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  1. Was watching a ep of hak5 today and noticed this..
  2. Does it look like this?? https://forums.hak5.org/index.php?/topic/31364-cant-get-mk5-working/#entry235680 I had to return mine.. Just got the new one today.. We see how it goes..
  3. Big vouch here for CS!!! I got my MK5 for Christmas and I had an issue I thought had been resolved but it reappeared a week or so ago. Hak5 is going to replace it for me!! Way over the 30 day policy but my issue has been well documented here https://forums.hak5.org/index.php?/topic/31364-cant-get-mk5-working/ so I got the green light for a replacement!
  4. Umm.. Who told you there was a limitation? Your yagi will work fine. I had one myself for a while. A yagi in an unidirectional antenna. It will pick up a wide spread of signals. The 24dbi grid I have is a directional antenna. It is used to holm in on an exact location from a distance. I have the 036H and 036NHA alfas and there is no limit on the antenna you connect it to as long as its a 2.4 band.
  5. I will make a short video tutorial when I get my replacement Pineapple in the mail. Seeing as how I will have to set it up again myself. And as far as your antenna question goes, I see no reason why it shouldn't work as long as you have the correct adapters to connect it to your pineapple.
  6. I just got a reply today. I sent them a message via email listed at the bottom of the page instead of opening a ticket. Great people. Seems they will accept my exchange considering the documentation of my issues.
  7. Has anyone had any luck contacting these people? I sent them a message regarding my MK5 I need to exchange and haven't heard back.......
  8. Just a basic 24dbi grid bt tp-link and i'm not even sure about the brand of the amp.. Just a cheap e-bay brand.
  9. Yep, I have to keep it running for about a day when it done this last time. I didn't use it for a few days and same shit started again...
  10. First of all, Thanks guys for all your valuable input on this issue. I have been doing something similar to what KiatoGS has described but instead of directing them to a phishing page for one website, I have been redirecting them to a spoofed "Android Security Update" page where my server of AndroRat is downloaded. I have it set up in mobile format and if a standard browser opens it, they will be redirected to Google. I have been quiet successful doing this and haven't even crypted my server. I guess most people think they don't need an AV on their phone.. As far as the Metasploit/Armitage attack goes.. I attempted this and it was just too much of a hassle. I would rather have something I can automate. BUT my pineapple is acting up again, have to see about getting a replacement be for any more research can be done.. :(
  11. Back to square one... I went on a mini vacation to my home town over the weekend and did not leave my pineapple running.. I get home and its back to showing no menu. Going to contact the hak5 store about a replacement.
  12. You must read the quote above my post to understand... I am not talking about de-authenticating a client from a wireless network. I am trying to sign a user out of an android app.
  13. Or that will work as well..I would much rather find a way to deauth the app as to not cause suspicion.
  14. Yes I am using a N to SMA adapter. Okay let me explain myself a little better. Most all android apps keeps the user authenticated unless the user restarts the phone or kills the app via app manager. So even if the user connects to my network I will never see there creds no matter how much they use the app. I am asking if there is a way I can de-authenticate android apps so when it is reopened it will either ask for their info to log in or will authenticate like the app was freshly started.
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