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  1. Hi kerravon, I've just made a post about my pineapples for sale in the UK: https://forums.hak5.org/index.php?/topic/39030-wts-mkiv-and-mkv-from-the-uk/
  2. I'm looking to sell my MKIV and MKV to move to a Nano, please keep in mind I don't know if I still have all of the original cables but I'll do my best to look for them. Both devices work just like the day I bought them, they'll be flashed with the latest firmware before being sent. Either reply back here or PM me for more information and pictures, this is from the UK so shipping is limited to Europe (for now at least).
  3. When I first checked it out I had the same initial response, however after downloading the Bitnami stack for Discourse it does seem a lot more forum-like. If you haven't already, you should check out the Meta site for Discourse, I think that's the best representation of a demo site currently. Also I think they are working on import and export tools for different forum software and IP.Board is definitely on the list, tools have already been made for certain forums.
  4. This is mainly aimed at the forum staff, Have you ever though about moving from IP.Board over to something a little more... updated? A few months ago I was looking around for some forum software for my own site and I stumbled across this little gem: http://www.discourse.org It's a fairly new forum software coded in Ruby, the developers are really awesome guys and they love to hear feedback from the community that they have. Discourse is truly a community-driven project. So why switch? IP.Board isn't very robust when it comes to updates and looks... outdated, I know that IP.Board 4 is rolli
  5. That seemed to work for me, although it's not redirecting for https pages and when I try to use SSLStrip with DNSSpoof it overrides the redirection and just shows you the stripped page, no redirection.
  6. I've got the same results, I've just finished watching the video on how it works and I'm not being redirected to my "Hello World!" page instead of Zombo.com (which by the way is quite comical). When I go to 172.16.42.1 without the port it lets me see it but if I use zombo.com, www.zombo.com or anything like that it just takes me to the regular page. Here is my DNSSpoof config: http://cl.ly/image/1I0t082I0N46 My ifconfig results: http://cl.ly/image/1b1I1j0Y0i3I And my results from the command you posted: http://cl.ly/image/1G2n161z1C3T (I hope that's all that should appear) Let me know if
  7. Thanks for the detailed response :) It's the 2013 edition, it's not essential to have the Alfa attached and if it supports packet injection natively then that's fantastic! Disabling the default radio each time seems like a hassle - I'll see what happens when the tablet turns up in the mail, thanks again :)
  8. Can't wait to see this, if Amazon decide to launch their gimmick postal service then they better have some decent security :P
  9. I've got a Nexus 7 arriving soon and I want to keep it with my pineapple and alfa radio, I was wondering if there is a way to use the Alfa radio with the tablet to do things such as deauth for use alongside my pineapple? I don't know if there is an OTG cable that will pick up the radio and let me use it like you would on a PC but I did read somewhere that the aircrack monitor mode does work with the Nexus 7.
  10. This happened to me too, email the HakShop and they should be able to help you out :)
  11. This would be a great package, lets you see how easily a network can be compromised and how to fix it - looking forward to it Foxtrot :)
  12. I noticed mine got a little on the warm side too, I left the bottom side ventilated and it went right back down
  13. I completely forgot about my MKIV usb cable, thanks anyway :)
  14. I'm looking on eBay for a USB to DC Barrel cable (5V) to hook up my MKV but I'm not sure which type of Barrel it is, I'm guessing it's Type N - Is it the correct one? http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Star-Tech-USB-to-Type-N-Barrel-5V-DC-Power-Cable-USB-A-to-5-5mm-DC-1m-NEW-/290985577496?pt=UK_Computing_Other_Computing_Networking&hash=item43c0178c18
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