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  1. Edit - DO NOT DO THIS - it will force you to do a firmware recovery on your WiFi Pineapple. I keep trying to find a way to upgrade --all and this is not it First: opkg update Then: opkg list-upgradable | cut -f 1 -d ' ' | xargs -r opkg upgrade
  2. What are some good statements for getting GPU information. Pretty much I just need the make of the GPU so I can install drivers. Here's some of the ideas I came up with. As you can see they are not really catch all statements. I need just a bit of help. Any ideas would be great. ISINTEL="Intel" IsINTEL=$(lspci | grep -EA2 'VGA|3D' | grep '00:0' | cut -d ' ' -f 5) if [ "$IsINTEL" == "$ISINTEL" ]; then echo -e "Intel" fi ISNVIDIA="NVIDIA" IsNVIDIA=$(lspci | grep -EA2 'VGA|3D' | grep '00:0' | cut -d ' ' -f 4) if [ "$IsNVIDIA" == "$ISNVIDIA" ]; then echo -e "NVIDIA" fi ISAMD="Advanced" IsAMD=$(lspci | grep -EA2 'VGA|3D' | grep '00:0' | cut -d ' ' -f 5) if [ "$IsAMD" == "$ISAMD" ]; then echo -e "AMD" fi On a personal note, my BASH skills are getting a lot better.
  3. Here is my new payload to attack a Mac without using terminal. I got this idea after seeing how using good management software, an administrator can remove an app from a Mac (one such application being terminal). This eliminated a lot of the attacks I have previously made to work against a Mac. So I got to thinking and poking around inside of applications, and it turns out you can replace the contents of certain files in a Mac application and you can run scripts. You simply open the right file and replace it with your code, and then run the application. The app no longer functions normally, but by making a duplicate app in another folder and editing that one you can run your attack code without completely losing the original files and all without terminal. I used Grab.app for this but almost any app could be used, I wanted to find one that was not likely to have anything similarly named around it because of the way I selected the application to copy it. Here is the code, its outcome is to simply "say hello" (so if you test it have the volume up a bit). I have not really played with the delays yet, they are all over the place and some are to high but it makes it a bit easier to see what is going on. This is not a final project but rather a starting point to spark some new ideas. Have Fun, but please use this responsibly. DELAY 2000 COMMAND SPACE DELAY 300 STRING /Applications/Utilities/ DELAY 200 ENTER DELAY 400 STRING g DELAY 500 COMMAND c DELAY 300 COMMAND SPACE DELAY 300 STRING /Users/Shared/ DELAY 400 ENTER DELAY 400 COMMAND v DELAY 2000 COMMAND SPACE DELAY 300 STRING /Users/Shared/Grab.app/Contents/MacOS/ DELAY 600 ENTER DELAY 500 TAB DELAY 500 COMMAND o DELAY 500 COMMAND a DELAY 500 STRING #!/bin/bash DELAY 400 ENTER DELAY 300 STRING say DELAY 300 ESCAPE DELAY 300 SPACE DELAY 300 STRING hello DELAY 300 COMMAND s DELAY 400 COMMAND q DELAY 500 COMMAND SPACE DELAY 300 STRING /Users/Shared/Grab.app DELAY 400 ENTER COMMAND w COMMAND w COMMAND w
  4. I'm running Skywave Linux. Dump1090 comes pre-installed. I can run it fine from the GUI shortcut, but I'm unable to run it from the command line. I changed directory to /usr/share/applications and found dump1090.desktop. When I tried to run it I got command not found. So I navigated there in the GUI and checked the properties of Dump1090, and got that the command for it was /usr/local/sbin/dump1090.sh. When I changed to that dir in the command line I got the same results. I'm missing something, but I can't figure out what it is. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks, Clay
  5. Since I was introduced to a typewriter when I was 2 years old I have never bothered to practice and learn to type 60+ wpm never the less 900 - 1,200 WPM when the RbbrDucky is inserted. Repetition and with the aid of shorthand keyboard shortcuts has been the only way I have learned to make me appear to type as fast as a 60+ wpm Typer. ALT + Tab, Windows Key + R , I have become a mastermind of getting where I need to be in an OS using less keys that I have to type. Since a lot of tasks I perform are repetitious in Linux, especially in KALI, I have not read of anyone using the RubberDuck to automate their task as the super typer HID now becomes a scripted AI or "the hacker from Swordfish" mashing on the keys. So I wanted to create a new Thread dedicated to "Linux Only" whereby you are using Twin Duck firmware with option 1 "pressing caps lock" to activate the Duck inject.bin. I am not intending to hack Kali Linux or any Linux distro system with a payload. The objective is to have AI "superman" type for me what I would normally would type in Kali or any Linux distro to carry out an automated attack. Using Kali, I have enabled a custom keyboard shortcut in keyboard settings to open the terminal, my example "Super + t" or "CTRL + ALT + t" in my Ducky Payload Script WINDOWS t GUI t CTRL ALT t COMMAND t All do not open a custom terminal keyboard shortcut. So I am a bit stuck on this first step.
  6. So i tried to use this command, but my computer says that 'java' is not recognized as a command java -jar encoder.jar -i source.txt
  7. i went into "user setings" and changed "asded at login" to " not asded on login". now i cant sign in. it does not give me the option to enter a password just says login, but playes the incorect pw sound when i try i can get into the guest account but that does me no good case su and sudo dont work i can ctrl alt f1 and login to the user there i tried sudo visudo and changed the line to read NOPASSWD:ALL but that did not work anyone know how i can chage back the user settings to ask for password at login from terminal?
  8. I'm trying to schedule a startup application with schtasks on a Windows 7 box. I get Access Denied. schtasks works without administrator privileges if you are setting it for specfic time of day but not with startup tasks. Is there a tricksy way to schedule startup tasks on Windows 7 and later without being admin?
  9. root@Pinebox:~# nano .test Error opening terminal: xterm-256color. I ssh'd into my pineapple today after doing a factory restore, and started getting this error. Anybody gotten this before?
  10. Because all hackers use terminals. Here's a color twitter feed for your xterm window. https://github.com/danielpclark/TwitterSeeds/blob/master/twitseeds.rb Currently it scrapes your twitter feed and gives you sweet console footage. I think my next step will be to incorporate #ash tag watchers. Then from there other internet services and feeds, etc. Whatever will get what's new without having to use a browser to find it. Enjoy! Hack responsibly! -Daniel
  11. Hello, I had this question for a long time now and I want to talk to one of my friends who does not have a phone. He only has a computer, I would usually email him but it takes forever to talk back and forth. I am looking for a way to talk to my friend using terminal and his IP sort of like NetCat but over a different network, because He lives in Canada and I live in California.
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