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  1. Do you have this wired as two parallel sets of three in serial? So just over 11 volts? .... >> starts searching for old notebooks << ....
  2. It would be nice if you could put them into categories and only have the current set load. Like: Settings Attack Analyze Favorites
  3. So, I am having fun with Karma. The fam is not happy with my new toy. :) But I would like karma to NOT impersonate a specific SSID, from what I understand Karma should be in black list mode, then just add the SSID. And that should be it. This doesn't seem to work, it still responds to the SSIS, and it doesn't seem to matter if it is in black or white mode. Ideas? I can find much documentation on this feature.
  4. wlan0 Atheros AR9331 IEEE 802.11 b/g/n wlan1 Realtek RTL8187 IEEE 802.11 a/b/g Google from there. ;)
  5. So, I am using my Mark V as a relay at the moment. It seems to work fine for a while, but then the AP just goes dark... Restarting networking brings it back, but... I did some searching and found this: https://wifipineapple.com/?bugs_pub&action=view&id=87 Has anyone found a workaround for this?
  6. Code dev (hack detection) and one sweet relay (when the pineapple is in a good mood).
  7. Ok, to revive this topic. Here is my process, and still no luck. Create a local HTTP server with a test HTML. Add a link to https://www.facebook.com Start SSL Strip. Load the test page using in the victim browser. Check the link, it still reports HTTPs. Now from my understanding this should be replaced with an HTTP link.
  8. Well, that looks interesting! Thanks. :) I will continue my testing another day. Thanks everyone, enjoy the holidays!
  9. Ok, well that means I have less to worry about then. :) I am adding in some detection into a site I work on. However, even going to a search engine (using HTTP only) and searching for facebook I do not get a replaced link. :/ I tried several combinations and methods (including making my own HTML page on a local server), no go... I also tried both from my Android and Chrome book. I get taken to an HTTPs page right away.
  10. We are thinking about doing a few permanent installations in remote locations. There is no power and no way to get power to them. So, we are looking to using a 50W solar panel (we also want to run a camera) and a deep cycle battery with a charge controller. Has anyone else done this? In the end we may want to do multiple nodes. And it is looking like our cost on just the solar electrics will be around $240 per unit. This doesn’t include the Mark V or any housing. So it will probably be around $500 all said and done with the camera. Any recommendations? Your thoughts?
  11. .. Yes, I want to go to the HTTPs version of a site, otherwise there is nothing to strip. The sslstrip will then re-direct my clients request to a “fake” HTTP version, no? If simply bookmarking the HTTPs version of a site is all that is needed, then I don’t have too much to worry about. That is unless I have miss-understanding the process.
  12. I found another post talking about similar issues in an other firmware. It seems for them the new firmware fixed the issue. I started on the new firmware and have the issue. :/ Hmm....
  13. I will say my phone was only able to hit around 13Mbit for some reason. Try it with a notebook.
  14. I just got done doing a speed test. WiFi to WiFi even and I was able to get 34Mbit out of 37Mbit on the primary WiFi. My base connection gets about 45, so... I was very happy with the speed! Check that both your main WiFi and secondary are on channels that aren't over saturated.
  15. $8 5V 3AMP Max: http://www.amazon.com/KEEDOX%C2%AE-Converter-Power-Supply-Module/dp/B00A71CMDU/ref=sr_1_7?ie=UTF8&qid=1387431990&sr=8-7&keywords=12v+regulator+3+amp or $5.65 12V 7812's: http://www.amazon.com/microtivity-Pack-Linear-Voltage-Regulator/dp/B0092CRNPM/ref=sr_1_sc_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1387432118&sr=8-1-spell&keywords=12V+Voltage+Regulat+7812 Put two in parallel to balance the load, be sure to add some sort of heat sync to the metal backings.
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