Ok just to report to all.. I have installed hackpack tool the way Bl4cks4b3r suggested and I did not receive any warning like
This is what I have done:Code:
WARNING: untrusted versions of the following packages will be installed!
1. Downloaded HackPack v1.5 (bl4cks4b3r.tar.gz) from his site http://s4b3rstealth.forumotion.pro/login
2. Untar and put all the files in my Desktop
3. cd /root/Desktop
4. chmod +x install
5. double click install and choose run on this dialogue box (all files from desktop will get moved to the required directories)
6. Open a terminal and type sbrpwn
you will get a screen like below:
Choose option 1 and let it do it's thing..Code:
| You are now using HackPack, by Bl4ckS4b3r & Yookon |
| . . |
1.) Run updates
3.) Run NMAP
5.) DNS Spoof
7.) DOS attacks
8.) Install VMWare Tools
h.) Help & Support
Please select from an option above:
And we are done..
Good stuff and thanks for bearing with me..
Cheers all and specially to Bl4cks4b3r
Edit: I was going to grab your package (based on the link above) and have a look so I could make more specific recommendations but Winzip doesn't like it and neither do unzip or gunzip on Ubuntu.
i'm attempting to install the hackpack on BT5 Arm that is running in my Nexus 7 tablet.
it all appears to run properly except at the end
You can now open a shell and type: sbrpwn
and it will do this...
./install: line 178: sbrpwn: command not found
i have followed all directions to the T.
any ideas on how to resolve this would be great.
@QuattroCS Please read the posts above they cover the same issue.
Just on a sidenote, we have come out with HackPack v1.6, I would like to make an official post somewhere on the forum, and have made a 'Wiki' page per say about HackPack. I just want to put it into the correct place, and also have the support of this forum :D.
Also a sidenote--as stated before I was hoping that HackPack could be included in BT6, what are the odds of that happening? I wouldnt be offended if it isnt BT material, just curious.
Merry Christmas and happy new years to all.