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thegingerone

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  1. Hi all Just noticed an issue and wondering if I have hit the limit on the number of SSIDs that can be in the in the ssid_list file before Harvester cannot add new ones. The current number of SSIDs that I have is 1017 unique network names. I started up PineAP on WLAN0 and then enabled WLAN1 and enabled Dogma, Beacon Response and Harvester. I noticed there were no new SSIDs been added to the list even though in the Karma log there were requests for SSIDs not in the list. I also noticed that nuking the list caused Dogma and Harvester to start working again. I am not too sure if its a limit
  2. I checked the Karma log and the MAC address of my phone is blacklisted.. Log excerpt Jan 1 01:00:57 KARMA: d4:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX has been added to the MAC blacklist. Later Jan 15 20:43:32 KARMA: Probe Request from d4:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX for SSID 'pineapple 54:ba' Jan 15 20:43:32 wlan0: STA d4:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX IEEE 802.11: authenticated Jan 15 20:43:32 KARMA: Checking SSID for start of association, pass through pineapple 54:ba Jan 15 20:43:32 wlan0: STA d4:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX IEEE 802.11: associated (aid 1) Jan 15 20:43:32 wlan0: AP-STA-CONNECTED d4:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX Jan 15 20:43:32 KARMA: Successful
  3. Upgraded my pineapple to the latest yesterday and I am noticing that my phone is joining the Pineapple even though it is blacklisted. I checked the blacklist file and the MAC address of the phone is there. A know issue or a quirk right now?
  4. Looks like a reference issue in your URLs to your images. Can you try and put in http://172.16.42.1/imagename.jpg for example so that you can verify it. If the image loads on the problem URL then you know its a problem with relative paths and you can use absolute paths instead
  5. I think I have found an issue with the infusion When sslsplit is set to autostart and when on shared Ethernet, the infusion disables internet access.It also seems to stop the MK5 Karma from starting Turning it off restores the internet connectivity. I just tested this on a newly refreshed pineapple running 2.0.3 and only sslsplit is installed (along with the default infusions) I set sslsplit to autostart and then rebooted the pineapple. On login, checked sslsplit is running and then checked the network tile and clicked Show external IP and it is blank. Turned off sslsplit and then repeat
  6. The SSLStrip infusion seemed to bypass the DNSSpoof and by looking at teh IP tables I am guessing that is correct. However stopping the infusion it still hangs onto the routing and so you need to delete it for DNSSpoof to work correctly.
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