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Marcus Mengs
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Marcus Mengs 15h
Replying to @mod5hash
As soon as Duke Nukem Forever 2 is released. No really, there's still some work to do and I give my best to coordinate with the vendor
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Marcus Mengs 15h
Replying to @NullByteWht @P4wnP1
Thx folks, keep your work up!
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Marcus Mengs 16h
Replying to @mod5hash
Haven't released my code for nRF52 yet. By default it doesn't support promiscuous mode and thus wouldn't be able to discover devices on air. Till code release nRF24 is the way to go
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Marcus Mengs 17h
Replying to @NullByteWht
Getting tired of summing up my own tweets, but Logitech couldn't be considered "patched".
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Marcus Mengs 17h
Replying to @mod5hash
Thx for pointing me to this post.
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👽 May 20
Periodic tweet: which companies in infosec have openings for remote positions in R&D or simply research?
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Marcus Mengs May 20
Oh seems to be K400+, so yes, definitely works
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Marcus Mengs May 20
Yes, if it works on K400+ it should do the trick on K400
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Marcus Mengs May 20
Replying to @mame82
And here is the HIDScript from the video (shipped with P4wnP1 A.L.O.A.). Not too long, considering the fact that it fulfills a complex task:
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Marcus Mengs May 20
Replying to @mame82
Here's a github issue, documenting this lesser known feature
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Marcus Mengs May 20
You prepared a keystroke injection payload for Linux, but end up in front of a Windows box. Nice, if your USB injection tool could react on this, based on LED changes of the master keyboard! P4wnP1 A.L.O.A. controls HIDScript based host keyboard LEDs
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Scott Bollinger May 19
Stealing Files With A Pi Zero | P4wnP1 A.L.O.A. , , , via
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Marcus Mengs May 19
Yes, than there's min packet interval, buffer size (how many packets in flight at max) etc etc. Talking about Nordic, dev zone would be a good starting point to look out for real world measurements.
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Marcus Mengs May 19
Replying to @initroott
Github shows HTTP referer for P4wnP1 repo access. More hits from this URL than from your one. Yet, not sure if it is ripped or only a translation, at least there's a link to your article in the end
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Marcus Mengs May 19
Replying to @herrmann1001 @slawekja
s/BBEP/BNEP
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Marcus Mengs May 19
Replying to @herrmann1001 @slawekja
So for RFCOMM you'll likely be stuck on 128kbps (if you want to stay compatible with most BT devices)
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Marcus Mengs May 19
Replying to @herrmann1001 @slawekja
Thought so, still BBEP goes up to about 8-times of RFCOMM speed. Problem is that most mobile devices, like Android phones, only connect to BNEP service if a NAP is provided. As the mobile assumes to get Internet access over BT, it would kill other Internet connections.
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Marcus Mengs May 19
Replying to @mame82
Has a link to your article
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Marcus Mengs May 19
Look at this, somehow familiar:
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Marcus Mengs May 19
That's the data rate for a single burst, not overall bandwith. Suggestion: have a look at speed measurements for Nordic UART service (like RFCOMM emulation over BLE). You won't reach RFCOMM speed, because packet rate is too low, even if a single packet is TXed with 2Mbps
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