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Hello, I'm trying to compile custom firmware for a rubberducky, because I want to change the ducky's serialnumber. I've found the setting I want to change: \USB-Rubber-Ducky-master\Firmware\Source\Mass_Storage\USB\src\config\conf_usb.h > define USB_DEVICE_SERIAL_NAME "..." // Disk SN for MSC So now I just need to compile this into new working firmware. But I can't find a guide on doing this anywhere, and I haven't done much compiling/coding, so I don't have the experience to do it on my own. I've downloaded "Atmel Studio 7.0" since I read somewhere that that is what's needed, but after a lot of clicking arround and opening files and pressing buttons, I can't seem to get it to compile anything.. Can anyone help me with this? FYI: I've done my fair share of coding for arduino's/pi's and hardware hacking so I'm not a complete noob, but this has left me flustered a bit...
So the pineapple has an APP in the android market. Anyone thought of making an app for the Ducky? Would be nice to be able to flash and adjust payloads on the go with an android device. Select the payloads through the app, dl them to our android device and flash them to the duck at will. Could also have a live editor to compile our own payloads. 1. could android flash the duck? / drivers out there for it? 2. anyone want to write the app? -thought process here is that we are mobile most of the time. half or our gear is ready to go. Using our mobile device vs a computer would make more sense to me to be less visible when it comes down to blending in on a pen test. Don't have to stop there, could be all the Hak5 tools wrapped into one app that have an interface. Lan turtle, etc. --- anyone? --- thoughts?
I haven't been able to find a way to compile C programs on the MKV yet and am wondering if anyone else has done it. Opkg has make in the repository but it doesn't do me any good without being able to point the Makefile to a compiler. I've looked up how to compile on another system and set the target to an ARM based architecture but I'm honestly lost when it comes to toolchains. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Edit: I may have just found something useful here called CrossTool. I'm trying it now and if I can get a C program compiled properly before anyone else brings forth a solution I will attempt to build a how-to guide on it.
Hi i'm stuck with a RTL8192CU wifi card i can see it in the usb menu but I can't use it in the network manager. Can someone provide me some help or a good Tutorial to compile a driver for the wifi pineapple I downloaded the driver from realtek but i don't realy know how to port it to the pineapple. thank you. usb menu: Bus 001 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub Bus 001 Device 003: ID 1a40:0101 Terminus Technology Inc. 4-Port HUB Bus 001 Device 004: ID 0781:556b SanDisk Corp. Bus 001 Device 005: ID 0bda:8171 Realtek Semiconductor Corp. RTL8192CU 802.11n WLAN Adapter