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    Frontend Web Design & Development. Web Pages & Web Applications. Penetration Testing. Husband, Father and Full-Time Student. Content Creator with 10,000 Subscribers.

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  1. What exactly does this do? I also get extremely tired of opening it up and putting the MicroSD card in my Bash Bunny Mark II to change inject.bin and duckycode.txt files. I have written and rewritten so many and have so many stored on a Google Drive link for everyone and myself, but it does get annoying AF. Any hardware workaround to this? I know the button you hold down on the ducky before you insert it, but that was to flash the TwinDuck firmware on once. Does that put it in Mass Storage Mode too? Either way, I hope this script sets it in Mass Storage Mode. Otherwise, I would love to know how to easily swap out the MicroSD for scripts. I will try this out when I have some time. Thanks.
  2. I use my router (Internet connection Mode) exclusively and have no issues doing anything on it. Whenever I try to share access with it (go to network connections, find the Pineapple (AXIS something) and share it with my ethernet (I am directly connected, not to Wi-Fi), and it breaks my internet.
  3. @deuce022 Solution: Use the firmware recovery found here. This fixed mine, but export all your handshakes and data because it will wipe it all. Now mine is just turning off after several hours even though I have captured almost 200 handshakes so far, so I love this thing. My suggestion: Reinstall the firmware from that guide, it's easy. Set it up again and that will go away, mine did.
  4. Mine always works, but just to show you I will go ahead and remove those from my settings and see if there is a difference.
  5. There is a setting somewhere to "Do not show duplicates" Find it for sure it helped me a lot.
  6. And yes, I checked my Windows 11 Pro group policies and the power plan. USB and Internet devices etc., are never supposed to be suspended, or on some power plan, everything stays on except the monitor after 3 hours. Otherwise, I know when to turn something off. For now, my WiFi Pineapple works flawlessly, and I have captured over 150 handshakes and cracked almost 100 of them. But I fear I may need to contact support and possibly get a new one. It is only two months old. The attachment files are so small; here is a drive link with pictures of it running fine today and has not turned off in about 6 hours so far.
  7. I have not seen what you are speaking of. But yes, I enjoy the standard 'login to Kali, open Terminal Emulator, sudo apt update -y && sudo apt upgrade -y'. But I suppose Mark VII does not need this. It works fine without manually upgrading everything through the shell, but I would like the ability to. I am looking at writing scripts for it (I assume bash), more modules, main, just more of everything to make the most out of it. I have read my previous posts. I have successfully captured over 107 handshakes and cracked most of them via hashcat. I am just messing with it, same with the Bash Bunny Mark II and Rubber Ducky Deluxe. Last night, I did use Kali Linux 2021.3 to flash the ducky for TwinDuck, as I work in my college's IT department, and I have stated many times that I have Windows 10/11, macOS, and Linux Virtual Machines, PC's and laptops to test payloads and general Hak5 gear on. I image the desktops and laptops before and after, bypassing Sophos and Windows Defender or imaging without and trying them anyway. But only one person listened and responded on Discord, and we have been writing a lot together lately.
  8. I am a professional React Developer. You can check out my portfolio here and more work here, I am willing to help redesign the interface in React if @Darren Kitchenwants to.
  9. Edit - DO NOT DO THIS - it will force you to do a firmware recovery on your WiFi Pineapple. I keep trying to find a way to upgrade --all and this is not it First: opkg update Then: opkg list-upgradable | cut -f 1 -d ' ' | xargs -r opkg upgrade
  10. I was about to do this but I instead just clicked on WiFi Pineapple Mark VII from the main dashboard and it instantly downloaded the config file. Thanks.
  11. okay, so here is opkg update: opkg update Downloading https://downloads.hak5.org/pkgs/mk7/stable/1.1.0/packages/Packages.gz Updated list of available packages in /var/opkg-lists/mk7_community Downloading https://downloads.openwrt.org/releases/19.07.3/targets/ramips/mt76x8/kmods/4.14.180-1-d92769dc5268e102503ae83fe968a56c//Packages.gz Updated list of available packages in /var/opkg-lists/mk7_kmods Downloading https://downloads.openwrt.org/releases/packages-19.07/mipsel_24kc/base/Packages.gz Updated list of available packages in /var/opkg-lists/1907_base Downloading https://downloads.openwrt.org/releases/packages-19.07/mipsel_24kc/packages/Packages.gz Updated list of available packages in /var/opkg-lists/1907_packages Downloading https://downloads.openwrt.org/releases/packages-19.07/mipsel_24kc/routing/Packages.gz Updated list of available packages in /var/opkg-lists/1907_routing root@mk7:/pineapple# opkg upgrade only shows me a list of commands. I cannot find a documentation that lists all the commands with snippets and more detailed instructions on how to use it. If I could get some help I would write it myself. Here is a screenshot as well as several others I originally included: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1ZcrAeFqJh01-AqBCEu2Z1iSKgRnlHYfz?usp=sharing I can say opkg upgrade kismet but not opkg upgrade --all like winget, apt etc.
  12. Thank you for your detailed response. I found cutting the rockyou.txt down to 8-24 characters was enough to crack them using Hashcat and using the online converter for .pcap files. Otherwise, I run Windows 11 with Defender and allow all ports coming in and out that I want and know it needs, so that is not the issue. Okay, so when I run opkg update, then opkg list, why is there no opkg upgrade or opkg upgrade --all? How can I upgrade the ones I get from opkg update? Thank you so much once again for your detailed and considerate response.
  13. 1. Nothing, I just love the device since I have gotten almost 100 cracked handshakes from it. And @Darren Kitchennever even responds to me or on GitHub, so why would they be paying me anything? 2. A lot of tweaking. That goes with ALL Hak5 gear. I own the Bash Bunny Mark II, Rubber Ducky Deluxe, Mark VII Pineapple and several other newer devices. All of them require payload modification or creating your own. 3. Raspberry Pi's are amazing, but my VMware Workstation 16 Pro running Kali Linux rolling 2021.3 is WAY better than both, my Raspberry Pi is there to run PiHole. 4. I just had to opkg update / create a campaign that is aggressive, set PineAP to advanced, install all the modules and packages etc. And tweak with it, like all Hak5 gear. None of them work out of the box.
  14. I noticed another post where you cannot get all the Ducky payloads, so I went through the pain of downloading all the good ones, there are some missing I will add to, or you can if possible, and added them to Drive and Mega folders for everyone. Use https://ducktoolkit.com/ to encode the txt files, otherwise just download the ones that are encoded. https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/13Y1AlQ7YOASCHxDTcjRcr3jFtfb8DzNA?usp=sharing Mega won't let me so I added a .zip to the drive folder you can unzip and use as well in the folder in Drive above. Hope this helps. I got these from the Hak5 GitHub and Ducky Toolkit, and tried to encode them all but I am tired and will try to update this but I have been insanely busy lately so remind me, thanks.
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