Airgeddon 9.11 ( adjusted for TinyPaw )

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  1. r1sen

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    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!

    Originally posted on in the TinyPaw-Linux forum: http://tinypawlinux.x10.bz/forum/showthread.php?tid=124
     
    #1 r1sen, 15 Apr 2019 at 12:45 AM
    Last edited: 15 Apr 2019 at 3:06 AM
  2. r1sen

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    Additional note:

    The following values in .airgeddonrc have been changed to:

    #Enabled true / Disabled false - Auto update feature (it has no effect on development mode) - Default value true
    AIRGEDDON_AUTO_UPDATE=false

    #Enabled true / Disabled false - Development mode for faster development skipping intro and all initial checks - Default value false
    AIRGEDDON_DEVELOPMENT_MODE=true
     
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