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With single-board computers (SBCs) such as the Raspberry Pi 2 (or B+, collectively referred to as "RPI", based on the Broadcom chips) and the USB Armory (based on the Freescale chips), you have to make decisions about how to proceed forward. First of all, Kali on ARM supports LUKS with NUKE -- ...


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I suggest finding an SMS messaging API that allows you to change the Sender ID. Some of the more popular, well-known SMS messaging APIs such as Twilio do not allow you to change the Sender ID to a random value, for it has to be a valid phone number that you have bought through the Twilio API service. When you do find an API service that allows customers to ...


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They took it out. You will need to find an old version of the SET kit or an older version of KALI. However the SMS spoofing will fail unless you can find a SMS gateway to use and most will cost money.


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If you are only about a tool in Kali then you can always use Set ToolKit. For more information on how to use it, you can check this or that.


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I don't see any of the transmission modes for Ethernet or for IEEE 802.11 listed in the multimon-ng README file, so I'm not sure how you'd analyze a network capture, done at OSI layer 2, with multimon-ng. I.e., I'm not sure that you could convert an arbitrary pcap file to something multimon-ng can analyze. If there's some protocol in the pcap file that ...


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Open Wireshark and go to: Menu -> File -> Export Packet Dissections -> As Plain Text File Select the packet range you want to see in your txt file: If you are interested in the command line solution then you can check tshark documentation.


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If you want just the ASCII hex dump of all data and nothing else, then you can simply pipe the output of tshark through sed like so: tshark -x -r mydata.pcap | sed -n 's/^[0-9a-f]*\s\(\(\s[0-9a-f][0-9a-f]\)\{1,16\}\).*$/\1/p'


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Your question is like "Do I use a small one person plane to get to America, or do I use bare-metal to do it?" You can use bare-metal to do it, because a plane is made of bare-metal. From your question it seems that you're not interested in learning how to do it. You're only interested in having someone's account hacked. It's also not yours for sure, ...


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Why do you think that using a word list will "take forever?" The easiest passwords are single words with little or no variation; consider the RockYou top 100 password list from 2009 which sorts and ranks the 32 million passwords used by a compromised popular site. Nearly all of them are words and/or numbers, including passwords like 123456, password, ...


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You can add WineHQ repository and download it from console. Kali-Linux is Debian based, Ubuntu also, so you can try with ubuntu's repository, or just search debian one. type in console add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-wine/ppa apt-get update after that type apt-get install -f This should install missing packages for the program. If it doesn't help, ...



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