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mikeybaby72


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PostPosted: Fri 10 Aug 2012, 16:52    Post_subject:  

edoc wrote:
Barkin wrote:

Shouldn't the elements be insulated from the metal boom ? ...


Not necessarily - it depends on the feed system. Many yagi antennas do not insulate/isolate the elements.


They are only Directors after all - not part of the Looped Dipole itself. Exclamation

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PostPosted: Sat 08 Sep 2012, 15:03    Post_subject:  

An Update:

V2 has been shelved for a while now due to being burried with other projects currently. I hope to return to it soon, but Ive got to get a few things off my place first.

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mikeybaby72


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PostPosted: Sat 08 Sep 2012, 18:52    Post_subject:    

Q5sys wrote:
An Update:

V2 has been shelved for a while now due to being burried with other projects currently. I hope to return to it soon, but Ive got to get a few things off my place first.


Thanks for letting those of us who believe in this project know. I will look forward to any updates and hope you don't abandon the project.

Good luck with your other projects my friend. Smile Are any of them Puppy related that I might find interesting (I love almost all Puppy related projects)? Question

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Q5sys


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PostPosted: Sat 08 Sep 2012, 23:52    Post_subject:  

mikeybaby72 wrote:
Q5sys wrote:
An Update:

V2 has been shelved for a while now due to being burried with other projects currently. I hope to return to it soon, but Ive got to get a few things off my place first.


Thanks for letting those of us who believe in this project know. I will look forward to any updates and hope you don't abandon the project.

Good luck with your other projects my friend. Smile Are any of them Puppy related that I might find interesting (I love almost all Puppy related projects)? Question


Yes one of them is puppy related. It's a fork of AttackPup in a totally different direction with one purpose and intention. I'm doing it as as learning/research project... so I doubt it will get released here. It's specifically targeted at a single vector so it'd be useless in every other way.
Hopefully this winter I'll have the time to continue my V2 development.

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nilsonmorales


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PostPosted: Sun 21 Oct 2012, 22:21    Post_subject:  

please in futures vesion add aircrack m4 gui

http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=80929



tnx in advance
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PostPosted: Mon 14 Jan 2013, 19:26    Post_subject:  

I must say, this is a WarPuppy my good man. Put some good ol' GROWL into it if it ain't there, and you got a Puppy with a sword and a shield.

Anonymous would have loved it Wink
... If they still did everything for lulz.
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Q5sys


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PostPosted: Mon 14 Jan 2013, 19:32    Post_subject:  

NeroVance wrote:
I must say, this is a WarPuppy my good man. Put some good ol' GROWL into it if it ain't there, and you got a Puppy with a sword and a shield.

Anonymous would have loved it Wink
... If they still did everything for lulz.


Working on v2 in my spare time... hopefully i'll have it out in a few months... Slackbones is taking most of my time right now

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dr1bble

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PostPosted: Mon 09 Sep 2013, 12:06    Post_subject:  

Q5sys wrote:
NeroVance wrote:
I must say, this is a WarPuppy my good man. Put some good ol' GROWL into it if it ain't there, and you got a Puppy with a sword and a shield.

Anonymous would have loved it Wink
... If they still did everything for lulz.


Working on v2 in my spare time... hopefully i'll have it out in a few months... Slackbones is taking most of my time right now


Hi Q5sys,

kudos for creating Attackpup v1.

Although i use backtrack alot, im new to puppy linux and have spent the last few`days trying AttackPup v1 out, whilst waiting for v2 Very Happy

however im having a few issues with it and will appreciate it if you can comment on some of the issues:-

1.) Problems with updating truecrypt from v6.3a to 7.0 - 7.1a.

...but the most persistent error message is this one -

'shell-init: error retrieving current directory: getcwd: cannot access parent directories: No such file or directory
sudo: cannot get working directory mount: according to mtab, truecrypt is already mounted on /tmp/.truecrypt_aux_mnt1
'

I have tried all the different possible solutions available on here or elsewhere i could find but still running into problems with truecrypt.

The only thing that seem to work temporarily and allows the use of v7.1a with mounting working okay etc, is this solution i found -

'replace /usr/bin/truecrypt (6.3a version) with the unpacked identical file from the tar.gz (7.1a version).'

...however on rebooting attackpup, i find the replaced truecrypt in /usr/bin has either disappeared or is replaced by the that of v6.3a, so in other words even though i make sure i save to my 2fs file before reboot, truecrypt reverts back to v6.3a and I have to do the above allover agin before i can use truecrypt volumes.

My question is - how do i either make the above change persist/permanent or how do i completely remove truecrypt v6.3a so that versions 7.0 -7.1a can install properly from pets and work properly?

I even tried 'TrueCrypt-7.1a-x86_64.sfs' but on boot, even though i see 'TrueCrypt-7.1a-x86_64.sfs' been loaded (this is the only sfs im using) , there is nothing when attackpup fully reboots, i.e. no TrueCrypt-7.1a in any menu etc, dont know if im not doing something right or maybe the 'TrueCrypt-7.1a-x86_64.sfs' is not for LightHouse version Attackpup v1 is built on, in which i would at least hope to see some error message to this effect. Rolling Eyes

Also do you by chance have the 6.3a pet, as`all links to it on the web seems dead.

2.) Problems with connecting to Ad-Hoc APs (WEP), again i have tried everything and although i can connect to other none Ad-Hoc APs successfully, connecting to Ad-Hoc APs fail everytime. I have even tried removing security on the Ad-Hoc AP just to see if that is the issue, that doesnt work either.

I know you are a busy man but if work on attackpup v2 is understandably long, can you at least update v1 to a v1b that has updated recent versions of some of the main installed apps like truecrypt, aircrack-ng etc, gedit and the connect to wifi apps please?

Any comment or advice will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks for your time Smile
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dr1bble

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PostPosted: Wed 11 Sep 2013, 09:59    Post_subject:    

Since posting was able to resolved the main issues i was having as per my above post:

So for those who might be having similar probs, this is what i did:


1). To get TrueCrypt 7.1a working over the preinstalled v6.3a

- download & unpack 'TrueCrypt-7.1a.tar.gz' (tried attaching this file but keep getting this error - 'Tried to upload empty file' but this archive can easily be found) to tmp folder or someplace else.

- from the unpack files from 'TrueCrypt-7.1a.tar.gz' look for the file 'truecrypt'

- rename this file (truecrypt) to 'truecrypt-bin' and then move this file to '/usr/bin/' overwriting the 'truecrypt-bin' already there.

- do not delete the 'truecrypt' already in the '/usr/bin/' as this file is a script, that enables
truecrypt to function properly in attackpup-v1 without the mounting errors.

- to use truecrypt 7.1a, just create a symlink to your desktop to the '/usr/bin/truecrypt' file or just click on the '/usr/bin/trucrypt' itself to start v7.1a.

- I also found this - which is useful if you also want to open truecrypt folders from within truecrypt -

create this fake nautilus "binary":

Code:
#! /bin/bash

CONTAINERPATH=`echo "$@" | cut -f3 -d ' '`
rox "$CONTAINERPATH"


Save the code as "nautilus" (no quotes) in /usr/bin and make it executable. (Tested with TC v7.1 & now tested working on v7.1a)

Once you do this - you can then click on the mounted truecrypt folder within truecrypt and it will open up the folder for you without the nautilius error or set within truecrypt's preference to open folder of mounted containers and the container folder will be opened for you automatically once its mounted.

(cant remember where i found the above nautilus code so as to give the original poster credit but kudos to him).


2.) for the Ad-hoc wifi issue, I was able to fix this by using the 2 scripts here:

- HOW-TO force intel 4965AGN in ad-hoc mode (for JOIKUSPOT)
(http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=85622)

- obviously tweaking the needed parts of the code to suit your specific card and other details within the scripts.

Hope this helps. Smile
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TheProphet

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PostPosted: Mon 14 Jul 2014, 18:38    Post_subject:  attackpup on my Android
Sub_title: I'm halfway there
 

Android is, according to the Android fora, a Debian derivative. I caught onto that by trying to tether my droid to a windows lappie in order to upload a pup iso, attackpup to be precise.

Needs root privileges.

Android's publisher now makes things deliciously damnably difficult to root the devices.

Because not all *nix users are real professional at security.

I did in fact install attackpup on a Dell desktop and was impressed.

The windows on my lappy is a bootleg copy so I'm double robbed.

BUT, I now have the files to fix that and my next post shall be from a REAL operational computer with a real Operating System.

As for running attackpup on my Android, that should be possible just by first rooting it then adding puppy to the bootloader. That will maybe satisfy the phone company, MetroPCS, long enough to get a real service from a provider which doesn't dictate what os to run.

The android os is now almost as bloated as microsux.
This, however is lightweight enough and if I manage to destroy the phone with it I shall soldier on and get another. 3g devices aren't quite scrap metal yet but they are cheap enough for experimenting.
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PostPosted: Tue 15 Jul 2014, 01:22    Post_subject: Re: attackpup on my Android
Sub_title: I'm halfway there
 

TheProphet wrote:
Android is...
You "may" find this helpful. Your Android is a touch device with some unique drivers.

Here to help

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