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  1. Hello everyone! I just tried to update the firmware manually on my mkV. I have been away for a while and my pineapple was hella behind on firmware updates. I was on version 2.2.0. When the pineapple was on and connected to the internet the "check for updates" tab wouldn't display any new firmware upgrades. I downloaded the 2.4.0 firmware and attempted to flash it myself using the command line and the process got about a minute in before bricking it. I have tried the un-bricking process read on countless forum entries with no luck. When I turn my pineapple on, the red and green LEDs are solid.
  2. I got the domain, and I wrote the sites contents. -boob00
  3. You could connect a Raspberry Pi over ethernet to the Pineapple then connect the Ducky to the Pi and have it run commands. I did that with my MK IV. Or if you are looking to have something run on the pineapple, you could write a script and then configure a dip switch to execute. Good Luck! -boob00
  4. Hello everyone, I have recently acquired a website (www.example.net). Instead of paying for a third party to host it, I want to do it myself. The problem is, I am not to sure of how to configure apache for this. I have watched videos and looked around with little luck. What I am looking for is this, someone goes to example.net in their browser and gets to my site hosted on my server. Any help is beyond appreciated. Thanks! -boob00
  5. As digip said, every question you can think of has probably been answered already. Good luck and have fun!
  6. Hello mate, to answer your question: the SD card stays in after the install. The pineapple wont run through a flash at every boot as the SD card has become part of the file system. You can save infusions/logs/scripts/whatever to it to keep the limited amount of local memory free. Good luck!
  7. The red light is the light for the second add on radio. When the light is on it means that the radio is being used. Check the web interface in the network tile and see if wlan1 is enabeld, then check in the network tile under the client mode tab and see if you are connected to any networks. Also if you could ssh and post the output of 'iwconfig wlan1' that could help to see if its connected to anything or not. Thanks -boob00
  8. Ya same here, those Alpha radios are perfect.
  9. To answer some of your questions: Depending on what the infusion does, you may be able to run it on wlan1 while using it for something else. You can only use wlan1 for client mode or jammer, but not both at the same time. It varies from infusion to infusion. If you wanted to have multiple extra radios besides the wlan1 radio, you could use an extra wireless card connected to the USB port.
  10. Strange, though i have a question: Why use wlan0 whitch is the AP radio? That could have something to do with it. Try using wlan1 instead.
  11. Evilportal-A nodogsplash captive protal Blackout-Control the LEDs of the pineapple
  12. I use mine primarily as a learning tool. I am interested in security and networking and Linux, and the pineapple is a grate combination of the 3. Alot of what i needed to know for the Network+ certification was introduced to me by the pineapple. That being said, we all have to have our educational controlled experimental "labs" now and then... The pineapple is as much a tool used to help me learn and understand networking and security as it is a toy for me to test my skills with.
  13. Hello there, To answer a few of your questions, yes you need monitor mode. You should do the deauthing on wlan1 because wlan0 is your pineapple's AP radio. Try enabling wlan1 in the network tile, then go into the jammer tile, select wlan1 as the interface, enable monitor mode, then try deauthenticating. Let me know how that goes
  14. I dont have a direct way to achieve this, but if you look into the blackout infusion by newbi3 and find out how the lights are being turned on and off, and then use that to write a script where an event triggers the led's this may be a way to accomplish this.
  15. I used the yaourt package installer and downloaded it from the Arch User Repository and it took care of all the dependencies for me. Its now up and running!
  16. I have tried that too, no luck
  17. Hello everyone, i thought i would try Arch based distros such as Antergos, Manjaro, and Arch its self. I am completely new to Arch and would like to know is sslstrip avalable for arch? If so how do you install it? I have tried 'pacman -S sslstrip' but its not a package, i have tried downloading it from the website but when i run it i get a bunch of syntax errors. I am compleately in the dark here and need some help. Thank you in advance for your help. -boob00 P.S. Merry Christmas
  18. It was FAT, i reformatted it to EXT4 and it works, thanks Seb!
  19. Hello everyone, I seem to be having bad luck with flashdrives. Up until about a month ago, i have had little scripts i made on my flashdrive and would run them from it. But now, i have no execute permission on my flashdrives. Not just one, but any flash drive i plug into any of my computers all 3 running linux, i have no execute permission. I can read and write. I have tried with about 20 different flash drives in all 3 computers but no luck. I have tried reformatting multiple drives multiple times. Even after a chmod 777 i still get permission denied when i try to execute anything. Help is ne
  20. Try using ettercap to do the arp-spoofing instead, in my experience i like ettercap better then arpspoof
  21. Hello everyone, im using Linux Mint 16 Petra and apt-get'ed sslstrip, however when i run sslstrip i get this error Traceback (most recent call last): File "/usr/bin/sslstrip", line 30, in <module> from sslstrip.StrippingProxy import StrippingProxy File "/usr/share/sslstrip/sslstrip/StrippingProxy.py", line 20, in <module> from ClientRequest import ClientRequest File "/usr/share/sslstrip/sslstrip/ClientRequest.py", line 25, in <module> from twisted.internet import ssl File "/usr/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/twisted/internet/ssl.py", line 25, in <module
  22. A good start would be to disable ICMP
  23. Happens to me all the time, as midnitesnake said, reboot
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