Here is what I had todo to make aircrack-ng compile and run under Android using ndk-build. I am also publishing the patch needed (previous patches has already been accepted in git) with the hope it will assist others as well. 1. Download and build iw (and libnl – this repo bundles the two): 2. Save
Here are the steps needed to build ath9k_htc.ko external module (& dependencies), and run aircrack-ng (& friends) on your Android. Enjoy! — 1. Find your device properties so you can find the correct kernel sources. I use the following simple script which also prints out the next ‘make’ commands we need to type. Feel free
in-mem process patching using zSimulator.
I won’t go into details at this time, but this is just a small showcase of what can be done using zSimulator. Hopefully more to follow soon.
So, I’ve got myself a new Sony Tablet S. Cool device. However – locked bootloader? are you kidding me? are we back to the 80′s all over again? Therefor, I think it is only sufficient to say, this should be a nice project, hopefully with interesting & helpful results – i recon this bootloader issue is
Recently I’ve been planning a small twitter contest, but I had to find which new followers has joined, and who have left. So, I came up with this little script (which initially was ment to be a one-liner… yea right), I hope it will assist others as well.
I hate the new hot spot on gnome-shell. and as always with gnome, no option to disable it. here is a quick & ugly patch to accomplish that:
The followings took place more than 10 years ago, so I guess no sensitive information is at risk. Lesson one: Your security is as strong as your weakest link. It was my first week working for a big international bank. But instead of working, I got tons of bloated-out-of-proportion dossiers, which if I had stacked