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  1. Hi, after the latest update of ChromeOS on our CB:s i cant get arount "google terms of service". Earlier (OS 84 and earlier) it was only tab and enter. Is it posible to use PAUSE and wait for user to interact, or do someone have a solution on my problems? Model of CB: HP Chromebook 14 G6 and ChromeOS version 85.0.4183.84 witch i use a USB to update before install with Rubber Ducky
  2. I'm trying to use the wp6 script to get internet but it's not working. I'm properly connected to my home Wi-Fi on my computer. Here is a picture http://pasteboard.co/WGcRSnX.png Any help is appreciated
  3. Ok so I did everything as supposed to when installing on an Acer C720 (trying to install Parrot 4.7) and install goes fine. Whenever I finish the install and go to boot, I select a boot device and it freezes up. Anyone have a similar problem or a solution?
  4. Has anyone gotten a Samsung Chromebook 3, with crouton installing Kali or Ubuntu, to recognize an external wifi adapter? I keep doing searches and come up with posts from 2014 and 2015 saying that the Chromebook is not capable of recognizing external wifi adapters. Specifically I have an Alfa AWUS036NHA i'd like to use. If i can't resolve this by Nov 1 (2018) i'm just going to buy a "traditional" Win10 PC with a non-eMMC spinning 500GB drive. I've had no problem making those dual-boot. There is so much negative information about (1) making machines with eMMC (SSHD) dual boot or booti
  5. Hey, So, there are payloads for Windows, Mac, and Linux, but how would one go by creating a payload that would be executable on a Chromebook laptop?
  6. Hi all, I have successfully run Kali from a persistent USB and SD card on a Chromebook in the past, however I unfortunately didn't take down how I did it. Silly me! I have enabled Developer Mode and run; crossystem dev_boot_usb=1 dev_boot_legacy=1 dev_boot_signed_only=0 sudo chromeos-firmwareupdate --mode=todev All completed without error. However, on loading my Chromebook and pressing CTRL+U, it fails to boot from USB or SD. I just get a low-frequency beep. On pressing CTRL+L, it also fails to read any SD or USB and I get 2 high-frequency beeps. I'm at a loose end, as searching around
  7. Hey guys I'm new to the USB rubber ducky and have some questions. I want to try and make some payloads for chromebooks due to their wide use everywhere. Will that work? The password stealing payload was cool but it doesn't work due to the chrome update. I have a work around but it takes a little longer, involves going to chrome web store, installing "show password" extension, showing password, copying it, etc. Is that even possible to do with the USB rubber ducky? Where do I start? Thanks
  8. Hey all, I have been using my Chromebook as my daily driver and using a Kali XFCE4 chroot as my pentest distro. I was wondering if anyone knew how I could install Gnome Ubuntu, on crouton. I tried to install it with targets Gnome, Gnome-Desktop, and Ubuntu Xenial, but it came up with an error: This may mean that the package is missing, has been obsoleted, or is only available from another source However the following packages replace it: gnome-session-flashback E: Package 'gnome-session-fallback' has no installation candidate Failed to complete chroot setup. Does anyone know what I can d
  9. Good afternoon, gents So before I go into it I'll start off by saying thank you to those involved in the creation of this magical device, I'm pretty sure it's going to save me from adding more holes to my Carpal Tunnel punch card. To the point though, I work in public education and we recently we ordered 5,000 Samsung Chromebook devices. If anyone knows anything about the enrollment process on these devices it is an absolute nightmare. A lot of typing and manual input which is prone to human error. I'm mostly opening this topic so it will hopefully get crawled by a search engine for the other
  10. Hey everyone, I recently purchased the Samsung Series 3 Google Chromebook and have been having a blast playing with Ubuntu 12.04 (Chrubuntu 12.04 Alpha 1) on the device. I have been trying to find a way to utilize my Alfa Wireless AWUS036H (RTL8187L) on the device, but getting the drivers installed is quite tricky. I installed the 'build-essential linux-headers-3.4.0' from this source: https://launchpad.net/~chromebook-arm/+archive/ppa Since the Linux Kernel Version is '3.4.0', I attempted to build the appropriate drivers from Linux Wireless Wiki (here) but ran into this error: If anyon
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