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  1. @Foxtrot,

    Thanks for your concern.

    I'm happy to hear that there are some users that not experiencing issues.

    One particular issue i'm having is when using client mode to connect to the internet.

    I'm using an external usb radio (purchased from the HakShop) 

    RALINK USB WIFI RT5370

    In going through the thread, I'm not the only one with this issue.

    Version 2.5 works fine on my nano.

     

    Thanks again.

  2. Hi folks,

    Just wondering if anyone has a solution for a slow nano when many clients connect...   (Ok course, you can "kick" but that's not what I'm looking for)

    For example if i have 25+ clients connected, the nano internet connection gets boggy.....

    Perhaps this is something that could be taken into account for future Pineapple hardware.

     

    Thx guys!

  3. I've  given up with Deauth on the nano.

    Death was much better on the Pineapple mark 5.

    If you a CHEAP solution, I'd suggest buying an "ESP8266" and flashing the chipset.  (4 min job)

    Please note use any type of deauth for pentesting only or with the permission of access point owner.

    good luck

     

     

     

  4. Hey guys,

    I have an issue with EP  (currently using 3.2)

    When leaving EP on for a while 15 - 20 min or so, my portals no longer need to sign in.   The connection status goes from "sign in required" to "connected" without having to enter creds.

    The portals I am using have always worked in the past.

    Before posting, I downgraded the firmware, re-installed previous versions of EP but i still have the same issue. 

    Anyone else having this problem?

     

    Cheers!

     

    -----

     

    forget it,  I solved my problem.  This issue was the source of my internet for some reason.

    thx anyway!!

  5. 18 hours ago, Zylla said:

    Kali is based on Debian, the only "modified versions" I can think of is the images you can download containing the Nexmon patches, making you able to run wlan0 in monitor-mode (and AP mode at the same time) 

    But that's just a kernel patch. 

    Here's link for a great version: https://re4son-kernel.com/re4son-pi-kernel/

    And yeah, same with the Pineapple. You don't use hashcat on these devices to crack the PMKID, you transfer the captures from the device to your desktop which hopefully has a GPU or something ?

    Yes, the one I have on my RP3b+ is an image version.  The link you sent me doesn't seem to be an image file.   I'm going to do some reading up on how to install it.

    Have you tried getting PMKID on Rasberrian?

    thank you!

  6. 12 hours ago, Zylla said:

    I would also like to notify people (since it's been discussed earlier in the thread) that i was able to cmopile this without any problems on my Raspberry Pi 3b+.
    And it's working perfectly. ?

    Congrats!!!

    You wouldn't happen to have the link to the version of Kali that works on the Raspberry Pi 3b+,

    I have Kali on my 3b+ but i think it's a patched up version.

    It's my understanding that there is no official version of Kali  for 3b+.  Instead it's a modified version from the RP 3.  Right?

    Also, Doesn't PMKID require more GPU?  If that's the case, i would imagine that's it's pretty slow on the the Nano ans the RP3b+.

     

    Thanks!!

  7. 18 minutes ago, dynomitecentral said:

    Yup! That's the one! Reading into the specs, it looks like this thing will be great with the NANO. Also people have been saying this is great for how long it lasts and how compact it is. The point is, get that one.

    Thanks!!

    I will buy one now.  It might be too late because the Nano seems to be damaged.  If this doesn't resolve anything, I'll have to buy another Nano.

    Cheers!

  8. Thanks for the clarification guys.

    I'm just trying to find out why my Nano isn't working properly.   If it's the power supply, then I'll throw it out the window.

    I'm willing to buy a new powerbank... So after reading the above post can we all agree that this is "the" powerbank that would be ideal for the nano:

     

    https://www.amazon.com/Anker-PowerCore-Ultra-Portable-VoltageBoost-Technology/dp/B00Z9QVE4Q/

    Correct?

    Much appreciated fellas!

  9. Hey guys,

    sorry for jumping in but if my memory serves me right..  I thought we needed 5v 1.5a?  Please correct me if I'm wrong.

    Also, I noticed that I've been using 5v 1a for some time.... I'm now having some issues with my internet speed while connected in client mode.

    Could low amperage have damaged my Nano?

     

    Thanks!

     

  10. Hey guys,

    Please watch my video.  My nano has converted into a turtle.  Is slower possible?  Is this normal?

    Note:  My wifi source in this video is a smartphone's hotspot.  ssid:"Admin"

     

    I first connect my nano to my cellphone's hotspot (Admin)

    And afterwards, I connect directly to the Hotspot (without the nano)

    Look at the speed difference.

     

    Thanks

    https://mega.nz/#!HI8HzbYB!AlIonHUAsS5FpoSChHVgAQq8lK0Jpy6WIwoRBlYHPNY

  11.  

     

    Wow, I thought you had a Nano.   You sure know a lot about it!! ?

    airdump-ng wlan2 gave me this:

     CH  2 ][ Elapsed: 24 s ][ 2018-08-08 01:13
    
     BSSID              PWR  Beacons    #Data, #/s  CH  MB   ENC  CIPHER AUTH ESSID
    
     80:D4:A5:6B:B9:94   -1        0        2    0   3  -1   OPN              JOSUE RIVER PLATE
     02:22:E2:46:15:46   -1        9        0    0   6  54 . OPN              HPD110a.8E6B2E
     D0:31:69:17:3C:77  -34        2        0    0  11  260  WPA2 CCMP   PSK  Admin
     00:C0:CA:8F:6F:93  -38        4       48    0   7  260  OPN              BA WiFi
     50:C7:BF:DE:C6:5B  -54        1        1    0   1  260  WPA2 CCMP   PSK  Linksys
     14:D6:4D:E0:9B:FC  -67        9        0    0   6  260  WPA2 CCMP   PSK  iofi
     48:83:C7:BD:C8:CB  -72       15       17    0  11  260  WPA2 CCMP   PSK  Fibertel WiFi486 2.4GHz
     48:83:C7:8C:35:96  -74       26        0    0   1  260  WPA2 CCMP   PSK  Telecentro-3590
     48:83:C7:8D:F5:6E  -79        9        1    0   7  260  WPA2 CCMP   PSK  Telecentro-f568
    
     BSSID              STATION            PWR   Rate    Lost    Frames  Probe
    
     80:D4:A5:6B:B9:94  DC:71:44:4E:04:C1  -76    0 - 1e     0       10  JOSUE RIVER PLATE
     02:22:E2:46:15:46  80:C1:6E:8E:6B:2E  -76    0 - 1     59        9
     00:C0:CA:8F:6F:93  02:20:A6:85:A3:45  -34    0 - 0e   137       61
     50:C7:BF:DE:C6:5B  F0:03:8C:52:F7:B9  -60    0 - 1e     0        1
     50:C7:BF:DE:C6:5B  40:9C:28:A6:E8:D6  -66    0 -24      0        6
     48:83:C7:BD:C8:CB  30:63:6B:D3:6E:5F   -1    5e- 0      0       17
     48:83:C7:BD:C8:CB  94:71:AC:F8:4D:43  -76    0 - 1      8        4

     

     

     

    Wlan1 results:

     CH  4 ][ Elapsed: 18 s ][ 2018-08-08 01:02
    
     BSSID              PWR  Beacons    #Data, #/s  CH  MB   ENC  CIPHER AUTH ESSID
    
     80:D4:A5:6B:B9:94   -1        0        2    0   3  -1   OPN              <length:  0>
     02:22:E2:46:15:46   -1        6        0    0   6  54 . OPN              HPD110a.8E6B2E
     00:C0:CA:8F:6F:93  -38        4       93    8   7  260  OPN              TEST WiFi
     D0:31:69:17:3C:77  -34        2       18    0  11  260  WPA2 CCMP   PSK  Admin
     50:C7:BF:DE:C6:5B  -47        2        1    0   1  260  WPA2 CCMP   PSK  Linksys
     14:D6:4D:E0:9B:FC  -70        5        0    0   6  260  WPA2 CCMP   PSK  iofi
     48:83:C7:BD:C8:CB  -74        9        0    0  11  260  WPA2 CCMP   PSK  Fibertel WiFi486 2.4GHz
     48:83:C7:8C:35:96  -76       16        0    0   1  260  WPA2 CCMP   PSK  Telecentro-3590
     48:83:C7:8D:F5:6E  -77       19        2    0   7  260  WPA2 CCMP   PSK  Telecentro-f568
     A8:6B:AD:91:7F:10  -81        2        0    0   6  260  OPN              HP-Print-10-LaserJet M12
    
     BSSID              STATION            PWR   Rate    Lost    Frames  Probe
    
     80:D4:A5:6B:B9:94  3C:17:10:14:46:BA  -76    0 - 1e     0        1
     80:D4:A5:6B:B9:94  DC:71:44:4E:04:C1  -74    0 - 1e     0        1
     80:D4:A5:6B:B9:94  B4:BF:F6:F5:DA:71  -74    0 - 1      0        2
     (not associated)   94:71:AC:F8:4D:43  -80    0 - 1      0        1
     02:22:E2:46:15:46  80:C1:6E:8E:6B:2E  -76    0 - 1     50        6
     00:C0:CA:8F:6F:93  02:20:A6:85:A3:45  -46    0 - 0e     0      109
     D0:31:69:17:3C:77  00:C0:CA:8F:87:CF   -1    0e- 0      0       18
     48:83:C7:8D:F5:6E  F0:D7:AA:45:96:87  -70    0 - 6      0        2
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