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    ive just downloaded BT4 and had a quick look through it. most impressive i must say.
    i didnt however notice spoonwep in the lists. is it not present in this release?
    sorry, i know its an easy way out to use it but i sometimes like simplicity when i obtain a new router just to play around with

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    There is an ongoing thread about this, im to lazy to search so its on you.

    But no its not included .. no clue about the final, but there are also many scripts out there that do this ... another thing that has an open thread that im to lazy to look for.

    Happy Searching.
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    would i just copy the file into my modules folder as i did with spoonwep2?

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    Here's how to get SpoonWEP and SpoonWPA, might be handy if you copy the following into a text file and run it as a script:

    Code:
    wget http://virjacode.com/projects/beefup/dloads/spoonwep.lzm
    lzm2dir spoonwep.lzm /
    rm spoonwep.lzm
    wget http://virjacode.com/projects/beefup/dloads/spoonwpa.lzm
    lzm2dir spoonwpa.lzm /
    rm spoonwpa.lzm
    rm /bin/sh
    ln -s /bin/bash /bin/sh
    Then have your fun:

    Code:
    spoonwep &
    Also if you want MDK3, (the program that broadcasts fake access points), here's what to do:
    Code:
    wget http://homepages.tu-darmstadt.de/~p_larbig/wlan/mdk3-v5.tar.bz2
    tar xjf mdk3-v5.tar.bz2
    cd mdk3-v5
    sed -i 's|-Wall|-w|g' ./Makefile
    sed -i 's|-Wextra||g' ./Makefile
    sed -i 's|-Wall||g' ./osdep/common.mak
    sed -i 's|-Wextra||g' ./osdep/common.mak
    sed -i 's|-Werror|-w|g' ./osdep/common.mak
    sed -i 's|-W||g' ./osdep/common.mak
    make
    make install
    I've collected a load of little scripts together like this, they're all a part of my little "Beef Up" program that lets you add a load of stuff to Backtrack in just a couple of minutes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Virchanza View Post
    I've collected a load of little scripts together like this, they're all a part of my little "Beef Up" program that lets you add a load of stuff to Backtrack in just a couple of minutes.
    Where might one find this "Beef Up" script ?
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    Where might one find this "Beef Up" script ?
    On my hard disk

    I started a thread about it a while back but barely anyone seemed interested so I just kept it to myself. If people are interested in it though, I can go to the bother of polishing it off and uploading it.

    Here's the choices it has so far:

    Code:
    Do you want to fix the clock bug in BT4 Beta?
    
    Would you like to fix the broken netdiscover in BT4 Beta?
    
    Would you like SpoonWEP?
    
    Would you like SpoonWPA?
     
     Would you like MDK3?
    
    Do you want to add the OpenOffice repositories to apt-get?
    
    Would you like to install the Adobe Flash Player Plug-in for Firefox?
    
    For playing audio and video files, would you like mplayer?
    
    Another good media player is VLC, do you want it?
    
    Would you like to see a list of cool utilities for mounting special file systems into your Linux filesystem (e.g. for mounting FTP)?
    
    For mounting FTP sites, would you like curlftpfs?
    
    Would you like to see a list of cool utilities for running your computer as a network server?
    
    For a proxy server for filtering and caching content, do you want Squid?
    
    Would you like the full OpenOffice suite?
    
    For editing and resizing pictures, would you like GIMP?
    
    For creating bootable USB's from ISO images, would you like unetbootin?
    
    Do you want to see a list of cool plug-in's for Firefox?
    
    With Autopager, instead of having to click "Next Page" in search results, you can keep scrolling down and scrolling down and the next pages will be loaded automatically (so you can scroll forever). Do you want it, it's pretty cool?
    
    For sending and receiving e-mail, would you like Thunderbird?
    
    For encrypting and decrypting e-mail, would you like the Engimail plug-in for Thunderbird?
    
    For a Bittorrent client, would you like Transmission?
    
    For accessing Virtual Private Networks (VPN's), would you like OpenVPN?
    
    For playing mp3 files at the commandline, would you like mpg123?
    
    For working on C and C++ programming projects, would you like Code:Blocks?
    
    Would you like to install a load of commonly-used libraries for C and C++?
    
    For making recordings of your actions on your PC, e.g. for making a tutorial video, would you like recordmypc?
    You just give Yes and No answers, and the program produces a script file for you that will install everything you want. You can have a look over the script file it produces, edit it if you like, and then execute it. Then just leave it to do it's thing.
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    I wouldn't mind a copy, would be nice to add some things.

    Proxychains, r8187 driver, nessus, update aircrack, update kismet, giskismet, nvidia driver, and some other random things.

    Also i didnt know you could mount ftp sites ... thats pretty damn nifty ... oh and autopager looks ****in sweeeeeeet if it works.

    Thing is tho who really knows what the final might include.
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    I started a new thread about Beef Up (it's available to download):

    http://forums.remote-exploit.org/pro...tml#post135993
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