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  1. Need to do a firmware recovery. https://docs.hak5.org/hc/en-us/articles/360010471774-Firmware-Recovery
  2. Interesting. May contact support about the issue. Seems odd that it doesn't matter rather you are running a payload or not.
  3. What version of firmware are you using for the update? I have seen this error before. If it is a 2.6.x version, you may try updating to 2.5.4 first. Then do an initial setup. After all that is complete do a OTA or manual update to 2.6.x firmware (latest is 2.6.2) I would recommend the manual method but this is just preference. https://docs.hak5.org/hc/en-us/articles/360025819673-Manual-Firmware-Installation
  4. Check your blacklist/whitelist settings. This determines how SSIDs are selected for broadcast.
  5. Do some searching on YouTube and reading on the Hak5 documentation site as well as the wiki. Post back with any detailed questions about the setup and I'm sure users will be happy to aid you.
  6. A update has been released but some users are still reporting issues with the module. Take a look here: I plan to test the module myself in the next few days.
  7. Thanks for the info. Will add to the list of working modules on the thread!
  8. Have not tested it on the latest firmware yet. If it is not working you may try a firmware recovery (this will put you one 2.4.2 firmware) and see if that works. Hopefully soon it will be patched for 2.6.x firmware!
  9. A lot. It would take to long to count them all...
  10. Good points. Location of the target, AP, spoofed AP also plays a role in success of the attack.
  11. Does anyone have experience with the paid version? Opinions on if it is worth the cost?
  12. Installation of other tools can be done through SSH if the tool is compatible with the pineapple.
  13. The first step would be more recon on the target. If you could find there method for assigning usernames then the list can be reduced to allow for more password utilization. Another very useful piece of info is if they have password requirements. This could really help define things like length, characters used, etc. If you are going in completely "blind" then you are leaving the best answer more to chance. I'm sure some users experience will have a more likely answer to this question but it can be situational as well. Another way to maximize things would be use of rainbow tables / databases but there is a memory trade off doing this.
  14. You need a server (pi would work just fine) to host the cloud platform. Then you need either a dedicated IP or a service like No-IP or DynDNS to resolve your address. This is all that is required to make C2 work. There are additional setup steps required like loading the config file on the device. I am actually working on a write up to do this with a desktop running linux and a raspberry pi setup. I can confirm that Debian machine with C2 loaded using No-IP service does work.
  15. Anytime. Glad to here your find. Modules are being updated for the 2.6.x firmware. Some have been confirmed updated by @Foxtrot and he has mentioned work is being done to others. Hopefully other modules are updated by there creators soon as well.
  16. Cap_Sig

    SMS-CB

    If you mean have your own "cell tower" take a look at OpenBTS.
  17. To downgrade, first do a firmware recovery: https://docs.hak5.org/hc/en-us/articles/360010471774-Firmware-Recovery Then you can manually upgrade to whatever version you like: https://docs.hak5.org/hc/en-us/articles/360025819673-Manual-Firmware-Installation
  18. Shouldn't be an issue. Just remember the rules on batteries when checking your bag.
  19. Thanks for the update 👍
  20. Is operation normal during that time?
  21. Have you done the initial setup? If you have not, that is your issue with SSH. You must do initial setup for SSH to accept connection.
  22. Any new updates? Had time to do any testing?
  23. Good deal. Stable updates of modules for firmware 2.6.1 are starting to be released so hopefully updating firmware to test will be an option for you soon.
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