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  1. Payload Library for Web UI/SSH (Unofficial Patch) This (unofficial) Patch provides the Official SharkJack Web UI with a additional Tab on the Web UI (http://172.16.24.1/) to maintain your payloads on the Device itself rather than relying on a PC to switch to your prior used payloads. I personally figured since the SharkJack has not received any Love in over a year, I'd give it a little attention. Since it was missing a Payload Management System on the device (That is accessible via Web UI), I decided to make one. I attempted to "copy" the original style of the original Web UI. - Taking the POST methods and programming style of the previous developer to try to bring features without "adding" dependencies to the SharkJack. I have also included a Patcher for both Windows Machines and Unix/Mac's (Utilizing the current sharkjack.sh tool from Hak5 - Kudos Devs) to make this feature available to everyone. Enjoy! Features: Backup your current Payload to the Library. Download any Payload in the Library. Restore any Payload in the Library. Delete any Payload in the Library. Adds "library" command to SharkJack. - Allows ALL the same features as the WebUI Library Tab and is CROSS-COMPATIABLE! Example Screenshot of the Library via WebUI: Screenshot of Library ("library" command) via SSH: What is needed to Install: Sharkjack with 1.1.0 firmware or higher installed. Ethernet Port on Local Machine to connect the SharkJack. Administrator/Root user on Local Machine. How to Install: Head to https://github.com/InfoSecREDD/sj-webui-patch/releases Download the most current release (.zip or .tar.gz). Unzip the downloaded file to a location of your choice. Connect your SharkJack in ARMING MODE to the Ethernet Port on your local machine. Run the appropriate Patcher for your OS. (Windows: patcher-win.cmd, Linux/Mac: patcher-linux.sh) Select "1" on the menu and follow the Patcher's Instructions. Once Patcher is finished, Head to the SharkJack Web UI to verify it has been installed. (http://172.16.24.1/) Enjoy! How to Remove: (If already downloaded & unzipped. Skip to Step #4) Head to https://github.com/InfoSecREDD/sj-webui-patch/releases Download the most current release (.zip or .tar.gz). Unzip the downloaded file to a location of your choice. Connect your SharkJack in ARMING MODE to the Ethernet Port on your local machine. Run the appropriate Patcher for your OS. (Windows: patcher-win.cmd, Linux/Mac: patcher-linux.sh) Select "2" on the menu and follow the Patcher's Instructions. Once Patcher is finished, Head to the SharkJack Web UI to verify it has been removed. (http://172.16.24.1/) (Your Payloads will remain saved on the device under /root/library/ - We don't want to delete your payloads without your confirmation.) How to use the Web UI Library: Connect the SharkJack in ARMING MODE to the Ethernet Port on your Local Machine. Open up your Browser of choice (Chrome, Firefox, Brave, Opera, Edge (🤮), etc) and go to "http://172.16.24.1/". Navigate to the "Library" tab on the Top Menu. Input your desired Payload Name in the Backup input field box and click the "BACKUP" button. Click "Ok" on the Window Alert. The Page will instantly refresh. (At this point you can choose to "Restore", "Download", and "Delete" that payload.) Enjoy! How to use the Terminal Extension: Connect the SharkJack in ARMING MODE to the Ethernet Port on your Local Machine. Open up your SSH Client of choice (PuTTy, Linux Terminal, PowerShell/CMD(if OpenSSH Client (Beta) Feature is installed on Windows 10)) and connect to 172.16.24.1 with your credentials. Type "library" and hit [Enter] in the shell and follow the prompted Menu. Enjoy! Known Issues: Payload Tab - Payload text that includes certain special characters do not translate in POST Method. (SharkJack 1.1.0 - 1.0.1 WebUI Issue.) This issue has nothing to do with this patcher or project. (See workaround below) Payload Tab - Payload text that exceeds certain character limit stalls and does not post payload content to correct location. (SharkJack 1.1.0 - 1.0.1 WebUI Issue.) This issue has nothing to do with this patcher or project. (See workaround below) Workaround for Payload Tab Issues: Connect to SharkJack via SSH and use SCP to transfer payloads to "/root/payload/payload.sh". It will appear in the "Payload Tab" and you'll be able to backup/restore the payload using the Library Tab. If using a SFTP Client, make sure your Text Editor is formatted for "UNIX Style Formatting" otherwise you will end up with "^M", etc, after each line. - Then transfer the appropriate Payload to "/root/payload/payload.sh". It will appear in the "Payload Tab" and you'll be able to backup/restore the payload using the Library Tab. Source GitHub Repo: https://github.com/InfoSecREDD/sj-webui-patch Patch.sh Source: https://github.com/InfoSecREDD/sj-webui-patch/blob/main/patch.sh Payload Library Source: https://github.com/InfoSecREDD/sj-webui-patch/blob/main/patch/library.sh Patcher-Win Source: https://github.com/InfoSecREDD/sj-webui-patch/blob/main/patcher-win.cmd Patcher-Linux Source: https://github.com/InfoSecREDD/sj-webui-patch/blob/main/patcher-linux.sh Payload Library Shell Extension: https://github.com/InfoSecREDD/sj-webui-patch/blob/main/patch/library
  2. Anyone got a Nintendo 3DS that they can visit the Pineapple's Web UI with? May be getting a MKV later this month and was wondering what it looked like on the 3DS. Would be sorta cool to have a WiFi Pineapple in my bag, while at college and being naughty with a harmless 3DS :) Why do I want to do it with such a device (3DS)? Because why not? :3 Anyone mind sharing pictures or even a video of it in action on one of these things? Thanks! :D
  3. I have a : Wifi Pineapple Mark IV using Ubuntu & windows 7 using Ethernet tedering i was using OPKG Manager when i was reinstalling some packets then the pineapple froze on my and now it wont do anything. Every time i try to get on the browser will connect to the pineapple i get a index of the /www/ and when i connect to 172.16.42.1/pineapple i log in and then nothing happens and now i get a "No such file or directory"... yes in a noob at all of this and idk how to fix it any help? ps. yes i try pressing the reset button on the back of the pineapple.
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