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  1. Battery Tester/CPU Stress For the SharkJack I keep seeing people talk about how the battery lasts less then 10 minutes, etc etc etc.. I made a script to test and prove the Battery Drains incredibly fast under load. Further more... The Script.. (NOTE: This Script should be ran on the SharkJack itself!) battery-tester.sh #!/bin/bash # Title : Battery Tester/CPU Stress # Author : REDD of Private-Locker # Version : 1.1 # Description : The script uses a simple log system to pull the # batteries status, date, and time into a log file for Hak5 # to help diagnose the issues. Also uses "sha256sum" to verify # a null file leaving it to stress the CPU. # # Log File : /root/battery.log # Set to YES to stress the CPU during Battery Test. MAX_LOAD=YES STRESS="sha256sum" # Time in seconds to report in log. (20 mins = 1200) TIME=600 # Initial Script Variables - DO NOT CHANGE UNDER_LOAD=0 DATE_NOW=$(date +'%r') START_TIME=$(date) CPU_USAGE=$(grep 'cpu ' /proc/stat | awk '{usage=($2+$4)*100/($2+$4+$5)} END {print usage "%"}') BATTERY_STATUS=$(BATTERY) LOG_FILE="/root/battery.log" function DISPLAY_TIME () { MINS=$((TIME / 60)) SECS=$((TIME % 60)) if [ "$TIME" -ge "60" ]; then printf "$MINS minutes and $SECS seconds" else printf "$SECS seconds" fi } TOTAL_TIME=$(DISPLAY_TIME "$TIME") if [ ! -f "$LOG_FILE" ]; then touch "$LOG_FILE" fi if [ -f "$LOG_FILE" ]; then echo -e "" >> "$LOG_FILE" echo -e " Battery Test Date: $START_TIME" >> "$LOG_FILE" echo -e "==================================================" >> "$LOG_FILE" echo -e "" >> "$LOG_FILE" echo -e "" echo -e " Battery Test Date: $START_TIME" echo -e "\n Battery Test running for $TOTAL_TIME." echo -e " Battery Test running for $TOTAL_TIME." >> "$LOG_FILE" echo -e " Battery Status: $BATTERY_STATUS" echo -e " Battery Status: $BATTERY_STATUS" >> "$LOG_FILE" echo -e "" if [ "$MAX_LOAD" == "YES" ]; then echo -e "\n\n -> LOAD created by $STRESS." echo -e " -> LOAD created by $STRESS." >> "$LOG_FILE" echo -e "" >> "$LOG_FILE" echo -e "==================================================" >> "$LOG_FILE" echo -e "" >> "$LOG_FILE" fi echo -e "" >> "$LOG_FILE" fi echo -e "[${DATE_NOW}] -> LOAD: $MAX_LOAD - CPU Load: ${CPU_USAGE} [Battery Status: ${BATTERY_STATUS}]" >> "$LOG_FILE" for ((i=0; i<=TIME; i++)); do if [ "$MAX_LOAD" == "YES" ]; then if [ "$UNDER_LOAD" == "0" ]; then UNDER_LOAD=1 $STRESS /dev/zero & fi fi DATE_NOW=$(date +'%r') CPU_USAGE=$(grep 'cpu ' /proc/stat | awk '{usage=($2+$4)*100/($2+$4+$5)} END {print usage "%"}') BATTERY_STATUS=$(BATTERY) printf "[%s%s] -> LOAD: %s - CPU Load: %s [Battery Status: %s]\r" $DATE_NOW $MAX_LOAD $CPU_USAGE $BATTERY_STATUS echo -e "[${DATE_NOW}] -> LOAD: $MAX_LOAD - CPU Load: ${CPU_USAGE} [Battery Status: ${BATTERY_STATUS}]" >> "$LOG_FILE" sleep 1; done if [ "$UNDER_LOAD" == "1" ]; then killall -9 $STRESS fi echo -e "" >> "$LOG_FILE" echo -e "==================================================" >> "$LOG_FILE" echo -e "" >> "$LOG_FILE" # Blank line for running in Terminal. printf " \n" printf "Finished.\n" Output Example: Battery Test Date: Tue Jan 28 13:47:30 UTC 2020 ================================================== Battery Test running for 10 seconds. Battery Status: full [01:47:30 PM] -> LOAD: NO - CPU Load: 18.0325% [Battery Status: full] [01:47:30 PM] -> LOAD: NO - CPU Load: 18.0437% [Battery Status: full] [01:47:31 PM] -> LOAD: NO - CPU Load: 18.0428% [Battery Status: full] [01:47:32 PM] -> LOAD: NO - CPU Load: 18.0432% [Battery Status: full] [01:47:33 PM] -> LOAD: NO - CPU Load: 18.0469% [Battery Status: full] [01:47:34 PM] -> LOAD: NO - CPU Load: 18.0515% [Battery Status: full] [01:47:35 PM] -> LOAD: NO - CPU Load: 18.0556% [Battery Status: full] [01:47:37 PM] -> LOAD: NO - CPU Load: 18.0596% [Battery Status: full] [01:47:38 PM] -> LOAD: NO - CPU Load: 18.0641% [Battery Status: full] [01:47:39 PM] -> LOAD: NO - CPU Load: 18.0678% [Battery Status: full] [01:47:40 PM] -> LOAD: NO - CPU Load: 18.0718% [Battery Status: full] [01:47:41 PM] -> LOAD: NO - CPU Load: 18.0759% [Battery Status: full] ================================================== I really hope this helps everyone else in their troubles in finding out if their Battery is just defective or it's just "Under Load" that makes it so short.
  2. Hi everyone, I bought a wifi pineapple about a couple of years ago. I've been searching for a battering thin enough to fit the case and be plugged using the U shaped usb connector. I know about the anker and pineapple juince models.. however, I can't find them online (shipping to belgium). Has anyone else found another battery that fits?? Thanks a lot!
  3. Hello, I've been playing with a small circuit for my Bunny... I've put three USB connectors on a small board, 1 for the Bunny, 1 for the Target PC, and a switched one for a small battery bank (I use a cylinder type). I have just run power from the battery bank connector to the Bunny and did not hook up power from the Target at all. With this setup, I can run attacks on USB 2 only devices; and, more importantly pre-boot the Bunny before the attack... Flip switch, wait for Bunny to boot, then plug into Target... I don't use the Bunny for keyboard injection, btw - I still prefer my Rubber Ducky for that. This kind of setup could easily be added to the base Bunny, or as an alternative hardware version - with a single usb jack on the back to accept the battery bank connector. A more sophisticated circuit could be setup to detect if power was available at the Target and allow the battery bank to be removed. Pre-boot Bunny, plug into Target, pull and palm battery. The only complication is that it would be a lot of torque on the Bunny's main connector if the battery had to be left connected for a USB 2 Target...
  4. I plan to connect a battery to my bash bunny when I receive it. Hoping that this will keep the bash bunny running before plugging the device into a target to speed up attacks. Any reason why this wouldn't work?
  5. Hi all, I would like to ask two questions, I apologize if they are already answered, but time passes and some info may have changed especially with these two questions: 1. Is there data about the battery life. e.g. idle work - 20h, Using the third radio simple client connections - 10h. Active monitoring all on - 2h? 2. How about EU delivery? Thank you all in advance.
  6. Can we do that without damage the battery or the nano? I have the Pineapple juice 4000
  7. So my Pineapple Juice 4000 finally started to burst at the seams: http://imgur.com/a/eRMZ6 I've had it since launch and been running it pretty hard and long hours and had started to notice it swell, but now it's to the point I don't think it's safe to continue to operate. So I went on a search to find a replacement that: A. I trusted the battery company reputation (edit* not saying I don't trust the hak5 batteries, I fully do. It's batteries that I can purchase elsewhere I normally don't trust because they lie about mAh and amp output regularly.l) B. would still fit in the nano tactical case C. would still use the nice usb adapter After a lengthy search on Amazon looking at various slim battery packs and trying to find one that met those needs, I found this: Anker PowerCore 5000 https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01EKXR67M It took a week for them to even start to ship it to me, but arrived day after they finally did. I must say it's awesome!! http://imgur.com/a/pgmaE Claims 5000mAh so extra 1000mAH (which anker is pretty good about being legit on those numbers but i'll have to wait to full charge to test that portion) Claims up to 2amp output (PortPilot detects as 2.1amp) The curved back actually seems to make it fit even nicer into the tactical case (but my memory maybe jaded because of the time I've spent with the swelling on the Pineapple Juice 4000) Hak5 team don't worry about a replacement Pineapple Juice 4000 but if you want to I never say no to extra battery packs ;). I'm not that concerned about it and don't think it's really defective honestly (it does still work and charges fine). I think (purely IMO) that's just what happens to batteries when you used them in enclosed spaces for long periods of time and expose them to high heat (both using the nano and charging which almost 100% of the time was in the tactical case).
  8. Hey all I've been playing around with my new USB power meter, and I wanted to run my math past you to see if I am thinking right. Attached are some pictures, but in general, my NANO seems to draw .50 amps or less. Usually its in the .40 range with a dongle plugged into WLAN2. if my math is right, .40 amp converts to 400milliamps. if we take a 15000mAh battery, we would get appx 26 hours of runtime? (15000 / 350 x 0.7* = 26.25) Does this sound about right? The pineapple juice battery is rated at 4000mAh which is good for about 7 hours. Overall I've been shocked at how little the NANO consumes. I have run PineAP, DNSspood, and evilportal with clients connected and it was consuming around .70amps (700 milliamps) I did notice it goes way up depending on the dongle your using for WLAN2 obviously. If my math is wrong let me know!
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