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Touchpad don't working
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Ettercap 0.8.2 ( rev3 )
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  Touchpad don't working
Posted by: LittlePAW - 04-16-2019, 07:44 PM - Forum: Bugs: - Replies (6)

Whats up Risen? I recommended TP to an friend, and trying boot it direct from an usb drive, live mode without virtualization, is an notebook, then touchpad don't worked, then trying Xiaopan touchpad worked well, just an report, I think which Xiaopan have some other driver for touchpads... If you add some package I can't try it easily again, because the machine is not mine, but maybe I can have an another opportunity some day. This is important, in the moment of test we haven't any mouse, so, the use of TP was almost impossible in this case.

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  Airgeddon 9.11 ( adjusted for TinyPaw )
Posted by: r1sen - 04-14-2019, 04:43 PM - Forum: Experimental or in development: - Replies (1)

New airgeddon releases and there have been a few changes from version 8.12 included by default in the last TinyPaw build 1.3.1.1

I have modified the master "airgeddon.sh" script in hopes to find a work-around with some of the new syntax being used in version 9+ it seems. Short version of the story - new airgeddon seems to rely on PS and invoking "ps -C (process name)..." to eliminate running processes. However this would be ideal normally, TinyPaw uses BusyBox and a stripped down PS which does not support -C invocation. That being said these lines have been modified roughly back to the previous call structure of 8.12- this syntax was:

killall (process name) > /dev/null 2>&1

This modified airgeddon is of course experimental, I have tested using captive portal, fake ap with sniffing, wpa options, etc, etc, I would greatly appreciate any and all feed back before this or later versions are considered as default in future TinyPaw-Linux release builds.

Along with modifying the core master script, two additional dependencies were compiled for use with these version 9+ releases:

asleap 2.2

hostapd-wpe 2.6 ( source patched and compiled, certs included as well /etc/hostapd-wpe/certs/ )

tp-airgeddon-9.11 master archive:

@sourceforge

tp-airgeddon-master-9.11.zip

@bitbucket

tp-airgeddon-master-9.11.zip

airgeddon 9+ additional deps:

@sourceforge

asleap-2.2.tcz
hostapd-wpe.tcz

@bitbucket

asleap-2.2.tcz
hostapd-wpe.tcz

Installation:

1.) Download "tp-airgeddon-9.11.zip" from either of the above repositories.

2.) Open your CLI/terminal from your downloads directory or open your CLI/terminal and enter following string:

cd Downloads

3.) Now with your location in your downloads directory enter the following string in your CLI/terminal:

unzip tp-airgeddon-9.11.zip

4.) Once complete you should now have a new directory and its location should be (/home/tc/Downloads/airgeddon-master-9.11

5.) Download both above listed additional dependencies from either of the above repositories.

6.) Copy both files to your (*/tce/optional/) directory.

7.) Open your onboot.lst file located in your (*/tce/) directory and make the following changes:

-add line item: "asleap-2.2.tcz"
-add line item: "hostapd-wpe.tcz"

*be sure to include one extra empty(white) line at the bottom of your onboot.lst*

8.) Save the changes you've made by either (file+save) or (cntl+s) and close your editor.

9.) close all open windows and reboot your system.

10.) upon reboot airgeddon from wbar launcher or hackedbox drop down will still be default 8.12, to use/test 9.11 you must open your CLI/terminal and enter following string:

cd Downloads/airgeddon-master-9.11

sudo bash airgeddon.sh

All feedback, bugs, issues or glitchiness would be appreciated!

Thanks for your interest and support!

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  Ettercap 0.8.2 ( rev3 )
Posted by: r1sen - 04-10-2019, 06:33 PM - Forum: Packages & Drivers: - No Replies

Corrected a configuration issue within "etter.conf" included in package.

Config file unsquashes to /etc/ettercap/etter.conf

Correction:

uncommented line for iptables -

redir_command_on = "iptables -t NAT -A PREROUTING -i %iface -p tcp --dport %port -j REDIRECT --to-port %rport"
redir_command_off = "iptables -t NAT -D PREROUTING -i %iface -p tcp --dport %port -j REDIRECT --to-port %rport"


Corrected issue within ettercap/sslstrip

Found during sslstrip plugin from airgeddon sniffer

@sourceforge:

ettercap-0.8.2-rev3.tcz

@bitbucket:

ettercap-0.8.2-rev3.tcz

Installation:

1.) Download package from either above repository.

2.) Copy package to your (*/tce/optional/) directory.

3.) Open your onboot.lst file located in your (*/tce/) directory and make following changes:

-change line item from: "ettercap-0.8.2-rev2.tcz" to "ettercap-0.8.2-rev3.tcz"

4.) Save changes by either (file+save) or (cntl+s) and close your editor.

5.) Reboot your system and ettercap-0.8.2-rev3 will be functional.

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  Dsniff 2.4b1
Posted by: r1sen - 04-09-2019, 09:51 PM - Forum: Packages & Drivers: - Replies (2)

Dsniff 2.4b1

First, yes dsniff / dnsspoof is definitely a needed addition for such tools such as airgeddon. I apologize for the late post for this, patching the source and compiling I kept hitting lib and compile errors... driving me nuts I assure you. However after some digging around I found that the team at the Tiny Core Linux  project had at one point supported dsniff 2.4b1 up until around release 3.x - so taking a look at the archive repositories and library dependencies here is the functional dnsiff 2.4b1 build originally compiled in TCL 3.x 32bit architecture. This package has been tested with airgeddon 8.12 with evil twin attack using dnsspoof.

What is it?

"
dsniff is a collection of tools for network auditing and penetration testing. dsniff, filesnarf, mailsnarf, msgsnarf, urlsnarf, and webspy passively monitor a network for interesting data (passwords, e-mail, files, etc.). arpspoof, dnsspoof, and macof facilitate the interception of network traffic normally unavailable to an attacker (e.g, due to layer-2 switching). sshmitm and webmitm implement active monkey-in-the-middle attacks against redirected SSH and HTTPS sessions by exploiting weak bindings in ad-hoc PKI.
"

Quoted from project website: https://www.monkey.org/~dugsong/dsniff/

Dsniff 2.4b1

@sourceforge:

dsniff.tcz

@bitbucket:

dsniff.tcz

Required deps

@sourceforge:

bsddb.tcz
glibc_apps.tcz
libnet.tcz
libnl1.tcz
libnids.tcz

@bitbucket:

bsddb.tcz
glibc_apps.tcz
libnet.tcz
libnl1.tcz
libnids.tcz

Installation:

1.) Download dsniff and all dependencies from either of the above repositories.

2.) Copy/Move all downloaded files to your (*/tce/optional/) directory.

3.) Open your onboot.lst files located in your (*/tce/) directory and make following adjustments:

-add line item: dsniff.tcz
-add line item: bsddb.tcz
-add line item: glibc_apps.tcz
-add line item: libnet.tcz
-add line item: libnl1.tcz
-add line item: libnids.tcz

*make sure to include one empty or white line at the bottom of your onboot.lst*

4.) Save the above changes by either (file+save) or (cntl+s) and close your editor.

5.) Close all open windows and reboot your system.

6.) Upon reboot Dsniff 2.4b1 suite will be functional.

*package and libs will be included in future builds*

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Star v1.3.1.1 - released!
Posted by: r1sen - 03-12-2019, 02:28 AM - Forum: News: - No Replies

New TinyPaw-Linux release build!

Changes from v1.3.1:

It was reported and narrowed down that the newly included RTL8812AU device driver was causing compatibility issues either at the system level or with the newest aircrack-ng 1.5.2 build. This issue resulted in inconsistent / consistent CPU usage spikes.

v1.3.1.1 is an identical build to v1.3.1 with the exception of the removal of the RTL8812AU device driver as a default package.

If you wish to fix your install of v1.3.1:

1.) Open your onboot.lst located in your (*/tce/) directory and make the following changes:
-remove line item: "rtl8812au.tcz"

2.) Save the changes you've made by either "file+save" or "cntl+s" and close your editor.

3.) Reboot your system and the RTL8812AU device driver will no longer load upon system boot.

Thank you for all of your support!

@sourceforge:

TinyPaw_v1.3.1.1.iso

TinyPaw_v1.3.1.1_hybrid.iso

@bitbucket:

TinyPaw_v1.3.1.1.iso

TinyPaw_v1.3.1.1_hybrid.iso

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  Scripts Suggestion
Posted by: LittlePAW - 03-11-2019, 03:11 PM - Forum: More of: - Replies (4)

Risen I know you have more important things to fix etc, but want suggest two scripts:

1: Varmacscan (on github)

this script is a bit older, but maybe this can work well today, this is an Endless WPS attacker, Pixie 'n Brute, 100% automatic, I never used it, but seem like it in description, maybe a good addition, is possible keep an dedicated WPS attacker device 24/7

https://forums.kali.org/showthread.php?2...l-released

https://forums.kali.org/showthread.php?3...munity-use

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2: You know the Null Pin Attack right? Then airggedon and wifite can add it some day, but they can take years ans years, and years too add it, maybe never. Have and script NullWpsPinAuto, this make an Mass Null Pin Attack, just to remember have any script in TP today to Auto Null Pin, I never used this script but seem very cool.

https://github.com/Emilien942702/NullWpsPinAuto
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Is my suggestions, if possible give an look in the scripts, to me this tiny scripts seem aggressives,

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  Wifite CPU Issue
Posted by: LittlePAW - 03-10-2019, 04:17 PM - Forum: Bugs: - Replies (30)

In TP 1.3.1, Wifite is using much more CPU than in v1.3, a lot more here, may be fault of wifite developer?

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Information Forum glitchiness
Posted by: r1sen - 03-09-2019, 10:07 PM - Forum: General: - No Replies

For those who occasionally notice that the forum is "down" I assure you that it is not. The current hosting plan in "use" uses not only free but seemingly allocated "free space" which does unfortunately mean that from time to time database and / or server functionality and / or response time may stall out or be temporarily unavailable. I know, I know - bummer, I only post this to assure the community that this forum and project will remain alive and well until the day I explicitly post otherwise. So no worries or fears, the project is very well alive and continuing but relying on the backbone and foundation of such services may from time to time result in hopefully "temporary downtime" at worst. Thank you for your support and interest in the TinyPaw-Linux project!

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  secondary terminals optimization
Posted by: LittlePAW - 03-07-2019, 09:57 PM - Forum: More of: - Replies (3)

First I want say which now airggedon is much better without intros, thanks, I want make one suggestion, some scripts like airggedon open secondary terminals, like an mini terminal, for instance in WPS attacks, my suggestion is, if possible, open this mini terminals with LXterminal with menu bar enabled, this is useful to user increase font size in this mini terminal, because in small screens is impossible to read anything.

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Information CLI sbin shortcuts
Posted by: r1sen - 02-26-2019, 08:06 PM - Forum: Bugs: - No Replies

It has been brought to my attention there is somewhat of a bug/issue with the shortcut extension - forgive me for this, in my experience, making shortcuts can often cause issues as well - this is one case. The current available shortcut options included in release version: 1.3.1 launch scripts or tools into default run. For example - "wifite" launches the same as "python wifite2.py" and executes from there without taking following options or arguments - just the same as launching python wifite2.py from wifite2 root dir. Apologies and working to correct this.

Affected shortcuts at this time:

wifite

hashcat

Thanks for your support.

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