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chrizree

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  1. Have you tried to reformat the SD card? Tried some other SD card? The bin file is a binary file, nothing strange with the fact that it looks like that.
  2. If you look inside the newly created device.config file, does the address of the server in the file match the actual server address?
  3. There are just two main things to learn from this; keep track of your passwords and always make backups! And on Chromebooks specifically, that should be no real issue if always saving things to Google Drive. In any way, the Ducky won't help in this case. It won't crack the security mechanisms of a Chromebook.
  4. Yeah, since that redirection is Windows related
  5. Do you really get redirected to http://www.msftconnecttest.com/redirect on Parrot and the Pixel? That sounds strange!
  6. I guess you are using a Windows PC, have you tried any other client type, such as visiting the portal using a phone?
  7. This is a portal you made yourself, right? Have you tried any of the premade ones by kbeflo just to verify that known working portals are executing as expected?
  8. I don't know what the developers of MDK use as reference, but most likely (based on "logic" about how the MDK syntax looks like when -S is used) they probably refer to "wireless clients" in the station perspective. STA (station) could really be an access point as well though in broader terms. Things do not need to be the same just because they all have a MAC address. Everything that is a part of a network today has a MAC address (at least the things we normally interact with, there might be some other types of networks out there still though). Just study the OSI model to see the relation
  9. Nano issues should be in the Nano section of the forum... What trouble do you really experience? I just fired up my Nano and retrieved the list of modules from the Hak5 repo and that worked all fine along with installing modules as well, so there are no problems regarding that procedure. Regarding installing modules for the Mk7 there should be no problems with that either. Could be a temporary thing (as mentioned) or try to connect the Mk7 to another network. It has solved module downloading issues for others.
  10. Using that setup, can you ping some IP address on the internet from the Mk7 (such as 1.1.1.1 or 8.8.8.8)? Just to verify if it's just DNS or if there's really no connectivity at all. Is the ICS service enabled and running on the Windows box?
  11. -S is in the help text of MDK4, it's for attacking a station
  12. If you have them on the same local network; what happens if you connect one of the Crocs to a different network (that of course has access to the C2 instance)?
  13. Did you successfully connect the Pineapple to any network to let it connect to the internet? I.e. some home wifi network. If so, can you see the Pineapple on that network?
  14. How long did you wait? It takes a while to get the logs loaded if you have had the C2 instance running for some time.
  15. The only mistake I can spot is the fact that ppl get their traffic sniffed without them allowing it to happen. Other than that... there is no mistake. The module works as intended. The question to ask is: "How many ppl are using web services in 2021 that is based only on http?" My answer is, "not many" and probably the reason why nothing gets caught in the net.
  16. lol, spitting in the face of the forum members won't help your situation, not a very wise strategy... I'm opting out...
  17. it's nothing I will spend any time on either, I'm perfectly OK with using an ordinary text editor and the official tools in order to create ducky payload scripts and encoded files
  18. What language is your "victim" using and what language have you specified when creating the inject.bin file? What's the result if you use the payload ducky code and encode it with an official tool, same thing?
  19. It seems as if you have done the vital steps. The network interface that should be shared is not the Mk7 one, but it seems as if you've gotten that correct. When you say "i changed the MK7 ip to 172.16.42.42 subnet mask to 255.255.255.0", I guess you mean the Mk7 network interface on the Windows PC, not on the Mk7 itself.
  20. Then you have the incentive and driving force to start developing those modules, exactly what is needed to push community driven module development, if there's a need somewhere, there's need for a "product" (module), those that do not have this need won't put time in it though, so someone out there must take the lead if they want it to happen
  21. I have several modules installed at the same time, so it should be no problem. Not sure what you might have messed up (if it was you at all), but if I would get stuck in such a situation, I would most likely do a firmware recovery and start over fresh.
  22. Do you have problems to get the Ducky to hit F12 in that specific scenario or to get it to hit F12 at all? Have you tried to use the "JS Ducky Encoder" (non Java) along with the language files for the Bash Bunny (F12 is specified in those language files)? https://downloads.hak5.org/ducky https://github.com/hak5/bashbunny-payloads/tree/master/languages
  23. That sounds odd, I'm writing this connected to my Nano that is connected to an AP using an RT5370 USB NIC (as wlan2). What Nano firmware are you on? Shouldn't matter really, but it's a good thing to at least be running the latest fw. What VID/PID does that 5370 NIC identify itself with?
  24. Have you tried to install Kismet on the Tetra?
  25. -E, yes, but not -e and with -E you should use an ESSID, i.e. an AP name, not a MAC address Look at this thread on how to "upgrade" mdk4 on the Mk7, it may help https://forums.hak5.org/topic/54576-mdk4-on-mark-vii-from-terminal/
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