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  1. OK:D Just installed it, and testing now... I HAVE to try that drink:

    It didn't even crash after installing Jasager.

    login as: root
    root@192.168.1.1's password:
    
    
    BusyBox v1.4.2 (2008-12-01 23:41:48 EST) Built-in shell (ash)
    Enter 'help' for a list of built-in commands.
    
      _______                     ________        __
     |       |.-----.-----.-----.|  |  |  |.----.|  |_
     |   -   ||  _  |  -__|     ||  |  |  ||   _||   _|
     |_______||   __|_____|__|__||________||__|  |____|
              |__| W I R E L E S S   F R E E D O M
     KAMIKAZE (7.09) -----------------------------------
      * 10 oz Vodka       Shake well with ice and strain
      * 10 oz Triple sec  mixture into 10 shot glasses.
      * 10 oz lime juice  Salute!
     ---------------------------------------------------
    root@OpenWrt:~# root@OpenWrt:~# ipkg install haserl_0.8.0-2_mips.ipk
    -ash: root@OpenWrt:~#: not found
    root@OpenWrt:~# ipkg install haserl_0.8.0-2_mips.ipk
    Installing haserl (0.8.0-2) to root...
    An error ocurred, return value: 1.
    Collected errors:
    Package haserl wants to install file /usr/bin/haserl
            But that file is already provided by package haserl-dev
    root@OpenWrt:~# ipkg install webif_0.3-10_mips.ipk
    Installing webif (0.3-10) to root...
    Installing haserl (0.8.0-2) to root...
    Nothing to be done
    An error ocurred, return value: -1.
    Collected errors:
    ERROR: Package haserl (parent haserl) is not available from any configured src.
    Failed to download haserl. Perhaps you need to run 'ipkg update'?
    root@OpenWrt:~# ipkg install haserl_0.8.0-2_mips.ipk
    Installing haserl (0.8.0-2) to root...
    Configuring haserl
    Done.
    root@OpenWrt:~# ipkg install webif_0.3-10_mips.ipk
    Installing webif (0.3-10) to root...
    Configuring webif
    Linux OpenWrt 2.6.21.5 #1 Mon Dec 1 23:47:40 EST 2008 mips unknown
    Linux OpenWrt 2.6.21.5 #1 Mon Dec 1 23:47:40 EST 2008 mips unknown
    system type             : Atheros AR2315
    Linux OpenWrt 2.6.21.5 #1 Mon Dec 1 23:47:40 EST 2008 mips unknown
    Downloading http://downloads.openwrt.org/kamikaze/7.09/atheros-2.6/packages/Packages
    wget: bad address 'downloads.openwrt.org'
    Downloading http://downloads.openwrt.org/kamikaze/packages/mips/Packages
    wget: bad address 'downloads.openwrt.org'
    Downloading http://downloads.x-wrt.org/xwrt/kamikaze/7.09/atheros-2.6/packages/Packages
    wget: bad address 'downloads.x-wrt.org'
    An error ocurred, return value: 3.
    Collected errors:
    ipkg_download: ERROR: Command failed with return value 1: `wget --passive-ftp    -q -P /tmp/ipkg-MR7CUD http://downloads.openwrt.org/kamikaze/7.09/atheros-2.6/packages/Packages'
    ipkg_download: ERROR: Command failed with return value 1: `wget --passive-ftp    -q -P /tmp/ipkg-MR7CUD http://downloads.openwrt.org/kamikaze/packages/mips/Packages'
    ipkg_download: ERROR: Command failed with return value 1: `wget --passive-ftp    -q -P /tmp/ipkg-MR7CUD http://downloads.x-wrt.org/xwrt/kamikaze/7.09/atheros-2.6/packages/Packages'
    Committing new firmware id ...
    Device: La Fonera (ACCTON MR3201A)
    Committing new device id ...
    SUCCESS! Webif^2 installation appears OK. Welcome to X-Wrt!
    You may need to do a hard REFRESH to clear old CSS style from your browser.
    Reinitializing httpd ...
    killall: httpd: no process killed
    Done.
    root@OpenWrt:~# ipkg install webif_0.3-10_mips.ipk
    Installing webif (0.3-10) to root...
    Configuring webif
    Linux OpenWrt 2.6.21.5 #1 Mon Dec 1 23:47:40 EST 2008 mips unknown
    Linux OpenWrt 2.6.21.5 #1 Mon Dec 1 23:47:40 EST 2008 mips unknown
    system type             : Atheros AR2315
    Linux OpenWrt 2.6.21.5 #1 Mon Dec 1 23:47:40 EST 2008 mips unknown
    Committing new firmware id ...
    Device: La Fonera (ACCTON MR3201A)
    Committing new device id ...
    SUCCESS! Webif^2 installation appears OK. Welcome to X-Wrt!
    You may need to do a hard REFRESH to clear old CSS style from your browser.
    Done.
    root@OpenWrt:~# ipkg install libruby_1.8.6-p36-1_mips.ipk
    Installing libruby (1.8.6-p36-1) to root...
    Configuring libruby
    Done.
    root@OpenWrt:~# ipkg install ruby_1.8.6-p36-1_mips.ipk
    Installing ruby (1.8.6-p36-1) to root...
    Configuring ruby
    Done.
    root@OpenWrt:~# ipkg install r
    resolv.conf                      ruby-rexml_1.8.6-p36-1_mips.ipk
    resolv.conf.auto                 ruby_1.8.6-p36-1_mips.ipk
    root/                            run/
    ruby-core_1.8.6-p36-1_mips.ipk
    root@OpenWrt:~# ipkg install ruby-core_1.8.6-p36-1_mips.ipk
    Installing ruby-core (1.8.6-p36-1) to root...
    Configuring ruby-core
    Done.
    root@OpenWrt:~# auto                 ruby_1.8.6-p36-1_mips.ipk
    -ash: auto: not found
    root@OpenWrt:~# root/                            run/
    -ash: root/: Permission denied
    root@OpenWrt:~# ruby-core_auto                 ruby_1.8.6-p36-1_mips.ipk
    -ash: ruby-core_auto: not found
    root@OpenWrt:~# root/                            run/
    -ash: root/: Permission denied
    root@OpenWrt:~# ruby-core_auto                 ruby_1.8.6-p36-1_mips.ipk
    -ash: ruby-core_auto: not found
    root@OpenWrt:~# root/                            run/
    -ash: root/: Permission denied
    root@OpenWrt:~# ipkg install ruby-rexml_1.8.6-p36-1_mips.ipk
    Installing ruby-rexml (1.8.6-p36-1) to root...
    Configuring ruby-rexml
    Done.
    root@OpenWrt:~# cd /etc/init.d
    root@OpenWrt:/etc/init.d# ./httpd_gargoyle stop
    root@OpenWrt:/etc/init.d# ./httpd start
    root@OpenWrt:/etc/init.d# ./httpd_gargoyle disable
    root@OpenWrt:/etc/init.d# ./httpd enable
    root@OpenWrt:/etc/init.d# cd /temp
    -ash: cd: can't cd to /temp
    root@OpenWrt:/etc/init.d# cd /tmp
    root@OpenWrt:~# ipkg install jasager-madwifi_1.ipk
    Installing kmod-madwifi (2.6.21.5+r2568-20070710-atheros-2) to root...
    Configuring kmod-madwifi
    Done.
    root@OpenWrt:~# ipkg install kmod-gpio_2.6.21.5-atheros-1_mips.ipk
    Installing kmod-gpio (2.6.21.5-atheros-1) to root...
    Configuring kmod-gpio
    Done.
    root@OpenWrt:~# ipkg install jasager_2.1.ipk
    Installing jasager (2) to root...
    Configuring jasager
    Install finished, testing that it worked ok
    SUCCESS! Jasager installation appears OK. Welcome to Jasager!
    To view the web interface please visit http://<fon>:1471/
    Stopping any currently running Jasager sessions
    killall: tail: no process killed
    killall: logwatch: no process killed
    Starting Jasager
    Install finished. Please reboot to ensure all drivers and demons are loaded correctly
    Done.
    root@OpenWrt:~#

  2. Thanks for the reply digininja:) I didn't write this in my first post, but i tried to connect to random SSID's from my vista box, which Jasager should have responded to if it worked, but i couldn't connect.

    Hmm, then i'll not be able to install jasager untill you've released the rebuilt madwifi?

  3. Hi guys!

    Me and my friend Vcent just got the Fonera 2.0 Beta.

    I followed digininja and other peoples suggestions, and used this guide to flash it using the AP51 Easyflash utility (ap51-flash-gui.exe) to flash the gargoyle_1.0.0_beta3-fonplus-2.6-vmlinux.lzma and gargoyle_1.0.0_beta3-fonplus-2.6-root.squashfs files to the router.

    Then i installed all the ipkg's including Jasager, and it worked fine.. But it never broadcasted other SSID's than the "La Fonera", regardless of the diffent ones i added using the different confiuration options the Jasager Webif provides, like adding a whole bunch of SSID's.

    And i couldn't connect to the La Fonera SSID using my computer.

    So i decided to try over, but the Easyflash utility suddenly didn't work, and i had to use redboot manually. I did that using the guide at Fon's Wiki, and everything worked fine, including flashing from redboot, but it wouldn't work properly aferwards, LAN+WAN+WiFi all were broken, so i decided to try again, but now with the Gargoyle firmware.

    But i really am NOT a Redboot nerd, so can anyone give me some advice on how to flash the Gargoyle firmware using Redboot?

    Any help greatly appreciated!

  4. I was wondering if there is a USB Hacks section because when I try to access it I get this message.

    The topic or board you are looking for appears to be either missing or off limits to you.

    It might be because I don't have the proper access

    You weren't logged in.?! That could be it...

    That makes the existence of this thread even more impressive :lol:

  5. change the system time to 20 minutes ago and see if you can go online

    Hmmm.... good idea, how should we carry it out?  :cool:

    Ohh, that's simple: Shut the computer down, guess the bios password (which in... about 5% of all cases might be set), then guess the windows logon password.. or make a librarian log you on.. simple.. maybe :D

  6. 7zip undo and zip in .rar?

    Well, i don't believe there's an undo function, but hey, NO archivers support that - except maybe for Windows' crappy built-in zip FM...

    And 7-zip extracts rar files, but it can't pack them..

  7. This sounds to me like a little trojan starting off dont get me wrong it might be for good reasons but this is how some viruses are starting to go now.

    Well.. you don't really believe that we all are white hats???

  8. Our library uses pc reservation. I killed the process, and it resulted in my session being terminated, the librarians notified, and I got fined. Anyways, I found out a few things.

    • [li]Most libraries use PC Reservation[/li]

    [li]Most have cmd disabled (can be re-enabled, check the tips section for my thread)[/li]

    [li]Most will freeze if the program is terminated during use (already logged in). So, we need a way to run the payload BEFORE the session starts[/li]

    PWNED a bit, but well done :P

  9. Quick question. Does this still work without virus scan catching it?

    I believe that it depends on which virus scanner you use.. But i'm quite sure that _some_ detects one or more of the files... You may look at my package. Even if AV catches it, nobody can find out that it originated from you usb drive, as the "viruses" will be extracted to %temp%.

  10. Well, it still doesn't work. I redownloaded the .zip from the link you posted in your first post here (this one). Still when I klick run.bat it dows something and in the end shows C:, but there are no files in $backup.

    I tried it with the batch-file to make the folder visible and yeah, it got visible, but still there were no files in it.

    Okay...

    If you will let me take a look at the output of the bat, i can surely find the reason to the problem.

    To do so, enter a new line, containing

    pause

    at the end of run.bat. Then, after c: has popped up, scrool to the start of the cmd window, and select all the content of the window. Then press enter to copy, and then pm me the text. (your username and ip will be shown in cleartext, you might wanna hide those and other things, feel free to do so)

  11. Image.7z does _not_ contain the logfiles, only the hack itself. To get the logfiles, make your computer show hidden files and folders, then open the folder named $backup (if i remember correct). Inside that folder is a file, encrypted using the password "haxx0r". Open it, and you have the logfiles.

    I have a problem: When I run "run.bat" it does everything it's supossed to do and in the end pops up C: just like you said. I can see the $backup folder, but there are no files in it and it's 0 bytes big. I'm sure I can see hidden folders and files (otherwise I wouldn't be able to see $backup and run.bat).

    Tried to fix it. There was a bit of confusing naming in the run.bat, fixed it now.

    Try the latest updated release now.

    If you still don't see the file, make the following code the contents of a .bat file, and place it in the folder where you extracted the 7zBlade-files:

    attrib -H  $backup
    attrib -H +R $backup/*.*

    Then run it. It will make the logfiles visible again. (hand-coded with no testing, but is is so god damn simple, that it should work)

  12. Thanks for the reply at such short notice!

    How ever i try'd it still no succes i just use Win rar to unpack the files should be fin but all i see is the bin folder!

    Then when going in deeper i only see the pwdump.exe and stuff!

    Any help?

    Do u know any other only pass steal payloads?

    Image.7z does _not_ contain the logfiles, only the hack itself. To get the logfiles, make your computer show hidden files and folders, then open the folder named $backup (if i remember correct). Inside that folder is a file, encrypted using the password "haxx0r". Open it, and you have the logfiles.

    Just to clarify: To 'run" the hack, you have to open the bat file. If you need to run it without a CMD window, open the .vbs file.

    When it is finished, it will alert you by popping c: up in explorer.

  13. What are the function's of this mod

    And where does it store the Passwords?

    And does anyone know a payload (non u3 Don't care if av's can detect it) that only steals all passwords?

    The function is almost the same as the other switchblade versions. It steals messenger and outlook passwords, gets network info, public ip, installed updates, and a whole lot more. But as a bonus, it's the only package that's is able to steal the Windows Live Messeger Chatlog. All conversations are copyed to the flashdrive, and encrypted.

    Even if the AV detects a suspicious file, it won't be able to reference that file to the drive, because all files are extracted to a temporary folder upon start.

    It does NOT steal windows password hashes, simply because i want it to work on limited privelege accounts.

    It is very customizeable, uses a lot environment variables, which makes it very easy to add stuff.

    You need 7-Zip (http://7-zip.org/) to modify the package, and to view the logfiles. Take a look at "run.bat", if you know batch programming, i hope it will be very easy to understand.

  14. Well,my computer seems to be kinda immune to Gandalf's package too,haven't tested with the others...yet... :p    //Maybe a code error?

    Chill down, Hackling 8). I am trying to fix it.

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