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I wanted to try getting this python script for the kr00k POC running on my Tetra. Finally got it all working, mainly had issues with cryptodomex, after a while I realized it was a simple package called python3-cryptodomex.. derp. You'll need python3 installed, I'm unsure if this is installed default or not, but you can install with the package manager (opkg). I only included the PIP commands for python3 because I needed them specifically for python3, and was running into issues with it installing via opkg install python3-pip, but it may need a specific version, this way worked perfect, so I didn't research much further into it. I also needed to upgrade setuptools in order to build scapy properly. Here's the commands you'll need to use via SSH: opkg install python3-cryptodomex wget https://bootstrap.pypa.io/get-pip.py python3 get-pip.py pip install -U setuptools pip install scapy git clone https://github.com/hexway/r00kie-kr00kie.git && cd ./r00kie-kr00kie I've also added it to my gist for future reference. You need to comment out line # 516 of r00kie-kr00kie.py in order to prevent it from killing your remote SSH sessions. Once that's all done, you should be good to go! Hopefully this is useful for someone.
Hello Hak5 Forums, I am new to the forums but am not new to the show, I am a current subscriber and watch almost every video that is uploaded. I had an interesting idea and wanted to see if it was to possible so I signed up here to find out. I'm trying to see if a linux server, with something like LDAP can also handle all users and permissions for multiple clients so when I go from computer to computer I use the same username and credentials and have the same permissions when accessing network drives. The problem that I am seeing is that for the windows side it would require Windows Server, and that is something I would rather not have to deal with. Eventually if it is possible to do this, I would like to deploy this on a central virtualization server and have all my computer both windows and linux already configured with my credentials and my network shares mapped and ready to use. Thanks in Advance, Levi
Hi, I received my new Tetra Wifi. I have a few questions. I'm trying to see what options do I have in the the shell. I notice this is a (modified?) version of OpenWRT with BusyBox. A few commands I missed, such as: more, less, ... I checked the opkg (I'm used to debian with apt-get) to see what is available. There is not that many packages there, I have tried opkg list For example, I was looking for tmux, gpsd, and gpsd-clients Is there additional mirrors that I need to get my packages? I have an external 128gb thumb drive for extra storage. However, the modules only have an option to install to internal. ( I do have it in /mnt/usb now) Do you know why? One of the actions I tried was to compiled from source tmux, but there is no make either. In general, I'm trying to learn more what do I have in the box (shell) and see the limitations. I also wanted to get the Internet using a wireless card. Given that wlan1 is used for something else and wlan0 is for the WPA secure connection, I was thinking to add a third one. One easy option may be to add a ethernet wifi (to use the port that I already have) instead of getting a third wi-fi Thanks for the help. feedback is welcome!
Basically, my school has a deep-freeze program that resets everything on their computers over the night. I want to disable that program. I have access to an admin account. How do I do this (ELI5 pls)? Thanks, neophyte PS Please, no "OH LAWD YOU DESTRORYIN SCHOOL PROPERTY" answers. I understand the risks.