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  1. Hi, I know there seems to be a flood of this on here right now. I've tried a few things, I am clearly overlooking something though and could use another set of feedback. OS: Kali-Linux WP: Mark IV w/ 3.0 ran the wp4.sh script and pretty much used all the default settings. made sure the wifi pineapple was plugged into my NIC on laptop POE on the WP my wireless card is connected to my home gateway I manually change the NIC card on the laptop to manually use I can connect to the WP, but do not have internet. I cannot use internet or even ping from my laptop when the rj45 is plugged into my laptop. As soon as I take it out, it will work fine again. This is the part that is getting me, It's like it's looking to the wired connection for internet when the wireless has it but it's not seeing it. Any feedback to help me see what I'm overlooking here would be great. Thanks, ph33rgear
  2. Dear friends, How to spoof the TTL(Time to Live) value in backtrack. I have no idea about that. I search this topic with Google. But i have not a good result. So please tell me how to do this ? if you think TTL value is most important to hide my ID?
  3. Hey, looking at the examples on github and on the forums, I see a lot of fun payloads for windows, but almost none for mac and 0 linux. Are there any cool Linux/Mac payloads out there that I should check out?
  4. Hi Guys, I'm seeking help and would like to have a discussion about booting Linux on Apple hardware using an EFI boot loader. Probably not going to be a popular suggestion considering one of your sponsors is System76 but I thought I'd give it a try regardless. I came across a great tool called "Mac Linux USB Loader" which is still under heavy development. "This is the Mac Linux USB Loader, a tool allowing you to take an ISO of a Linux distribution and make it boot using EFI." http://sevenbits.github.io/Mac-Linux-USB-Loader/ https://github.com/SevenBits/Mac-Linux-USB-Loader I spoke to "SevenBits" the developer and there's an unresolved problem he hasn't been able to fix, which affects myself and others who use older Macbook Pro hardware (late 2008 4,1 and others). "I actually have an early 2008 MacBook Pro which also fails to boot Linux. I test the bootable drives my tool creates on a newer, separate machine. I believe with 90% certainty that the reason for this problem is the lack of Linux kernel mode setting (KMS) support in Apple's EFI firmware, which is required for nVidia video drivers to function properly. Disabling KMS in the boot options of most distros actually causes the splash screen to show up, but then X (the graphical windowing system used to provide a desktop) can't start because KMS is disabled, and so you are dropped into the terminal with a bash shell. If you like command line Ubuntu, this is fine, you can just connect to the web via Ethernet (and even install WiFi drivers) and go, but for 90% of us, this is an inadequate solution." Have you, or anyone you know had success finding a solution to this problem? Thanks, cryptomule
  5. Hi, I'm building a wireless hotspot system, that works exactly the same as the type of systems you would find in most hotels. I'm sure most people will have come across these, so will have a pretty good idea of what I'm talking about. The way I would like to handle authentication is using a remote web server which hosts the site that people use to authenticate, as well as a database to keep track of everything. The remote site needs to know the MAC address of the client that is trying to authenticate. I have tried several methods of easily communicating the client MAC address, along with some other information, however the method that I would like to try to get working is as follows: whenever a client makes a request to the domain "auth.example.net" the webserver will check with ARP to get the MAC address of the client, and modify the HTTP header to add their MAC Address as a POST variable. The above setup is what I would like to achieve, however have not been able to find much information relating to this. I have tried setting up a Apache/HTTPD server on the local network, which uses PHP and cURL to request pages from the remote server, add the MAC address as a POST variable, and display the page to the user, however I ran into problems with this. If anyone has any ideas as to how I would achieve the above, that would be great, Thank you P.S. I'm running Arch Linux ARM, and the servers would be communicating over a secure connection.
  6. this may not come as news to most ppl on this forum but the Windows XP (and reportedly Win7) login password is easy to hack using a plain old boot disc. According to researchers the Offline NT Password & Registry Editor utility can be used to reset the password and Ophcrack can crack the pswd hash using large rainbow tables. Although I personally haven't seen similar utilities for Linux, I bet there's a slew of'em out there. Anyone know of any boot disc type tools for lost Linux pswds?
  7. A tee shirt for the lovers of Kali (formerly BackTrack) linux. Check it out at: **Link Removed**
  8. I just got an old blackberry 9000 from a yard sell to tinker with and I was wondering how would I go about installing a linux distro( non graphical & maybe even kali would be nice) so that I can use it like a wifi pineapple. As far as sending commands to it and setting it up it would be nice to be able to do it through an ssh conncection, but my main question is which distro, and how to install it? If you don't know, I am also having a little difficulty finding the system specs (such as which ARM version and such) so if you can find good list of the specs I would greatly apreciate it. Also, if the binary based os's won't work would something like Gentoo be a possiblity (though I can't imagine how long it would take to compile on a cell phone ..... it took for ever on my ancient Mac Powerbook). Thanks :)
  9. Can I use USB as memory for USB Live BackTrack 5 R3 Machine with W7? Make USB Live with BackTrack, restart, boot from usb, install and use usb memory for OS Linux BackTrack - is this possible?
  10. Hi guys, I'm new so please don't bite ;) I noticed Darren's section about setting up ZNC so he has always on connectivity with IRC. I'm just wondering if it's possible to do this with a Raspberry Pi instead of using a VPS. Ideally I'd be running my 'pi' as the VPS which saves on costs for me. Does anyone know if this is possible and if so can you point me in the right direction :) Thanks guys! DarkByD3sign
  11. I failed to install USB adapter to Backtrack, so I need professional help. I have BackTrack 5 R3 with VMware. I somehow installed driver for Atheros AE9271 but still when I type "iwconfig" I see only "eth0" and "lo". I'm using Alfa AWUS036NHA with Realtek AR9271 chipset.
  12. I have been all over this forum, the github and google code page, but i cannot find the script to flash new firmware to the ducky using linux. i did find a couple things that mentioned how to do it as well as dependencies needed and the mention of duckyflash.sh, but it seems that this file is no longer exsists anywhere for download. So does anyone have any idea where to get it or how to get this done. Also when is the usbrubberducky website going to be back up and running.
  13. I'm running Ubuntu 12.04 and have been trying to get Armitage running correctly so I can learn and advance to more advanced methods. I got Metasploit installed just fine, but when I try to execute armitage I get the error "line 1: java: command not found" and nothing happens. What should I do from here to get it to work?
  14. Hello Hak5 fans! SkyDogCon is a technology conference in Nashville, TN for the individual with the Renaissance Mind. It mixes Hacking and Making with a healthy dose of Technology. SkyDogCon exists to facilitate learning, information sharing and mingling with like-minded people in a relaxed atmosphere. This is the 3rd "official" SkyDogCon, and we would love to see some new faces this year! Hang out, catch some spectacular talks, learn, and have tons of fun. We cover a wide range of Hacking/Making including Security and Hardware Hacking! Events: Lockpick Village Electronic Badge Hacking Duplicity CTF (Live Capture the Flag!) Lots of Talks CouchCon Vendors' Area Nerdcore Rap http://www.skydogcon.com
  15. hey guys. new to the forums, I've starting watching the series from the beginning. life changing stuff. so, my company got an "HP Dream Screen 130" a few years ago, and basically, its a huge piece of crap. Here's a CNET review thats pretty telling. http://reviews.cnet.com/portable-video-players-pvps/hp-dreamscreen-130-13/4505-6499_7-33796633.html anyway, i was just wondering if anyone was familiar with hacks or mods for it. it has USB and SD card slots, and it runs an "undisclosed version of linux on an ARM processor that is not based on ubuntu or the mi version that HP released". it has wireless capability, so I was thinking maybe it could be used as a second display, or more epically, a monitor for a Raspberry Pi. I figured this would be a good place to throw the idea out and see if anyone was familiar with it. what say you?
  16. Hey guys, I am kinda looking for a new distro. I used to run BT5 R2 but the look is not really costumer friendly ;). I Tried the nodezero ( way of of date ). Its a pain to getting it to work with newer hardware :( Does any1 of you got any advice on a pre-build security linux. ( doesn't have to be as extensive as backtrack ) Its mainly for linux use and basic security testing. ( wireless, network, password, ... ) Prefer with kernel 2.6.35+ ( for hardware ) Thx, Moony
  17. I have installed dsniff on my linux laptop (linux mint 14, nadia) and have figured out how to use arpspoof/ettercap to deliver an ARP poison. The problem: whenever I deliver the attacks to the devices that I am test-attacking (usually my other laptop or smart phone via wifi), their internet connections merely stop working! When I killall arpspoof, the internet on the test machines goes back to working. I cannot figure out what I am doing wrong! For people who want more detail (arpspoof method I use): 1. set up port forwarding by editing the /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward file 2. change the iptables by issuing a really long command that i dont feel like entering here but starts with "iptables -t nat -p tcp ... " 3. ARP poison by saying "arpspoof -i wlan0 -t <target> <router> *** THIS IS WHERE THE TEST MACHINES' INTERNET STOPS WORKING *** 4. ARP poison by saying "arpspoof - wlan0 -t <router> <target> 5. continue with attack using other tools. Note: This sort of works when I do it through backtrack5 on virtualbox, but it only works if I attack my host machine, if I try to attack any other device on the network, it does the same thing as above: the internet stops working on the target machine until I stop arpspoofing. How can I fix??
  18. HI guys, First of, sry for the bad english, but i'm sure you will understand :) I watch Hak5 a lot, and i love the show, i learned a lot from it, and use it at work all the time :) This is my first post on the forum, i actually created the account to make it, so although i'm new here i hope you guys are going to welcome and help me out :) quick story: At work i often have to burn a lot of dvd's that should be identical and from the same .iso or .img. always about ~5-30. Reason: Burning all those dvd's one by one manually takes a lot of time.. i get paid for it, but god damn its boring just to babysit the cd/dvd writer and click the next button everytime one disc finish. It would be great to be able to do something at the same time the box is burning an entire batch. Right now i only have 1 DVD cd/dvd writer (since parallel burning is not supported in the GUI apps i found) but the boss said yes to buy 5-10 dvd cd/dvd writers if i could get this project up and running. What is it, i want to build exactly???: 1 Linux box, that is able to burn the same .iso or .img file to multiple dvd burners at the same time (simultaneously/parallel). It should run linux And the script/program should be able to run in CLI only, so no GUI. Related software: I have tried (a demo) of a software called DiscJuggler ( http://en.wikipedia....iki/DiscJuggler ) and it does exactly what i want, BUT not i CLI / shell, and only runs on windows. The good thing about This discjuggler application is that you can set it to buffer 512MB of the disc to RAM and thereby the speed of the harddrive does not impact if you burn to multiple discs at once! my test box ran it of a really old 40 GB 7200 RPM drive, with no problems! Another good thing about this software is that i can set it to burn 50 copy's of the same .iso, then select 5 cd/dvd writers and press start. It will then burn thoose 5 disc's, then eject and wait for 5 blanks disc's to be inserted. Then it continues until i has completed burning the 50 i need. My skills: I guess i need to write some sort of script for this myself, since i cant find anything simular to what i need on google, i am pretty good at PHP/html, but this wont help me a lot here, so i hope you guys can help me out here, it would be appreciatet alot!! I have used linux for about 4 years, i use Arch linux daily, and i am not a total noob, but some thing i still need to learn.. I really hope you guys can help me out! (sorry for the long post, hope it wasn't too much reading..)
  19. The closed beta for Steam on Ubuntu has started. Valve is looking for about 1k people to actively test the Steam client for linux. You can take the survey below to sign up for a chance to try the beta out. From What I understand you will need a Steam account with the game LFD2. This is great news for all of us Linux users, still using Windows for our gaming needs. http://www.valvesoft...linuxsurvey.php
  20. I'm by trade a MS admin but at work i now need to support linux so i'm installing it on my laptop to use it more to get used to it. I've used debian a bit and use debian on my raspberry PI for SSH (most of my linux use has been for SSH tunnels to get to things behind my firewall and for web traffic tunnels) web proxy servers (squid) and a few other things, and i used to use a little Ubuntu but version 12:10 is something I really cant get along with i have more issues with it on my laptop so i really cant use it for day to day work most of the stuff i've done is very basic command line what would you linux guru's and ninja's suggest for me to use on my laptop with a GUI for day to day stuff that isnt 12:10?
  21. Any AMD processor users out there? I've never had an AMD on any of my rigs, but I was looking at the MOBO Snubs used on her home PC build this week, and it would be a perfect fit for my rig actually (Home File Server). I originally was going to use a Gigabyte LGA 775 board, but apparently that socket type is rare. SO: Having thrown that board out the window on the highway, I did look at the CPU integrated boards starting with Intel. Those... suck. Atom processor at best. Now I'm looking at AMD, but I know jack squat about them. http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/AMD_CPU_on_Board/E45M1M_PRO/ That's the mobo in question. Any thoughts? Much appreciated!
  22. So I just got a MK808 Android TV stick. And I have seen on the freaktab site that they are working on a linux kernel to run Ubuntu off it. It got me thinking since you can run a USB hub on these things with Ethernet, Would it be possible for someone to "port" Smoothwall to one of these sticks and use it as a firewall/router? Im using Smoothwall at the home now running out of an old power hungry P4 extreme system. I thought that it would be great if I could run Smoothwall from this tiny stick and all I would need it 2x usb to Ethernet adapters. Using only 5v 2 Amp would be amazing. And I figured with the power these little things pack that Smoothwall could work on them. Is this at all possible? I know there is a big difference between ARM and x86 CPUs and that could stop it dead there. Im not to savy with Linux, but I can use it. Just a thought. Its a neat idea.
  23. Could some of you IT wizards help me understand something about DHCP and NAT? I haven't studied these in the classroom, but I've done my share of reading and have certainly renewed DHCP and toggled NAT a few thousand times in the course of troubleshooting over the years. I was also just reviewing again the episode of hak5 where Darren + the cutie set up PPTP in BT5 and he shows how to disable DHCP for stealthiness. My limited understanding is basically that NAT allows my army of home computers to share a single external IP address by use of internal/local IP addresses and DHCP helps devices communicate with one another. So my question is "what happens when I disable one of both of these?" Empirically, I can see that I'm usually able to continue using the Internet as normal, on several devices at once. Does lack of NAT just slow down the process of identifying which of my babies (computers) a packet is meant for? Thanks
  24. Hey everyone! Ok so (Without writting a novel here...) Here's the story: I had one of my buddies Screen Share Via iChat onto my iMac to check out some of my IPv6 settings and port forwarding (first time with Century Link and their hardware) for some VNC. This is a buddy I trust really well. I had disappeared from my workstation (I know, first mistake) and let him carry on. Well, when I returned I saw he had remotely transfered Conan the Librarian (for those who don't know, it's a background process that has the mic on 24/7 and will have Arnold Schwartz. scream "shut up" at you till you kill the process). With that having been said, I seek (friendly) revenge on his iMac in return. I'm wanting to either do a Metasploit payload or SSH into his machine and do Terminal commands galore, and lock his audio and use the "Say" command (just an example). My issue: get his IP fully without asking. Not a big issue usually except he's running a few levels of OpenDNS and running though Time Warner Co. (if that matters). My question is does anyone have/recommend ways I can get his iMac's external IP address , preferably without him finding out I'm doing such?
  25. jobdone


    I am just trying out the new Damn Small Linux, it reminds me of the old version but mydsl is working again!!! yay!!!
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