Kali Net-hunter - 3.0 - Nougat/Marshmallow

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ZpanicZ

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Jun 5, 2015
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Kali NET-HUNTER

This is the kali nethunter for the htc one m7 running on the latest android version (6.0 and 7.0 /NOUGAT/Marshmallow)

SCREENSHOTS
http://imgur.com/a/JEL0l

Steps To Install
1.-Download the latest cm 13,14 or LOS 13,14 and nethunter and the Gapps ( Just to obatin Google Playstore :) )
2.-Flash cm 13 or LOS 14 and Gapps/
3.-Now reboot and load cm 13,14 or LOS rom ( wait until the boot completes )
4.-Go back to recovery and install the nethunter zip
5.-Now reboot
5.-success !

Downloads
cm 13 = https://androidfilehost.com/?w=files&flid=23169
Net-Hunter = https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=24651430732236171
Net-Hunter for nougat =https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=745425885120725928

Update Big Thanks to @michael8t6 for making the kernel :)
androidhost are taking forever to approve my dev account so I've had to upload it to my G drive for now. This is the standard cm13 rom running on android 6.0, nothing has changed, I've just replaced the kernel with a patched one. You can download it here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B43...ew?usp=sharing

steps to install
Copy the zip and Gapps to your phone.
Reboot into recovery mode.
Wipe data, cache, dalvik.
Flash rom, then flash Gapps
If you're S-OFF then simply reboot and follow ZpanicZ instructions for installing net hunter.
If you're S-ON then reboot back into bootloader.
Extract boot.im from the zip onto your computer and into your fastboot directory.
Plug your phone into your computer and run the following command:
Code:
Code:
 fastboot flash boot boot.img
Reboot and enjoy.

On the first reboot after flashing the rom, it can take up to ten mins for the phone to boot completely. Just be patient.

After you've finished installing nethunter, install the Xposed framework if you want to, not before, I fount this caused the phone to hang on the boot screen.

Once you've finished installing everything, run the nethunter app and grant it root permissions.

Close the app and re open the app, if you don't see any HID devices showing under the HID devices section. Open a new kali terminal and run the following command:
Code:
Code:
ls /dev/hidg*
You should see two HID devices come up, if you don't then post in this thread and I'll try to help you.

If you do see the devices, then nethunter isn't looking in root but the HID attacks should still work.

Lastly, if rubber ducky isn't working for you, then enable debugging mode via the developer options under settings and also connect your phone to your computer via MTP mode.

Known issues
▼BADUSB MITM isn't working, this isn't due to the kernel but is related to the nethunter install. I've been researching into this and need to look into the way it assigns the interfaces more.
▼I'm not sure if monitor mode is working for external wireless adapters. So basically, when building the kernel, I have to enable the relevant options to support the chipset drivers. The three main ones are obviously athros, ralink and realtek. When I was compiling, I hit an error regarding the realtek drivers, so for now I've not bothered enabling any support for wireless cards as compiling takes ages on my computer (she's a dinosaur). Once I'm not sick of staring at my monitor any more, I'm going to be looking into this feature as my first priority. That being said, if anyone does manage to enable monitor mode on a wireless adapter, please let me know in this thread, there's no point enabling athros drivers if they already work, it'll just make the kernel bulkier and slow down the phone overall.
▼You tell me.

Credits:
@9Lukas5 for allowing me to use his kernel source.
@ZpanicZ for creating the nethunter app and giving me the motivation to learn about compiling kernels. You may want to add all this to the OP buddy. Done :)
 
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takaru

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Aug 3, 2008
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Kali NET-HUNTER

This is the kali nethunter for the htc one m7 running on the latest android version (6.0 Marshmallow)

SCREENSHOTS
http://imgur.com/a/JEL0l

Steps To Install
1.-Download the latest cm 13 and nethunter and the Gapps ( Just to obatin Google Playstore :) )
2.-Flash cm 13 and Gapps/
3.-Now reboot and load cm 13 rom ( wait until the boot completes )
4.-Go back to recovery and install the nethunter zip
5.-Now reboot
5.-success !

Downloads
cm 13 = https://androidfilehost.com/?w=files&flid=23169
Net-Hunter = https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=24651430732236171

Hi. Can use it in htc one m7 sprint ? Now I am using GSM in VietNam
 
Whoa ... No way😃

Kali NET-HUNTER

This is the kali nethunter for the htc one m7 running on the latest android version (6.0 Marshmallow)

SCREENSHOTS
http://imgur.com/a/JEL0l

Steps To Install
1.-Download the latest cm 13 and nethunter and the Gapps ( Just to obatin Google Playstore :) )
2.-Flash cm 13 and Gapps/
3.-Now reboot and load cm 13 rom ( wait until the boot completes )
4.-Go back to recovery and install the nethunter zip
5.-Now reboot
5.-success !

Downloads
cm 13 = https://androidfilehost.com/?w=files&flid=23169
Net-Hunter = https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=24651430732236171


I never saw this coming!

Just lately I had decided to hop onto my old HTC One M7 phone to see what all I had left on it. ...

Then I figured, hey, perhaps there's something newer that I could flash onto it seeing as how is been well over a year since I'd used it at all.

WoW! ... and then I found this on here and my mind was blown!

I've been wanting to try Kali NET-HUNTER out for years now and this this is just awesome, thank you for sharing this with us.

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ZpanicZ

Senior Member
Jun 5, 2015
79
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I never saw this coming!

Just lately I had decided to hop onto my old HTC One M7 phone to see what all I had left on it. ...

Then I figured, hey, perhaps there's something newer that I could flash onto it seeing as how is been well over a year since I'd used it at all.

WoW! ... and then I found this on here and my mind was blown!

I've been wanting to try Kali NET-HUNTER out for years now and this this is just awesome, thank you for sharing this with us.

��

Glad i wasn't the only one :b , i was kind of suprise there was no kali nethunter for this phone.
 

damn66

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Apr 24, 2005
72
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installation went smoothly..which is the preferred wireless card?

Sent from my MI NOTE LTE using Tapatalk
 

ZpanicZ

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Jun 5, 2015
79
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installation went smoothly..which is the preferred wireless card?

Sent from my MI NOTE LTE using Tapatalk

well there are several cards that works perfectly, you may want to google that, also search for wireless cards that can do packet injection without problems.
 

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    Kali NET-HUNTER

    This is the kali nethunter for the htc one m7 running on the latest android version (6.0 and 7.0 /NOUGAT/Marshmallow)

    SCREENSHOTS
    http://imgur.com/a/JEL0l

    Steps To Install
    1.-Download the latest cm 13,14 or LOS 13,14 and nethunter and the Gapps ( Just to obatin Google Playstore :) )
    2.-Flash cm 13 or LOS 14 and Gapps/
    3.-Now reboot and load cm 13,14 or LOS rom ( wait until the boot completes )
    4.-Go back to recovery and install the nethunter zip
    5.-Now reboot
    5.-success !

    Downloads
    cm 13 = https://androidfilehost.com/?w=files&flid=23169
    Net-Hunter = https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=24651430732236171
    Net-Hunter for nougat =https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=745425885120725928

    Update Big Thanks to @michael8t6 for making the kernel :)
    androidhost are taking forever to approve my dev account so I've had to upload it to my G drive for now. This is the standard cm13 rom running on android 6.0, nothing has changed, I've just replaced the kernel with a patched one. You can download it here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B43...ew?usp=sharing

    steps to install
    Copy the zip and Gapps to your phone.
    Reboot into recovery mode.
    Wipe data, cache, dalvik.
    Flash rom, then flash Gapps
    If you're S-OFF then simply reboot and follow ZpanicZ instructions for installing net hunter.
    If you're S-ON then reboot back into bootloader.
    Extract boot.im from the zip onto your computer and into your fastboot directory.
    Plug your phone into your computer and run the following command:
    Code:
    Code:
     fastboot flash boot boot.img
    Reboot and enjoy.

    On the first reboot after flashing the rom, it can take up to ten mins for the phone to boot completely. Just be patient.

    After you've finished installing nethunter, install the Xposed framework if you want to, not before, I fount this caused the phone to hang on the boot screen.

    Once you've finished installing everything, run the nethunter app and grant it root permissions.

    Close the app and re open the app, if you don't see any HID devices showing under the HID devices section. Open a new kali terminal and run the following command:
    Code:
    Code:
    ls /dev/hidg*
    You should see two HID devices come up, if you don't then post in this thread and I'll try to help you.

    If you do see the devices, then nethunter isn't looking in root but the HID attacks should still work.

    Lastly, if rubber ducky isn't working for you, then enable debugging mode via the developer options under settings and also connect your phone to your computer via MTP mode.

    Known issues
    ▼BADUSB MITM isn't working, this isn't due to the kernel but is related to the nethunter install. I've been researching into this and need to look into the way it assigns the interfaces more.
    ▼I'm not sure if monitor mode is working for external wireless adapters. So basically, when building the kernel, I have to enable the relevant options to support the chipset drivers. The three main ones are obviously athros, ralink and realtek. When I was compiling, I hit an error regarding the realtek drivers, so for now I've not bothered enabling any support for wireless cards as compiling takes ages on my computer (she's a dinosaur). Once I'm not sick of staring at my monitor any more, I'm going to be looking into this feature as my first priority. That being said, if anyone does manage to enable monitor mode on a wireless adapter, please let me know in this thread, there's no point enabling athros drivers if they already work, it'll just make the kernel bulkier and slow down the phone overall.
    ▼You tell me.

    Credits:
    @9Lukas5 for allowing me to use his kernel source.
    @ZpanicZ for creating the nethunter app and giving me the motivation to learn about compiling kernels. You may want to add all this to the OP buddy. Done :)
    5
    Disclaimer: I am in no way, shape or form a developer! I couldn't tell you the first thing about coding in C, C++, C# or any other language,
    this is my first kernel build and it's working on my device. That being said, I will not be held responsible if your phone hard bricks, soft bricks, boot loops, kills your dog and sells the cat. I'm not here to provide you 24/7 support or to hold your hand during the process, I'm providing the below steps as a guideline only. You're on your own from here.​

    androidhost are taking forever to approve my dev account so I've had to upload it to my G drive for now. This is the standard cm13 rom running on android 6.0, nothing has changed, I've just replaced the kernel with a patched one. You can download it here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B43RVF9HpZKldGtDTFVVM1REYjg/view?usp=sharing

    steps to install
    1. Copy the zip and Gapps to your phone.
    2. Reboot into recovery mode.
    3. Wipe data, cache, dalvik.
    4. Flash rom, then flash Gapps
    5. If you're S-OFF then simply reboot and follow ZpanicZ instructions for installing net hunter.
    6. If you're S-ON then reboot back into bootloader.
    7. Extract boot.im from the zip onto your computer and into your fastboot directory.
    8. Plug your phone into your computer and run the following command:
      Code:
       fastboot flash boot boot.img
    9. Reboot and enjoy.

    On the first reboot after flashing the rom, it can take up to ten mins for the phone to boot completely. Just be patient.

    After you've finished installing nethunter, install the Xposed framework if you want to, not before, I fount this caused the phone to hang on the boot screen.

    Once you've finished installing everything, run the nethunter app and grant it root permissions.

    Close the app and re open the app, if you don't see any HID devices showing under the HID devices section. Open a new kali terminal and run the following command:
    Code:
    ls /dev/hidg*

    You should see two HID devices come up, if you don't then post in this thread and I'll try to help you.

    If you do see the devices, then nethunter isn't looking in root but the HID attacks should still work.

    Lastly, if rubber ducky isn't working for you, then enable debugging mode via the developer options under settings and also connect your phone to your computer via MTP mode.

    Known issues
    • BADUSB MITM isn't working, this isn't due to the kernel but is related to the nethunter install. I've been researching into this and need to look into the way it assigns the interfaces more.
    • I'm not sure if monitor mode is working for external wireless adapters. So basically, when building the kernel, I have to enable the relevant options to support the chipset drivers. The three main ones are obviously athros, ralink and realtek. When I was compiling, I hit an error regarding the realtek drivers, so for now I've not bothered enabling any support for wireless cards as compiling takes ages on my computer (she's a dinosaur). Once I'm not sick of staring at my monitor any more, I'm going to be looking into this feature as my first priority. That being said, if anyone does manage to enable monitor mode on a wireless adapter, please let me know in this thread, there's no point enabling athros drivers if they already work, it'll just make the kernel bulkier and slow down the phone overall.
    • You tell me.

    Credits:
    @9Lukas5 for allowing me to use his kernel source.
    @ZpanicZ for creating the nethunter app and giving me the motivation to learn about compiling kernels. You may want to add all this to the OP buddy.
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    i use him now but some app not working like camira theme and some app in kali like to csploit not work for me or what can i do for all that work ? update cyanogenmod ?:confused:

    uninstall csploit and install the latest version 1.6.6 RC2 from this github: https://github.com/cSploit/android/releases

    It was a bug that was fixed but the newest update hasn't been implemented into the nethunter build.

    Update

    Just flashed a patched kernel for lineage14.1/cm14.1, same as last time

    1. HID is supported
    2. rubber duck works
    3. no driver support for wireless cards
    4. badusbmitm doesn't work

    Still awaiting androidfilehost to approve my dev account, soon as it's approved, all will be available from there. Expect an upload of the patched lineage somepoint today.
    2
    Hello, I'm trying to use a TP-Link TL-WN722N USB Wi-Fi Adapter, but it does not work - iwconfig shows no other interface than wlan0. I tried both a cheap USB OTG cable, and a USB OTG Y-cable (power from desktop/laptop/powerbank) to no avail. In case anyone managed to make USB NICs work, what kernel do I need to flash or what module do I need to compile into the kernel?

    Thanks a bunch!

    You'd need to go into the config menu for the kernel and enable the relevant driver for that device.

    I've managed to patch the kernel to support HID, been playing with rubber ducky all morning and it's been able to launch every script!

    I did try to enable all the suggested modules from the nethunter wiki page, however, this caused a boot loop to occur. I'm going to be uploading the patched kernel and ROM file at some point today. Soon as it's up, I'll let @ZpanicZ have the link and update the OP.

    I've spent a lot of time on patching this kernel and do plan to patch the kernel for cm14 at some point, however, my main priority at the moment is to try and enable the driver support for our wireless cards on cm13 as this is the rom I'm personally using.