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    Two different things... Jack is for networks, bunny attacks the actual PC. HID, network, file extraction etc
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    You clone it to /sd/modules, AND create a sym-link (shortcut) to "/pineapple/modules/sslsplitdirectory". This will make the module appear in the web interface. This sym-link process is mentioned in the instructions and the tutorial. Don't use the exact directory name i wrote above. 🙂
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    The Shark Jack features a firmware recovery option which allows the user to restore the devices firmware image. This procedure is performed via a special web interface. Download the latest firmware image for your Shark Jack from the Hak5 Download Center. It is extremely important that you follow the directions precisely as it pertains to powering the device and image selection from the web recovery interface. The video is provided as a reference however does not replace carefully reading the instructions listed below. Follow these steps to access the recovery web interface and update the firmware. With the switch in the OFF position, plug in a suitable USB power source and fully charge the Shark Jack. The LED will blink blue while charging, and solid blue when fully charged. If no LED activity is present, leave the Shark Jack connected to the power source for 10 minutes. Unplug the Shark Jack completely from the USB power source Prepare to press the Shark Jack reset button located on the bottom of the device next to the regulatory label. Using a paperclip, SIM card removal tool or similar instrument practice pressing the button. With the Shark Jack unplugged and with its switch in the off position, carefully insert the instrument and directly downward until you feel resistance. Gently press the button. You should feel a click. With the instrument at the ready, flip the switch into the arming (middle) position and immediately after press and hold the reset button for 7 seconds. Connect a USB power source to the Shark Jack Connect the Shark Jack to your host PC Ethernet interface. After a moment the Shark Jack LED will indicate solid green with intermittent activity flashes. Set a static IP address for the host PC Ethernet interface connected to the Shark Jack as follows: IP Address: Netmask: From the host PC, browse to A Shark Jack Recovery interface with a red banner will appear. Click to the Recovery tab, then click Browse Firmware, select the Shark Jack firmware downloaded from the Hak5 Download Center, then click Start Upload File. If your Shark Jack web interface shows a blue banner reading Web Failsafe Recovery, click the OS tab, then click browse, select the Shark Jack firmware downloaded previously, then click Start Upload File. If your Shark Jack features the blue bannered Web Failsafe Recovery interface, it is extremely important that you select the OS tab and not the Firmware tab or any other tab as doing so will render the device inoperable. This process will take several minutes. Do not interrupt the power supply while the firmware is updating. Once complete, the Shark Jack will restart as indicated by a green blinking LED. At this point, disable the static IP address on the host PC Ethernet interface connected to the Shark Jack and reset it to receive an IP address automatically via DHCP.
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    I just posted a video guide showing how to install this on your Pineapple to YouTube. https://youtu.be/ZZ64E1GhL0c Sorry for the delay, but i don't usually make videos like this. The audio on the video is not that great. But if enough people are interested, i'll purchase a mic. Perhaps i can create more related videos for some of my other projects I've compiled for the Pineapple. 🙂
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    There's is three in Europe. https://shop.hak5.org/pages/authorized-resellers None in Brasil at the moment.
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    You aren't kidding, you've posted this question everywhere! Where does that header come from? What is it used for? If it is from an open source app, then just read the source for how it is created. As it is encrypted though, unless you are supposed to be able to decrypt it and so have the key, you won't be able to without guessing the key in some way.
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    Make sure to download latest from HAK5 repository, as it has a change to make it work w/firmware 1.1.0.
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    I have used qemu and virtualbox. But i never tried to clone a phone and test drive it on a emulator. Ill have to spend the hours testing to answer my questions. Im 50% sure i could clone this hd then use file recovery software from a emulator. This has been a lot of fun honestly
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    Another load of spam locked.
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    My apologies for the trouble - that doesn't seem right at all. If you haven't already, go ahead and open a ticket at https://shop.hak5.org/contact and we'll get you sorted.
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    So here's a pretty image of the Shark Jack Combo Kit: And here's how I rock it every day: *not pictured: Plunder Bug
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    So to do a MITM you must be in the actual middle of connections. For example: Device > Pineapple > WAN connection. I would recommend some research on the topic if you are not familiar with its workings. First issue you will have is for SSID spoofing to work, you must do it on an open network. You broadcast the same SSID from the pineapple as the target AP then deauth clients in hopes for them to reconnect to your spoofed AP on the pineapple. There are other factors at play here like signal strength from the target device in relation to the actual AP and the pineapple. It is best practice for the pineapple to be on a different internet connection than the one being targeted. Like a mobile device hotspot or another wifi AP. Now there are ways to do this on secured networks but in practice that is not how the PineAP is setup to work. It also requires additional setup, etc. A good test setup would be to create a open network with the pineapple and connect it to your home network via wired connection. Then connect wireless client to the open network on the pineapple. This will let you learn about how the pineapple interacts with devices.
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    @BlackOp I got the ruler out for you...
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    Ok I found the answer to my own question, so I will share this if someone is running into the same problems. It will not connect automatically to the C2 instance. The command "C2CONNECT" is needed within the payload.txt file. My /root/payload/payload.txt: $HOST> cat payload.txt # WiFi Client Setup WIFI_SSID="OpenWLAN" WIFI_PASS="123456789" LED R SUCCESS WIFI_CONNECT C2CONNECT LED R SINGLE
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    The pineapple is a device that can be used many ways. I think this is a pretty far fetched comment. @Darren Kitchen @Sebkinne @Foxtrot along with others have always worked through issues with devices in the past and I expect they will do the same now. The pineapple at its core is working. Built in modules are working in firmware 2.6.1. The issue most users are experiencing is with "community" modules. These modules are developed by community users and must be updated by them to continue working as the Hak5 team releases firmware updates. I don't think it is fair to say there products don't work when the community modules are not independently advertised as features of the product. They should be viewed more as bonus features. Most advertising of the products are of the built in core features like Recon and PineAP on the wifi pineapple.
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    Ive tried again and again to make the wifi pineapple work. It can BARELY get on the internet with it, whenever i do get it on the internet the modules barely work. no SD card works with it. Im unable to do ANYTHING with it. its a complete waste. It has good promise but as far as being a actual tool i could use in any field related activity is impossible. I would have to mess with it for 2-3 hours plus for it to be operable for 35 min (none of the modules work they always say some sort of error), then offline it goes again. Its not my connection this happens where ever i tried it. Either this is a defective product of you need super high level skill in order for this device to work, (im no slouch in cyber security but this device makes me think re think everything.) I 1000% agree with Hacker77, my teacher purchased one and he could not get it to work at all and he HAS A MASTER DEGREE IN CYBER SECURITY. This item needs improvement or need to be recalled.
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    Is that why you're spamming around the forums? grave bumping dead threads to receive recognition on Leaderboard? 😒 👎
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    As an early adopter of the Signal Owl I like many of you have been a little frustrated with the thin documentation and lack of progress, but after days of testing I have got the owl to reliably connect on its own. Here are a few things that are really important and can help you out if you are stuck. 1. Case is important! the payload must be named in lower case letters to work so your file should be /root/payload/payload.txt NOT /root/payload/PAYLOAD.txt or /root/payload/PAYLOAD.TXT the same applies to your extensions, if they are called as all caps in the payload.txt file like for example "WIFI_CONNECt" , then the filename must be in all caps in the extension directory like this /root/payload/extensions/WIFI_CONNECT.sh 2. Make sure the shebang (#!) starts both the payload script and the extensions. The scripts in the hak5 GitHub are missing the #! at the start, or at least one of them is. Every script or extension should start with this. #!/bin/bash or it will not work at all!!! 3. If you are having trouble getting connected, remove some of the complexity from the equation like this...Lets connect up without the WPA encryption for testing purposes and make it just a little easier. Once the base connection is up and working you can add WPA later. Here is what I did... 1. Setup an open guest network or if your router doesn't support guest networks, turn off the encryption on your router for now. Remember to turn it back on when you are done though! 2. Before booting the owl, plug in the usb Wifi adapter that came with the kit if you bought the kit. When you boot with the USB Wifi adapter installed it bumps the internal Wifi interface to wlan1 and the USB adapter takes over the wlan0 interface designation. Note that the USB Wifi adapter that is now wlan0 starts DOWN. 3. Boot the device and hit the button during selection mode to start ssh and the built in AP on wlan1 4. ssh into the Owl as outlined in the hat5 documentation. 5. Once you have root each of these commands will work if entered into the command line one by one, test them this way and then put them into your script. ifconfig wlan0 up ifconfig wlan0 essid "YOUR GUEST OR OPEN NETWORK NAME" udhcpc -I wlan0 Now you should be both associated with your open access point and have an IP address assigned. To check if it is so, type ifconfig wlan0 and ifconfig wlan0 6. close the connection through plan1 by typing exit and now grab that IP address your router assigned wlan0 and type sudo ssh <ASSIGNED IP address> enter system password when prompted then enter shell password when prompted "hak5owl" and you are in on wlan0. Now you know both adapters are working and you are ready for the script o do it automatically. wlan0 is the interface you will be sting into when the Owl boots up from the script 7. Ok, its time to load the script. here is my exact script which works every time #!/bin/bash ifconfig wlan0 up iwconfig wlan0 essid "Starfleet Guest" udhcpc -i wlan0 sleep 3 /etc/init.d/sshd start LED CLEANUP My guest Wifi network is called "Starfleet Guest" so be sure to insert the name of your own network here. Thats it, it works reliably 100% of the time. Now you have a foundation from which to add other features and abilities such as adding into your script WPA login information or Nmap scanning or whatever... now that your connected the possibilities are excitingly endless!!! Hope this helps tecno
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    Second that. This is also a good way to remove corrupt partitions that windows is not deleting sometimes with disk management: https://www.sdcard.org/downloads/formatter_4/ Its from SD Association. Happens with RPi images sometimes depending on the card being used.
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    That makes the BashBunny price seem quite ridiculous because how similair they are, is a case, a three point switch and a really small SSD worth that much?
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    I'm very sorry to hear that you aren't enjoying your WiFi Pineapple, but I assure you that 'unpopular opinions' or posts critical of any product Hak5 sell are not deleted or otherwise censored on this forum. There are plenty of videos on YouTube of people using the pineapple's in 2016-2017, as I occasionally search them to see if anyone has posted new stuff. I have never had a problem configuring internet connection sharing on linux, and I have had one problem on windows when I failed to set the gateway properly (ie, not a pineapple issue, but instead a user issue). My hunch is that your connection manager (Such as NetworkManager on linux) is playing with your connection settings after configuring ICS. Establishing your internet connections and then stopping the NetworkManager service is the way to solve that. (Again, not a WiFi Pineapple issue). My devices work excellently well and I have confidence that I could walk through the Hak5 warehouse and pick any device I want and not have the issues you describe. I hope you find solutions to the problems you have and in turn start to enjoy your product.
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    Pretty sure no negative posts are deleted, there just aren't as many as you believe. There are quite a few people having success with Nano's. I have both a Nano and Tetra and both work well for me. Both get online using USB Ethernet, wifi or 3G, both get my targeted clients, both obtain the information I need discreetly without using a laptop. Both run from a battery for hours. Both can be hidden in luggage or in the Nano's case pockets. Understanding the devices and modules limitations and then working with them rather against them helps. Don't throw them away, send em to me :) All joking aside, what is it exactly that you wish to achieve with your Nano's? I get the impression your blaming the existence of HSTS on the Nano not performing, maybe I'm wrong. Give us more information and maybe someone can help you.
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