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Web Coding / Re: bashscript for randomising macaddress based on an arroy
« on: December 06, 2019, 09:46:17 AM »
i couldnt copy and paste the code here it looked retarted.
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arroy[1]="<macaddress here>"
arroy[2]="00:11:22:33:44:55"

rand=$[RANDOM % ${#arroy[@]}]
echo ${arroy[$rand]}
sudo ifconfig <network adapter here> down
sudo macchanger -m ${arroy[$rand]} <network adapter here>
sudo ifconfig <network adapter here>
sudo service network-manager restart
So what will this do? Change your MAC when someone requests it or something?

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Web Coding / The code.org website
« on: December 04, 2019, 02:42:25 PM »
So I found https://code.org which provides information to for anyone looking to code. For some the information is had to access and if you do have access to tools then not really much guidance. Great website for someone looking to learn or get a recap.

I liked the page https://code.org/student/beyondk12 which had a few resources on code we use as adults. These can actually help make you money if you apply it right.

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General Discussion (Public) / Re: IoT Inspector - by Princeton
« on: December 04, 2019, 07:26:21 AM »
Wasn't exactly sure which section to post in. Princeton university students made a tool to see what's "spying" on you.

https://iot-inspector.princeton.edu

Hope fully they make it for other OS soon. Honestly, not sure why it was made for macOS first but my guess was for the smaller audience or the team that made it just liked that OS and want to see if people even caught on.
so how do we spy back?
I'm guessing it scans the computer or network traffic and builds a list. I know Firefox now tracks a list of all the items that tack you so you can see trends built right into the browser itself.

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Networking / Re: bitsquatting
« on: November 29, 2019, 10:35:30 AM »
many large companies will buy them so this doesnt happen. or all the scammers bought them up already
Oh yea just like gooogle.com and goooogle.com lol

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General Discussion (Public) / IoT Inspector - by Princeton
« on: November 29, 2019, 09:57:04 AM »
Wasn't exactly sure which section to post in. Princeton university students made a tool to see what's "spying" on you.

https://iot-inspector.princeton.edu

Hope fully they make it for other OS soon. Honestly, not sure why it was made for macOS first but my guess was for the smaller audience or the team that made it just liked that OS and want to see if people even caught on.

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Networking / Re: bitsquatting
« on: November 28, 2019, 11:01:31 AM »
yeah so one of these things happen

    Antiquated or aging hardware and software
    Excessive heat or other extreme operating conditions outside system ranges
    Electrical surges, interruptions and fluctuations
    Defects in chips or other components

causing one number in a long string of binary number to switch from being a 1 to a 0 or vise versa
so like the letter a in binary is 01100001 and c is 01100011. so when you goto like facebook.com the website is converted to binary which is 01100110 01100001 01100011 01100101 01100010 01101111 01101111 01101011 00101110 01100011 01101111 01101101 im not sure if the . i converted to binary or not. which if some thing is over heating or not working properly it could send you to fccbook.com which would be this in binary 01100110 01100011 01100011 01100101 01100010 01101111 01101111 01101011 00101110 01100011 01101111 01101101 which is off by one bit. and could potently be dangerous site that could steal your username and password to your facebook or worse lets say it was your banks website.
Well "fccbook.com" is available lol. Should I buy it? lol

this github project is to search for available sites that are off by one bit

https://github.com/Creator69/JavaBitMaskDomainChecker
I wasn't kidding I'm definitely down to register a domain and put tracking tools on it to see the traffic it gets.
well its fccebook.com available? i forgot the e. you would have to be banking on someone spelling face book wrong and a bit flipping. you might get 10 - 15 hits a week? with fccbook.com
Let's check a few!

1. fccebook.com - Not Available
2. fscebook.com - Not Available
3. fqcebook.com - Not Available
4. fzcebook.com - Not Available
5. faccbook.com - Not Available
6. facrbook.com - Not Available
7. facwbook.com - Not Available
8. facdbook.com - Not Available
9. facebool.com - Not Available
10. facebopk.com - Not Available
11. facebppk.com - Not Available
12. facebiik.com - Not Available
13. facevook.com - Not Available
14. facenook.com - Not Available
15. gsvrnppl.com - Not Available
16. facfbook.com - Not Available
17. ffcebook.com - Not Available
18. facebbok.com - Not Available
19. faceboook.com - Not Available
20. facebookk.com - Not Available

I give up...  >:(

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Networking / Re: SSH Login Without Password
« on: November 28, 2019, 10:48:47 AM »
Actually I did one Google search on it and it's very well known. People seem to based some systems on this being a thing.

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Computing, Phones, & Tablets / Get a .gov Domain Name
« on: November 26, 2019, 11:55:35 PM »
Not I'm not saying this is something anyone should do unless it's for official reasons but the article was a good read for awareness.

https://krebsonsecurity.com/2019/11/its-way-too-easy-to-get-a-gov-domain-name

A lot of it is lieing on forms but points out that not a ton of checking and verification happens.

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Networking / Re: bitsquatting
« on: November 26, 2019, 09:31:47 PM »
yeah so one of these things happen

    Antiquated or aging hardware and software
    Excessive heat or other extreme operating conditions outside system ranges
    Electrical surges, interruptions and fluctuations
    Defects in chips or other components

causing one number in a long string of binary number to switch from being a 1 to a 0 or vise versa
so like the letter a in binary is 01100001 and c is 01100011. so when you goto like facebook.com the website is converted to binary which is 01100110 01100001 01100011 01100101 01100010 01101111 01101111 01101011 00101110 01100011 01101111 01101101 im not sure if the . i converted to binary or not. which if some thing is over heating or not working properly it could send you to fccbook.com which would be this in binary 01100110 01100011 01100011 01100101 01100010 01101111 01101111 01101011 00101110 01100011 01101111 01101101 which is off by one bit. and could potently be dangerous site that could steal your username and password to your facebook or worse lets say it was your banks website.
Well "fccbook.com" is available lol. Should I buy it? lol

this github project is to search for available sites that are off by one bit

https://github.com/Creator69/JavaBitMaskDomainChecker
I wasn't kidding I'm definitely down to register a domain and put tracking tools on it to see the traffic it gets.

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Networking / Re: SSH Login Without Password
« on: November 26, 2019, 09:25:19 PM »
Have you tried it?

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Networking / Re: bitsquatting
« on: November 26, 2019, 07:35:43 AM »
yes i believe some its something like 1 out of million times it happens. if you were to bitsquat a large site that gets hit billions of times a day. your site would get about 10,000 hits a day.
I definitely want to test this for educations reasons (not being sarcastic).

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Networking / Re: bitsquatting
« on: November 23, 2019, 11:37:05 AM »
So are they saying the computer makes an error by requesting a domain and messing up the bit? Or, is the human making the error by typing it wrong? I see this all the time with domains similar to Google.com lol.
the computer is the one making the typo.
Ok that's what I was wondering. So these "bitsquatting" are pretty much rolling the dice or basically digitally fishing.

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Computing, Phones, & Tablets / Microsoft Edge (Chromium) - IE mode
« on: November 22, 2019, 12:17:23 PM »
So this is a huge issue with companies right now freaking out about compatibility. Microsoft Edge still isn't full compatible with websites designed for IE. Since Microsoft is putting so much of its stake into Microsoft Edge built on Chromium it needs to incorporate IE some how. So Microsoft Edge (Chromium) IE mode is in fact built into the new software. Make sure you have the newest version as of this post and you can have it.

https://winaero.com/blog/enable-ie-mode-chromium-edge/

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1. Update Edge Chromium Dev to the latest available version (see the list below).
2. Type edge://flags/#edge-internet-explorer-integration into the address bar of Edge.
3. Enable the flag Enable IE Integration by selecting IE Mode from the drop down list next to the flag's name.
4. Restart the Edge browser when prompted.
5. Right-click on Edge Can/Dev icon on the desktop and select Properties from the context menu.
6. Modify the Target text box value by adding the "--ie-mode-test" option after "msedge.exe".
7. Now, launch Edge Chromium using the modified shortcut. You'll find the menu > More tools > Open sites in Internet Explorer mode option

Note that now the browser shows an info bar with the following text for the IE Mode tab.

All sites in this tab will be opened in Internet Explorer mode

You will need to repeat step 7 for anytime you want to use the IE mode.

Keep in mind it's not really recommended to use this feature but it's absolutely NEEDED for work or for a specific test then here is how you would do it.

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Networking / Re: find hidden ssids linux
« on: November 22, 2019, 09:39:18 AM »
You usually always need a name but that should mean the SSID isn't being broadcasted. You need to just know it.

no a hidden ssid can be found. to connect to it you need the ssid name.

i believe you have to have you wifi card in monitor mode.

https://forums.kali.org/showthread.php?26486-Enable-monitor-mode-in-Kali-Linux-2
testing it right now.

still no luck but apparently the pineapple wifi will find them without you asking it to. ive seen it in a video on pineapple wifi.
I would think it would work similar to a simple text based password. Using something like brute force to discover what the SSID is.

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