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Nano Not Working?!

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ok so I'm not new at hacking nor at computers/networks (worked for USAF as netadmin contractor) but I've spent 6 days trying all sorts of things and I get nothing out of the nano only sniffing and still I only get some of the MACs while with zenmap I get others.

all i can do is sniff. i cannot setup anything not do deauth on anything. cannot get the MACs to the PineAP or filter screens. I can however setup wp6 no problem and setup the Open WiFi and change the name of both Open and Pineapple APs.

Used several videos in youtube but they don't explain a lot and I cannot get it to do anything. What am I doing wrong?

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Are you just trying to get clients to connect?

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im trying to get clients to connect, to deauth APs and clients, to run modules, anything...nothing happens after I setup. ive tried in my lab at home and cant deauth even when my lab router is 4 feet away. tried also in the wild and still the same thing...did a reset 3 times. all i can do is setup. under kali the setup works fine and can log into it, under ubuntu/kubuntu with sudo cannot even setup after a reset.

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can you describe a step by step of what you are doing so we can help

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ok...

1. connect pineapple with USB cable

2. Run Kali

3. run ./wp6.sh

4. log into pineapple IP

5. check networking option

6. setup/save PineAP settings

7. Allow Mode Client Filtering

8. do recon

9. select device to attack (usually iphone or android target)

10. under PineAP Filter click on Add MAC

11. Under PineAP Tracking click on Add MAC

12. select Deauth Multiplier

Here's where it stops...I can select 1, 5 or 10 and nothing gets kicked off. everything stays the same. I did have ONE time luck and got a deviced deauth and go through pineapple but could not get any info with the DWall module and it froze after 3 min trying.

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If you are at home.. on your network.. that signal is probably stronger.  I've seen my Pineapple Deauth my laptop but it just connects back to the home SSID.  You might have to continually send Deauths (DoS) against your router so that your laptop is somehow forced to try the "Open" network with the same name.  It's darn near impossible in neighborhoods where people have WPA/WPA2 secure networks or at home when your router has the strongest signal.

What you can do is take your device FAR away from your main AP.

Have the Pineapple closer. When you do a series of Deauths you stand a better chance of it going for the Pineapple at that point.

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