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  1. Soka, does the above code mean that you did not upload any data into the Pineapple? I think I like this method more if so.
  2. The key for me finding my issues, was looking at the IP table and checking the IPs that the clients get. In trying to document the issue, you might find the solution.
  3. I had this same issue and with testing I found that the "remembered" probe requests was fairly small on my Windows 7 laptop. It only had one fake AP (karma) that I used at my friends house (other than the real APs around). I think the reason you have this issue is that your target machine likely is not roaming alot and so does not have a list of remembered APs to ask for. Am sure someone can explain it better but thought I would share.
  4. OK. Sorry. Once I setup the ICS it worked great. I was confused in thinking that the device had a default design to pass the WAN/LAN through to the targets. Feel like a dork but appreciate the assistance. Possibly this might be made clear in documentation, if more than just I have this issue?
  5. So, you are saying that for any target to get internet, it must flow through a ICS enabled laptop or run off of a usb cell dongle? Why then does the pineapple have a lan/wan port? I thought it could be self contained for remote deployment. (maybe that is using a cell dongle, like Darren does?)
  6. ok. I do not know much about Linux but do networking for work. Been learning BT for a few weeks, having fun with Reaver. I have never SSH'd to my ignorant shame. Just so you know what you are dealing with; When I got my M4, I powered it up. Plugged in internet (192.) to the WAN port of the Pineapple, went to, logged in, activated karma and allowed a (Win7 and then Ipad2) to connect to a phantom ssid. Once I saw that the device(s) received a 172 IP, I tried from the target machines to surf. No joy. Read the forums and tried Darren's simple instructions (/etc/init.d/firew
  7. What is the buckyball looking thing with the yellow bands?
  8. What I like about the Hak5 crew; it's not a Pay to Play mentality. Although, I do need some antennas now.....
  9. omg; OtA updates, emailed reports, reaver, programmable buttons! What a project. My Wife says my nerd is showing. Having said that, I will be waiting for a few to upgrade before I flash.
  10. Having seen the other pen test tools out there and being a Mark2 owner, I am shocked at the price you are asking for the Mark4! I got mine as a gift but your price point is way more than fair to the consumers. More than the $, the force of will behind the project makes it exciting and fun to be a part of. I hope the dev team can continue to have fun and enjoy the project for a long time. (Thought you guys would like to see this; http://www.wired.com/wiredenterprise/2012/03/pwnie/?intcid=story_ribbon )
  11. Love the doc work. A wiki might make it easier to update as the project matures, but either way, great idea.
  12. amazing stealth mod. hiding in plain sight is always the most effective.
  13. My ip table is; default,,, ug, 0, 0, 0, eth1, *,, u, 0, 0, 0, br-lan, *,, u, 0, 0, 0, eth1 Have not SSH'd in as I was afraid of changing anything until I made sure it worked. Like to start with known variables. tried running "cat /etc/config/dhcp" but received nothing but an echo. Will wait for the FW. Thanks D
  14. Triple checked, quadrupled tested. Used the power plug and advanced menu to reboot, tried the hotfix with clients and karma running and without. I can see the public IP, I can see my DNS settings (opendns) passing through the Mark4. On about hour 4 looking for the mistake I am making. Didnt make any changes from out of the box except for running the hotfix and the cron in question. Any other ideas would be helpful.
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