3mrgnc3

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  1. Let Me Google That For You. http://bfy.tw/Anyb
  2. I googled it for you... Monitor Wi-Fi Client Probes In 10 Lines Of Python http://www.securitytube.net/video/7265 Or Just use airodump-ng with -w flag. Then you will have multiple file formats produced you can process/parse/filter/script against. Or wireshark capture on monitor interface. You can construct a capture or display filter to only show probes. google should have all the examples you need.
  3. No problem mate, We all have off days ;D Thanks for your reply too.
  4. I love the last educational scenario. A level up from that. You could demonstrate the importance of properly implemented wireless security. This could be given as a small business guest network in the classroom. Setup similar to before, but using WPA2 with a weak passphrase (ie. its in the rockyou wordlist) or even WPS enabled with a weak implementation. Then 1. An attacker deauths clients and captures 4-way handshake packets. 2. He Joins the network and demonstrates ability to do attacks such as ARP Spoofing. 3. Sets up an evilAP with the pineapple using network name and MACaddress of WPA2 Access Point with same passphrase on a different channel. 4. constantlty Deauthenticate broadcast MAC address on origional channel. 5. Demonstrate students connecting to EvilAP Homework. What are the fundemental differences to the 1st scenario? Are there flaws in the level of trust we assign based on whether a wifi network is open or WEP/WPA/WPA2? What can we do about the problem? Regards, Ps. Wish I'd had that class back in the day... :D
  5. Hey @patient0 Sorry if I came across rude. I wasn't trying to make you flame. (Hadn't had my morning coffee ;D) You make some perfeclty valid points imho, and I felt similar frustration when I first got my TETRA. As it stands though I recommend buying an alternative battery pack/mains supply that will output 12v using the barrel connector. Then reinstall firmware from scratch and always make sure to power the device off via the web interface first before unplugging the battery. I'm using a Anker Astro3 10000mAh Multi-voltage 5V / 9V / 12V Battery Pack that allows me to charge and draw power at the same time. There are much better newer ones now available though. You sound really 'ticked off' though. In your case, if you are unhappy with your WifiPineapple see if you can return it and get a refund. I've been using the pineapple since the MkIV days, and have seen the concept grow out of the 'homebrew' community on here. I guess ive got used to the 'work-in-progress' nature of this kind of project. Where, Hak5 offer 'prototype' style development platforms. Then the community gets involved trying to make it better while learning along the way. I'm sorry you feel the way you do. Genuine best regards, 3mrgnc3
  6. Many of the threads new people start in this forum (not all though) are related to three main issues I believe. These are 'Operator Error' type problems in part. Not something Seb can just 'fix' with a patch in most cases. 1. The TETRA is VERY power hungry. Especially when running certain modules. 2. The two battery packs shipped with the TETRA are really pretty poor and even when used as directed don't perform reliably (ie. together on 4xUSB to uart & eth ports using BOTH y-cables). 3. Power cycling without properly shutting down the device via the web interface can easily cause corruption to some of the main module/conf files. Obviously if the TETRA is underpowered and you keep getting reboots this is gonna break the filesystem eventually. I'm not sure what else you expect Hak5 to post in reply? If you search for and read the threads on here related to the problems described above, this has all been discussed many times over. Regards,
  7. Have a look at https://wigle.net/
  8. Great Module. Followed the videos using all the infusions/module together and it works great against Win10. Are you planning to make any videos showcasing building payloads for android/OSX? also, people should make sure they power the NANO/TETRA adequately while doing any setup work involving copying/moving/extracting etc of files. I was getting image linking errors after cloning sites until I swapped my TETRA over to mains power. So could be something to consider for some cases.
  9. Yeah, it'll fit Ubertooth too. Was tricky to print on the makerbot x2. came out useable but it needed alot of support material to hold its shape. Then after sanding I still need to finnish it off a bit. Plus, the depth of the embosing on the GSG logo side was a bit shallow. I'm gonna try again with a deeper font embos on each side I think.
  10. Yup :D
  11. Here's a YARDStick1 case design I made. Will post up the 3D files later so people can re-use/modify themselves.
  12. I'll have a go at that later. ;D
  13. Hi, I love the bootstap interface on the pineapple but the very bright default colours give me terrible eyestrain. So I made this and thought I would share. WIFIPineapple-TETRA-NANO-Themes https://github.com/3mrgnc3/WIFIPineapple-TETRA-NANO-Themes?files=1 Hope others enjoy it too. EDIT: I'll post some screenshots tomorrow so people can see it properly before trying it out. I don't have my TETRA powered up right now and its sleepy time here in the UK right now. If anyone else has any themes/skins and wants to, they can send me a link and I'll add them to the repo. I intend to have a go at making a theme changer module sometime in the near future. When I get time that is. UPDATE... Here are the screenshots I promised. 3mrgnc3
  14. Was having similar power issues. DHL just delivered the extra PSU. USA plug type :D but I can live with that. I'm in the UK but couldn't wait for the EU shop to have the TETRA in stock. So I can't complain :P Plus, it came with a super awsome wifipinapple logo sticker. Thanks Darren +1
  15. Just had to recover my "Lan Turetle" hadn't used it in a while and forgot/accidentally deleted the root password from my password manager DOH! This made me smile though, so had to share ..