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  1. So after having a laptop stolen, and finding really no help to recover it, I had to come up with an idea of my own, or maybe it exists, and I don't know. I want to exploit my own laptop by soldering a USB to the motherboard. This USB, once the computer is turned on and logged into, and detects a network, will do one, or all of three things: 1) Will drop a specific remote access file matching one that is pre-saved in a cloud server, allowing the original owner to remotely access their stolen computer. This file will be dropped every single time on startup, and if the file already exis
  2. I recently got a few digisparks I used in a project recently and I kinda wanna add a button to one to replay a few commands when I push it kinda like a macro key. Is there any way to make it so when I just push the button that it either reset the code already on the digispark or to execute it the moment I push the button. I saw a great tutorial on how to add a rotary encoder and control the volume on the computer like wouldn't it just be the same steps but with a button and a lil less code. This is the specific one I am using now I don't have a soldering kit at the moment so no need to re
  3. So i was wondering if anyone has tried this or knows how to? -------------------------------- PS4 Bluetooth Pass Through a Computer for the PS4 Controller for Custom 'Configs & Auto Commands' to send back to the PS4 System and looks as if it was the normal controller connected not the PC Bluetooth or, if plugged in the controller Bluetooth output to the PS4. PS: Sorry if this doesn't make sense to you, if you have questions on what i posted please reply and I'll answer the best i can. Thanks Also those who know me sorry i haven't been on in a long time.. Still using all m
  4. Hello, so I am working on my bachelors in network security and I have started messing around with electronics as a hobby. I was looking online for anyone that has added a usb port to the Pineapple Juice 1800, and could not find anything so I decided to give it a try myself. The little board with the usb port is from one of those car usb adapters that plugs into the cig lighter. I bought it for 99 cents with free shipping off ebay a while back. It takes 12v from the vehicle and converts it into 5v for usb, so I figured it would work just fine with this battery pack. The first thing I did was ta
  5. i downloaded and installed the usb ducky driver from amtel like i was told i have visual c++ and i have the flip program. i ran it and it asks me to select my device. but its not listed. what do i do? did flip remove support for the duck? When installed the duck shows as at32uc3b in device manager. Is there another name for this device that i do not know?
  6. I was watching the router episode and was wondering about doing the same thing with a raspberry pi. I figured i could install a usb nic and a usb wifi dongle. possibly also hooking up a powered usb hub and adding a hard drive I also didn't understand what the issue was that Darren had with making his router an access point. I am over all just wondering what the thoughts and concerns for doing this. would the 512 ram and 700 mhz processor be good enough for the performance they were trying to create in the episode?
  7. Hello everyone im new to the forms but ive been following hak5 videos for sometime now and ive learned alot now ive seen theres alot of talent and skills on here and im 20 years old and i love backtrack and linux platforms but always run a orcale vm on windows :/. so today i have a r36 from alfa i got it earlier this month to go with my awus036h its cool for sharing the wifi ive grabbed around but does anyone have any firmware or scripts that can be ran on it? well i hope to get some postive if any feed back thanks. -Gonza
  8. NEW Version 2.0 of my USB SwissKnife (Faster, Smaller and concealed, With new USB Ruber Ducky 2.0) Since HAK5 recently lowered its price on the USB Ruber Ducky, I decided it was time to update my old USB SwissKnife! So this one is quite simple; A HAK5 USB Ruber Ducky with the TwinDuck (Composite HID + Mass Storage) firmware with a 8Gb SD card + a 32Gb Bootable USB drive. The Bootable USB Drive is exactly like the old one except that I increased from 16Gb to 32Gb… So the old one still correctly describe that portion. However, the new version of the Ruber Ducky is quite different; - It run
  9. Hey guys! First post! And all because I broke a heater, and got a great idea! Ha! I broke my heater, electricity gets to it, but it doesn't heat. Thought about taking it apart, and fixing it...then saw it sitting beside my computer, and an idea struck me! Why not "fix" a little computer (or even a beast of a machine?) inside the heater? It has vents all over it already. It even as a fan built in already. A power supply that pulls in up to 2000Watts. And loads of slots at the bottom for USB's, HDMI, etc. Mount this behind or near a TV, and you have a handy little server, noiseless (hopefu
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