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I would like to know if it is possible to set up a micro SD card so that I can download programs onto the sd card & have them run automatically when I plug it into any of my devices that are compatible with the programs on the card, without any further input from me, similarly to the USB rubber ducky.
I am not a linux expert but I purchased two Pineapple products for a number of self interested applications. I also purchased the A Guide To the Top WIFI Auditing Toolkit and found it lacking in details. I am looking for more verbose technical direction, something I can learn from, an admin guide, anything that will help me setup and operating the two pineapple products I own, the Nano and Tectra. For example, I opened a shell on the Nano to try and find the path to the Micro SD card but I don't know how to find it; LS -a, dir, LS doesn't work, after you stop laughing, I know, it must be some
Hi all, First off, I'm new to this so I'm not sure if it's best practice to piggy-back off another person's post with a similar (but not quite the same) issue or to start my own thread, so my apologies if I'm causing unnecessary duplication. I purchased a Mark V a few weeks ago and have started playing around with it a bit (haven't gotten too far yet). Today I picked up a 16GB SanDisk class 10 Micro SD card (per the Hak5 recommendation: https://forums.hak5.org/index.php?/topic/31667-answers-to-common-questions/?p=237638), and when I first tried to format it using the Pineapple it didn't wor