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  1. So I'm looking for resources on how to use MK7 via command line. Mainly because MK7 terminal commands are not familiar to me. As its mostly based on openWrt but not everithing works like openWrt. I have some experiance from using command lines on linux distros but it dosent seem to translate much to mk7, might be just me not quite getting it but I want to see if i can sqeeze out even more out of wifi pineapple mk7 via command line etc. Thank you for your time and an potential resources. Kind regards.
  2. When I open a file for a game... There is some hidden one's that I can't see with the folder open. But through cmd there are things I can see in cmd but can't see in folders.
  3. Hello Guys. I'm new in this community so nice to meet you! I'm very happy to write finally on this forum I've been reading for a while by now. I finally managed to built my Twin Ducky able to steal targeted files, following the lasts episodes of DK (2112-2113-2114) So of course I started enjoying to play with the parameters of e.cmd, and I was able to manage (unfortunately I have to admit, without any coding skills, don't get mad at me :P) to teach the rubber ducky not to steal just PDFs in the Documents folder but also to look for any pdf and doc file in all the folders belonging to %USERPROFILE% . Now, I wanted to go even further by making the process even faster. I thought the duration variable of the exfiltration process depends on the size of the pdf/doc/whatever document which we are trying to steal, and MAYBE we already know that the document we are looking for doesn't exceed a size of let's say 10-15 MB.. Wouldn't it be cool to write also a line to exclude those files? Wouldn't it be even faster? What do you think about this? Hope not to have written something stupid :S I'm not native English neither experienced in pentesting like you guys, so.. in that case forgive me. Let me know :) Have a nice day!
  4. Hi, This is a module that allows you to control your WiFi Pineapple over IRC. It uses a custom configuration file that you can edit in the Web Interface. The configuration file contains four sections, "Network", "Security", "Commands" and "Other". Firstly, "Network" contains the network information such as the server, port, nickname and channel to join. The new "Security" block contains the name of the Master and the trigger. "Commands" contains your commands in the format of "phrase: command to execute". Finally the "Other" block is for other options such as debugging. For more information on the config file format, see here. Heres some screenshots: Thanks! -Foxtrot
  5. Hi all, I'm using PSEXEC to map a drive on a user's machine remotely, amongst running various other CMD commands to amend registry files etc. I am running PSTOOLS on my machine under an admin account, because I cannot use PSTOOLS otherwise. On running the following script, as an example of one of the CMD commands I am trying to run, it runs it as me (as in, an admin). However, I don't want it to do this, as this doesn't map the drive for the user. I want the script to run the CMD command as the currently logged on user, not as me. :MapDrive psexec \\%IP% -s -i -c -f -d cmd.exe /s /c "NET USE X: \\GBUS0042\SMSAPPS$ /persistent:yes" IF ERRORLEVEL 0 ECHO Success! Pause endlocal GOTO Start How would I go about this? I have tried calling a batch file instead, but it still runs the batch file as me (admin) on the user's PC, rather than as them. The idea behind these scripts is to stop me having to remote to every user who simply requires a registy amendment or a drive mapping. Thank you in advance, Haze
  6. Hi all, I am using the following CMD command; reg add "HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Shell Folders" /v Personal /t REG_SZ /d P:\ /f However, this doesn't work. The key already exists, as as 'M:\', but I need it to change to 'P:\'. The CMD prompt states 'The operation completed successfully', but the key does not change. I need to do this via CMD, rather than a .reg or regedit. Thank you.
  7. I have 2 additional wireless adaptors connected to my MK5 and I need to connect wlan3 to a WPA/WPA2 wireless network. What command do I run to connect to a WPA/WPA2 wireless network? Interface Chipset Driver wlan0 Atheros ath9k - [phy0] wlan1 RTL8187 rtl8187 - [phy1] wlan2 RTL8187 rtl8187 - [phy2] wlan3 Atheros ath9k - [phy3]
  8. Hey, I am working on a script and i was looking for a command that changes the BSSID and a command that changes the SSID of the pineapple. If you know a command that can do that please post it below! Thanks! - Jesse
  9. hey gang! Ok so I'm trying to automate a script for my mother so I can get her work laptop MAC filtered into her home network. She so conveniently keeps forgetting it at work. Bring in the Duck!! Here's my goal: I want to create a payload to where it opens up cmd, does "ipconfig /all", saves what the terminal session spits out to a .txt in the c:\ drive, then copy that newly created .txt to the duck. Here's what I got, that doesn't work: delay 800 gui x (I'm testing this on my windows 8 machine, she still runs XP SP3) up up enter string CMD string ipconfig /all >c:\ipdata.txt ; copy /A ipdata.txt f:\ /A /V delay 300 When I test this on my win8 box, it does open cmd, but after it does a bunch of other crazy things. However if I take the code down to just: delay 800 gui x up up enter string cmd I get the cmd window normally. any ideas?
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