psydT0ne Posted May 17, 2009 Share Posted May 17, 2009 Hi, Having successfully hacked my fon and briefly connecting to the thing and thinking "this is so cool", I was at a bit of a loss how to put the little creature into good use. As a complete noob, once I had actually hacked the fon, I kinda sat back and thought ok...now what. I realise that there are forum topics covering off on connecting jasager through your internet connection and many other topics that deal with certain jasager issues that take ages to pour through. I decided at the time to shelf the pineapple until it (and me i guess) matured a little and people started to share more of their ideas on uses and ways they accomplished it. I came back to the project again this weekend and thought I'd take another look at it. Alas I'm still at a loss. I understand that experimentation is always part of the fun, but I'm a person who learns quickly through watching and doing. What I'm really looking to do is put together a collection of tutorials to show the complete jasager project from installation, upgrade, right through to putting it to use in a network/pentesting/interception scenario. Maybe some of you guys and gals out there have found some really great ideas and applications for the fon and perhaps thought about putting a tutorial together...or perhaps you've found a tutorial on an alternative site that you've found useful. I'm not only looking for people to write tutorials just to help me, but to conclusively put together a reliable archive of information. I know a wiki may be useful for this BUT...the wiki here has left a lot to be desired. I'm looking at storing all these guides on a web site and I will give full credit to the authors. I'm not looking to claim anyones work as my own....my motives are altruistic. I'm kinda surprised in a way that the project doesn't have such an archive. So....if you're inclined to help and share your knowledge, please submit your tutorials. There's a few ways you could do this and I'm completely open to suggestions. You can send these on to me via email, post your links or link to your tutorial on your own webspace. I hope you think this a worthwhile idea, because as a noob in the art of the FON, we need all the help we can get. email@example.com Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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