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Everything posted by zz2Fac3zz

  1. This is what happened to me! Except I can't even get a shell through serial. I've been running wifite but not through the dip switches and without a dictionary attack.(I think I may have shutdown the pineapple without completely closing wifite.) I was hoping if I let it sit unplugged for a day or two and try the serial cable again I'll at least get a shell...
  2. No it cannot be the green light of death... Walk us through the steps you took to put the firmware on the SD card. And remember if you flash make sure you're using the wall power adapter!
  3. Ok swap the TX RX and before people start jumping in on the serial setting I changed the speed to 115200 COM3 Flow control none. I get the lovely output of ÿÿþÿÿþüüà. I'm guessing that's not good...
  4. Haha Mr-Protocol I like you. Its Black-White-Green-None from left to right for those who are to lazy to RTFM. Unfortunately its not even attempting to boot. Putty doesn't see a thing lights don't flicker. So I guess the question is now, does anyone wanna buy a cheap pineapple paperweight?
  5. So if you where to hook up a cable like To a pineapple like What pins would you use to avoid causing an electrical fire?
  6. up, down, down, up up from left to right. Now it won't even respond to the dip switches I just get a power light and nothing else. I've never unplugged it in the middle of flashing or removed the SD card well it was on. I've tried different power and cable sources. I think it just died on me =( I have a usb to TTL serial cable I used to flash the mark 4 but I'm not sure if I even wanna mess with all that.
  7. Correct the problem is I don't get a blinking blue light indicating that it is booting up. Even if I try booting without an SD card.
  8. You'll have an easier time if you just tell your pineapple to connect to your network through Wifi. That being said post your iwconfig and you shouldn't have eth0&eth1. Your pineapple is plugged directly into your computer correct and you only have one Ethernet card?
  9. So my Pineapple just stopped booting up all of the sudden. I'm using the wall power adapter. I've tried resetting system defaults, but after it loads the firmware I reboot and I just get a solid green light and cannot connect via Wifi or Ethernet. I've had my pineapple for more than a month so I don't think its eligible for an exchange. Any Ideas?
  10. Are you running Fiddler or burp on your PC or the Pineapple?
  11. I just woke up and probably shouldn't post anything until my eyes are fully open but.... Are you just trying to set up your iptables? iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -p tcp --destination-port 80 -j REDIRECT --to-port 8080
  12. You can run sslstrip manually by just SSHing into your pineapple. Flip your machine into forwarding mode. (should already be done by default) echo "1" > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward Setup iptables to redirect HTTP traffic to sslstrip. (sslstrip default listenPort is 8080) iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -p tcp --destination-port 80 -j REDIRECT --to-port <listenPort> Run sslstrip. sslstrip -l <listenPort> Run arpspoof to convince a network they should send their traffic to you. arpspoof -i <interface> -t <targetIP> <gatewayIP>
  13. Are you connected to the pineapple via Wireless or Ethernet?
  14. (not 1741) is the ip adress of the wifi pineapple not a web server. Click here to lean more.
  15. It could set your script to a dip switch that would be kinda cool.
  16. Well from what I've found (correct me if i'm wrong) its a little more difficult then it may seem at first, and i'll explain why. #For these examples I'm going to use wlan0 for people to connect to and wlan1 for your pineapple to connect to a wireless network. The way the sslstrip infusion works now is someone connects to the pineapple and the traffic goes from wlan0 -> wlan1 -> wirelessnetwork -> internet Because all the traffic is going through the pineapple its easy for the infusion to intercept the packets. Now what your trying to do is intercept traffic that isn't going though the pineapple but instead is already on a wireless network. In order to do that you need to redirect the traffic on the network to go thought the pineapple. You can redirect the traffic by SSHing into your pineapple and using ARPSpoof or Ettercap. But from what I've found is it becomes terrible slow and unstable.
  17. I would guess the .hccap file will work with the online cracking center. Also I think you mentioned your using an nvidia card. I don't know why but the older nvidia drivers work a lot faster with hashcat. I think between 320.00 and 327.23 after and before that they are about half the speed.You can read more about it here. I have no idea why the newer drivers are slower at cracking passwords.
  18. Eureka! I have no idea why but I was able to convert the file using aircrack 1.2 beta2 . Still don't know why the cap2hccap works on .capfiles from my pc but not the pineapple. But I'm happy I figured out how I can convert them none the less...
  19. Hashcat forums Aircrack forums If its against the rules I'm sure a mod will delete the links and give me a dirty look. <_<
  20. Well the conversion program was mainly stripped from aircrack. I made a thread on the hashcat and well as aircrack forums I'll see if they can't shed some light on the problem.
  21. You know what I'm guessing because the Pineapple doesn't actually have a GPU aircrack is writing the .cap file differently.
  22. So I guess the question is why can't it be converted to a .hccap? Aircrack is tremendously slow compared to hashcat and being able to use your gpu.
  23. When you used the .cap file from your pineapple with aircrack-ng was it able to actually crack the file? Because I've tried with the correct password in a smaller word list and aircrack didn't crack it. Unless of course the capture came from my laptop or pc then aircrack has no problem.
  24. The problem with wifite and the wifi pineapple is the pineapple doesn't come with tshark/pyrite/cowpatty by default and wifite uses them to check to make sure you have a vaild handshake. If you run wifite with the -aircrack option so it only uses aircrack to verify it should let you capture the handshake. Although if you captured it using your pineapple that capture will be junk. Aircrack will open the .cap but even if you have the correct password in your wordlist it won't crack it, and if you try and convert it to .hccap " [error ] unable to find valid handshakes."
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