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The Nautilus is a dual voltage USB UART - a nice little tool to have whenever you need to pop a shell on some target electronics board, be it a router, embedded Linux system or some microcontroller-based device. Twitter user Rémy GILLET (@remyglt) has taken the time to design a beautiful 3D printed case, which he was then kind enough to share with everyone. The results look very nice, below is a close-up of the orange version printed by @remyglt himself. I quickly printed mine in some glow-in-the-dark PLA, but I must say I still prefer the orange version from Rémy. This is what...
It gives me immense joy to finally reveal what I've secretly been working on for the past months. I must admit it has been difficult to keep this to myself as I was progressing through the design and development of this new product. After many successful pentests using the Skunk gigabit switch as a way to bypass NAC (by spoofing the MAC address of a legitimate device and duplicating its traffic), I came to realize the value of this technique, which I started referring to as "ghosting". I started to understand I needed to design a device which would accomplish...
Finally! After multiple requests and much waiting, the Skunk is now available in three different colors. For all of you who don't own a 3D printer but still want to have your Skunk in a specific color, you can now get yours in Emerald, Amethyst or classic Kiwi. Look for the drop-down color selector when visiting the Skunk product page. If you feel some additional specific colors should be made available, feel free to contact us or leave a comment below! These are all printed using PLA from Fillamentum. So what are you waiting for? Go get yours today in...
Are you growing tired of the "classic" look of the Skunk's basic enclosure? Do you wish there was a funkier alternative? I wanted to experiment with other designs for this case. After some playing around, I came up with two alternatives which, at least to me, provide some nice change of outfit for the Skunk. Please note: only the standard green case is shipped with the Skunk for now. The cases presented here are simply experiments that I encourage anyone with a 3D printer to try out for themselves. The bottom part of the case has not actually changed -...
I got tired of carrying a bunch of USB Ethernet dongles for my pentests. Whenever I need to connect to multiple networks, my laptop ends up looking like a degenerate squid monster. It was time to do something about this. Meet the Manifold The Manifold features three individual 10/100 Ethernet interfaces, each with its own MAC address. Connect to all the networks without turning your computer into a spaghetti creature! These are shipped with MAC addresses from the Ringtail Security prefix - read more about it here. Customizable by default As always, the STL files for the plastic case are...
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