Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Running own cloud server on Android mobile phone

Hello people

I use an owncloud server quite a lot (to sync contacts, calendars, files, bookmarks...) and I would like to have a small personal owncloud server that I could carry around with me. The best solution would be to use something like a raspberry pi or similar mini pc, but because of where I live, getting one of those is much more expensive than it should be or they just don't sell them in my region, so... long story short, I have an Android phone, rooted and running cyanogen, and I see that there are web server apps that even have php support.

I guess the database might be the most difficult part. In the owncloud website they say:
ownCloud uses a database abstraction layer on top of either MDB2 or PDO, depending on the availability of PDO on the server

I have no idea what this is XD

Does anyone knows or has tried to run an owncloud server or similar on an android device?

might be able to host it using Paws Server for Android
but why not just use dropbox?

Getting real IP address of the user SKYPE

Getting real IP address of the user SKYPE
1. Swing away patched version of Skype 5.5:
2. include the creation of a file with debug-ravine through the addition of a few registry keys.
3. Choose a function to add a Skype contact, but not add, just click on it to view vcard. This will be enough. 4. Enjoying the logs needed skaypneym.

In the records of this kind will be his real u:-r195.100.213.25: 31101 
But in this, the internal network card ip:-l172.10.5.17
21:16:45.818 T # 3668 PresenceManager:
5. Enjoying his whois.
We get city, country, ISP and internal ip user. Pearl script to automate the search in debug log.

#! Perl
$ LOGFILE = "debug-20120420-2257.log";
$ SKYPENAME = "skypetestuser1";

open (RD, $ LOGFILE);
open (WR, "> _ip_logger.txt");
while () {chomp;
$ Line = $ _;

if (($ line = ~ / PresenceManager :/) and ($ line = ~ / noticing /)) {
$ Line = ~ /-r (\ d +. \ D +. \ D +. \ D +) /;
$ Ip = $ 1;

print WR $ line. "\ n";
print WR "IP: $ ip \ n";

if ($ line = ~ / $ SKYPENAME /) {
print $ line. "\ n";
print "$ {SKYPENAME} IP: $ ip \ n";

close (RD);
close (WR);

Cellphone Tracking

Subject Identification
  • Each Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) has an International Mobile Subscriber Identity (IMSI) which it must send to the network in order to be associated with its' phone number.
  • Each mobile a.k.a. cell phone has an International Mobile Equipment Identifier (IMEI). Regardless of which SIM you use, the mobile a.k.a. phone will still send its' - the same - IMEI to the network it connects to.
  • Each mobile a.k.a. cell phone has a unique rise time signature produced by slight - unintentional - variations during manufacturing.

Tracking Methods
  • Passive:
    • The network can be a genuine local network which can then track your mobile a.k.a. cell phone via base station telemetry. To determine the distance from a base station, at least 1 base station is needed. To determine two possible positions on the surface, at least 2 base stations are needed. To determine a position on the ground, at least 3 base stations are needed - this is called "triangulation". To determine an underground or airborne position, at least 4 base stations are needed. Depending on the morphological, geological, and radio-congestion structure of the area, the telemetry may be precise to a less than a metre.
    • Electronic / radio reconnaissance units can also fingerprint all mobile a.k.a. cell phones in a given area by determining their rise time signatures without any assistance from the local government or the local network. Depending on the number of active users in the area, mobile a.k.a. cell phones whose rise time signatures have been determined can be tracked from an electronic / radio reconnaissance aircraft or a low Earth orbit (LEO) electronic / radio reconnaissance satellite.
  • Active:
    • The network can be a pirate signal transmitted on the beacon channel by an electronic / radio reconnaissance unit. If it overpowers all other signals, all mobile a.k.a. cell phones in the area will connect to it. After a mobile a.k.a. cell phone connects to it, the pirate base station will find out which mobile a.k.a. cell phones are in the area. When the subject is tracked this way, the unit can also find out the International Mobile Subscriber Identifier (IMSI) of all SIMs in all mobile a.k.a. cell phones in the area.

  • If the local network is participating in the tracking, they can simply divert the voice stream to a recorder.
  • If the surveillance is performed by an electronic reconnaissance unit, they can, after locating the subject, decrypt all communication between the subjects' mobile a.k.a. cell phone and a legitimate operator by calculating the encryption key of the A5/1 and/or A5/3 stream ciphers and monitor the contents of the subjects' mobile a.k.a. cell phones' Liquid Cristal Display (LCD) screen and their strokes on the mobile a.k.a. cell phones' keypad at a distance of up to a few dozen metres of free space or less if there are obstructing materials in-between (e.g. walls).

Our Products

Notice that we're selling AnonySIMs? These help in two scenarios:
  • You have an anonymous / unregistered mobile a.k.a. phone or the local operator is not recording mobile a.k.a. cell phone IMEIs.
  • You don't have an anonymous / unregistered cell phone, but we will soon get SIMs from an operator which keeps records for only 5 days. If your adversary does not obtain records within that time period, they might not be able to find out at all where the mobile a.k.a. cell phone was located (which operator in which country).

We think it is not necessary to explain what happens if you have an anonymous cell phone and are using a registered phone number, preferably from the local country to make the tracking less expensive and-time-consuming for your adversary.

We will also be providing additional products to solve all possible situations - even the one in which the customer is facing an electronic / radio reconnaissance unit (e.g. of the National Security Agency (NSA), the Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ), Direction Centrale du Renseignement Intérieur (DCRI), Federalnaya Sluzhba Okhrany (FSO), or similar).

a sprocket found in the backseat

a sprocket found in the backseat

twine tastes so good cats ask for it by name

twine tastes so good cats ask for it by name