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  1. Will Definitely post something once its working
  2. The main reason i wanted to run this update was i know the newer kernel works better for iptables and i really want to get sslstrip running on the pineapple, i have managed to get sslstrip running and iptables does now let me redirect port 80, unfortunately the moment i run sslstrip the device reboots. Wil dig through the logs
  3. Ok so by using the new beta firmware iptables works, i can install SSLstrip and i can do the NAT forward, unfortunately a few seconds after SSL strip runs the pineapple reboots. The updated Kernel in the beta version definitely helped the iptables issues
  4. Ok so i have installed and tested, can confirm that 3g works with a T-Mobile 4G Rocket. Usb storage is working fine, the issue i am seeing is with installing packages i get md5sum mismatch. Either the opkg or the package index are corrupt. Try 'opkg update'., opkg update doesnt fix the error.
  5. What Error are you getting?
  6. Ok ironed all the other issues out and now left with one that i can't seem to figure out and any help would be appreciated using this Nat RULE iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -p tcp --destination-port 80 -j REDIRECT --to-port 10000 I get the error iptables: No chain/target/match by that name. Anyone seen this before or can give me a pointer. Thanks
  7. Little more info on this i wanted to use iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -p tcp --destination-port 80 -j REDIRECT --to-port 10000 and run sslstrip on that port however if you try using this method you get an error :unknow option to port" digging into this package iptables-mod-nat-extra will resolve this problem and is a listed package however if you try installing that package it complains about a kernel dependancy.
  8. Hey, Has anyone had any luck with sslstrip running on the actual mk4 device, i installed it(to usb) and after a few tweaks got it to run, the problem is it doesn't look like IPTABLES on the device allows for port redirection so i am not able to redirect from 80 to the port SSLStrip is running on, if anyone knows of another way to do port redirection that would be really helpful
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