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  1. To help speed up the transfer speed, you could use a normal flash drive instead of a twin duck. The script will look for any drive labeled "DUCKY", so simply label your normal flash drive to "DUCKY" and either don't use the twin duck firmware or don't label the mass storage drive of the twin duck something else. Then when you run the payload, just make sure your normal flash drive is plugged in first and the drivers for it are loaded. Then you are good to go!
  2. Sorry whistlemaster, but I think I'll go with profit! You never know when you are going to be in a life and death situation when those 6 bytes could mean the world!
  3. Ahh, I see what you're saying. My question is, whats the difference in the way that the web ui handles them? Because the line with the custom test param works fine on my pineapple, and it seems like it wasn't on yours. As far as I could tell, there isn't a difference because of how the refresh_small functions is coded. It really only checks for "sys" as the second param, and if it's not then it just marks it as a normal infusion. So I guess I just assumed it would handle it fine on other pineapples. function refresh_small(name, type){ var id = tile_list[name]; updateTile(id, name, (type
  4. That line is in the toggle function, which is why I asked the question.
  5. That's what I was thinking originally. What do you mean it doesn't work? Can you elaborate?
  6. Ohh! Sorry about that. I just resubmitted the infusion. I thought about including the apk in the infusion but I decided against it for a few reasons. Mainly because I didn't want to take up the precious memory space of the pineapple and I figured this way you can easily download it (and get the newest app updates) from your android device when you aren't using the pineapple or aren't connected to the internet on the pineapple. All that being said, if people would prefer me to include the apk in the infusion, then I can most certainly do that to. :)
  7. It makes it easier to manage your pineapple from an android device. Instead of having to zoom around when needed, the app displays the pineapple in nice android lists.
  8. Just to let everyone know, I just published the Android Controller! Here is a link to the new thread: https://forums.hak5.org/index.php?/topic/30184-android-controller/
  9. Introducing Android Controller v1.0.0!!! Easily control your Pineapple from an Android App. Full instructions to install the infusion/app are included in the download package (for those who need them). Downloads: http://dl.nickfrosty.me/wifi-pineapple By request, the source code for the Android application is also available for download. :) Currently, you have to manually install the infusions as it is pending acceptance to the Pineapple Bar. Once accepted, I will update this post. If you find any bugs or have any issues/recommendations, feel free to post them to this thread or message me
  10. Ahh! Well, for the most part it uses the same commands that the core infusions use to control the pineapple, but then displays any content that the android app needs or wants in the json format so the app can parse it all and display it to the user.
  11. Ok man, will do. Thanks! It uses an infusion that I made. Well as of right now, the app won't be a replacement for any ssh/scp clients. However, I do plan on adding a ssh/scp client into the app later down the road. And even thought you you can't ssh with the app, you can still execute commands very easily.
  12. But then how am I suppose to keep my NSA listening techniques from you?!? Hahah. I hadn't really considered sharing the source, but if you want then yeah sure, why not!
  13. How recently did you watch the video? What were some of the things that they were talking about in the episode?
  14. You should be able to connect to your phone's hotspot just like connecting to any regular access point. There is another post here https://forums.hak5.org/index.php?/topic/27142-mk4-usb-wifi-dongle-internet-sharing-how-to/ that explains extremely well how to accomplish what you want. Good luck!
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