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  1. Sebkinne

    Pineapple default root password?

    Hi Lazy 8, Running the WiFi Pineapple software on non-hak5 hardware goes against the EULA and Software License. Unfortunately we are unable to help you.
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    Problem with long strings

    Pretty much that, yeah.
  3. ♥ - The Hak5 Development Team Changelog 2.2.0 General Fixed an issue where the device LED did not stay illuminated after boot had finished. PineAP PineAP can now imitate enterprise access points, and capture enterprise client credentials. Credentials are displayed in the UI, under the new "PineAP Enterprise" panel. The credential hashes may be exported in either h$ When association passthrough is enabled, clients may associate to the enterprise access point (depending on vendor implementati$ Recon Added the ability to clone an enterprise access point for use with PineAP Enterprise. The clone option can be used via the new encryption dialog, which is accessed via the button in Recon scan results for access p$ Configuration Fixed an issue where factory reset would not work on the TETRA. Clients Enterprise clients are now displayed in the clients list. Fixed an issue where client SSID would always be unavailable. Networking Fixed an issue where the wrong interface may be incorrectly selected under client mode. Download: Over the air, or manually from https://wifipineapple.com/downloads
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    [Official] CursedScreech

    I think that's my bad. I just realized that when we switched all modules from .tar.gz format to the git repository, empty directories would disappear. They'll need to be created programatically instead.
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    Bourne

    We were all there actually. You'll see us for a split second. We got to set up our entire defcon booth for the movie.
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    Problem with long strings

    We'll be adding "typing speed" and even cadence to the firmware soon 🙂
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    Profiling's removal

    We'll be adding filters to recon instead, which when run during a live Scan will behave the same way.
  8. ♥ - The Hak5 Development Team Changelog 2.2.0 General Fixed an issue where the device LED did not stay illuminated after boot had finished. PineAP PineAP can now imitate enterprise access points, and capture enterprise client credentials. Credentials are displayed in the UI, under the new "PineAP Enterprise" panel. The credential hashes may be exported in either h$ When association passthrough is enabled, clients may associate to the enterprise access point (depending on vendor implementati$ Recon Added the ability to clone an enterprise access point for use with PineAP Enterprise. The clone option can be used via the new encryption dialog, which is accessed via the button in Recon scan results for access p$ Configuration Fixed an issue where factory reset would not work on the TETRA. Clients Enterprise clients are now displayed in the clients list. Fixed an issue where client SSID would always be unavailable. Networking Fixed an issue where the wrong interface may be incorrectly selected under client mode. Download: Over the air, or manually from https://wifipineapple.com/downloads
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    Problem with long strings

    This should work, yeah 🙂
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    PINEAP Not Capturing SSIDS

    That's not meant to happen. Only wlan0, wlan0-1, and wlan0-2 should be restarted. I had tested this numerous times, but will make sure I re-test.
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    [RELEASE] WiFi Pineapple Firmware v2.2.0

    Can you try downgrading to 2.1.2? Technically we haven't changed anything in the deauth code in this release, but I want to make sure. Any idea what firmware this definitely worked on?
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    [RELEASE] WiFi Pineapple Firmware v2.2.0

    If your 5Ghz AP is in AC mode, then it HAS to have 802.11w (Management Frame Protection) enabled. MFP means that Management Frames are encrypted, and therefore fake deauths cannot succeed. If however this worked on a previous firmware, please let me know and we'll investigate further.
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    [RELEASE] WiFi Pineapple Firmware v2.2.0

    Noted, thanks! We'll get it fixed in the next release.
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    [RELEASE] WiFi Pineapple Firmware v2.2.0

    This is correct, though we are working on a version that allows you to keep crucial configuration and remote access.
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    seg fault when running pineapd

    wiphiplayer - As far as I am aware, we are fully GPL compliant. You can find sources here: https://github.com/hak5/openwrt https://github.com/hak5/wifipineapple-openwrt https://github.com/WiFiPineapple/openwrt-packages-community We are not required to publish the source code of PineAP or other proprietary programs. Your use of PineAP however violates our EULA and Software License, and as such I am closing this thread. For any further enquiries, please contact developer[ AT ]hak5 [ DOT ]org.
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    Wifi Pineapple issues

    Hi there, What are your filters currently set to?
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    seg fault when running pineapd

    Hi wiphiplayer, Running PineAP on non-hak5 hardware goes against the EULA and Software License. Unfortunately we are unable to help you.
  18. Hak5 is proud to announce the release of firmware version 2.1.X 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 Edit: A fix for a small bug inside of Recon has been fixed by pushing an update to the PineAP module. You can download the update via the Module Manager. Changelog 2.1.2 PineAP Fixed an issue causing the Pineapple to respond to the wrong probes. Recon More details about encryption types and ciphers is now displayed. WiFi Direct networks are now correctly identified, instead of showing a channel of 0. It is now possible to add all SSIDs of a running (but paused) scan to pool. Fixed an issue causing the wrong encryption type being shown. Fixed an issue where iPhone hotspots would show an invalidly connected client. Fixed an issue where loading recon results would only ever retrieve the latest one. Fixed an issue where the live scan checkbox would become unavailable. Fixed an issue where the scan duration field would turn blank. Fixed an issue where logged probes would be shown on one line instead of being separated by a newline. Fixed an issue where after stopping a live scan, it could not be started again without refreshing the interface. Fixed an issue which caused downloaded recon results to be empty files. Clients Fixed an issue preventing OUI lookups being done on MAC addresses. Fixed an issue where the wrong SSID would be shown. Networking Fixed an issue where MAC addresses would not correctly randomize or be reset, causing the wireless interfaces to disappear. Module Manager Modules installed onto the SD card (NANO only) are now restored after a firmware upgrade. Configuration Fixed an issue where the timezone setting would not persist across reboots. Filters Fixed an issue where MAC filters did not prevent an SSID, Probe, or Beacon Response from being logged, or executed. Logging Added SSID and MAC modals to PineAP results, allowing for OUI lookups and note taking. Added the probe count to the downloaded PineAP.log. Fixed an issue where removing duplicates from the PineAP log removed the wrong entries. Fixed an issue where the reporting log would show invalid content. Notes There are now only two types of Notes: SSID and MAC. General Fixed an issue where SSID modals would show an option to add all clients to filters, even if no clients exist. Other misc fixes. Changelog 2.1.0 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.
  19. Hak5 is proud to announce the release of firmware version 2.1.X 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 Edit: A fix for a small bug inside of Recon has been fixed by pushing an update to the PineAP module. You can download the update via the Module Manager. Changelog 2.1.2 PineAP Fixed an issue causing the Pineapple to respond to the wrong probes. Recon More details about encryption types and ciphers is now displayed. WiFi Direct networks are now correctly identified, instead of showing a channel of 0. It is now possible to add all SSIDs of a running (but paused) scan to pool. Fixed an issue causing the wrong encryption type being shown. Fixed an issue where iPhone hotspots would show an invalidly connected client. Fixed an issue where loading recon results would only ever retrieve the latest one. Fixed an issue where the live scan checkbox would become unavailable. Fixed an issue where the scan duration field would turn blank. Fixed an issue where logged probes would be shown on one line instead of being separated by a newline. Fixed an issue where after stopping a live scan, it could not be started again without refreshing the interface. Fixed an issue which caused downloaded recon results to be empty files. Clients Fixed an issue preventing OUI lookups being done on MAC addresses. Fixed an issue where the wrong SSID would be shown. Networking Fixed an issue where MAC addresses would not correctly randomize or be reset, causing the wireless interfaces to disappear. Module Manager Modules installed onto the SD card (NANO only) are now restored after a firmware upgrade. Configuration Fixed an issue where the timezone setting would not persist across reboots. Filters Fixed an issue where MAC filters did not prevent an SSID, Probe, or Beacon Response from being logged, or executed. Logging Added SSID and MAC modals to PineAP results, allowing for OUI lookups and note taking. Added the probe count to the downloaded PineAP.log. Fixed an issue where removing duplicates from the PineAP log removed the wrong entries. Fixed an issue where the reporting log would show invalid content. Notes There are now only two types of Notes: SSID and MAC. General Fixed an issue where SSID modals would show an option to add all clients to filters, even if no clients exist. Other misc fixes. Changelog 2.1.0 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.
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    [RELEASE] WiFi Pineapple Firmware v2.1.2

    That's not how you Factory reset a TETRA, this is: jffs2reset -y && reboot & I do however see that the current firmware seems to be calling the wrong function when Factory resetting over the Webinterface. We'll get that fixed for the next version, thanks!
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    possible to run tcpreplay ?

    Hi there, You can absolutely run tcpreplay on the Squirrel. Simply give it an internet connection, SSH in, and run "opkg update && opkg install tcpreplay".
  22. Hey Everyone, As is likely apparent from the name, Buffalo Bulldozer is a rock solid release with the intent of synchronizing a stable base for both WiFi Pineapples in the 6th generation - the NANO and TETRA. We've implemented some major improvements to the Recon mode of the PineAP engine, both increasing accuracy as well as stability. Recon scans now gather both AP and Client information by default using only one radio. This change decreases wlan0 overhead, allowing for faster association responses and uninterrupted communication with connected clients. WPS detection has also been added to Recon, further adding to the at-a-glance visibility of the wireless landscape. Information gathering is also enhanced from the Recon view with each client's probe requests visible from their respective menus, meaning you'll be able to immediately identify targets without having to page over to logs. TETRA users will appreciate the enhanced 5GHz support in both Recon and PineAP for both scans and deauthentication. Under the hood the kernel has been updated, upstream wireless fixes have been applied and packages have been updated. We feel you'll find this release rock solid throughout and we're eager to hear your feedback. Please as always use the bug tracker from https://www.wifipineapple.com/bugs This major release paves the way for an upcoming "CC" version and its accompanying cloud infrastructure. We're excited to share these developments as the project progresses. Once again thank you all for your support. This is truly the best time to be a WiFi Pineappler and we're grateful for this community!-- Seb & Darren Changes can be found at https://www.wifipineapple.com/downloads#tetra.
  23. Sebkinne

    Unable to connect a device

    What are your filters set to? The most common mistake users make is having them configured the wrong way. By default, we ship the SSID filter in Deny mode (deny all SSIDs in list), and the Client (MAC) filter in Allow mode (only allow clients in list). If your client filter is empty, and set to allow (which is the default behavior), nothing will be able to connect.
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    [RELEASE] WiFi Pineapple Firmware v2.1.2

    Hi everyone, Thanks to @Just_a_User, we were able to catch a bug with firmware 2.1.1 early on, and have decided to release 2.1.2 in it's place, containing the fix. My apologies for this.
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    [RELEASE] WiFi Pineapple Firmware v2.1.2

    What were your filters set to? Filters now also prevent logging and SSID harvesting, so if your filters are set to allow (the default), it'll only log the allowed MACs.
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