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  1. There's not enough hardware projects in here, so let's change that! Whether it's putting a Pineapple in a rugged case and setting it up on a roof, modifying/building a drone, custom PCBs/badges, robotics, 3d printing project, or even if you've just spent the weekend tidying up your server rack/network closet and you're proud of it, let's see what you're working on!
  2. Tutorials and Documentation From answering a question about the Bash Bunny to providing documentation for PowerShell! GITHUB REPOSITORY The Idea: So there have been a lot of recurring questions, topics and problems regarding everything from general topics to Hak5 products (e.g. Bash Bunny), and with each of these questions and problems is many, many forum posts of answers that people cannot be bothered to lookup. Because of this I have come up with a Github repo that will (eventually) contain the answers to most (if not all) of people's questions or problems that are being asked over and over again. My hope is that this repo will grow to the point of being a single source of general information, tutorials and documentation for projects and other tutorials that people may be interested in. How you (as part of the community) can help: I (obviously) cannot do this alone. I've created the base, and now I need a community (the Hak5 community) to give me a hand with watering this potentially fruitful seed. "What can you add to this repo?" you may ask. Well, what did you learn over the past week? Or month? Or even year? Submitting documentation, tutorials or even just an answer to a popular question that needs a home will help this community find something easily and quickly when they need it. Looking through the forums is a good way of finding something that others need, as many have asked questions that others have answered many times. Okay, is there a format that you would like me to use? Well, I would say yes, but I know how frustrating it can be trying to get everything just right in someone else's eyes, so I'll say this: Just make it understandable (keep it to English), easy to read (set out in a way that a user can find something quickly and skim through something to find the answer) and to the point. The tutorials/documentation I've uploaded to this day have been in Markdown text files (.md), just so people can easily read what's there with good formatting, but it doesn't have to be like that if you don't know how. I'm fine with people uploading text files or Word documents if it's easier for them. Rules: Be respectful and appropriate to one another; don't be rude. If you found something intentionally and immediately malicious in documentation or a tutorial (someone putting immediately-malicious code that is malicious to your computer while you're following the tutorial/documentation, e.g. uploading creds to an online server in a snippet of code in the tutorial) then please report it on this thread or in the 'Issues' section of the repo! When you're uploading your own documentation/tutorial/answer via the 'Pull Request' feature in Github, please give a description and title to the request! It helps the managers of the repo know what they are committing to the main project! Remember, the aim of this whole project is to be a community-based project, so if the community can benefit from it, go for it. If you have any ideas or suggestions for the Github repo (or you just want to comment about how silly this idea is), then please do so below or in the Github repo "Issues" area found here! I would love some feedback, so go for it! While I've started this Github repo, I don't want it to be seen as "my repo for tutorials and documentations", I want it to be seen as a community gold mine for tutorials, documentation and answers in general!
  3. This originally was meant as a private message to Darren but, understandably, it was denied. so... here it is haha Hey, have you heard of Discord? I'd like to ask if you've ever considered using Discord as an extension of the Forums. It'd not only help members establish common grounds but it'd also help build familiarity and quite possibly a larger platform to reach a larger crowd. It'd give members/visitors/viewers and guests a sense of familiarity and direction within the community. It could open the opportunity for the more active and knowledgeable members to even educate and help where they can. This is only a suggestion, I'd like to know what you think. It definitely would be pretty awesome to watch how this community expands. Who knows, maybe in the future it'd grow and express a need of its own for the awesome products you guys come out with... This is something I want to be a part of- that's it and I'll contribute any way I can. This is something I'm passionate about and I KNOW you guys are too - otherwise, you guys wouldn't have gone to great lengths to get to where you're at today. Other than that, is it weird if I actually wanted to get to know you guys?
  4. I am wanting to get a USB Rubber Ducky but unfortunately, i cannot afford it at the moment. I was wondering though, would i be able to get a teensy 2.0, put a SD card reader on it, and put a USB male to male adapter to kind of make my own, cheaper Rubber Ducky? I was searching around on the internet and i came across the Community Edition Encoder and Firmware on the ducky website, and i was wondering if i could put this on the Teensy and make it into a rubber ducky? Or am i misunderstanding what the Community Edition encoder and firmware actually is? If one is able to do this, could you explain how you would do it? Do you put it on the SD Card? What do you do? I am just a little lost when it comes to the whole thing, but I am trying to learn and after a lot of googling, i could not find anything so i figured i'd ask here. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks.
  5. Hey guys! As some of you may know, the old wiki on cloud.wifipineapple.com was old and outdated, and it hadn't been edited in a long time. Thats why myself and sebkinne spent the past few days creating the new wiki!, Some guides have been updated to work with 2.8.0 and the new wiki is much more easier to contribute to and is cleaner in general. We would love it if you (the community) would contribute to the wiki in anyway you can, let it be reporting bad links or creating new guides, tips or any other cool things to do with your pineapple. And here it is. Cheers, -Foxtrot
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