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Darren Kitchen

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This payload makes it easier to develop payloads which require Internet access.

This is useful for installing packages via opkg, or testing payloads in development.

It enables the SSH server, attempts to get an IP address from DHCP (Attack Mode default) then blinks the last octet of the IP address. Perfect for most /24 ( home networks.

Example: Plug the Shark Jack into your home network, wait ~45 seconds and it will blink cyan four times, pause, then blink twice. This indicates that the last octet of its IP address is .42 - so if your home LAN is, then your Shark Jack should be found at


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