venerdì 7 giugno 2019

Various SDR OS / Distro / LiveOS / Virtual Machine / Bootable Linux image

Various SDR OS / Distro / LiveOS / Virtual Machine / Bootable Linux image

below are some operating systems, virtual machines, file names and related descriptions useful for online research of those who want to manage SDR hardware and radio signals.




GNU Radio Live SDR Environment
  • ubuntu-14.04.1-desktop-amd64-gnuradio-3.7.6.1.iso
  • ubuntu-14.04.1-desktop-amd64-gnuradio.iso
  • ubuntu-14.04.4-desktop-amd64-gnuradio-3.7.9.2.iso
  • ubuntu-16.04.2-desktop-amd64-gnuradio-3.7.11.iso
  • ubuntu-14.04.5-desktop-amd64-gnuradio-3.7.10.1.iso
Description: The GNU Radio Live SDR Environment, produced by Corgan Labs, is a bootable Ubuntu Linux DVD or USB drive image, with GNU Radio and third party software pre-installed. It is designed for quick and easy testing and experimentation with GNU Radio without having to make any permanent modifications to a PC or laptop. It does not, however, provide for permanent installation.
It is supplied as an ISO image to be downloaded and burned onto a recordable DVD disc or copied to a USB flash drive using a utility such as the Ubuntu Startup Disk Creator (Ubuntu Linux OS) or Unetbootin (Windows, MacOS, Linux). Creating a USB drive from the image will provide much faster booting and operation, and allow making changes and storing files. Finally, the ISO image may be booted within a virtual environment such as VirtualBox, QEMU/kvm, VMware, or Parallels.


RTL-SDR/HackRF Live DVD
  • ubuntu-12.04.2-custom-sdr-amd64.iso
  • ubuntu-12.04.3-desktop-amd64-gnuradio-2013-0926.iso
  • ubuntu-12.04.3-desktop-amd64-gnuradio-2013-1110.iso
Description:  If you’ve been wanting to use your RTL-SDR or HackRF on Linux, but didn’t know how to or couldn’t be bothered installing all the software, there is now a live DVD downloadable thanks to Reddit user rtl_sdr_is_fun. With a live DVD you can boot into an Ubuntu OS (with many pre-installed SDR related programs) directly from the DVD without the need to install anything.
The Live DVD is only available for 64-bit CPUs.


SigintOS
  • sigintos.iso
  • sigintos-1.1.iso
Description: SigintOS; as the name suggests, SIGINT is an improved Linux distribution for Signal Intelligence. This distribution is based on Ubuntu Linux. It has its own software called SigintOS. With this software, many SIGINT operations can be performed via a single graphical interface.
Hardware and software installation problems faced by many people interested in signal processing are completely eliminated with SigintOS. HackRF, BladeRF, USRP, RTL-SDR are already installed, and the most used Gnuradio, Gsm and Gps applications are also included in the distribution.


Skywavelinux
  • skywavelinux-1.0.iso
  • skywavelinux-2.1.iso
  • skywavelinux-2.2.iso
Description: Skywave Linux is an operating system using bleeding-edge technology to robustly access broadcast, utility, military, and amateur radio signals from almost anywhere in the world, including countries with restrictive internet environments. Skywave Linux connects to a large and growing network of state-of-the art software defined radio (SDR) servers, making it possible to experience high performance SDR operation without your own large antennas or on-site radio hardware. All you need to do is boot the system on a computer with internet connectivity. Skywave Linux can also operate numerous types of SDR hardware, plugged in or on the local network. Downloading, installing and configuring SDR software can be difficult for many computer users; Skywave Linux eliminates the hassle by including several applications installed, configured, and ready to run.


Ubuntu-remix
  • ubuntu-remix-14-32bit.iso
  • ubuntu-remix-14-64bit.iso
Description: This is a remastered version of Ubuntu Linux. There are 32-bit and 64-bit versions available, as well as an (older) image for the PengPod 1000.
This version contains a lot of amateur radio software including Fldigi, NBEMS, Gpredict, earthtrack, xcwcp and qrq, XLog and cqrlog, flrig and grig, xnec2c, fl_moxgen, aa-analyzer, owx, VOACAP, glfer, Xastir, gqrx, gEDA, GNU Radio Companion, quisk, direwolf, linamc, FreeDV, wsjt-x, Micro-Fox 15 Config, and a TinyTrak3 configuration program.
Version 16 is updated to match Ubuntu 14.01.1 LTS, including updated packet radio software and repairs to VOACAP.
This software collection uses the icewm window manager with menus customized for Amateur Radio use. It is designed to be light weight to run on older computers, while still having modern functionality.
Recommended: 1GHz CPU and 1GB memory at an absolute bare minimum (SDR applications will require more). 


KB1OIQ - Andy's Ham Radio Linux
  • andy-v17-32bit.iso
  • andy-v17-64bit.iso
Description: This is a remastered version of Ubuntu Linux. There are 32-bit and 64-bit versions available, as well as an (older) image for the PengPod 1000.
This version contains a lot of amateur radio software including Fldigi, NBEMS, Gpredict, earthtrack, xcwcp and qrq, XLog and cqrlog, flrig and grig, xnec2c, fl_moxgen, aa-analyzer, owx, VOACAP, glfer, Xastir, gqrx, gEDA, GNU Radio Companion, quisk, direwolf, linamc, FreeDV, wsjt-x, Micro-Fox 15 Config, and a TinyTrak3 configuration program.
Version 16 is updated to match Ubuntu 14.01.1 LTS, including updated packet radio software and repairs to VOACAP.
This software collection uses the icewm window manager with menus customized for Amateur Radio use. It is designed to be light weight to run on older computers, while still having modern functionality.
Recommended: 1GHz CPU and 1GB memory at an absolute bare minimum (SDR applications will require more).


Debian Hamradio Pure Blend
  • debian-live-8.5.0-amd64-hamradio.iso
  • debian-live-8.5.0-i386-hamradio.iso
Description: The Debian Hamradio Pure Blend is a project of the Debian Hamradio Maintainers Team who collaborate on maintenance of amateur-radio related packages for Debian. Every Pure Blend is a subset of Debian that is configured to support a particular target group out-of-the-box. This blend aims to support the needs of radio amateurs.


Shackbox
  • shackbox_premium.iso

Description: Shackbox is an open source, out-of-the-box and totally free Live Linux distribution that provides over 150 applications for Ham radio operators, trunking software, antenna design apps, and a lot of other applications related to electronics.
Shackbox is based on the Ubuntu Linux operating system, but without the Unity user interface and all the KDE related applications. In addition the distro offers SDR support for rtl2832 devices and a GNU Radio companion plugin.


Tetra Live Monitor

Description: telive - Tetra Live Monitor (c) 2014-2015 Jacek Lipkowski sq5bpf@lipkowski.org
telive is a program which can be used to display information like signalling, calls etc from a Tetra network. It is also possible to log the signalling information, listen to the audio in realtime and to record the audio. Playing the audio and recompressing it into ogg is done via external scripts.


LilacSat2
  • lilacsat-2_livecd_20151010.iso

Pentoo
  • pentoo-i686-default-2015.0_RC3.7.iso
  • pentoo-i686-hardened-2015.0_RC3.7.iso

AttifyOS
  • AttifyOS1.3.ova
Description: AttifyOS is a penetration testing distro for security professionals to assess the security of Internet of Things (IoT) devices. The distro is based on LUbuntu and contains pre-configured tools to help you with your next IoT pentest.
Embedded software such as Binwalk, Attify Badge tool, Baudrate.py, Openocd, Flashrom, Spiflash.py.
Firmware and Software software such as Binwalk, Firmware-Mod-Kit (FMK), Firmware Analysis Toolkit (FAT), radare2, IDA Demo, Dex2Jar, JADx, ROPGadget.
Radio software such as GQRX, GNURadio, Ubertooth-Utils, HackRF, KillerBee / Attify ZigBee Framework,


Other famous Pentest LiveOS with SDR support package:

  • Kali
  • NetHunter
  • BackTrack

Virtual Machine Image:

  • KickSat
  • Ubuntu R36
  • Ubuntu R37


giovedì 6 giugno 2019

How to catch Charging station interface Device online with search engine like zoomeye shodan censys fofa

To capture Charging station interface Device online via search engines for Internet-connected devices is not difficult.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charging_station

An electric vehicle charging station, also called EV charging station, electric recharging point, charging point, charge point, ECS (electronic charging station), and EVSE (electric vehicle supply equipment), is an element in an infrastructure that supplies electric energy for the recharging of plug-in electric vehicles—including electric cars, neighborhood electric vehicles and plug-in hybrids.
For charging at home or work, some EVs have onboard converters that can plug into a standard electrical outlet or a high-capacity appliance outlet. Others either require or can use a charging station that provides electrical conversion, monitoring, or safety functionality. These stations are also needed when traveling, and many support faster charging at higher voltages and currents than are available from residential EVSEs. Public charging stations are typically on-street facilities provided by electric utility companies or located at retail shopping centers, restaurants and parking places, operated by a range of private companies.
Charging stations provide a range of heavy duty or special connectors that conform to the variety of standards. For common rapid charging and DC, the Combined Charging System (CCS) is becoming the universal standard. Others are CHAdeMO, and the Type 2 connector.


Example link of search engines:

www.shodan.io

www.zoomeye.org
 
https://censys.io/

https://fofa.so/




Example code to search:
  • Charging station
  • Charging station interface
  • Charging station interface 4.32-4932
  • Charging station interface 4.33-4964
  • Charging station interface 4.40-5038
  • Charging station interface 4.31-4881
  • Charging station interface 4.34-4979
  • Charging station interface 4.52-5419


Fast search:

https://www.shodan.io/search?query=%22Charging+station%22
https://www.zoomeye.org/searchResult?q=%22Charging%20station%22
https://censys.io/ipv4?q=%22Charging+station%22
https://fofa.so/result?q="Charging+station"


https://www.shodan.io/search?query=%22Charging+station+interface%22
https://www.zoomeye.org/searchResult?q=%22Charging%20station%20interface%22
https://censys.io/ipv4?q=%22Charging+station+interface%22
https://fofa.so/result?q="Charging+station+interface"

https://www.shodan.io/search?query=%22Charging+station+interface+4.32-4932%22
https://www.zoomeye.org/searchResult?q=%22Charging%20station%20interface%204.32-4932%22
https://censys.io/ipv4?q=%22Charging+station+interface+4.32-4932%22
https://fofa.so/result?q="Charging+station+interface+4.32-4932"

https://www.shodan.io/search?query=%22Charging+station+interface+4.33-4964%22
https://www.zoomeye.org/searchResult?q=%22Charging%20station%20interface%204.33-4964%22
https://censys.io/ipv4?q=%22Charging+station+interface+4.33-4964%22
https://fofa.so/result?q="Charging+station+interface+4.33-4964"

https://www.shodan.io/search?query=%22Charging+station+interface+4.40-5038%22
https://www.zoomeye.org/searchResult?q=%22Charging%20station%20interface%204.40-5038%22
https://censys.io/ipv4?q=%22Charging+station+interface+4.40-5038%22
https://fofa.so/result?q="Charging+station+interface+4.40-5038"


it is very interesting to observe how the search results of the various search engines are very different ....