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  1. Well the Pineapple got bricked after trying to upgrade it (because the connection was lost again). After buying the serial connector to flash it manually, everything is working again! I guess the problem was more low-level stuff that required an entire reflashing, not just an upgrade of firmware. But it's all fixed, able to install infusions, have users connect to it, and run the modules, etc.
  2. Just tried this. Killed the network manager and made sure wicd was closed while running the wp4 script and still no dice. After only a couple minutes of being connected over ssh, was disconnected again with the pineapple becoming unreachable. Am only able to run a couple commands before this keeps happening. I have no clue what is causing the issue as now I've tried it on two different computers, one running kali and one running just ubuntu and it's happening on both machines. Seems like no matter what i do, even quitting all network managers isn't stopping this problem. What I don't understan
  3. So, I had a revelation! I've found out that the Pineapple is not the source of the problem here. I was intrigued at how the Pineapple had its lights still on after "freezing". Well I tried connecting another device to it through it's SSID and sure enough it connected, and pinging it works fine. So this means that the problem is the connection from my computer (where I run the wp4.sh to give internet) and the Pineapple. My computer is an Asus EEE laptop running the latest (1.0.3) version of Kali Linux, and I think the problem is with the Network Manager. This explains my problems because leav
  4. Sorry to bump this, but do you have any idea as to what the problem could be?
  5. It's literally about 5 minutes. I just timed it right now and it was about 4:55 or so (+- maybe 5-10 seconds since i looked away while it was pinging). It's pretty constant but I've seen it sometimes take a minute or two longer and in other cases when I'm downloading a package like randomroll (with nothing else major running at the same time), it will crash as well. However, as I said, all the LEDs remain on. PWR, USB are on and LAN and WLAN are blinking. It's plugged into the wall through the adapter it came with. I don't think it's overheating as feeling the outside everything seems c
  6. As I said, I'm having a problem where, after the Pineapple has been on for only several minutes, it crashes/freezes. This is after running the wp4.sh script with default settings: internet sharing, pinging, ssh, and the web interface all work fine. When it crashes/freezes the Wlan, Lan, WPS, and Power lights on the device are still on and everything, but pinging gives no results, and it is impossible to SSH into it, or access the web interface. This usually requires a reboot to fix, when after yet another few minutes it'll crash/freeze. When I leave it alone for a bit it seems to take longer t
  7. This sounds like a great idea, it might start off slow but people can share their experiences with their use of the Ubertooth and fix problems. And more episodes on it would be amazing as well, it looks like it has so much potential.
  8. I figured out that using dnsspoof with ip addresses and not DNS names seems to work, and that successfully goes around the nscd stuff. Through this thread, http://forums.hak5.org/index.php?/topic/28146-urlsnarf-module-simultaneously-with-sslstrip-module/, it turns out that sslstrip is the culprit. I turned off ssltrip and sure enough, urlsnarf worked perfectly. But as you said there, sslstrip shouldn't be hogging a port to cause the problem, so it must be something else.
  9. I too am having this problem, I refer to this thread I made: http://forums.hak5.org/index.php?/topic/28422-i-have-some-problems-with-urlsnarf-dnsspoof-and-slow-internet/ I just tried keeping sslstrip turned off and sure enough, urlsnarf worked perfectly. I don't really know why ssltrip would interfere if what vector said is true.
  10. Hello all! So first of all urlsnarf doesn't seem to output any logs from client's traffic.Sometimes urlsnarf would output random traffic, but there doesn't seem to be a pattern that I can see. Is there something urlsnarf specifically looks for, or checks for? Maybe I don't know what it specifically does. Second, dnsspoof is spotty in how it works. Sometimes it will correctly re-direct traffic, but other times it won't. It's a little hard to explain, here is a ping output: xandermbp:~ alexander$ ping www.reddit.com PING a659.b.akamai.net ( 56 data bytes 64 bytes from 165.254
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