Bug wifiway 3.5

IMPORTANTE: Al paquete dhcpd que crea un servidor dhcp le falta un archivo para funcionar correctamente, WAP necesita de este servidor dhcp para funcionar.

Os dejo el fix que corrige el error, lo metéis en la carpeta modules y ya esta. Para aquellos que habéis grabado un cd, la solución es fácil, os vais a la ruta /var/state/dhcp/ y creáis un archivo de texto vacío y lo llamáis dhcpd.leases

https://www.dropbox.com/s/vxps6mks2cmtykc/Fix-dhcpd.xzm?dl=0

Liberada LiveCD Wifiway 3.5 versión final

Autor: ωarcry

 

Hoy os presentamos la version LiveCD de Wifiway 3.5

Como LiveCD no hay que decir que es compatible con el soporte CD, porque es una Live ligera de menos de 700mb

Es una versión compatible con sistemas x86 (32 bits) y x64 (64 bits)

Tiene soporte UEFI Deshabilitando el SECURE BOOT

Mantiene el tradicional cambios persistentes, para aquellos que les guste utilizarlo

Lleva las herramientas tradicionales para realizar las auditorias a redes WiFi.

Esta versión No da soporte a scripts de ingeniería social tipo, linset, fluxion, etc.

Para usar herramientas adicionales o que no figuren en la LiveCD, tenéis la hermana mayor Wifislax.

Para finalizar, me gustaría dar las gracias a todos los miembros de seguridadwireless, presentes y pasados, ya que esta LiveCD lleva un poquito de todos.

espero que la disfrutéis

Links de descarga:

md5: 536cf8fba9bef1e23849bbf521328124

Server oficial

http://www.downloadwireless.net/isos/wifiway_3.5-final.iso

Mega

https://mega.nz/#!84Vg1KZC!VrM92VeOLnlYOY4yC_lk1SjpGTtcKcr53xZ170ZS_ZE

Un saludo Wink

PD: os dejo un videodemo

Boot Multiple ISO from USB via Grub2 using Linux

Boot ISO Files directly from USB using Grub2 from Linux. Here is one way to create a Multiboot USB Flash Drive from a running Ubuntu (I used the Live CD). You may eventually need a large Flash Drive or USB Hard Drive in order to include every bootable ISO entry. I will add more Bootable ISO files to the grub.cfg file as I find time to test them. Contact me to submit working Bootable Linux ISO grub.cfg entries for inclusion.

I. Format your USB Flash Drive to use a Single Partition:

  1. Open a terminal and type sudo su
  2. Type fdisk -l (and note which device is your USB Drive)
  3. Type fdisk /dev/sdx (replacing x with your actual usb device)
  4. Type d (to delete the existing partition)
  5. Type n (to create a new partition)
  6. Type p (for primary partition)
  7. Type 1 (to create the first partition)
  8. Press Enter (to use the first cylinder)
  9. Press Enter again (to use the default value as the last cylinder)
  10. Type a (for active)
  11. Type 1 (to mark the first partition active “bootable”)
  12. Type t (for partition type)
  13. Type c (to use fat32 partition)
  14. Type w (to write the changes and close fdisk)

II. Create a Fat32 Filesystem on the USB Flash Drive:

  1. Type umount /dev/sdx1 (to unmount the mounted partition)
  2. Type mkfs.vfat -F 32 -n MULTIBOOT /dev/sdx1 (to format the partition as fat32)

III. Install Grub2 on the USB Flash Drive:

Important Note:
Old versions of grub used --root-directory=/mnt/USB
while current versions use --boot-directory=/mnt/USB/boot

If you use the wrong syntax, you will receive an error stating “Installation is impossible. Aborting

  1. Type mkdir /mnt/USB && mount /dev/sdx1 /mnt/USB (replacing x with your actual usb device)
  2. Type grub-install --force --no-floppy --boot-directory=/mnt/USB/boot /dev/sdx (replacing x with your actual USB device)
  3. Type cd /mnt/USB/boot/grub (to change directory)
  4. Type wget pendrivelinux.com/downloads/multibootlinux/grub.cfg (to get the grub.cfg file)

IV. Adding the Bootable ISO files:

  1. Type cd /mnt/USB (assuming USB is still mounted… else repeat section III. (part 1))
  2. Simply click a tab below, and follow the instructions for each ISO Distro you would like to add.

Type wget "http://releases.ubuntu.com/13.04/ubuntu-13.04-desktop-i386.iso" -O ubuntu.iso

Or rename your existing ISO ubuntu.iso and copy it to the USB device

Adding an Unlisted ISO: To try ISO Files that are not yet listed, use the existing menuentry examples in /boot/grub/grub.cfg and append any options normally found in the distributions syslinux.cfg file on the “append” line to the “linux” line of the menu entry.

Please inform me of entries you get to work and I will add them to the list, so that others may benefit as well.

V. Last Step… Test to ensure your USB Device Boots into Grub2:

Reboot your Computer, and enter your BIOS or Boot Menu. Set the Boot Order to boot from the USB Device. Save your changes and Reboot. If all goes well, you should be presented with a Grub2 Boot Menu.

Fuente

Alfa AWUS036ACH

cd /tmp
git clone https://github.com/astsam/rtl8812au.git
cd rtl8812au
make
make install
depmod -a
modprobe 8812au
para high power

cd /tmp
git clone -b v4.3.21 https://github.com/astsam/rtl8812au.git
cd rtl8812au
make
make install
depmod -a
modprobe 8812au