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[MOD][ICS] Tiamat Backtrack 5 with Aircrack - Sniff This! - ICS Update 2/7/12

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28th September 2011, 01:14 PM   |  #1  
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AOSP Kernels for HTC's 8x50, 7x30, and 8x60 Devices
Also available for the Motorola Xoom
After much testing, developing, and debugging, Team Tiamat Xoom is proud to present Backtrack 5 with Aircrack for Motorola Xoom! Backtrack 5 is a Linux Distro designed specifically for Information Security (InfoSec) professionals. Aircrack is a software suite for wireless network vulnerability and penetration testing (pentest). We are very excited that we have been able to unify Backtrack, Aircrack, and the Xoom to produce a robust, unified, and mobile security solution.
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UPDATE 1/31/12: I'm putting fresh links up do to popular demand. I no longer support this project except in the context of producing an ICS 2.6.39 kernel with compat wireless capabilities. Don't ask when I'll have the kernel. I'll let you know when i have it.

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Resources for Honeycomb
Link for the BT5 Image Installer Here
Link for the kernel with modules here

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UPDATE 2/7/12: Updated to ICS version with 2.6.39.4 rtl8187 driver. Shortly, I'll post a kernel with all supported USB Wireless drivers. If you don't know what this is, don't download it. I am not babysitting this thread. However, if you have an intelligent question, I'm sure some of the more motivated users may be able to help.
Download Backtrack 5 for Xoom ICS
Download ICS Xoom Development Overlay rev 4 which contains the needed kernel and various BT5 scripts
Download Backtrack 5 Flashable Zip Remover Tool much love and credit to Iruiz2!

Please be advised: The purpose of this thread is to release the Tiamat Xoom Backtrack 5 with Aircrack Expansion Pack. It is also to advance the Android implementation of this suite, along with discussion of drivers, dongles, and other aspects AS IT PERTAINS TO ANDROID. This is not the thread for asking about how to use the software suite. There are countless sources on the internet on which to find information about using the software suite. Also, due to the nature of this software, it may be a violation of XDA policy to discuss certain aspects of vulnerability testing, network penetration, and the like. I will personally follow up with XDA Moderation to determine what is fair game and what it not. Upon receiving guidance from moderation, I will open a thread in the Xoom General section for sharing scripts, tips, strategies, etc.
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Tiamat Xoom Moray BT5 Power User Expansion Pack

DEPRICATED -- Use the development overlay in the Tegra Hardware and Feature Implementation thread or just download in the above post.

Tiamat Xoom Rom users who use the Backtrack 5 package should be able to flash rom upgrades on not skip a beat! Simply flash this expansion pack over your Tiamat Xoom Moray rom update to keep backtrack running and add functionality.

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HIGHLIGHTS
  • Dynamic BCM4329 MAC address change script
  • Modules for virtually every usb wifi dongle out there
  • bt5.img mount and unmount script for easy file access
  • mount symlinked to android root for easy file access
  • bt5 script in /xbin for easy chroot shell access
  • ftdi_sio.ko, pl2303.ko, and pegasus.ko for the guys over on the Xoom General board (see, I remember )
  • NEW BT5 Script and Resource Flash Zip tool
  • tcpdump
  • And, of course, Tiamat Tachi 2.1 stock gpu kernel
  • This pack replaces the wifi-fix download
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Grab it here . Much credit and thanks to arctu for putting this together. You can have many shells open and easily access them for processing jobs
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28th September 2011, 01:29 PM   |  #4  
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Will your MOD also work with an VNC Client like "BackTrack 5 ARM (with GUI via TightVNCServer)" from here http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1074723 ?
28th September 2011, 02:25 PM   |  #5  
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My, you have been busy! Nice work.
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Nice work --

I'm wondering if users can contribute specific dongles that support monitoring mode with packet injection. I've only used pcmcia cards for monitoring mode. I'm also aware different chipsets seem to perform better than others. I've had good look with the atheros (mad_wifi driver) and broadcom (b43 driver) cards, however I'm aware usb dongles may contain different chipsets. If users could contribute whats working it would be great.
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Nice work --

I'm wondering if users can contribute specific dongles that support monitoring mode with packet injection. I've only used pcmcia cards for monitoring mode. I'm also aware different chipsets seem to perform better than others. I've had good look with the atheros (mad_wifi driver) and broadcom (b43 driver) cards, however I'm aware usb dongles may contain different chipsets. If users could contribute whats working it would be great.

Sup kevdog. Ya, that would be perfect. In fact I got 2 OP spots to update with that info. Personally, I have an Alfa and a Netgear dongle and both work well. The Alfa works great. If users could post confirmed working dongles with a link to purchase, that could be useful. Also, I know Solarnz has a dlink that works. However, that dongle required additional firmware to be installed inside the BT image. I haven't addressed firmware yet, but this is an open-ended project in which community involvement is welcome.
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Will your MOD also work with an VNC Client like "BackTrack 5 ARM (with GUI via TightVNCServer)" from here http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1074723 ?

I'm not sure. We used the stock BT5 ARM distro as a base. So if tightvncserver is included, it should. If not, you can always dpkg -i it. Keep in mind, we see no use for vnc in this enviroment and will not be supporting it. This is all shell sir , the way a good pentest enviro should be
28th September 2011, 05:18 PM   |  #9  
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I'm not sure. We used the stock BT5 ARM distro as a base. So if tightvncserver is included, it should. If not, you can always dpkg -i it. Keep in mind, we see no use for vnc in this enviroment and will not be supporting it. This is all shell sir , the way a good pentest enviro should be

The link i posted, is based of "ARM with Gnome" so there is a gui. I dont know if your version also has a gui.

All i know is that vncserver is a part of BT5.

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My wifi is broken after installing the zip file via CWM. Shows 'Error' under Wifi in the settings. Any ideas? Do I *need* a dongle to use this add-on?

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