Altrez Posted September 4, 2019 Share Posted September 4, 2019 Hello Everyone, I got my Shark Jack in yesterday and used it for around 2 hours. It worked fine using Nmap to scan a local subnet when plunged into a switch port. The battery life is around 12 minutes and it gets very hot when charging. I noticed it would crash when the battery got low if I had it plugged in a jack looking around in arming mode. To fix that I simply plugged in a usb c cable and could stay in as long as I wanted. One thing I really like is the LED indicator lights making the jack glow different colors based on the current actions, its a really neat and effective feature. I also setup a usb network card on my Windows 10 workstation so I could easily plug in the Shark to look at my scans without having to unplug my network connection and that works great. It would be nice if we could add a few more tools to the Shark like for instance macchanger would be a killer app on the Shark Jack. I was going to try to get it on the internet today to see if I could add a few things to the Open-WRT build that's on it: root@shark:/etc# cat os-release NAME="OpenWrt" VERSION="18.06-SNAPSHOT" ID="openwrt" ID_LIKE="lede openwrt" PRETTY_NAME="OpenWrt 18.06-SNAPSHOT" VERSION_ID="18.06-snapshot" The Shark Jack is a cool new gadget that you should consider adding to your pen-test tool bag, I feel like it can only get better moving forward and with a few more good tools added to the Shark Jack it can really be a goto first pass recon security tool. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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