Outdated Xiaopan OS 0.5 | What to do now?

Discussion in 'Xiaopan OS' started by Mr. Penguin, 2 Sep 2012.

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Should we stick with Tiny Core Linux or not?

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  2. No

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  1. ktgoh

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    airdrop-ng is fun.... is it posible??
     
  2. Aby$m

    Aby$m Well-Known Member
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    I will try and add it to the Dev build, if all goes well it will be included in the final release.

    ~Aby$m.
     
  3. estimacamry

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    Keeping my finger cross:D hopefully I can do this stiminously on the next release
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  4. Mr. Penguin

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  5. Crackerz Wave

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    Aby$m Mr. Penguin ..this is my idea..hope it usefull...how about you put notepad in desktop or in the dock? in the notepad you already write some example comand for those who wantto use manual way..eg:

    MINITOR MODE
    airmon-ng start wlanX(wlan0, wlan1 etc)

    SCANNING
    airodump-ng mon0

    Pyrit, reaver, crunch, etc....
     
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  6. plesho

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    I loved the XMMS in 0.4.3 so i stay at it
     
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  7. Mr. Penguin

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    Good idea Crackerz Wave

    I also think if it has a browser might be a good idea to have various links in the shortcuts bar.

    Aircrack
    Xiaopan Forums
    Reaver at Google code
    wifite
    anywlan.com
    pyrit

    etc. Similar to what was there in 0.4.3.

    Aby$m any thoughts on publishing some packages to the TCZ repo?
     
  8. Aby$m

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    I will include the websites you've specified as bookmarks.

    FYI: The browser is Firefox 18 with Flash 11

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    I 'v complied a-lot of new .tcz for this project, it would take me a long time to follow proper protocol for publishing all of them.



    ~Aby$m.
     
  9. Mr. Penguin

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    Firefox Bookmarks Bar (fill the entire length and put the rest in a folder called Other?) and whatever other bookmarks you can think of :)

    Not sure of the order of these either.

    Xiaopan
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    https://xiaopan.co/forums
    Aircrack
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    http://www.aircrack-ng.org
    Reaver
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    https://code.google.com/p/reaver-wps/
    CoWPAtty
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    http://wirelessdefence.org/Contents/coWPAttyMain.htm
    Crunch
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    http://sourceforge.net/projects/crunch-wordlist/?source=navbar
    Hydra
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    http://www.thc.org/thc-hydra/
    JTR
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    http://www.openwall.com/john/
    Yamas
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    http://www.comax.fr/yamas.php
    Macchanger
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    http://www.alobbs.com/macchanger
    Wireshark
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    http://www.wireshark.org/
    Anywlan
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    http://anywlan.com
     
  10. Aby$m

    Aby$m Well-Known Member
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    New TCL Distro *UPDATE*

    Programs installed and running:
    Complied by me:

    Aircrack-ng suite with Airolib-ng support
    Compat-wireless (with help from meknb)
    Crunch-3.4
    Driftnet
    Fping
    Hashcat-0.42 (I didn’t compile it, just packaged it as .tcz)
    Hydra-7.4.2
    Libjpeg62 (converted to .tcz from other source)
    Libpcap08 (converted to .tcz from other source)
    Nmap-6.25
    Proxychains
    Pyrit-0.4.0
    Reaver-1.4
    Scripts (unveil, airssl, yamas)
    Sslstrip-0.9
    Wifite-2.0r85
    There may-be more I’ve been in such a rush to get this to Beta, that I haven’t been keeping good records.
    Pre-compiled:
    Ettercap
    Feedingbottle3.2.3
    gigolo
    Inflator-1.0
    Macchanger
    Mdk3
    Minidweb-gtk-31214
    Remmina
    wireshark
    The Dev build is near to the point of Beta, my goal is to be able to release a Beta build ASAP.

    Here is a screen shot:
    [​IMG]



    ~Aby$m.
     
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  11. Mr. Penguin

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  12. Aby$m

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    after start-up:

    RAM=324Mb
    HD space used=192.7Mb
     
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  13. meknb

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    Maybe not the best distro for my old thinkpad 333mhz with 128mb of ram lol
    You have been busy Aby$m you might want to have a look at openbox it's a much nicer window manager, also you can install apps ondemand to reduce the ram usage.
     
  14. Aby$m

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    Yeah, I really like openbox from SliTaz, I should test it on TCL, I like Sakura terminal too, but when I installed with the current WM it looked shocking.

    I never contemplated installing openbox, I was in such a mad rush to get everything everyone-else wanted working, that I didn't even think about what I wanted working, hopefully it looks good in TCL.

    ~Aby$m.
     
  15. meknb

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    Openbox works fine you can download it from the repository for terminal i use stjerm just press f12 for quake like terminal "you have to point it to bash at setup doesn't like ash"
     
  16. Mr. Penguin

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    If you do I suggest you update the compat-wireless, minidwep and any others you think would be of benefit in 0.4.3 :)
     
  17. bonecrusher848

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    I found a way to save the session for reaver, when booting from USB. By adding the following paths in
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    /opt/.filetool.lst
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    tmp/minidwep/
    (saves wps pin, wpc and log files)
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    tmp/Inflator/
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    usr/local/etc/
    (saves files for reaver, I don't know if this path is necesary)

    The backup utility of tiny core saves the files in those paths in mydata.tgz on the usb drive.
    In order for this to work the backup options in the shutdown menu must be set to backup or safe.
    Over time mydata.tgz becomes larger so the boot is slower.

    I would suggest to the developers to modify /opt/.filetool.lst in the next release to include these paths.

    I would also like to thank the developers for this wonderful live cd.
     
  18. meknb

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    I think you will have to backup before closing miniwep not sure about feeding bottle ect when you close it clears temp folder.
    Not always a good idea to back up your temp some of my captures are a few gigs once you strip handshake's ect gets the size down to a few meg, easier to restore that.
    You will be ok with reaver,this is not cleaned up.
     
  19. bonecrusher848

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    I didn't test feeding bottle, but taking into consideration that the temp folder might get to a few gigs i think it shouldn't be added to the backup.
    For me Inflator doesn't work when scanning wifis so I couldn't test it either.
    I tested minidwep with reaver and works perfectly.
    I added inflator and feeding bottle paths on the assumptions that their temp folder is a few kbytes.
     
  20. Fantastic

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    So excited!!!i can't wait for the new beta release!
     
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