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  1. On another discussion thread somewhere in the forums (about setting up a SSH relay) I was given this link for VPS providers.http://www.lowendbox.com/
  2. This set up seems like it would take care of the DNS spoof loop as well, since the pineapple is not sharing the internet connection.
  3. I have had some success having the pineapple redirect to my BT5R3 box connected via ethernet w/ ICS. The problem I have faced is the persistent DNS loop when SET redirects the victim to the real site after the exploit or credential harvest has completed. I have tried until I was blue in the face to figure out away around this and haven't had any success. I decided an error message after the redirect is acceptable if I am only trying to redirect a specific site. Obviously if you were to try to redirect *, you are going to run into problems.
  4. I have verified that I am receiving power from the USB Hub alone. I have tried it with both the red and the black (each on their own) plugged into the battery. Do I need to clip a couple of wires on the black male to keep the power from back feeding? I'm guessing the iwres clipped from the red male are the data wires, to make it a power only connection.
  5. I have a semi-related question. I recently received my powered USB hub from the Hak Shop and understand that the red is for power and the black is for data. I was under the impression that the hub itself would not power the pineapple, but that seems not to be the case. I opened the hub and it appears two of the wires from the red have been cut, presumably to avoid the back feed issues I have read about in the forums. My questions are, should the hub be providing power to the pineapple like this, is there any risk to my MkIV, and if the answeres are yes/no respectively, should I still be running power to the pineapple in the traditional sense to ensure proper functioanlity? The equipment being used is the MkIV, the Hak Shop powered hub, and the Anker Astro 3 10000 with a USB to barrel adapter.
  6. Has anyone successfully gotten this to work in a dual/multiboot situation? I can not get a working Grub(legacy) entry to save my life.
  7. Thank you, I will make sure to post bugs in the bug section in the future.
  8. Crap, I just realized how I tarded up the topic name. Obviously this is supposed to be an SSLstrip issue.
  9. That seems more in the ball park, and small enough to finagle into my rig too. If more space is needed, I was thinking something like this to attach and make more room while still giving the appearance. http://www.homedepot.com/Electrical-Electrical-Boxes-Conduit-Fittings-Conduit-Fittings/h_d1/N-5yc1vZbohkZ1z10wqp/R-100404084/h_d2/ProductDisplay?catalogId=10053&langId=-1&storeId=10051
  10. I just upgraded to the latest and it seems that whatever magic WM had done to keep the port forwarding from disabling the GUI has been undone. Is there a fix I can do to re-enable the GUI, or should I just roll back to 2.6.1 until it is resolved?
  11. Awesome, I'll monitor that as well. EDIT: Those are some expensive boosters, I think I'll live for now. If something more cost effective comes up then I may investigate. For the purpose of my rig, I don't think I need too much boosting, I designed it for pretty localized targets. I was thinking more along the lines of a coffee shop, campus lounge area, or any other spot with a high concentration of internet seeking people.
  12. If you find something that works well, let me know. I have an idea that will allow for expansions on this but won't compromise the integrity of the weather proofing and will only slightly increase the footprint.
  13. So here is the rig I have devised for an outdoor dropbox. It is 100% weather-proof and does not seem to impair the broadcast capability of the pineapple. In the screenshot, I am on the main level of my house connected to the router upstairs; the dropbox is outside sealed up and mounted to my gas meter. I'd be interested to see what other people have come up with. Total cost for parts at Home Depot, was around $30. Cheers.
  14. Just wondering if there are any compatible 4G dongles working out if we are still stuck with 3G.
  15. i'll monkey around with it. if it is able to be done, how hard would it be to implement a module (Whistle Master)? UPDATE 1 I looked at Irongeeks walkthrough as recommended, but I was more than a little boggled by some of it and decided to investigate an avenue I was able to wrap my head around a little easier. I am not a programmer and my script skills are minimal, so please excuse any elementary aspects of my mental process. Of course, in the spirit of hacking, I am open to suggestions, information, and instruction. Per My first step is getting Tor on the Pineapple. I found this site: https://trac.torproj...iki/doc/OpenWRT : Install Tor: opkg install tor These packages should be installed but if they're not - install wireless driver and AP support packages: (Personal Edit: I do not know if this is applicable to the Mk4). opkg update opkg install kmod-ath9k opkg install wpad-mini After getting TOR installed, http://devilslab.wor...-pwnie-express/ calls for getting connect.c installed to get SSH to make use of TOR. I am not sure about that part. Another thought process: Is it possible to modify the guidelines at https://trac.torproj...iki/doc/OpenWRT to be limited to SSH instead of all traffic?
  16. Not to advocate any wrong-doing, but in theory, one could purchase a contract free 3G dongle in cash, sign up under a psuedonym, and top off minutes with prepaid cards. In theory.
  17. Thanks for all of the insight everyone. I ended up going with Mint 13 with Cinamon and I haven't had any problems at all, I really like it. It is amazing how much snappier it is compared to Ubuntu 12.04. Ubuntu really borked this last upgrade IMO, the issues with my GPU hangs were limited to Precise. I have not had the problem repicated in any other distro. I respect the decision to try to make a mobile paltform ready distro, but I think they are missing some fundamental small stuff in the process. I hope the commercial asperations don't take them down the MS path.
  18. Damn, I hate being behind the 8 ball.
  19. Saw this today http://gizmodo.com/5928189/this-innocent+looking-power-strip-can-hack-almost-any-computer-network Seems like it might have some familiar qualities.
  20. Hey guys, I was wondering if this (or something like it) is something that could be implemented as a Pineapple Bar menu item. It seems like it would quite handy to have this auto-configured right from the box, for say dead drops that want to anonymously dial back to your relay server. http://devilslab.wor...-pwnie-express/
  21. I'll check the link out. I am not bothered by Unity/Gnome, it's just that 12.04 has some (currently) unresolved bugs that cause GPU hangs and rendering issues that always end in a hard reboot.
  22. I've been an Android user since the beginning (currently have the DINC2 and an Asus Transformer), however, my wife has an iPhone 4 and an iPad 2. They both have their merits, but I am a much bigger fan of Android by far. Waay more diversity in what you can do to/with it. Her iOS products have always been reliable for a basic user although the lack of Flash support has caused her a lot of aggravation, especially when she sees my device has no issue with it. If you like to hack and mod, I hear both are fun and will do what you want, I have only rooted and reflashed ROMs on Android though so I can't speak to the Jailbreaking side of the house. It is fun to be able to switch between ROMs whenever you like should you get bored with what you've got. Oh yea, and no widgets for iOS which totally blows in my opinion.
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