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the n9 as an evil access point #mitm —

Prelude: I used it in all these tools for development and privat use, e.g. you shouldn’t use it in a coffee-shop, call your hotspot “Free-Wifi” and turn the encryption off 😛 The last month I looked for a way to use my n9 as package sniffer and I figured out some usefull stuff … … […]

setting up a pptp debian server —

I’ve never done something simple like this before. First install the package: apt-get install pptpd then edit the localip and remoteip in your /etc/pptpd.conf file. and next add a user with password: echo “USERNAME pptpd PASSWORD *” >> /etc/ppp/chap-secrets and restart the pptpd server: /etc/init.d/pptpd restart done. It tested it with the android (kernel: 2.6.29-TheOfficial-00479-g3c7df37) […]