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  1. Tested on MkV running 2.0.4 this problem still occurs for me. Developer needs to fix.
  2. Depending on what ftp server you are using you could create a public folder in the root of the user directories (e.g. /home/public) and then when the user connect instead of them connecting to their home directory (/home/username) they could connect to (/home/) and then only have the public folder and their user folder visible/accessible?
  3. I'm going to guess you are new to networking, connecting to anything internal on your network will require some rule to allow an external device to connect to an internal one, just like opening a port for ssh. Home routers just happen to make this process easy for you! To keep it simple, yes forward whatever tcp port you want and have the payload connect to it on that port.
  4. Let me give this a try and will get back to you. UPDATE: Just updated my pineapple to 2.0.3 and sslstrip is working absolutely fine, not causing any rebooting. May i suggest you reflash your pineapple to see if that fixes your pineapple.
  5. Just wandering how long ago you sent the emails? The hakshop could be awaiting receival of the unit or if you have only sent the emails in the last day or so they may not have gotten a chance to read your email yet? UPDATE: Just to state I am also in europe, the hakshop is a legitimate shop where products will always be marked as what they are respectively, you will always be hit by import taxes on items which are within the boundries for such taxes.
  6. Just Another Vulnerability Announcement
  7. Just had to post this on here to see if anyone else has experienced any problems with the awus036neh usb wifi adapter with a mark V pineapple, when I connect it the activity light goes mad but also the card has very slow throughput, currently getting 2mbps on it, but the laptop connected to the same wifi as it is getting 50mbps, the laptop was plugged into the pineapple via ethernet and connected to it via wifi to test the throughput for the neh adapter. If anyone else has had similar issues it would be interesting to hear how you overcame this problem?
  8. I have a Lenovo T530 with the 1080p screen option, core i7-3820QM, 16gb ram and the 9 cell battery option, I get about 7-8 hours of battery life on an average days work load. The construction is also solid.
  9. Well, where to start. Point 1: If you are connecting to the pineapple wifi and are running anything by default there is no way of setting a whitelist/blasklist so that you are not effected by whatever you are running. Point 2: RTFM! http://wifipineapple.com/mk5/booklet.pdf You cannot connect the pineapple to your router directly by default as the pineapple runs as an ap, you need to connect it to your MBP and setup forwarding so it shares its wifi connection with the ethernet connected to the pineapple Point 3: Why would you do that, the pineapple has 2 interfaces for a reason!! Point 4: DERP! get your pineapple, go to the web interface, go to network tile, go to client mode, connect to your network....DONE!
  10. Source: https://sites.google.com/site/semilleroadt/raspberry-pi-tutorials/gpio This is my first post so any feedback would be appreciated. For those of you who have a Raspberry Pi and either do not have access to a USB UART adapter or just want a backup your Raspberry Pi can be used instead. In order to use the GPIO pins on your Pi as a UART connector you are going to need to edit two system files "/boot/cmdline.txt" and "/etc/inittb" and use a terminal of you choice for the UART connection. Step 1: Backup the system files on you pi. cp /boot/cmdline.txt /boot/cmdline.bak cp /etc/inittab /etc/inittab.bak Step 2: Remove the following parameters from the /boot/cmdline.txt nano /boot/cmdline.txt and delete the following lines: console=ttyAMA0,115200 kgdboc=ttyAMA0,115200 Step 3: Comment out (#) the following line at the bottom of /etc/inittab nano /etc/inittab and add a # at the begging of the following line: T0:23:respawn:/sbin/getty -L ttyAMA0 115200 vt100 Step 4: (Optional) You may wish to test that your new configuration is working. Connect the RXD and TXD pins on the Pi together (listed below) and install the following python script: http://sourceforge.net/projects/pyserial/files/pyserial/ Then run: python setup.py install and open a python terminal: python and run the following commands import serial ser = serial.Serial("/dev/ttyAMA0") ser.write("UART the Font") read = ser.read() print read ser.close() Success: If setup has worked correctly then the variable set above will be printed on the screen. Step 5: connect the ground, tx and rx connectors. GPIO15 = RXD to TXD on Pineapple GPIO14 = TXD to RXD on Pineapple. GND = GND to GND on Pineapple. GPIO pinout can be found here: http://www.hobbytronics.co.uk/raspberry-pi-gpio-pinout Step 6: Choose a terminal emulator of choice, here we will use minicom. apt-get install minicom Then create the connection: minicom -b 115200 -o -D /dev/ttyAMA0 If everything was successful on your pineapple you should now have a serial connection to your pineapple :).
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