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  1. Hak5 is proud to announce the release of firmware version 2.1.0 for the WiFi Pineapple NANO and TETRA! Usually we would write a longer post highlighting some of the cool new features, but I think the changelog speaks for itself this time. ♥ - The Hak5 Development Team Changelog Setup It is now possible to configure the timezone, wireless country code, firewall rules, and filters during Setup. The changelog and other important information is displayed on first setup. Recon There is now a live mode, allowing recon results to be streamed directly to the browser. No more waiting for a scan to complete before viewing the landscape. Recon results are now much more accurate due to the smarter scanning behavior of PineAP. OUI lookup has been improved and MAC addresses are verified to check if they have been randomly generated. The last seen column has been added, showing when an AP or client was last seen. PineAP The PineAP suite has been completely re-written to be more robust and provide better results. Added options to enable or disable client (dis)connection notifications. An issue has been fixed where SSIDs in the PineAP pool, which contained non-ascii characters, were corrupted. Clients Connections and disconnections are now shown as notifications. Filters Fixed an issue where SSID filter modes would not persist across reboots. Fixed an issue where connections to the Management network were denied. Tracking Fixed an issue where variables would not resolve on the WiFi Pineapple TETRA. Module Manager Users will not be asked to confirm a destination on the WiFi Pineapple TETRA. Configuration Users can now run a custom script on reset button press. Advanced Upgrades will now be able to hotfix some issues before an upgrade. Networking On the WiFi Pineapple TETRA it is now possible to allow SSH and webinterface access over the WAN port. OUI Lookups Added the ability to look up the OUI of a MAC address. Added the ability to download and clear the OUI lookup file. Logging The PineAP log is now sortable by clicking on the column headers. The PineAP log now displays the number of times a MAC has probed for an SSID. Reporting The reporting module has been refactored. Notes It is now possible to take notes on BSSIDs, SSIDs, and MAC address (via the recon modal). Profiling This module has been removed for the time being. Help Updated help text where appropriate. More comprehensive debug script output. General LEDS can now be controlled using the led command. CLI capable modules can now be controlled using the module command. AutoSSH now defaults to disabled when not setup. libnet0 and libnet1 are now built into the firmare (fixes issues with ettercap, reaver, etc). Aircrack-ng has been updated to the latest version. Various other fixes.
  2. Hak5 is proud to announce the release of firmware version 2.1.0 for the WiFi Pineapple NANO and TETRA! Usually we would write a longer post highlighting some of the cool new features, but I think the changelog speaks for itself this time. ♥ - The Hak5 Development Team Changelog Setup It is now possible to configure the timezone, wireless country code, firewall rules, and filters during Setup. The changelog and other important information is displayed on first setup. Recon There is now a live mode, allowing recon results to be streamed directly to the browser. No more waiting for a scan to complete before viewing the landscape. Recon results are now much more accurate due to the smarter scanning behavior of PineAP. OUI lookup has been improved and MAC addresses are verified to check if they have been randomly generated. The last seen column has been added, showing when an AP or client was last seen. PineAP The PineAP suite has been completely re-written to be more robust and provide better results. Added options to enable or disable client (dis)connection notifications. An issue has been fixed where SSIDs in the PineAP pool, which contained non-ascii characters, were corrupted. Clients Connections and disconnections are now shown as notifications. Filters Fixed an issue where SSID filter modes would not persist across reboots. Fixed an issue where connections to the Management network were denied. Tracking Fixed an issue where variables would not resolve on the WiFi Pineapple TETRA. Module Manager Users will not be asked to confirm a destination on the WiFi Pineapple TETRA. Configuration Users can now run a custom script on reset button press. Advanced Upgrades will now be able to hotfix some issues before an upgrade. Networking On the WiFi Pineapple TETRA it is now possible to allow SSH and webinterface access over the WAN port. OUI Lookups Added the ability to look up the OUI of a MAC address. Added the ability to download and clear the OUI lookup file. Logging The PineAP log is now sortable by clicking on the column headers. The PineAP log now displays the number of times a MAC has probed for an SSID. Reporting The reporting module has been refactored. Notes It is now possible to take notes on BSSIDs, SSIDs, and MAC address (via the recon modal). Profiling This module has been removed for the time being. Help Updated help text where appropriate. More comprehensive debug script output. General LEDS can now be controlled using the led command. CLI capable modules can now be controlled using the module command. AutoSSH now defaults to disabled when not setup. libnet0 and libnet1 are now built into the firmare (fixes issues with ettercap, reaver, etc). Aircrack-ng has been updated to the latest version. Various other fixes.
  3. Sebkinne

    Button Script

    Create a file in /tmp on the first press. If it exists, stop whatever you want, and remove the file. That should work :)
  4. Sebkinne

    Wifi Recon Log Stroage

    They are stored in /tmp, but as of version 2.1.0 (about to be released) the location can be changed.
  5. We won't be fixing third party programs such as airodump. I would suggest opening an issue on their bugtracker instead.
  6. Hey everyone, We just released firmware 2.1.0-RC2 with a lot of fixes and a couple of new features. Please test as much as you can, we really want the 2.1.0 release to be as stable as possible. Download links and changelog can be found in the original post.
  7. Hey everyone, We just released firmware 2.1.0-RC2 with a lot of fixes and a couple of new features. Please test as much as you can, we really want the 2.1.0 release to be as stable as possible. Download links and changelog can be found in the original post.
  8. Sebkinne

    [Official] wps

    Guess we need to update the pineapple aircrack, huh? 🙂
  9. Nope, they should persist. Good catch!
  10. We might offer it on the SD card in the future, but right now the issues outweigh the benefits.
  11. It would, but the NANO doesn't have enough space for that.
  12. Thanks for that - we have trouble replicating it, but will ensure a proper error is shown if recon scans fail. Added to RC2 in the PineAP module. This is an issue with the individual modules. Developers would need to check the device type and then not prompt for an install location. We understand the reasoning here, but decided against a way to run the script from the web interface. We don't want to allow random code execution through the UI. This was introduced to be able to live-patch the pineapple before applying an upgrade. As such, this is not something that is visible to the end user, but happens as part of the normal firmware upgrade (where necessary). We used to have a system for this but it was not used by module developers. We might make this possible again in the future. We'll take a look at adding this for a future version, but are not looking to add additional features for this release.
  13. This is why the file doesn't work anymore. We do however not recommend you manually update the database - the cli tool @Tesla mentioned will handle that for you. You should also not directly modify the /tmp/pineap.conf file, but rather it's UCI configuration file in /etc/config/pineapd - though you really shouldn't edit this either, as the webinterface knows how to handle that.
  14. We use the IEEE OUI file, which is authoritative (all OUIs need to be registered with the IEEE). What's the OUI you were trying to look up?
  15. At the moment pretty much zero unfortunately. It's something I'd have to do in my free time, and I have a lot of other projects I work on..
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