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  1. I've had two BashBunny payloads fail on me (USB_File_Exfiltration and SmartFileExtract_Exfiltration) when I ran them in the morning, after working on them for a full day trying to get them to work (the night before). Debugging the scripts on Windows, I found out that the date/time stamp formatting for the filename was causing the issue. The hour is left-padded with a space in the AM. I found the following hint for creating Windows Batch Script variables that are properly formatted with the date/time. My modified code to match the format in the payload scripts is below: @echo of
  2. Hi all, Just got a LT last week, and liking it so far. Though my plan for it requires it be placed in a remote location I can't get into without some effort. That said I want to use cron to reboot the LT on a time schedule, either a specific time say 1AM EST, or after a certain amount of uptime. I've had no luck with the entries I've made into cron so far. ex. 0 1 * * * root reboot > /dev/null 2>&1 0 1 * * * /sbin/reboot If anybody can help me find a working cron reboot setup I'd be so very grateful! Thanks! lase
  3. I am wondering how to change the system on Pineapple IV. When I typed date command, it shows 1970, and then I tried date -s command to change the system time, but it says invalid date. So how can I change the system time on Pineapple?
  4. battery issue can i know how much time it will take to fully charge each model of the list MODLE TIME TAKEN TO CHARGE COMPLETELY DC 12120 -------------------------------------------- HBJ 12180 -------------------------------------------- HBJ 12380 -------------------------------------------- HBJ 12680 -------------------------------------------- HBJ 12980 -------------------------------------------- DC 12380 -------------------------------------------- DC 12680 -------------------------------------------- D
  5. Mark IV with 2.7.0 Every time I turn on my Pineapple the date and time are set to 1970. I'm sure there is a way to change that at the command line each time but I was wondering if it was possible to have an auto time check occur with whatever device logs in to the Pineapple Control Panel. This would save time and ensure that log files are time/date stamped correctly. Maybe have a date/time update section of the Configuration tab... Also, with regards to Karma. I see that the log goes to /tmp/karma.log file... But I want to save all logs to a file on the USB drive for later study. If you stop
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