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  1. Hello, I have successfully enabled AutoSSH on my Pineapple so I can remotely access the web interface (e.g. 164.84.38.155:666). However, I am having trouble SSH'ing into it via command line. I am trying to SSH into the exact same address which is working from the browser GUI (164.84.38.155:666), but it is not working. When I try: ssh root@164.84.38.155:666 I get this error: ssh: Could not resolve hostname 164.84.38.155:666: Name or service not known Is there a different address I'm suppose to SSH into or some other setting I need to configure? Thanks.
  2. ALL HACKERS UNITE! Recover as many product keys as possible via the Windows registry Ok, so I've started writing in Microsoft Visual Basic (2010) again, and I've already written scripts to recover a few product keys but I believe that if we all work together, then we can build the ultimate command line product key recovery tool. All I need is the location of the product keys and key names, such as HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Company\Product\Registration\ProductKey Using these locations of keys, I can simply implement these locations into the recovery program. This program is currently integrated into my duck payload "Ultimate Data Thief" and is named Wind (recovering keys is a breeze) , but it only recovers Windows product keys and was updated last year. Now that I've started working on the project again, I want the hacker community to make it better as well as open source. This is the contents of the Main.vb file: Sooo, you lot in? Help is most appreciated.
  3. Is there an easy way to get all the existing infusions installed via the command line ? opkg update && opkg install ?? --dest usb Regards Thermo.
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