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  1. LAN Turtle vs. Packet Squirrel

    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!
  2. Cron reboot command?

    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! lasermole.
  3. Wireshark SSH Tunnel

    Hey all, I'm new, had the LAN turtle for about three weeks and I'm loving it. I have limited knowledge of the RF spectrum and I'm new to networks etc, but I've learnt so much by solving problems as I've gone along. However one thing I'm stuck with is setting up an SSH tunnel to the turtle remotely, in order to get a more diverse capture than I believe URLsnarf is capable of. Current setup Windows 10 putty (and/or Kali in Vbox) SSH to a digitalocean VPS SSH into my turtle remotely. I've searched the forums and googled for "wireshark remote ssh capture" etc, but everything I find seems either irrelevant or goes way over my head. From what I did understand it seems like I may not be able to do it. And I figured if it was possible, wouldn't everyone be using Wireshark instead of URLSnarf (which seems basic to me) Questions Do any of you gurus know if it is possible to get a relatively comprehensive live capture from the LAN turtle via SSH? Has anyone done this yet?
  4. Hello guys. So I have just followed this guide to set up my lan turtle over wifi so I don't need to plug it into the ethernet to set it up/update/etc https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=11qAQ3X71X0 I do this on my Kali machine (So I can open up the turtle.sh file) I follow all the steps... it works fine... I can even ping google... But as soon as i unplug the Turtle, and plug it into my Windows PC... All that change and config gets deleted.... I cant access the turtle.sh to set it up on my windows PC either because you cant open bash scripts in powershell And now when I RE-PLUG it back into my Kali to do all the ./turtle.sh again... It wont ping google now??? I follow the step by step, run the bash file... Set up my default gateway... And then when its all done and says "happy shelling" it no longer pings google???? Do I need to do a hard reset?
  5. QuickCreds / Responder NTLM Issue.

    **IT Issue, not directly Turtle Related** Hi Guys, I'm loving the Turtle, however, I've been able to get everything working however, I'm having an issue. When I use QuickCreds, or configured Responder, I capture the NTLM hash fine, but when I go to process it in Hashcat, with the known account credentials in the password file, or a weak password that I know and brute force it, I never get the calculated plaintext. The hash is seen as correct, and viable within Hashcat, but it's not valid. This is the example NTLM from Hashcat, which works fine: admin::N46iSNekpT:08ca45b7d7ea58ee:88dcbe4446168966a153a0064958dac6:5c7830315c7830310000000000000b45c67103d07d7b95acd12ffa11230e0000000052920b85f78d013c31cdb3b92f5d765c783030 (Processes to "hashcat") This is my capture with some details adjusted so that it remains private: REDACTED$::REDACTED:1122334455667788:REDACTEDFB7CBC971F7DEE1FREDACTED:0101000$ So why is this happening? The only thing I could think is that it's on a domain, (I've been given permission to this this, so don't worry) Thanks in advance.
  6. No SSH when plugged into regular LAN?

    Hi, I went through the initial setup by connecting my Turtle to my laptop and updating to the latest version (per ).%C2'> Once I reset the password for the SSH connection, I disconnected the Turtle from my laptop and connected it directly to my LAN switch. I can see the device come up and pull a DHCP address, and I can ping it just fine, but ALL ports are closed - no SSH for me. Once I reconnect to my laptop to get the 172.16.84.x address, I'm back in business. I must be missing something - maybe I need to configure one of the modules differently or something? F
  7. Problems resetting LAN Turtle

    I am following these steps from the wiki: Factory Reset / "Unbricking" In the extreme case that a LAN Turtle has become permenantly inaccessible or inoperative, there is a quick method for recovery using a special web interface. Download the latest factory image from https://downloads.lanturtle.com/turtle-2-factory.bin Carefully open the LAN Turtle case by removing the two screws underneath the sticker on the bottom While holding the button on the bottom of the LAN Turtle, plug the device into a computer After 3 seconds let go of the button and wait an additional 30 seconds to receive an IP address from the LAN Turtle If you do not receive an IP address in the 192.168.x range from the LAN Turtle within a minute, statically assign the LAN Turtle's interface to (netmask Browse to the LAN Turtle firmware recovery web interface at Follow the on screen prompts to upload and flash the factory image downloaded in step 1 When the flash is complete the LAN Turtle will reboot and will be accessible again from with the default username root and password sh3llz I do not get an IP in the 192.168.x.x range any time I hold down the button. When I hold down the button on my Kali linux box it comes up as with a gateway of If I manually set the adapter IP in Kali to I am not able to get to a website using my web browser. I have tried this on a Linux Mint laptop, Kali linux laptop and Mac computer with all the same results. I have tried holding the button for 1 second and for 30 seconds and places in between with the same results. Do you think my LAN Turtle is defective?
  8. Steal Passwords from network

    Hello, We all know thats is easily possible to steal login datas from logged PC`s using the Lan Turtle. But whould this work also in a network? So i connect the Lan turtle with a Lancable to the network and not directly to a PC? I hope you can answer my question :) Thanks in advice, Simon Sorry for my bad englisch :/
  9. I don´t know if this qualifies as a "hacker question" but I just got a new apartment and i don´t have a router yet, is it possibe to conect my lan turtle with a cabe and then conect it to my Nano by the "Host port" at the back and then to my computer and share the network to my other computers? Thankful for answers :)
  10. Hello Hak5 Community - I've been having a tough time with my new LAN turtle. I'll try to keep this as succinct as possible.. 1. My LAN turtle is accessible via SSH from the local host at 172.16.84.X 2. With ethernet cable plugged in, eth1 gets an IP address in my home subnet range of 10.0.0.x, and an amber link light. 3. From the shell on the turtle, I can ping the gateway (, I can ping other machines on that subnet. I have internet DNS resolution. I can even do things like wget http://example.com and that works too... But whenever I try to get updates via the "GUI" on the turtle, it tells me my turtle is currently offline! Its infuriating! I have flashed the turtle manually using the latest code available from https://downloads.lanturtle.com/ using instructions provided by Darren Kitchen. Any ideas guys? Thanks for all your help. Hak5 rocks!
  11. Lan turle v.s. public school

    I am a security tester and I have been hired at a public school. What I'm wanting to achieve is to be able to access the school network from my home. I understand on connecting my computer and the turtle to a vpn. Example: «My home computer» > VPN > lan turtle > school computer > «school network» Basically the goal is to plug the turtle (with the right modules) into a computer and plug the Ethernet cord into the lan turtle. Then go home and access the network and do what I need to do. Example: Ethernet > lan turtle > school computer > school network The questions are: 1. Does the host computer (the one with the turtle plugged in) need to be on? 2. Does the host computer being logged off matter? 3. Would my theory work? 4. How could I get a list of every user on the network (school systems are tricky, any user can be Logged in on any computer)? 5. Will it just be that school network or will I also access the entire county school network?
  12. Hi, great little toy, though having some issues with sshfs. I managed to get autossh and sshfs to connect to a linux box i have on the net over tcp:443 without a hassle. Great posts from the forum and good videos. Thanks... autossh works as advertised, and starts on boot, within 60 seconds of connecting i am able to ssh in. However, i cannot seem to get sshfs to start on boot, and instead have to ssh in, use the turtle menu to start it or exit to the cli and type start sshfs. both autossh and sshfs exist in /etc/turtle/autostart_modules as symlinks to their respective /etc/turtle/modules/ files as called by /etc/init.d/turtle I have even tried to 'wrong way' to do things and set start sshfs in /etc/rc.local but with no avail. It would be helpful to have sshfs started on boot instead of having to connect to, and manually start on, or shortly after boot. any known fix?
  13. pip/install python modules?

    Looking to install some python modules for a project. pip is not there. Tried a workaround that seemed have failed. So what are my options? And can I get a list of python modules available for the Turtle ahead of time? (to avoid wasting time)
  14. I don't know if this is even possible, I just opened my turtle that I got at defcon this year. I saw TetherATurtle on https://forums.hak5.org/index.php?/topic/36460-tut-tether-turtle-to-laptop-like-the-wifi-pineapple/, but I am not trying to tell my computer to share connection with turtle. I want to plug the turtle into a desktop with internet connection, then plug an ethernet between the turtle and my laptop, and my laptop to have an internet connection from the turtle. [desktop with internet] <=> [turtle] <==ethernet==> [laptop] The desktop is windows 7, and it is domained. Not sure if I have access to change the internet settings, or else I know I could easily set up ICS. On Monday I will check if the access to change settings it there, but if this is possible it would be a great turtle module if the feature is not something that can be set right now.