode. I can do a hciconfig to get an address (just learned that, thanks bif)... but hcitools returns that it can't be brought up because it's not supported for some reason.
  3. I'll continue this here but I think it might be better in the main Owl forum since this may no longer be a Payload problem or issue. @bif Thanks!!! Learning everyday and loving it... so I started looking into the hcitools and hciconfig on the surface and I don't think the Ubertooth is currently supported. When I do a lsusb I get: root@Owl:~# lsusb Bus 001 Device 002: ID 1d50:6002 OpenMoko, Inc. Ubertooth One so the Owl sees the Ubertooth plugged in. But when I do a hciconfig I get:nothing. I picked up a couple of CSR 4.0 Bluetooth dongles and I did the same things. When I do a lsusb I get: root@Owl:~# lsusb Bus 001 Device 002: ID 0a12:0001 Cambridge Silicon Radio, Ltd Bluetooth Dongle (HCI mode) When I do a hciconfig I get: root@Owl:~# hciconfig hci0: Type: Primary Bus: USB BD Address: 00:1A:7D:DA:71:11 ACL MTU: 679:9 SCO MTU: 48:16 DOWN RX bytes:574 acl:0 sco:0 events:30 errors:0 TX bytes:368 acl:0 sco:0 commands:30 errors:0 So it does show with this new dongle... BUT... When I do a hcitools hci0 up I get: root@Owl:~# hciconfig hci0 up Can't init device hci0: Not supported (122) root@Owl:~# I took a look at the hciconfig -h and tried to do a reset and still got a return that it wasn't supported... Now one thing to note on my end and I'm not sure what's going on if this is me or if there is a real problem. For me to do the text captures from the terminal and make sure I was making notes of everything I was doing I came across a problem where when I booted and SSH into the Owl i did the hciconfig and hcitools command snd nothing happened. Just nothing but a command prompt. I could have sworn I had the Bluetooth dongle attached, but I'm assuming that if there is not an hci capable device on the Owl the Owl will not load the tools. Is that correct? This is the dongle I just picked up. Is this a problem? Multiform Bluetooth Wireless Adapter P.S. Thanks for the info/help I really really appreciate it.. and I'm willing to keep experimenting to keep learning...
  4. The Owl will see the Ubertooth when you do a 'lsusb'. It doesn't list any local devices in the Owl when you do a 'hcitools dev' Thiis is what I get when I connect my Ubertooth: BusyBox v1.30.1 () built-in shell (ash) .___. {o,o} /)__) Hak5 Signal Owl " " Version 1.0.0 ======================================= Built on OpenWRT 19.07 ======================================= root@Owl:~# hcitool dev Devices: root@Owl:~# lsusb Bus 001 Device 002: ID 1d50:6002 OpenMoko, Inc. Ubertooth One Bus 001 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub root@Owl:~#
  5. I was able to connect my ALFA USB Long Range adapter to my Owl and it was recognized. I don't remember but I think the Owl defaults to the internal antenna but I was able to ifconfig and get information on the ALFA. I bought the Owl kit and it came with an RT5370 adapter/dongle that you can buy separately at https://shop.hak5.org/collections/wifi-gear/products/ralink-usb-wifi-rt5370. If you're trying for something like I'm thinking you might be 2.4Ghz WiFi does 11 channels so dedicating a dongle to a single channel would be about $66 before tax... I like to use Anker products so if you go with something like their 14 port USB data hub at https://www.anker.com/products/variant/usb-30-aluminum-14port-hub/68ANHUB-B14A for another $80... On that hub there would be room for 3 more devices so if you can get it to work you should be able to put a GPS dongle or ant. onto it. You just need to power it. My car comes with an AC outlet or you could find some kind of battery solution if you wanted to be more portable and mobile on foot or not be completely tethered to a car... I'd be interested to know if this works or how far anyone gets with this concept/project..
  6. Orca

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    Looks like you might have found an answer on your own but just in case... and I'm just learning myself so I could be wrong and would love to be corrected... The Owl is running on openWRT and can probably be researched at https://openwrt.org/. Specifically about packages it looks like you're correct with opkg and it can be researched at https://openwrt.org/packages/start.
  7. Yes, this is the result when I checked... BusyBox v1.30.1 () built-in shell (ash) .___. {o,o} /)__) Hak5 Signal Owl " " Version 1.0.0 ======================================= Built on OpenWRT 19.07 ======================================= root@Owl:~# hcitool dev Devices: root@Owl:~# lsusb Bus 001 Device 002: ID 1d50:6002 OpenMoko, Inc. Ubertooth One Bus 001 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub root@Owl:~# Is there something I coud/should do?
  8. Can it / will it use a Great Scott Ubertooth? I connected my Ubertooth and tried the Bluetooth Scanner without success. When I SSH into the Owl and do a 'hcitool dev' to list the local device it shows nothing connected or working. So, if I did everything correctly the Owl currently doesn't support use with the Ubertooth. If I didn't do something correctly or if I'm missing something let me know. It probably doesn't seem practical to use an Ubertooth with its size compared to other compact dongles but it was what I had available at the time. I have a couple of dongles on the way from Amazon.
  9. I hope it's appropriate to ask questions here. If not let me know, and move this if possible to where it's relevant. Can someone post a snippet of what to expect to see in the log if when this payload runs succesfully? I've loaded it to my Owl. I checked to make sure the payload is in place and attached it to an Anker power bank. When it's powered on eventually the LED is solid red and I'm not sure if that's the expected behavior. I took the Owl with this payload to my local mall to see what I could find and I know there are a few open access points there from the Starbucks, Apple Store, and mall wifi. When I got back home to check the loot directory I can see that a directory was created for this specific payload but there are no logs saved to it. I checked the USB drive attached to the Owl and it too had a directory created for the payload and it too was empty. So basically I'm have a small expectation of what to see but I'm not seeing it... Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
  10. I have not done this but I'm curious what the assumed or expected behavior would be and what should I see with the LED's in the following scenario, What happens if the Owl does not have a payload.txt and if the extensions folder is empty. What happens when the device is booted like this and there is no USB device attached. Will the firmware allow booting back into ARMING mode with a USB device attached and copy the payload and extensions over from it? Also, what is suppose to happen if an existing firmware is flashed back onto the device? Will it know that the firmware is already loaded and skip the process or does it just flash it over again? Would like to know just to avoid any mistakes or accidents and know what to expect. Thanks
  11. I can't seem to find that particular product in their offerings but I forgot I have an Ubertooth One that should do the same thing (I hope), it's just a little bigger. P.S, looks like a nice and interesting payload, can't wait to get it loaded and running, once I find a capable dongle... Thanks
  12. Just a quick qyuestion not so much abou the payload though... How did you get the Bluetooth dongle with your Owl? I purchased the kit and it came with the WiFi dongle but not a Bluetooth dongle, and I don't remember seeing it as a product sold throuh Hak5's pages... I'll look again but if I can't find it what do you recommend and if possible a link to point me to it? Thanks
  13. So what does it mean when the LED on the Owl stops blinking after a while? That's not on the LED activity list. I have a 4Gb SanDisk Cruzer USB drive that I formatted to Ext4. I put a copy of the latest firmware on it at the root level. I attached it to the USB port on the Owl farthest away from the tail of the Owl. Actually I tried both ports on the Owl. I attached it to my laptop to boot it up. As soon as the LED goes into fast blink mode I push the button once and it looks like there is some quick activity. I see some light activity on the USB drive too. Then after a while there is no activity light on the Owl at all. The light on the USB drive is solid which usually means it's not doing anything (reading/writing). So I wait a while like this hoping something will happen but nothing does. After a while I disconnect it and let it boot without any intervention by me and I eventually get the slow blink. How can I tell that it flashed correctly at this point? When it's done with the flash is the .bin file removed somehow or does it stay there?
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