sharkjack.shfrom the tools section of downloads.hak5.org/shark. Then, open a terminal and navigate to the directory where you're keeping
sharkjack.sh. I like to keep my scripts in my home directory, or
~, so I can quickly get to 'em by typing '
cd' and hitting enter. Next, make the script executable with '
chmod +x ./sharkjack.sh' and run it as root with '
sharkjack.shmain menu, pressing C will connect via SSH to the Shark Jack. It'll wait for you to flip the devices switch to arming mode (center position) and plug it into your computer's Ethernet port. After authenticating with the Shark Jack, you'll have a '
[email protected]:~#' prompt.
Sa the main menu will copy your SSH public key to the Shark Jack - and if you haven't created SSH keys before, it'll guide you through the process.