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Key Croc with RJ45 or Similar


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Is this a general question or specific to the Key Croc (referencing the title of the post)? Are you mentioning the Croc because you want some kind of keylogger feature? You have to be more detailed about what you are looking for in terms of features and the use cases in order to be able to suggest anything that might suit your needs.

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I am looking for a device similar to the Key Croc, but with an RJ45 connector. A device that can mimic the connectivity of a PC to a patch panel or an RJ45 wall plate, but be able to be used remotely (wirelessly), like the Key Croc, does. Instead of being present at the RJ45 patch or panel, I can be wirelessly, but be able to get into the server.

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So you aren't really looking for a device like the Croc (since you don't seem to be looking for something similar to a keylogger). What you actually are looking for is something that A) can create an AP that you can connect to or B) connect the device to an already existing WiFi network to which you could also connect with another device and then access the "non-Croc" device. Then having that "non-Croc" device connected to a wired network to be able to get access to some infrastructure. If so, it all comes down to form factor. One easy way to do it is to use a Raspberry Pi. If in need of creating an AP, it can be set up using (for example) dnsmasq and hostapd and then have an ssh daemon running so that you can log in to the RPi remotely. Connect the Eth port of the RPi to the network you want to access and it should all be up and running. However, since you bring up the Croc as an example, I guess that an AP is not what you want (since the Croc hasn't got an AP but connects to an already existing WiFi network). When it comes to Hak5 devices, you could use the Pineapple. Perhaps the Packet Squirrel if you use an USB WiFi adapter, or the Signal Owl (haven't been playing with that for a while though so I don't remember, and it's not possible to buy anymore either). The Shark Jack has a chipset that includes WiFi but it's not active if I recall it correctly. I seem to remember that some user managed to get WiFi working on some earlier firmware releases, but I don't think it's available in the latest release. In either way, you may run into storage problems with some devices but it all depends on what your use case scenario is.

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Thank you for the options. My case will be choice B, but in reverse. Connecting the Non-Croc into an Ethernet device and then that non-Croc device will transmit to Wi-Fi for remote access. Is like I was standing in front of the server with my laptop and then connecting it into the RJ45 patch terminal for access. Thank you again for your info.

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