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  1. Hi everyone, New to all of this so really appreciate any help. I've been able to setup my Packet Squirrel to be accessible through Open VPN on a VPS server (Digital Ocean). I can get into the Packet Squirrel remotely, but I've tried a couple of commands to scan the network it's on (e.g. arp-scan, arp -a) but I'm not getting anything back. I get a 'not found' message. The most I can get is the router on the inside network (i.e. the router on the other side of the VPN(?)). The Packet Squirrel is connected to a Raspberry Pi. Does anyone know what command I can run to scan the network and get a list of IPs/connected clients? Better yet, Is there a listing somewhere of the commands that can be run by default on the packet squirrel. Thanks a bunch!
  2. Skull_Script

    Best Equipment

    I am quite new to the world of hacking, and recently I have invested in the lan-turtle, and I was wondering what everyone's suggestions were on what Hak5 tool I should invest in next? '
  3. Good afternoon, Can't believe it has been 2 mos. since I last picked up this project. To bring you all up to speed, I have successfully gotten back into the packet squirrel, & installed Ovpn on my server(s) I believe I am at the last step, cannot....scp root@myserveraddress:client.ovpn . This is the order of steps per the hak5 video on the Packet Squirrel. This is the output from the command: connect to host 172.245.118.134 port 22: Network is unreachable. The command fails no matter which server/IP I use. Any suggestions? Maybe I skipped a step. Thanks again everyone.
  4. Crypto_Que

    Now What!?

    I have a habit of ssh(ing) into these devices & not being able to recover connections or retrieve data. What I did manage to do was recover data from TCPDUMP, so I can add that to my limited skillset (no pride here lol) Can anyone help me with the next steps? I am confident in my skills, but somewhat lost with the steps. I know, self taught is best but some of the steps are unclear leaving one to try different commands until something does work! Regards, Que
  5. First off I have searched forums. I could have more carfully, but nothing seems to have matched exactly. Now out of the box; I connected the squirrel.i immediately lost internet. I checked to insure I had it correctly, and I did. The hookup looks like ISP modem--->> squirrel -->> wireless router I also tried it over again from pc. NO issues on pc. no wire issues. has to be squirrel I tried the sqitch and ran it with windows restore. This thing just doesn't work. Help me, help me said the k
  6. Hello Hackers !!! I am new into infosec practically i was learning before but now into industry work so i am fed up of searching different methodology, tools, frameworks. I am stucked with something real life scenarios, there is wifi router which have 10 users. Me as admin of that router, how can i access these 10 users (PC, Andriod, etc) ? I tried wireshark, and many other stuff didnt get anything suitable? can i do this via adding a default welcome page to my router if some one connect will have to download something or something like this? a Newbie need help ;D
  7. Does the Packet Squirrel has an onboard serial port ? I know that i can use an external usb-serial adaptor but for compact design is there an port on the pcb there can be used from the OS ? Thanks Tooms
  8. GarrukApex

    New-ish idea

    From what I've gathered reading through this forum for the past 20 minutes, the interceptor is the community project that birthed the Packet Squirrel. What I want to know is, why even bother with the Pi/Packet squirrel? In Irongeek's implementation, he used a pi zero with an ethernet-usb adapter. Now, in 2018, we could use a pi zero and an usb/ethernet hub along with another ethernet adapter to achieve the same functionality. But, what was stopping them from using an arduino pro mirco/nano with 2 ethernet adapters and just logging everything to an SD Card? I may just be pandering, but I don't really have the money for a $50 mitm packet capturing device, so I was just wondering why it didn't work out when implemented using just an arduino, 2 ethernet adapters, and a micro sd adapter. I think that'd be a lot cheaper than a packet squirrel. Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't the interceptor just collecting packets, or is it forwarding them across the net?
  9. biob

    Hak5 artwork

    https://instagram.com/p/BatFZAIA8Pk/ Anyone know where I can find the Packet Squirrel and Ducky version?
  10. Phil Fergie

    ispyintel

    Hi Guys Looking to play with the ispyintel payload (looks cool), the problem I'm having is that when the payload runs it flashes red (fails to read usb drive). The pcap default payload writes loot fine and the PS see's the USB drive with other payloads. Any pointers appreciated :) Thanks Phil
  11. blackball

    Packet Squirrel + Responder?

    Has anyone evaluated the feasibility of using responder on the packet squirrel? Using on the Bash Bunny/Turtle is awesome, but I can see how putting it on a device which utilizes the supported Ethernet connection would expand the possibility of using something like the QuickCreds payload.
  12. Was wondering if it is possible to inject packets while the PS is in monitor mode? Or would this be pointless? if possible you could carry out an arp/nmap scan and it could be made to appear it’s coming from the host pc. Obviously I know one of the net modes allows the PS to present one IP on one interface and another IP on the other.
  13. I would like to thank the Hak5 team for developing such a great little product that is the Packet Squirrel. I see posts with people complaining that it doesn’t do gigabit, POE etc.. An people are missing the point, you get get a lot for your $60. The packet capture facility alone is worth the price tag. I would imagine that, to add gigabit and POE would probably triple the price, double the size and triple the power requirements. I for one, am very impressed with the devices that Hak5 have developed. I recently managed to buy a pineapple nano(second hand) , USB ducky and a Packet squirrel. My only regret is that I can’t afford the other devices at the moment. So come on gals and guys, let Hak5 team know the positives instead of the, why doesn’t it do this!
  14. Phil Fergie

    Firmware 1.1 and New Devices

    Hi Guys I have just received my Packet Squirrel and have attempted the firmware 1.1 upgrade. I attached the USB flash drive formatted to NTFS and have the upgrade-1.1 firmware file saved to it. When I power on the PS it takes the usual time to boot and then goes straight to flashing blue. Do you know if the new Packet Squirrels are already flashed with 1.1, if not how can I resolve the issue? Many Thanks Phil
  15. Ge0rgeAn0n

    Packet Squirrel Hotspot

    Is There any way to use Packet Squirrel in hotspot I mean to make a hotspot from a wireless wifi adapter with an ethernet in and out port
  16. DigitalTinker

    Web server on network side

    Is it possible to have a web server on the network side of the Packet Squirrel? It would be nice to create a tool similar to the NetScout NetSprinter that could be used for network diagnostics including LLDP. Could you attach a wireless adapter and have it run an access point as well?
  17. I saw your latest Defcon video packet squirrel. Any more information on that?
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