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  1. Is there any documentation relate dot the Tetra that shows ports, connection configurations (like using the Y splitter), information on the USB power (so you know when to use the AC adapter), etc.? Also, are there any current decent how-tos? I found one on MITM, but all it talks about SSL is using SSLsplit.
  2. Is there documentation to all or any of the Hak5 line of products we can download for offline viewing and reference when needed? I’d like to keep copies locally to reference when I’m offline or in the field...
  3. I have scoured the internet for hours and have yet to find documentation on all the firmware available for the Rubber Ducky. I feel like there is so much functionality that I am losing, not knowing how to use some firmware. Currently on the GitHub page, there are about 20 different firmware versions available by default, and i haven't seen documentation on the repo (or anywhere) for the firmwares' individual functionalities. If anyone could be so kind as to send a pull request with even just a text file explaining them, it would be amazing. We could edit it and update as a community. That way we would know what keyboard commands work with the m_duck and composite duck firmware, exactly what USB spammer does (without having to google it), how random delay works, ect. Am i missing something, or does anyone feel the same?
  4. 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!
  5. Kali Linux Revealed book is now online. So back in 2013, there was this thread about kali documentation and a PDF e-book to go along - Which still holds true today. The docs.kali.org site is still up, and will be updated as changes happen. However, some of you may have heard, or not, so I wanted to update everyone, if you want to learn Kali Linux (not penetration testing, but the OS itself) more in depth, from customizing your own kernel and ISO deployments, to pre-loading drivers needed for installation on work machines and your own compatible/incompatible hardware to work as needed, deploy your own repositories with tools not already on the Kali repo, create attack appliances like the Evil Kali AP, then you will probably want to check out the Kali Linux Revealed book. Now, this might sound really spammy. And if I was only promoting the book to have you buy it, I would agree with you(I debated on whether I would ever post this here, but I know a lot of the hak5 community uses it alongside their other Hak5 tools and Pineapples) - but, we have taken the book, and converted it to a website, that we have given away FREE to the community. That is to say, the entire book is in web form, for free, search-able text, and we offer a PDF version for download from our new child site. Check out https://kali.training/ if you weren't already aware of it. I worked on converting the book from the HTML draft to create the wordpress version of the site which is linked above. A lot of man hours went into creating not only the book, but the site, and also material that was recently showcased at BlackHat for those who took the Kali Revealed class. It's an introduction to Kali and Linux, and a good primer for anyone who also might be thinking about the OSCP. Again, this is NOT a pentesting book, but if you do use Kali for learning pentesting and CTF's, this will still be a valuable resource for everyone. As Kali evolves and the Kali Team makes changes to the OS, the site will also update to reflect this over time, with new volumes released on the site as well. The book is also a mini-primer for Linux in general, so if you want to learn Linux and were always afraid to make Kali your first distro, this would be a great place to go and get your feet wet (I know a lot of people have always said don't start with Kali - personally I think that doesn't hold true today with it's Debian roots and would recommend it to anyone - my kids and wife use it as the family living room desktop, so it works fine for every range of user, n00b to l33t haxor...cough..). I'll admit, having worked on the site and reading only parts of it in full while converting it from the book the site, I myself am still a n00b when it comes to a lot of things Linux related in general, and while I use Kali for "fun" with CTF's, I am by no means fluent with it. I still have to sit down and read it in full myself, but I'm familiar with the topics in it and know that I need to brush up on a lot of the fundamentals. Just a reminder, this is not a Penetration Testing book. It's a Kali Linux OS book for sysadmins and InfoSec folks who need to deploy for their own use, or need to use and get familiar with, but it also is a complete walk-through from setup for new users, to more technical admin side towards the end of the book for anyone already in the field with a lead in for assessments.
  6. Step One : unpacked my Pineapple Nano Setup Two : Connected to my MacBook Air Initial setup screen says "Please ensure that the WiFi Pineapple is powered according to documentation for a successful firmware flash." Can anyone please point me to the 'Documentation' so that I can start with an RTFM [hoping to avoid a list of dumb questions]? Also - the Download section for Nano Firmware flash only includes Android Linux Windows so If I don't want to use my Macbook Air [forums seem to indicate it's more complicated - and I may not want to mess up my work laptop] does anyone have a recommendation between Android, Linux or Windows for a machine to use with my Pineapple Nano ? Should I figure out how to build a Kali Linux laptop ? [that would bee an other month long learning curve right ???]
  7. Greetings! Where can I get the manual for the Mark V? Thank you.
  8. Hey guys! The WiFi Pineapple Mark 5 API Docs are now here.
  9. Not to flame-as its posted under Mark 5 forum but want to get more folks on this site involved with getting a living documents started on the steps of setting up Mark 5 on------Ubuntu other distrosplus a living document / manuel on the tools used and linux command for each of these tools. Living Docuemnts to Start Mark V setup steps, by the numbers for the following---yes I know about the SCRIPT we can download but lets try doing it by the numbers 1) General Setup-- step by step with screen shots 2) Windos --scott helm does a ok job on the web, but need more information --- need with better screen shots 3)Linux / Ubuntu / other distros setup --- with screen shots 4) Linux- list of commands for each tool used Yes I know Newbie stuff, but I cannot remeber all the commands in linux never mind each of the tools. ========================================================= Ya I agree with D*wad we need a better step by step list of how to setup the Mark 5. I got mine to work --using windos by switching to ubuntu and there are certain issues with setting up. in looking at it on my other computer, you have multiple choices and tabs with ubuntu. also how about a dumb down step by step of how to setup the entire mark 5. Its great little brochure we get for 99.00 but step by step would be welcomed. Scott Helm on the web does a nice windos explain but nothing for ubuntu or linux etc... Steps 1)Follow the little pamphlet to flash ---cool it works--but how about more info on karma--BTW I keep putting MACS addresses but not sure if there being stored??? 2) Do you plug in the Mark 5 to our own laptop computers--- then enable Wifi also on our laptop?? if yes then what 3) What about running the programs or Blackbox / Kali Linux-- 4) How about a list or commands for each tool used with Mark 5-- that would be helpful Its nice to spend 99 bucks--pretty good deal but we need more documentation---at least the folks who do not pentest everyday.. thanks
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