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  1. Hey guys - When I try to run the nmap scan, I'm not able to configure a log location. I select the "Log - Choose Log Location" from the turtle gui, but I don't go to another screen, it just flashes the same screen. I setup sshfs just fine so I don't clog up the internal storage on the device, so ideally I'd point the nmap to /sshfs. Any ideas? Known bug? Anyone else able to reproduce this? Thanks in advance telot
  2. Hi, Sometime a go I came across this talk from DefCon 19: The guy mentions the raspberry pi, but the turtle should be able to do this with minor modifications to the bridging code? Possibly have a flag on the code of whether to enable / disable the patch? The rest of the code is actually documented as a script on a pdf as well. Tim
  3. I got my turtle yesterday, and playing around in the cli I've found arpspoof, tcpdump, dsniff, hping3, and ettercap. All ripe for module-making! I'm sure I'm missing some others - what nuggets of goodness have you guys found? This turtle must be mcdonalds, cause I'm lovin' it! telot
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