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  1. Hi, I recently seen the PacketSquirrel and just thought this is cool hardware. But, this is still in a formfactor that's still attention-drawing, especially if it hangs from a wall-outlet. I thought about the size of a generic USB-stick or the first Chromecast-Stick... something that got a Battery (or USB-powered, using a Powerbank) a RJ45-plug to connect directly to ethernet-ports and a USB-port or SD-slot to dump data while still having it's own Bluetooth or Wifi-adapter to allow wireless access from within range. Best I found yet was a stripped down USB-Ethernet-adapter soldered to a Pi Zero. Couldn't figure out how to solve the MAC-change and buttonclick though.
  2. Hey guys. After having fun with the LAN Turtle and WiFi Pineapple Nano I took a break and started working on my own project. It's called BrowserBackdoor. It's an Electron application that includes a JavaScript WebSocket backdoor that connects to my Ruby listener. The Electron application runs in the background with no user interface and is basically Chromium so it hasn't been flagged by any Anti Viruses I've tested it against. The Ruby listener can send commands or modules to the Electron application for it to execute and send the results back. Here are the modules I've created so far: enableStartup, screenshot, downloadFile, beep, execCommand, readClipboard, moveToTrash, readDir, openURL, createFile, writeClipboard The up to date list is here: https://github.com/IMcPwn/browser-backdoor/tree/master/server/modules I've also taken some screenshots of what the console looks like: https://github.com/IMcPwn/browser-backdoor/wiki/Screenshots If anyone is interested in suggesting anything I should add or working on the project with me let me know! Github link: https://github.com/IMcPwn/browser-backdoor I'm also trying out Discord for live text/voice chat: https://discord.gg/013wk2VPnnuw9iLmU
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