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  1. Hi! Alongside our WiFi Pineapple and LAN Turtle firmware release, we're happy to announce firmware 3.0 for the Packet Squirrel. This update, like the LAN Turtle's, features an up-to-date kernel, firmware base and packages, including nmap, tcpdump and OpenVPN. Change Log 3.2: General Fix an issue affecting package installation and signature verification. Misc Work around a kernel bug causing packet filtering to fail in some tools. Thank you @adde88! Remove PHP from the firmware. Change Log 3.1: General Fix an issue where NTFS and VFAT formatted USB storage devices would not be detected properly. Misc Fix an issue where the C2 Client would not auto-start. Change Log 3.0: General Update base firmware from OpenWRT 15.05 to 19.07. Update kernel from 3.18.84 to 4.14.133. Packages OpenVPN package now supports LZ4-V2 compression. To update your Packet Squirrel, grab the latest firmware from the Hak5 Download Portal and follow the Upgrade Instructions. ♥ - The Hak5 Development Team
  2. Just got my PS to use for packet captures. I have been using a RPi but like that the PS was passive. However it appears the the PS only passes traffic through it if it has power. Has anyone experienced a different behavior with their PS?
  3. Hey! Could someone please explain the key differences between the LAN Turtle and Packet Squirrel? And if possible, the differences between a PlugBot (Here) I'm just a little confused, thanks!
  4. Just some pics for fun. Its beginning to look more like a black scorpion :) They currently operate individually but together. Pineapple grabs the clients optionally with evil portal etc, bashbunny can run metasploit etc against those clients and the packet squirrel is my gateway to wwan (I normally use a mr3020). I was trying to get FAT support on the squirrel too so it could maybe dump the session to the sd card storage of the modem. When you think it's controlled via a few terminal screens on a phone and it can fit in a bag its reasonably stealthy. Not NANO stealthy but still. I normally run this with 12V 2A battery but for the pics I used the USB battery.
  5. Maybe this is completely useless and may not be possible, but I think it would be really cool to port the HID attack mode to the squirrel, given that it has a USB port and it functions almost as the turtle, having HID to do spoofing and phishing attacks even easier would be really cool and handy I think. It should be possible but will maybe take to much time.
  6. Hello just received my Packet Squirrel and was trying to use putty to set it up, but unfortunately I could not find a com port assigned from my device or task manager. Running windows 7 and thought it to be minor error, anyone know of another way to obtain the port number?
  7. Hi everyone! I would love to solicit some feedback on what the strengths of the LAN Turtle are; and what the strengths of the Packet Squirrel are. Which is better suited for what particular types of applications? What has worked reliably and consistently for you on one or both platforms? If you have a favorite, I'd like to know it; and why. Thanks for all of your replies. Looking forward to reading what everyone has to say!
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