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  1. I have the following for sale: Alfa AP121U flashed with Pineapple Mark IV Firmware version: 2.8.1 Alfa AWUS036H with no antenna Alfa AWUS036NHA like new Asking $65 shipping anywhere in the US. I also have a flash drive known to work with this Pineapple and a powered hub. If you want those as well, make an offer.
  2. Oh, I have their lingo down pat; it's just various combinations of either of two nasty slurs. Am I right? Thanks for the update on the anon book, I'll add it to my growing list. So I'm assuming you've already read Cuckoo's Egg? First and best of this genre in my opinion.
  3. I just stuck Ghost in the Wires on my Kindle; let me know how the Anon book is and, if you think it's any good, I'll read that one next. After that, maybe "Dad is Fat".
  4. My Favorites: Ready Player One - The earth sucks so everybody spends all of their time in an MMO. Dude who created the MMO dies and all members of the MMO participate in a contest to win his empire. Tons of 80's references and very fast paced book. Cuckoo's Egg - True story of a science nerd's encounter with a hacker in the early days of the internet. One of my favorite books period. Cryptonomicon - A bunch of different stories that take place in different periods of time involving WWII, digital currency, submarines, cryptography and more. Neuromancer - The author of this book coined the term, "cyberpunk". Story involving hacking in the future. Hitchhiker's Guide Series - I don't need to bother to describe these books do I? Shadow Divers - True story about some divers who discover a wreck off the coast of New Jersey. The wreck is in very, very deep water and they decide to dive it in an attempt to identify the ship. I listened to this on audio and, at times, sat in my parked car listening to it.
  5. I really like "Under". Most of your stuff makes me think of Manson, Thrill Kill Kult, KMFDM, Skinny Puppy, etc, but "Under" sounds like something from "The Pod" by Ween (which I love).
  6. When I've seen behavior like this it's always been due to my devices not receiving sufficient power. Are you using a powered USB hub? On topic side note: Today, I received a USB wifi dongle that I ordered a long time ago for use with either my Pi or Pogoplug. I thought I had cancelled the order and forgot about it. This one: http://www.amazon.com/150Mbps-Wireless-Adapter-802-11n-Antenna/dp/B008BZ40HA RT5370 chipset, works with my Pineapple out of the box. $6.90 shipped. I'm using this to wifi tether my Pineapple to an iPhone. Just figured I'd mention this in case anybody else wants a dirt cheap wifi dongle to do something similar.
  7. At one point, the instructions you just added say: "There are two files we need to change, /etc/config/network and /etc/config/dhcp ." Changes to /etc/config/network are discussed, but changes to /etc/config/dhcp are never mentioned. If changes to dhcp are not necessary, you should consider modifying the sentence I quoted. In other words, unless I'm missing something, only /etc/config/network is modified when following these instructions.
  8. I just received my Pineapple (currently FW 2.8.1) this past Friday (early Father's Day present) and I followed the steps posted in this thread to successfully set up ICS on a Mac running OSX 10.8.3. Thank you thesugarat and all of the others who posted useful information here! I stumbled a bit and thought I'd share my experience. In order to execute the steps in the first post of this thread, one must have the network manager infusion installed on their Pineapple. In order to install the infusion, the Pineapple must have internet connectivity. I wished to set up ICS so that my Pineapple could have internet connectivity. I resolved this conundrum by setting up ICS with my Raspberry Pi running Linux using the super-handy wp4.sh script: wget wifipineapple.com/wp4.sh chmod +x wp4.sh ./wp4.sh Kind of a "no duh" thing, but being completely new to this, I had to think about it for a minute. Next, I goofed up by plugging in to my PoE port instead of the WAN/LAN port. The instructions clearly state that one should use the WAN/LAN port so use the WAN/LAN port. After completing steps 1-4, I could not connect to the Pineapple admin console at http://172.16.42.1:1471/ and I struggled here for a long time. I finally looked at my netstat output and thought, "Who's this 192.168.2.3 guy?". I tried http://192.168.2.3:1471/ and was successful. Some comments on this: Before trying to set up ICS, I had followed the "quick start" steps (cut and pasted from some post): - I connect to the pc via wifi pineapple PoE / LAN - Share the wireless Ethernet connection - I set the static IP 172.16.42.42 and the mask 255.255.255.0, gateway blank, and DNS server 8.8.8.8. - Connect to http://172.16.42.1:1471/ This is why I was using the PoE and was determined to connect to 172.16.42.1. Later, I finally figured out that I could connect to the "pineapple" wifi network and manage it using the 172.16.42.1 address. Probably another "no duh" thing that is obvious to anybody who has worked with this device for more than a few hours, but I didn't realize it at first so maybe someone else won't either. Finally, I was a bit careless when I configured ICS in the network manager infusion and I just went with eth0 to wlan0 without checking. Ultimately br-lan worked for me. I think I must have made every mistake possible while doing this so I thought I'd share so someone may be spared a bit of frustration.
  9. I just re-read this thread and saw your post stating that support for the 36h is being dropped. Not sure how I missed that; sorry about that.
  10. I want the built in wifi to auto-start as a hot spot and I want to use my alfa to connect to my phone. It's not much of an issue as I just booted without it plugged in and then plugged the alfa in when the boot completed to work around this, but figured I'd report that this happens with the latest firmware.
  11. I'm on Firmware 2.8.1 and am having this issue: iwconfig: lo no wireless extensions. wlan1 IEEE 802.11bgn Mode:Master Tx-Power=18 dBm RTS thr:off Fragment thr:off Power Management:on eth1 no wireless extensions. wlan0 IEEE 802.11bg ESSID:off/any Mode:Managed Access Point: Not-Associated Tx-Power=27 dBm RTS thr:off Fragment thr:off Encryption key:off Power Management:off eth0 no wireless extensions. br-lan no wireless extensions.
  12. Count me as another person who had trouble with a Sandisk Cruzer (Blade 8GB). I created two partitions using fdisk (1st 80% of the disk, 2nd what remained), and then formatted them with ext4. I put the disk in my pineapple and was able to make use of the swap, but could never get the first partition to mount. As soon as I switched to a 2GB unknown brand disk that I received as a handout, it worked on the first try. Maybe I'll try again later with the 8GB, but for now, just wanted to report my experience. Edit: Forgot to say, I'm running firmware version 2.8.1 2nd Edit: The 2GB freebie disk worked for a while, but I really struggled while trying to install the packages required for sslstrip. The packages would seem to install, but when I tried to run things (sslstrip or even just python), I would get really strange errors that turned up nearly no hits when I searched for them in Google. I suspected corruption so I changed the way I was connecting to the internet. When this didn't help, I went out and bought a PNY USB disk. After putting the PNY in, I was able to get sslstrip working on the first try.
  13. I was trying to get the irongeek filter working using ettercap on my raspberry pi and had trouble as well. I did quite a bit of searching and I'm pretty sure that the problem is that ettercap is injecting content, but is not changing the content length. I changed my filter so that instead of trying to insert the URL to the jollypwn image, I changed "google" to "hacked" (6 letters for 6 letters). My second filter worked. This is the filter I used: if (ip.proto == TCP && tcp.dst == 80) { if (search(DATA.data, "Accept-Encoding")) { replace("Accept-Encoding", "Accept-Rubbish!"); # note: replacement string is same length as original string msg("zapped Accept-Encoding!\n"); } } if (ip.proto == TCP && tcp.src == 80) { msg("in Second IF\n"); if (search(DECODED.data, "Hello")){ replace("Hello", "12345"); msg("run\n"); } if (search(DATA.data, "Google")){ replace("Google", "GOOGLE HACKED"); msg("run2\n"); } } If you search for: ettercap filter content length ..you'll find quite a bit on this topic. If you try the script I've posted, I'd be interested to hear about your results.
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