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  1. Thank you! The pandemic basically took away my ability to have enough space to do the videos the way I had been. And it’s massively limited my available time. It’s been 8 solid months with no end in sight. I may have to make a jarring shift in how they are done (not that they are a high quality production thus far). Anyway, I’ve been giving tailored instructions on the next step inside the Slack channel for DemonSeed, if you are interested. In short, the final physical assembly depends on decisions you will make around the RF trigger. If you don’t want the RF trigger, then the physi
  2. Sorry, just saw this. FYI the Slack community tends to have much faster response times. Without seeing the exact problem... The jig has no active components on it, so it is fairly safe to rework the soldering. I would just clean up the solder with some flux and maybe desoldering braid/wick. If you want to share pictures, I can give better advice.
  3. The question is what is your need and what are your constraints? O.MG is for field use. DemonSeedEDU is for learning. DemonSeedEDU is basically the bare minimum for a malicious cable by using very primitive techniques. Everyone who has assembled the kit has had an increased appreciation for O.MG. O.MG looks identical to the target cable (better for Evil Maid/leave behind/etc), has 250x more storage space for payloads, 802.11 radio, onboard web server, payloads you can modify and trigger via wifi, boot payloads, location awareness, controllable via web UI/python/etc, self destruct, p
  4. all of those are answered on the blog entry found at https://o.mg.lol/ The exact differences have not fully been disclosed, and the features will likely continue to grow and evolve as we work on the firmware. That is a pattern seen with almost all of the O.MG hardware because we tend to develop the firmware with the community by providing very early access to those who are interested. In short, it took over 1 year to squeeze in keylogger functionality on top of the O.MG Cable without losing the existing functionality or increasing the physical size. But we realize not everyone needs all
  5. correct! Been extremely overwhelmed lately. But I am walking people through some next steps (basically ep7) on the slack server if you want to get an early start.
  6. That's a good option! We still have a pending project for adding multi layout to the Web UI. We did release a lightweight python frontend that makes it pretty easy to add your own keymaps if you are comfortable in python:https://github.com/O-MG/O.MG_Cable-Firmware/blob/master/omgtool.py
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    Thanks for the update! Yeah, that sounds like a non-breaking enumeration scenario. I'm still happy to chase the machine-specific issue in slack. We actually do a lot of firmware work based on customer feedback. Who knows, maybe you have a specific USB controller that wants to see some basic communication on the data lines when a device comes up. I'd be curious if the enumeration issue goes away if you plug the cable in with a device attached to the other end. We have avoided putting anything on the data lines in the name of stealth, but adding a custom option to "pacify" the the controller whe
  8. _MG_

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    Head over too the #omg-cable-support slack channel if you would like help debugging. This may be a windows specific issue, as it doesn't happen on Linux or OS X. I'm not quite sure what you are trying to do with AP Mode and Station mode in terms of "masquerading as an iphone" but maybe it will be easier to figure out the confusion in Slack.
  9. The usage of the O.MG Cable is much easier than any keyboard injection tool you have experience with. It's easy to think you must be missing something, but you aren't! It really is that easy. Check the help menu for a full listing of the payload syntax (it's basically all duckyscript with some custom commands). And there are some example payloads in the load menu. Don't be afraid to browse around the UI. And remember, you can always re-flash the firmware so don't be afraid to use things like the self destruct functions.
  10. You go to the web UI and start typing your payload. Then run it and/or save the payload.
  11. Which step of the setup instructions are you stuck on? https://github.com/O-MG/O.MG_Cable-Firmware/blob/master/README.md
  12. Yeah errors are needed or it’s impossible to say. I do know that Windows 10 has been extra painful for some people in relation to the USBAsp.
  13. As with all things RF, this starts with a big disclaimer: you will want to stick to the laws of where you live. There is a lot of flexibility with which radio you choose as you will calibrate to the frequency you choose. The biggest difference in performance will come down to transmit power of the radio you chose. More power is better, if you want range. I currently have a few common and low cost radios that I will be using to demo: 465MHz, 433MHz, 144MHz. You can see the results I had in the video below: https://twitter.com/_MG_/status/1229676873325498368?s=20
  14. I don't have any hard commitments there. I am personally trying to go for roughly once a month. The last few months have been very volatile for obvious reasons. Good news though, you are about to have a whole bunch of new collaborators that will hopefully bring some extra ideas. These kinds of kits are always much better with a group of people, in my opinion. https://twitter.com/_MG_/status/1262932857254633472
  15. Good idea! If you have been experimenting with what we starting in Episode 6, then you may have some ideas on certain environmental triggers that could be used. The antenna is extremely primitive, so actually reading RF from a wireless keyboard (if thats what you are asking?) wouldn't be very easy. But you may notice that things like the proximity of a person to the antenna can create noticeable patterns. So you could certainly utilize that 🙂 Many of you have probably already figured out how to implement the antenna concepts we started moving towards in Episode 6. But if you haven't, don
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