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*https://arbiterit.com/pwnagotchi
 
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==IPs==
 
==IPs==

Revision as of 15:05, 13 February 2020

Pwnagotchi

Google Doc Diagram

Links

pwnagotchi

p4wnp1

Onion Omega2 Board

Pi-Hole

D-Strike

Moodlebox

Other

IPs

  • pair 38:78:62:5f:6b:3e
  • trust 38:78:62:5f:6b:3e

Notes

  • Enable PowerShell Scripts-set-executionpolicy remotesigned

sudo nano /etc/pwnagotchi/config.yml

sudo route add default gw 192.168.1.1 eth0

sudo route add default gw 10.0.0.1 usb0

disable onboard wifi with the following commands as root

$ echo “dtoverlay=pi3-disable-wifi” | sudo tee -a /boot/config.txt $ sudo reboot now

  • ping -c3 8.8.8.8
  • ping -c3 google.com

main:

   plugins:
     bt-tether:
       enabled: true
       mac: '38:78:62:5f:6b:3e'  # you need to put your phones bt-mac here (goto your phones settings > status)
       ip: '192.168.44.44'    # adjust this to your phones pan-network (run "ifconfig bt-pan" on your phone)
       netmask: 24
       interval: 1
       share_internet: true   # this will change the routing and nameserver on your pi

main:

 whitelist:
   - JPsInternets
 plugins:
   grid:
     enabled: true
     report: true
     exclude:
       - JPsInternets

ui:

   display:
     type: 
     color: 'black'

ui:

 display:
   video:
     address: 0.0.0.0


sudo service pwnagotchi start sudo service pwnagotchi stop systemctl status pwnagotchi


main:

 name: 'bastardo'
 plugins:
   grid:
     enabled: true
     report: true

ui:

   display:
     type: 'waveshare_2'
     color: 'black'

JP's Config-Working

main:

 name: 'Bastardo'
 whitelist:
   - 'FBI Van'
 plugins:
   grid:
     enabled: true
     report: true
     exclude:
       - 'FBI Van'

ui:

   display:
     type: 'waveshare_2'
     color: 'black'

JP's Config-WorkingBatteryInfo

main:

 name: 'Bastardo'
 whitelist:
   - 'FBI Van'
 plugins:
   grid:
     enabled: true
     report: true
     exclude:
       - 'FBI Van'
       - 'JPsInternets'
   ups_lite:
     enabled: true

ui:

   display:
     type: 'waveshare_2'
     color: 'black'

Bluetooth

main:

   plugins:
     bt-tether:
       enabled: true
       devices:
         my-phone1:              # you can choose your phones name here
           enabled: true         # enables the device
           search_order: 1       # in which order the devices should be searched. E.g. this is #1.
           mac: '38:78:62:5f:6b:3f' # you need to put your phones bt-mac here (the same as above, 
                                 ## or goto your phones   settings > status)
           ip: '192.168.44.44'     # this is the static ip of your pwnagotchi
                                 ## adjust this to your phones pan-network (run "ifconfig bt-pan" on your phone)
                                 ## if you feel lucky, try: 192.168.44.44 (Android) or 172.20.10.6 (iOS)
                                 ## 44 is just an example, you can choose between 2-254 (if netmask is 24)
           netmask: 24           # netmask of the PAN
           interval: 1           # in minues, how often should the device be searched
           scantime: 15          # in seconds, how long should be searched on each interval
           share_internet: true  # this will change the routing and nameserver on your pi
           priority: 99          # if you have multiple devices which can share internet; the highest priority wins 
           max_tries: 0          # how often should be tried to find the device until it is disabled (to save power)
                                 ## 0 means infinity
         macbook:
           enabled: false
           # ...