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Introducing the Shark Jack


Darren Kitchen
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On 8/21/2019 at 1:57 AM, Jtyle6 said:

The documentation page is now available.

 

Thanks for sharing the link buddy.............it really is a simple device, which looks like it will work well in office environments........I will have to get a couple.......cheers again for sharing:

Shark Jack

A portable network attack and automation tool for pentesters and systems administrators designed to enable social engineering engagements and opportunistic wired network auditing.

 

 

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There's ~23 MB free on the root file system and another ~30 MB available in /tmp

Cocktail napkin math says with 14 byte hashes you're looking at being able to store some 1.6 million creds, give or take... 

And of course there's always C2CONNECT && C2EXFIL /tmp/logfile # :)

 

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I never knew this thing existed ... Did you ever do a demo on the channel ? I love cheap but effective pocket sized gadgets , plus it doesn't look malicious at all .. Looks like something every IT guy might have on his keychain.  I noticed a lot of things on sale in the hakshop , probably going to capitalize on that😎

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19 hours ago, dustbyter said:

This is an interesting idea. Not sure on the extensibility of it through scripting. 

I guess I don't see the purpose of this device with its limited space. How has anyone used this so far other than running nmap really easy.

I have a few ideas in mind for it, beyond just "quick!!!! make the SOC go red!" Hoping to get one progressed today and will submit it to the github payloads when it's ready for sharing.

Also, for a device that can quickly check if there is a sterile area in the visitor areas of buildings when on an Phys SE job, this tool is pretty damn discrete. Certainly more so than "hey can I just er do some work! thannnnkkkss!" and whipping out a laptop with an ethernet cable.

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