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  1. People keep saying this but does this mean that this is going to be impossible to work on the Pineapple? Is not one working on porting it?
  2. Can't wait for this infusion. It's going to be very handy.
  3. Thanks! This solved my issue. Why do they work with websites without a /xxx behind it?
  4. Okay so in my spoofhost I have "172.16.42.1 *.*" I created my own phishing page asking for Email or Facebook login before proceeding to use my "free internet". I don't have internet to share so after they logged it in will say the hotspot is in maintainence. Problem is, the phishing page has some images to make it look professional but when you browse to a website with a / behind it, it won't show the images. Here is an example. Check out the URL bar difference on both images: http://i.imgur.com/EAi0ELY.png http://i.imgur.com/bvyAXfM.png I also tried on my iPhone and it does the exact sa
  5. Of course there needs to be an HTTP version of the website, else it can't redirect/strip. For example Gmail. It doesn't have an HTTP version so SSLStrip doesn't work for it. If you use Chrome or Firefox, they will give you certificate errors for loads of websites.
  6. I know what you mean and it's very annoying indeed. I also have this problem. I'd love a fix or way around.
  7. Isn't SSLStrip dead because of all the cerfiticate errors and websites not having http versions anymore?
  8. It won't jam the pineapple AP if you just whitelist it. Also, Karma can only spoof unencrypted (open) networks. Also, newer devices won't fall for Karma's fake networks.
  9. This is amazing! Thank you so much! I'm so freaking happy the Hak5 team is pushing out so great updates. I love this community.
  10. Will it be able to find any missing aircrafts? lol
  11. How would you connect to the AP of the pineapple if the drone is too far away?
  12. A sites SSL certificate? My hotspot doesn't even have internet access. I just have phishing pages for most popular websites. It has nothing to do with accessing the actual website. It just needs to redirect to my phishing page if it says https infront of it. It has nothing to do with https at all..
  13. An update to support https. I mean, it doesn't actually have to do anything with https itself, it just doesn't redirect when a browser puts https infront of it. Isn't this just a simple line of code to also redirect a website that has https infront of it? Also, like I said, an update where actually ALL websites get redirected to my pineapple, just half. Or 75%.
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