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  1. ok good news. Turns out my channel was making my network 5ghtz. so nice to know that you can protect any wireless networks from pineapples connecting wirelessly. bad news.. battery went flat, but it ran as a stock access point for 3 hours or so with no issues. - so maybe the last rephlash fixed the problems. will repost here if i bump this issue further.
  2. Morning - Thanks for replys. The SD card is the stock one that came with the PA, glued to a firmware card info. Have had no need to upgrade it. its a SD micro 2gb card. Browser - I use macs alot as it has native ssh on terminal. Firefox, safari. occosnally ill access it via the PC which also has firefox. So lets quickly get a few things correct for me: Recommmended Browser? Wlan1 radio is the guy that does WPS and client mode and all that stuff correct? Wlan0 is the guiy that broadcasts the AP networks - such as the default pinapple_5XXX ssid. Wlan0-1 is what and why is this now here? Do you suggest I reflash it once again - via direct SD load out instead of this over the air option?? that was on my cards today anyways. Suspect maybe - how I dunno - maybe the OTA firmware update misses somthing? Ill run it today and see if I get these lock ups etc.
  3. I purchased a Mark V a while ago and recently have dusted it off and set to playing once more. I updated it to the new 2.4 firmware the other day and pretty much its been a hell bent on doing unusual things. I first got sus when it refused to boot up on power supply from wall. it kept boooting, then blue light and orange (ethernet) would get solid with the green about to flash.. then they go off, red comes on and then restarts. over and over. Put it on Battery and it starts no problem. So flashed it. no worrys. once I logged back on, setup my password etc, i click client mode on wired LAN, then jab it into my router and. reboot. now we have internet to the pineapple. Cool. Down load infusions. Head out to coffee shop to play with this portalauth.. connect to pineaplpe see i dont have dependencys. fine. connect to my phone grab those and then attempt to connect to coffee shop. ignores me.. goes back to phone. -- no pineapple. I says connects to this one. there, save.. click click! i watch the light go off. on.. restarted. check. ignored me. Orly??? ok. factory reset. flash flashy resetup. redo connection to phone. same deal. wont let go. Fine. might be a freak thing. go home. never connected to my home wifi yet. go to client mode. scan scan.. - no home network. the 11bgn not hiding at all so getting concerned. maybe it needs to see it to beleive its there. relocate. Nothing. ok.... have a break come back. pineapple is now frozen. lights on no one home. wifi broadcast gone. nothing going on. reboot. etc etc no luck with Internet sharing via mac with static IP on ethernet being shared internet by the wireless. OK some more fun. New reflash but first we will wipe the SD card. - done. reflash. resetup. install wps. install wifite. run wifite. see's my network.. (spoooky) reports no wps weakness... Use actual tile. no ssid data. nothing. scan in client mode. nothing. does find a no name open encryption but its conflicting with the channel. the fact it doesnt let go of networks is very annoying. i almost go this portal clone thing working but then it went weird again and stopped showing the clone button etc. the network restarts notfications are liers. only a solid off on will make the changes stick. had no succes with much of anything. its simular to a issue from 2013, thou I couldnt see any of the problems in any configs posted or corrections offered. Back a few firmwares ago I didnt have any of these problems. - not to mention the fact i now have wlan0, wlan0-1 and wlan1 which becomes wlan1mon.. whcih was not this way before. factory reset and firmware upgrades seem to made this a new part but I dont know when or whats going on. Any ideas? does turning it off and on to much hurt it? i assumed its all solid state so I cant imagine that being a issue. antennas are firmly in place as always no changes made to hardware it self. after a while it just stops doing anything as I say. so even if I did get wps going or half a dozen other deployment concepts its going to lock up and stop after a few hours or less and I loos all the data anyway. I know its not ment to be easy but this is doing my head in.
  4. Yes! I haz a questions. I must have missed the part where everyone discuss this new tile. Prehaps you might be able to link me to that? Or if you can summary of the new tile & features here. - I know what Karma does, but the new tab PineAP has this Source & target boxes. what goes here? and how is this tied to Karma. There is also this Dogma which only has a option to turn on/off in little tile no tab - i gather its to assist Karma connecting to devices? Last one. Whats the Auto Harvest? does this just run a script that uses dogma, pineAP & karma all at once? with no input from say me? Appreciate you edumucations.
  5. Kismet is scary how it can see everything on the network
  6. so does this mean the network infusion is going to support manual hidden SSID entry along with encryption and password feildsany time soon or do we need to use these config files as a work around?
  7. ??? I just plugged in the ethernet cable, flashed the firmware and I was rolling like a wheel. Never had to do any of the above on my mac... guess my computer just loves me!
  8. its Possible that this data was collected (for the maps) via the "wiGLE.net" wardriving app. you turn it on and drive down your street and pretty much every AP in range will be detected, noted with GPS cords, SSID name, and what encryption type it has.
  9. PwniePad CE 2014 is based on Kali, the CE means community edition, the difference. there is no technical support for the Nexus 7 or the ROM image from the pwnie express team. Other than that there is no difference in the tools or functions. you can pay pwnie express team the asking price, or you can build your own with no technical support. the end result is the same.
  10. Hey all. deleted this as no one wanted to help.
  11. Hey Everyone. Who has heard of Sophos? or Warbiking? prehaps you may know it as War Driving Sophos is a UK Based Security company and they are doing a very nice job of showing security experts the general habits of the people hungry for Wifi. Whats very intresting - is he is doing it all with the Hak 5 Wifi Pineapple. If you watch a video you can see it there - clearly James is not about to reveal what it really is loosly calling it a "Access point" but any one from here will see its a Mk 5. Latest News artical - 'Warbiking' reveals increasing need for Sydneysiders to change wireless security habitshttp://www.cmo.com.au/mediareleases/19781/warbiking-reveals-increasing-need-for/ For those of you in London, San Fran etc, you may find your city has already been "Warbiked" by this fellow. http://www.sophos.com/en-us/security-news-trends/security-trends/bottom-line/project-warbike.aspx As This fellow is not going to get to every town and city - it would be cool to see other members survey results. how does your town compare to the recent results of Sydney?
  12. Oh that makes me happy bro.. Yeh. This means one side of the coin - there are A Holes out there who steal peoples work and dont give them credit. - thats sad and not cool. but in the same respect you just dont download stuff from anywhere like drivers- you always go to the original distributer, or you will get trouble. However! the app that the "Average" joe is likly to get - is full of adds and crap. Better chances are the app doesnt work as 1st post says, further they could actually be opening their andriod up to a real dSploit attack, and of course this means our networks are a smidgen more safer from the average guy with an andriod.
  13. I just used Secure copy over ssh - this is from your terminal. scp -r root@ /home/user/Desktop/ that should copy pretty much every file and folder from the root directory of pineapple to your destination directory (*tip: make the destination before hand) - I beleive there are a few system folders that wont go over - but thats covered in the firmware re-flash. to put back any folders or files use the alternative secure copy command. scp -r /home/user/desktop/PA_bckup/<FolderName> root@ I actually did this to fix ettercap, as I found like 5 copys of etter.conf.. no wonder it wasnt working.
  14. I can answer some... Q1: Persistant means it retains the SSID you set - unticked means it will change to other names its detecting like "Free Wifi Airport" so it can say "yes.. yes.. im that access point" Q2: the black list is for your personal devices that you do not want connecting to your PA. period. usually this is so your phone etc doesnt get sucked into your Karma trap your broadcasting. so your devices listed in the black list cannot and will not connect to the PA. you will get 'unable to connect" or it just saves the network name. this is done so you dont "pineapple" your self as the term goes. Q3 - See Q2. Q4: you do wha???? lost me there.. Q5: site survey for Karma? unless your using the same ssid as the exisiting networks around, this step is not required. Q6: The Client has to want to connect to your "Karma" network. if they are not connecting its prehaps they have found a different preffered network? Q7: the number indicates how many deauth packets to send. some clients need more others need less. - Q8: um... cooper? you wanna waid in on this one?
  15. I disagree. I have spent years learning this stuff. the only thing protecting the masses is the fact there is no video tutorials or dirty guides. Keeping the learning curve hard and high prevents anyone with no proffessional ethics from using this knowalge for evil reasons. If you want to know more you will find a way to learn it. Making it easy for everyone would make your security skills worthless. you get me? Because the PA is based on Kali - I would suggest you start looking at Kali tools and those guides written for Kali linux, then adapt them as most of us do to your PA. the code and principals are the same. @arcangelny you need ettrercap & ssl strip install from the pineapple bar, turn them all on and connect to karma network - start surfing then return to your PA and look at results.
  16. buying is registering isnt it? I never read anything about this either.
  17. You should see Pineapple_x_xx or somthing as your default access point. My suspect is your PA DHCP not giving you a ip. after step 2 : when you connect to your accesss point name. whats your IP address? you may need to manually set your wifi IP.... I have had some simular issues - but not for a while. IP Mask : gatewaye/router: Now.. go to your client connections under network and connect to your home access point, enter in your authenticaed network password and connect. success will give you - Green solid, Blinking blue (solid mostly) and Red blinking. Test your connection - Check under network for your client IP - should be the same range as the win 8 box. Pineapple Bar will load infusions. * There are many varibles to your issue. help us help you with some more details if your require further help. Browser your using, OS your using, is your home router locked down? etc etc now try with your browser -
  18. ***Update*** 1st issue : could not connect to iphone hotspot. - turns out the ssid had a silly default ssisd like billy's iphone - the 's causes issues. change name to a single word- SOLVED 2nd issue. authenticating with a captive portal via pineapple client connection. this problem prevented PA from getting internet access on a captive portal connection - with no formal method to authenticate via a browser I tried the above option "portalsmash" - if succesful I would need to create a file with the authenticated details in a .yaml file - the entire project was utterly confusing and in the end decided to start again with a different approach. PA is a linux box right? shouldnt be too hard to put firefox on there - but fire fox is huge - and all i need is to authenticate... then i recalled the old days where my teacher showed me command line browser... Yes this worked perfectly. />opkg install elinks then..... />elinks www.google.com The CLI elinks browser then resolved to the captive portal. entered details and woolah - redlight disco on the PA started up. SOLVED So this has prompted me to attempt my first infusion... elinks - wonder how hard this is gunna be? lol
  19. Cool will try that. wash -i mon0 -C -D Just had a quick Google around and there saying you need libsqlite3-dev but i have it lol oh well
  20. koolkarnt


    That Sir was awesome. Thank you very much. my question is answered . if you sit down and look at what this forum teaches - Tor is freaking useless!
  21. Im spewing aye. Picked the wrong bundel and missed out on the extra antennas.
  22. Yes! the little mofo does oftern give me the whole failed to associate. will try that. Lost my wlan1 last night for a while - then lost radio1 - finally found them again.... have solution if you encounter it.
  23. Ever heard of Atlantis? they say the true treasure of that fabled city was knowlage. And this my freind is what I would do if I were you - Learn it all! I have been for the last four years mastering each system type - linux, mac os/ios, chrome os, windows os's (98 to current) andriods, and so on. My job is actualy end user problem support. thus I need to know how to support them all. Practical applications and purpose, drive your direction until its exhausted - then along comes another problem - another practical application and another purpose. Knowing all of this gives you a great understadning of end users, their habits, their preffered applications, preffered os's giving you further ideas.. you seeing where I am going? Wireless is certainly the area Im working on at the moment as they say "by 2016 - the average office will be wireless" and they mean wireless hardware to wifi networks to bluetooth and so on. The euro fellow who hacks porches and railway bill boards uses wireless to achive his cool tricks. - but keep up to speed with wired too. after all you have CCNA. Hope that helps you some.
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