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    Default Re: New Ghost Phisher (Fake DNS, Fake HTTP e.t.c)

    Looks good, if future additions will be added may I suggest adding a Fake AP tab with the selection of using airbase-ng or hostap. g0tm1lk's https://code.google.com/p/fakeap-pwn/ does a great job of this and I think it would be a great addition to your Ghost Phisher.
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    Default Re: New Ghost Phisher (Fake DNS, Fake HTTP e.t.c)

    Couldnt get the resolution to allow the program window to fit correctly on my netbook but it looks slick.

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    Then on the GUI KDE desktop interface, go to /usr/share/applications directory with the explorer.. there you will find the ghost phisher icon, all you need to do then is double click it...
    That works fine but can't get much else going.
    Are you going to write some basic instructions?

    Also having problems getting it to fit my netbook screen but can grt around that for now.

    Fake AP tab good idea I am using g0tm1lk's FakkAP_pwn at present
    Looks great just impatient to get it going.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TAPE View Post
    Couldnt get the resolution to allow the program window to fit correctly on my netbook but it looks slick.
    Quote Originally Posted by seanile View Post
    Fake AP tab good idea I am using g0tm1lk's FakkAP_pwn at present
    Looks great just impatient to get it going.
    Quote Originally Posted by cseven View Post
    Looks good, if future additions will be added may I suggest adding a Fake AP tab with the selection of using airbase-ng or hostap. g0tm1lk's https://code.google.com/p/fakeap-pwn/ does a great job of this and I think it would be a great addition to your Ghost Phisher.

    I have posted a way of making the program adjust with the resolution sizes on KDE, its on the google code page... check it out and follow the instructions


    @ Fake AP + Update
    Wow thats a really good idea, ill work on adding that ,the time of addition is not really certain, but ill definitely do add it
    Last edited by savioboyz; 02-26-2011 at 07:59 PM.
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    I have posted a way of making the program adjust with the resolution sizes on KDE, its on the google code page... check it out and follow the instructions[/B]
    I did try the suggested resolution fix, but didnt work for me, will have to dig a bit more into that tho as didnt try much more.

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    Very usefull, thx.
    "The difference between RAID1 and RAID0 is that the zero stands for how many files you're gonna have after a harddisk failure."

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    Quote Originally Posted by voidnecron View Post
    Very usefull, thx.
    Thanks to you too
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    Default Re: New Ghost Phisher (Fake DNS, Fake HTTP e.t.c)

    Good job buddy, haven't had a chance to test it yet buy looks very promising. Keep up the great work

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    Looks great
    Installed it and it runs
    Don't know how to use it, are there any instructions or a manual?
    All I have managed so far is to corrupt my dhcpd.conf file now my dhcp3 server won't start.
    Any pointers please

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    Default Re: New Ghost Phisher (Fake DNS, Fake HTTP e.t.c)

    Quote Originally Posted by ondrovic View Post
    Good job buddy, haven't had a chance to test it yet buy looks very promising. Keep up the great work
    Ondroviccc... Hi been some time, thanks buddy


    Quote Originally Posted by parrotface View Post
    Looks great
    Installed it and it runs
    Don't know how to use it, are there any instructions or a manual?
    All I have managed so far is to corrupt my dhcpd.conf file now my dhcp3 server won't start.
    Any pointers please
    I'll create a video on how to use the Program, but for the dhcp, go to /etc/dhcp3/ you find the dhcp3.conf... Delete it,
    your original is automatically backuped by the program "dhcp3_original", then run program, input necessary
    details, and start server.. it will correct it automatically
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