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    kismet?

    Excellent question! root@Owl:~# kismet_server kismet_server is now named just kismet, you may wish to update any scripts still using kismet_server to launch. /usr/bin/kismet_server: exec: line 8: kismet: not found
  2. Hey Guys, With new versions of WiFi Pineapple coming out what have you been doing with your old Pineapples? I've got mark II and soon to be old mark IV and its seem a bit of a shame to let them gather dust. What are you guys doing with them?
  3. Does anyone else get on 2.8.1 wash: can't load library 'libpcap.so.1.3' and reaver: can't load library 'libpcap.so.1.3' problems? If I upgrade libpcap , I cant turn the DNSSpoof on. dnsspoof: can't load library 'libpcap.so.1.1' Nevermind, found this incase anyone needs this. https://forums.hak5.org/index.php?/topic/29299-cant-load-library-libpcapso11/
  4. Thank for all the replies :) It was just a spontaneous idea, Ill have a look into wr703n
  5. Hey Guys, I do a bit of walking for fitness and as a concept would I be able to use Wifi Pineapple as Google style BSSID and other metadata surveyor? So say I put the pineapple in my bag and just walk my usual route and see how many wifi, bssid, signal strength ect... I can pick up ? I've tried Site Survey addon but it seem there is no way to make a file with all the data and I'd have to constantly look at my phone as I walk. Thanks :)
  6. Nah, you right mate. I am definitely not seeing the IP after DHCP request. I can use the same wifi stick on Win8 to connect to the WIFI. Here is the security WIFI uses.
  7. Well, I can enable both of wlan0 and wlan1, however I just cannot get internet on the Pineapple through the wifi. My ICS settings are share wlan1 ( external) to wlan0 ( internal). I dont think its connecting to the WIFI. I've selected all of the right settings and found my SSID, but I can't see the Pineapple on the LAN doing nmap of my lan.
  8. Hey Guys, This is very silly, but I can not get the Network Manager 1.9 Infusion to work, which seem very straightforward. So what I want is not to bother with CAT5 and to say connect to my home WIFI with wifi1 and turn the Karma on wifi0. I've got Mark IV with 2.8.1 - cache cleared and factory reset. Pineapple automaticly wants to use my external wifi1 as AP with "pineapple 05:02". I've adjusted the wlan1 to my WIFI settings. I hit [DHCP Request] . Its trying to get IP but how do I tell if it worked or not? Nothing on the page changes. My ICS settings set too. When I try to add t
  9. Thanks Tyler, I have ran chmod +x ~/wireless_connect.sh, and when I try with sudo I get " sudo : not found". Even doing it your way of manual setup, I get stuck at the same point of udhcp -i wlan1: udhcpc (v1.19.4) started Sending discover... Sending discover... Sending discover... After a long wait I get : route
  10. Hmm sorry guys, Kind of struggling as well. And Putty just sits there like that until I ctrl+c it. :( Pineapple firmware is 2.8.0
  11. Hey Guys, Haha i swear I’ve got the worst luck with wifi pineapples ever. After receiving my new pineapple replacement , the first thing I did was to update it to 2.5.0 I think it was. I did it from http://172.16.42.1/pineapple page but after update the http://172.16.42.1/pineapple automatically redirects me to http://172.16.42.1/redirect.php and the page gets stuck in constant loop of refreshing. I can still ssh into pineapple and after multiple reboots I still not sure how to fix it. Did it somehow get bricked :'( Thanks ************** Never mind fixed it :)
  12. Thank you, I will double check when I get home but I am almost 100% sure that the SSID last night was "Hornet". It is from hakshop, I just received it about 4 days ago. I will shoot them an email than to see what they think I should do next. Thanks again
  13. No sorry, 172.16.42.1/pineapple is unreachable and times out. That is the problem, I can't see it, nor can I ping 172.16.42.1. I can see the "Hornet" SSID but even when I connect wirelessly, I get wrong IP (eg 192.168.2.234) and still cant get to 172.16.42.1/pineapple, to even try to update the pineapple. It is as if the DHCP is broken and keeps giving out weird IP, but when I try to manually set one to something within pineapple's range I still cant see the 172.16.42.1/pineapple.
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