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  1. Solution was to set both filters to Deny:
  2. It's been sitting like this for over an hour:
  3. If I'm understanding PineAP -- turning it on and selecting to add SSIDs to the list should start populating SSIDs from my area.... right? It's not. Responding to beacons is not required to simply populate an SSID list is it?
  4. I'd be remiss if I failed to start this topic with the following: Great Job Hak5 dev team! I saw the mention of a road map so it's likely you've thought of these already but just in case here is my feature wish list: Definable device phone home URI for use with HTTPd proxy-pass More granular control over server config HTTPS port other than 443 Select existing TLS certs in lieu of creating new Let's Encrypt certs Option for client cert authentication to the dashboard Option to output config files for HTTPd of choice (Apache, Nginx, Lighttpd,
  5. I'm struggling with the SD card and adapter on Kali. Each time I connect the card+adapter to a USB port the /dev/sdX increments by one. So: sdb, sdc, sdd, sde, and so on. I can manually mount the drive using "$ mount /dev/sdXX /mnt/ducky" but would rather not have to do that every time. Also, by the time I got to sde last night the mounting would no longer work. I would receive a message saying that the previous iteration of sdX was still mounted to that folder and would be unable to umount it. This resulted in my inject.bin not writing to the card and the ducky presenting a solid red light
  6. Ohh and use your phone as a USB teathered intenet connection for the Pineapple.
  7. Try this: 1: Do not associate wlan1 with any wifi, have it enabled but not connected 2: Enable PineAP, Dogma, Beacon Response, and Karma 3: In Karma, whitelist your home wifi SSID 4: Turn off you home wifi router 5: Turn on your laptop wifi adapter 6: Watch the Karma Log for your laptop's MAC to show as associated Then fire up SSL Strip and have fun.
  8. Was/is any kind of quality control done by Hak5 to ensure China is ring to be sneaky in the manufacturing process?
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