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Sebkinne

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  1. Monitoring Unassociated Clients

    What firmware version are you running?
  2. Bash Bunny Manager

    Thanks, that's appreciated! I'll post more information once I get some time for the Bunny again. I have seen it, but what we have planned will translate to other products as well in the future. Saying that, one does not negate the other.
  3. Bash Bunny Manager

    It's one of the things on my to-do list too. A nice webinterface to manage and configure payloads.
  4. What is the packet squirrel?

    I do many things, but I don't lie :)
  5. Loot folder won't delete

    Anyone is welcome to make changes to the wiki by sending a PR to https://github.com/hak5/bashbunny-wiki.
  6. Next update of Tetra software

    Hi, Work has already begun on the next firmware update for the WiFi Pineapple TETRA and Nano. I don't have an ETA yet, but I'll let people know when we are closer to releasing it.
  7. You can use "/payloads/arming/payload.txt" to extend the arming mode functionality.
  8. How to set up once every 1 hour

    You'll probably need to enable / start cron for that to work. Please follow the instructions at https://wiki.openwrt.org/doc/howto/cron
  9. Fluxion on tetra?

    Not fluxion, but the same functionality is absolutely possible.
  10. Bash Bunny v3.1 Possible LED Bug

    Hi Avalon, Please make sure to post in the correct section of the forum in the future. I have moved your post. In regards to your questions, the LED pattern is completely normal, and mass storage is available in the default switch1 and switch2 payloads because they have ATTACKMODE STORAGE specified. This wasn't always the case, but has been since v1.3.
  11. Pineapple TETRA Setup problem

    We have become aware of a manufacturing anomaly which has caused a small number of WiFi Pineapple TETRA buttons to "stick". Unfortunately this prevents the completion of the initial setup security process. Thankfully this can be remedied by the user with this simple procedure: Follow the instructions at wifipineapple.com/tetra to flash the latest firmware. When prompted to press the reset button, FIRMLY press and hold the dimple end of the reset button with a pen or similar instrument for 1-2 seconds. Click the Continue link on the setup page. Repeat steps 2-3 as necessary until setup continues. See the following video guide for an illustration: https://youtu.be/xe8E_xnM7SU For the vast majority of users, this fix solves the button issue. If this does not for you, please let us know and we will begin the warranty process in order to exchange your WiFi Pineapple TETRA. Please also note that after the button starts working, it will continue to do so and require much less pressure.
  12. Please help me.

    Hi Yakamashii, Running the WiFi Pineapple firmware or webinterface on non Hak5 devices breaks our EULA and license. For this reason I have locked the thread.
  13. Bash Bunny SHA256 Checksums are not matching

    They check out for me -- looks like yours are being corrupted somehow?
  14. Proven method(s) for saving loot?

    I'll publish a definitive guide once I get some time. Should be able to make it a bit easier in the next firmware upgrade too.
  15. 12v Power input

    There is some variance, but I have seen instabilities. For stable operation, you probably want to clean it up to a consistent 12V.
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