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so yesterday i got my bashbunny in the mail (yay) and the cred payloads where not working (nothing in loot folder) no worries.jpg ill just upgrade the newest firmware. i followd all the steps, now with the upgrade to 1.3 my bashbunny did all the steps -green -red -red/blue -green but no blue even afther a hour. then it got so hot it burnd my fingers pulling it out; now it turns -green -blinking red for a while -green then stop en getting really hot and stays really hot. i leaved it in for 40 minutes and still noting but only fingerburns help.jpg
Hey everyone, I've been working on a project lately that had the pineapple in it. I'm just wondering How much heat can the pineapple take. is there any way to measure the heat without an external sensor? because it ran quite hot. would that damage any of it components? P.S the nano is securely stored in a pelican case. Thanks
Just received the SDR kit from the Hakshop and had two questions: 1.) The RTL unit when plugged into the USB drive is EXTREMELY hot. Is this normal for this hardware? 2.) The device is not recognized in a full install of kali (tried lsusb command to verify). Kali's full install appears to have the sdr drivers installed. Is there something else that must be done for the device to be recognized?
As I get more involved with my testing, the more I want to build a proper, dedicated test lab at home to play with. Nothing too much, maybe a couple of servers and some network kit. Looking around, I can get 2nd-hand rack-mountable servers relatively cheaply... However, my question isn't about how to set it up, or what to install, but rather: Where can I keep it without making my family want to kill me? The only space that I could really use is the garage - the servers would be just too noisy (not to mention blowing hot air) - and putting them under the stairs would just cause Mrs FM and Bambino FM to disown me and kick me out the family home! I have nothing against using the garage (in principle), but I'm worried about dust (in general), temperature and moisture (condensing tumble dryer in there) killing the kit. Figure I can give the place a thorough clean, paint the floor, seal any small holes easily enough, but I'd prefer beyond the initial outlay on equipment, to keep this as low-cost as possible. Has anybody got any useful tips on: Protecting delicate equipment in potential hostile environments? Server hardware that is perhaps nice & cool/quiet, without breaking the bank (bearing in mind that I can get hold of a dual-xeon HP Proliant DL360 with 6Gb RAM for around £90)? Social engineering techniques to convince the family that a comms rack in the spare room is a brilliant idea? Thanks in advance!