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Tools not installing to /tools on root


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I recently upgraded the bash bunny to  version 1.3_264

After following the install tools method, the tools don't appear in /tools. I first downloaded the tools, put them in the tools folder of the bash bunny while it was in arming mode. Plug it back in again on arming mode, the magenta LED display as it is meant to. After this process finished, there were no tools to speak of in the /tools folder in root via SSH. Therefore, QuickCreds won't work.

Any ideas?

 

Thanks.

 

 

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did you download the tools from the forum post labeled tools? also the tools will not show up in the /root/tools folder after they are installed, you will have to ssh or serial in to see with in /tools not /root/tools.  FYI gohttp will not show up in this file even after you install because it installs somewhere else.  Seb made a post about it on the Tools post.

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Hi guys, sorry for a late reply. I couldn't reply for some reason.

20 hours ago, b0N3z said:

did you download the tools from the forum post labeled tools? also the tools will not show up in the /root/tools folder after they are installed, you will have to ssh or serial in to see with in /tools not /root/tools.  FYI gohttp will not show up in this file even after you install because it installs somewhere else.  Seb made a post about it on the Tools post.

Yes, from the post labeled 'tools' I did download gohttp. Along with this, I downloaded responder_2.3.3.6-2 which is not from that same 'tools' post, but from the main QuickCreds thread. The reason I did downloaded  responder_2.3.3.6-2 instead of the one Seb's posted one is because it solves the problem of QuickCreds being stuck in a responder loop (Amber light continuous flashing). I miss spoke when I said the tools folder in root. I should have said: after logging in as root via SSH, then cd.. , then cd tools, responser & gohttp are not there. Not I figure that the responder I tried to install just doesn't work, & as you mentioned, gohttp won't display in /tools anyway. I tried to install impacket, and it worked fine, so there is no installation issue after all - I guess. However, I could install responder_2.3.3.6-2 before I upgraded to the latest firmware, and it did solve the QuickCreds issue that a few of us are having, so ideally I wish  that this version of responder would install. I guess I now need to find another solution to get QuickCreds working - but that's for another thread.

 

9 hours ago, Dave-ee Jones said:

The post b0N3z is talking about is here.

Yes. Thanks for helping.

Thanks everyone.

Overall: There is actually no installation bug, as gohttp won't show in /tools  anyway & responder_2.3.3.6-2 doesn't install (it seems).

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