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  1. if you have access to a computer with nmap: $ sudo nmap -sU -n --script=dhcp-discover -p 67 192.168.2.0/24 $ sudo nmap -sU -n --script=dhcp-discover -p 67 172.16.42.0/24 I think this will display info about any dhcp servers on the 2 networks 192.168.2.0-255 and 172.16.42.0-255Its possible that these 2 network ranges overlap each other Edit: changed to new ip ranges
  2. Automatic IP designation is usually done via Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP), for computers in general. There might be several things that could be going wrong. One thing I can think of is that you have 2 dhcp servers on you network are trying to dish out info and they are competing. Another possibility is there just happens to be another open wifi network near by that you are sometimes connecting to instead of your pineapple.
  3. I modified it a little bit, is this more like what you wanted to do? $ cat pineap.log | cut -c34- | sort | uniq | cut -c20- | sort | uniq -c | sort -r -n
  4. Im not sure how to do that in python, but in bash you can do $ cat pineap.log | cut -c34- | sort | uniq -c | sort -n -r | head -100If you just want the ssid's you can do $ cat pineap.log | cut -c53- | sort | uniq -c | sort -n -r | head -100
  5. I have a question, how does a mitm like this effect a tool like p0f? (i.e. if someone at the server or gateway/router was looking at traffic, would a windows computer look linuxy)
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