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  1. http://forums.hak5.org/index.php?/topic/29329-faking-wpa2-networks/?fromsearch=1 Might be what you're looking for (:
  2. I'm pretty sure there's threads asking this same question, but I'm pretty sure it can't.
  3. Just name it to an existing AP in range and I'm pretty sure it blends in with it.
  4. Sslstrip sniffs credentials straight after install without using the terminal or anything. That's what I use on the pineapple
  5. My laptop sends out more than 5 probes alone so the probes don't say much. It's because my laptop has a bunch of networks saved that are wpa/wpa2 protected and only like 2 that are open. So it tries to connect to the wpa2 networks but only connects to the open one. Which is what the pineapple is supposed to do.
  6. What I usually do for my iPhone (apparently it doesn't have Any known unencrypted networks ) is name the pineapple ssid the exact name that my iPhone connects to. This usually confuses my iPhone and connects to the pineapple. It won't even show the pineapple ssid which is great.
  7. I'm pretty sure the wifi pineapple will only spoof the ssid names to known associated open networks. I don't think karma will spoof a network to a ssid of an encrypted one. What I do if I need to spoof an encrypted network is I just change the ssid of pineapple to the one of the network I'm trying to spoof. I could be wrong though, I got mine last week.
  8. and I typed all this up and afterwards read you dont want to use ettercap -_- sorry!
  9. I'll tell you exactly what I do to get this to work. first run echo 1 > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward then set up ip tables by using iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -p tcp --destination-port 80 -j REDIRECT --to-port 8080 start apache2 server make sure you change the ether config file in /etc. scroll down till you see linux and remove both the "#" from the redid_command_on and reddir_command_off. edit your etterdns file. /usr/share/ettercap/etter.dns to the spoofed pages you want. Make sure the ip across from the spoofed pages you put are that of your network IP of your computer then ru
  10. No problems if you follow it.* Looks like you're doing something wrong to create the swap. Make sure you format it correctly. Make the first partition 3 gigs and the second, one. I used a pny with 8 gigs so I had to make my own since the guide uses 4 gigs. I think I did 6.6 and the rest on the other. Just follow the guide man. It will work, I promise you
  11. Just reformat the whole USB stick. Start from step one of tst guide, and follow it exactly. You should have novpr
  12. did you follow this? http://forums.hak5.org/index.php?/topic/25882-how-to-enable-usb-mass-storage-with-swap-partition/ make sure to edit the config file in the lsusb output. if you follow the steps exactly you should get it. As long as you run "free" in the terminal and see "swap" it should be working and then it's just a matter of changing that config file to get it up and running! Let me know if this helps! Hopefully this is helpful!
  13. Ahhh makes sense. Is there a way to detect a Alfa36h that's plugged into my laptop not the pineapple? I need the Alfa in my laptop because my internal wifi sucks and I get a 30% signal so I use it no matter what I'm doing. But the pineapple only detects wlan0 which is its own wifi card. If I take my adapter and plug it into the pineapple I get no Internet because my laptop card is that bad
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