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  1. I haven't checked if tmux is available on openwrt's repos on the latest firmwares. But yeah, my repo contains two branches. One for OpenWRT 15.05, and one for 19.07 (latest firmwares). Just let me know if theres any tools that you feel are missing on the latest firmwares, and i'll see if i can port it. 🙂
  2. I just recorded a video tutorial on installing this to your Pineapple. I'll be posting it when i'm done editing it. :)
  3. What's not working for you? Everything related to Hak5 on the Pineapple works perfectly for me. Community modules needs to be updated by their authors to keep up with changes to the firmware.
  4. Glad the issue got solved. 🙂
  5. The standard C-library on the latest firmwares is musl. Where did you download that IPK? Is it built with musl? Perhaps try "opkg install rsyslog"
  6. Follow the instructions exactly as outlined. Also, your browser is pointed towards: SSLsplit It should be pointed at: SSLsplitNG Example:!/modules/SSLsplitNG I'm guessing the error comes from naming the directory SSLsplit, instead of SSLsplitNG
  7. Which link? The github repo is up and running, and all the links i've posted seems to work fine for me.
  8. I've released a fork of SSLsplit on my GitHub page: https://github.com/adde88/SSLSplitNG I'll update the first post here, and write a detailed instruction on howto install it as well. Basically just copy the contents of the repo to /pineapple/modules/SSLsplitNG I recommend using git, or tar, to preserve the file permissions. It's basically a modified version of SSLsplit, that downloads the package from my repo, and works on FW > 2.6.0 Please post any issues here or on the github page.
  9. No. Such a module i mentioned would need to be installed manually. But that process is not very hard, and a tutorial will be written. I'm currently working on the modified module. Hoping to have it ready tonight.
  10. I'm not trying to be vague. I simply don't want to be hold responsible for people bricking their devices. Download/transfer the IPK-file from my repo to your Pineapple. SSH/SCP/wget, whatever works best for you. SSH to the Pineapple and run the command below within the same directory you downloaded/transferred the file to. opkg update ; opkg install sslsplit_0.5.5-1_mips_24kc.ipk -d sd There's no prerequisites, except having an active internet connection on the Pineapple while installing. This is not a part of the official module which you can download on the Pineapple, but you should be able to use the module with this package. When i get time, i'll create a fork of the official Module, so that people not experienced with this stuff can use it to setup everything via the Module GUI.
  11. Impossible for me to say. I could always try to modify the the module and create a fork, so that it will install my package. But such a module will never be available on the official hak5 sites. Which is a good thing, because everyone would then be installing and running binaries compiled by people on github.
  12. Sorry, but if anyone feels that the above explanation doesn't give enough information i suggest you don't try to install this. I really don't want to be responsible for anyone destroying their Pineapple by doing something wrong in the terminal. Perhaps take some time, and get to know the device, and linux, a bit better before attempting it. :) <3
  13. 1. Download the .ipk file from the repo to your Pineapple. 2. SSH to your Pineapple. cd to the directory containing the file, and run opkg update ; opkg install sslsplit_0.5.5-1_mips_24kc.ipk -d sd You need to have an active internet connection while installing, as some other dependencies will need to be installed at the same time. And sslsplit will not work without them.
  14. If the network you're attacking have enabled 802.11w then deauths will not work, because the managment frames are protected. Also, the Pineapples spoofed network is open. If you're deauthing a target of a secure network, there's no guarantee that the client will then connect to your pineapple, even if the deauth is successful. If your target have never previously been connected to an open wifi network, it will never work.
  15. SSLsplit + Module Working on the latest firmware > v2.5.4 Package / IPK (For advanced users): You can now find SSLSplit v0.5.5 on my github repo. 😉 It's been compiled for the latest firmwares, and is working flawlessly for me, on both my Nano and Tetra! 🙂 Manual installation of the package is for advanced users. The Module: I've also created a fork of the original SSLsplit Module, that you can find on a separate github. repo: https://github.com/adde88/SSLsplitNG It's been modified to install my package, and should work on firmware versions > 2.6.0 Module Installation: Download this tarball containing the module, and transfer it to your Pineapples /tmp directory, for example by using WinSCP, or "scp" on Linux. SSH to your Pineapple and run the commands below exactly as outlined. cd /tmp gunzip SSLsplitNG-1.6.tar.gz tar -xvf SSLsplitNG-1.6.tar cd SSLsplitNG-1.6 mkdir -p /pineapple/modules/SSLsplitNG cp -r * /pineapple/modules/SSLsplitNG/ I'd appreciate feedback, especially if you encounter any errors! When pasting logs and such, please consider using pastebin to avoid filling the thread with debug-stuff. Donations: Are very much appreciated! Alot of my spare-time goes to keeping software up-to-date with the Pineapples on my various repositories, and helping out the community in general! It really helps me so i can continue on with this work. :) Click here if you want to support my projects over PayPal.
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