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So it appears almost nobody can get the signal owl to do anything it is supposed to. I am new to Hak5 products but have been a youtube fan for some time now. Have to admit very disappointed in the signal owl and my first hak5 product. That being said I think it has potential and would like to start a discussion about anything you can get to actually work. There are so many posts talking about the problems with this product. Just like many others I seem to be able to run payloads but they will not save any output. They create folders but are always empty. Also the basic garbage SSID spammer does nothing. Which is confusing because other payloads seem to work just not save the data. I was pretty excited to thinking the Garbage spammer may work... Not a chance.... I wish the LED status indications on this devices were move distinct. Different colors instead of 1 color and different speeds. I also have the bash bunny, the rubber ducky and the shark jack. I have not played with them yet. I'm bound and determined to get the signal owl to successfully do something before I move on to any of the others. I believe some of the problem with this tool is lack of good videos on DARRENS part lol. Huge fan just busting chops. The bash bunny, usb rubber ducky and shark jack all seem to have tons of documentation and videos which should make them much easier to build, test and deploy. So my question is: What have you got to work? If you ran into a problem and got it fixed what was the solution? 1) I got ssh to work. I can run the python interpreter through ssh and move files around and see the thumb drive connected. This is pretty cool and fun to play around with. - I had a problem getting it into arming mode at first. As stupid as it sounds you have to push the button incredibly quick or the signal owl bugs out and acts as if it restarts instead.
Hello! We're happy to introduce the 1.0.1 update for the Signal Owl. It introduces some bug fixes and changes on entering Arming Mode to improve the user experience. 1.0.1 Change Log: General Simplified device mode selection. The device now starts in ATTACK mode by default. Enter ARMING mode by pressing the device button at any time while in ATTACK mode. Fixed a bug in USB Storage Mounting, which sometimes would cause payloads and firmeware upgrades to fail. Fixed a bug in the LED helper, which would sometimes prevent payloads from updating the LED. Fixed a network device driver bug and interface misconfiguration caused by some external wireless adapters. Fixed a bug in the device reset button, which made it difficult to perform factory resets. You can grab the update via the Hak5 Download Center and follow the Hak5 Docs Signal Owl Update article to get on the latest version. Cheers, Marc
Hi guys, I am considering purchasing a Pineapple Tetra. I searched out the forums for most of my answers but I do have a question about the range. How strong of a signal does the Tetra give off as far as distance (when in AP mode)? How great is the tetra at AP (SSID) discovery? Can it's AP signal and (SSID) discovery range compete with an Alfa wireless card such as these two (A) (B)? Thanks.