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  1. @kevtheskin there's a clearly marked tab in the module that reads "Error Logs". If there's nothing in there you need to provide more information on what you're doing so someone can help. Also, here's a video:
  2. You want to encrypt the payload for transmission only or while it's on disk too? If you encrypt it on disk to bypass AV you won't be able to execute it. To run it you would need to decrypt it and at that point AV would get you anyway. The point in providing an API for this module is to allow you to create your own payloads and work around AV however you choose. You could possibly obfuscate your code but I don't think encryption is what you want.
  3. @kevtheskin https://forums.hak5.org/topic/37448-official-portal-auth/?do=findComment&comment=316049
  4. 1. Remove the module from your Pineapple: rm -rf /pineapple/modules/PortalAuth/ 2. Download the zip archive from GitHub (https://github.com/sud0nick/PortalAuth). 3. Extract it and rename PortalAuth-master to PortalAuth. 4. SCP the PortalAuth directory to the Pineapple in the /pineapple/modules/ directory. 5. Change the permissions: chmod 755 -R /pineapple/modules/PortalAuth/
  5. @WPA2 try deleting the module and installing the latest from GitHub.
  6. @Providence open your browser's developer tools and look at the console. You may be uploading a file that's too large. If there is some other issue the console might have the reason.
  7. @Providence It works for me. Did you configure the upload limit first by clicking the link I've highlighted in this image?
  8. Sure, the versions on the module manager should be working but it's best to get my latest from GitHub anyway. All you need to do is download the repo from GitHub and copy it over to the /pineapple/modules/ directory on your Pineapple. Once it's there just run the following command in an SSH session to ensure the permissions are correct: chmod 755 -R /pineapple/modules/Papers/ And that's it. Everything should work from the browser after that.
  9. Everyone, as of today I've removed the old server used to test for the existence of a captive portal. If you have not yet upgraded to the latest version of this module from my GitHub you should at least set your test site to https://portalauth.s3.us-east-2.amazonaws.com/cptest.html to regain the portal detection functionality. Of course, I also recommend just updating to the latest version.
  10. Here are the issues: IOError: [Errno 22] invalid mode ('wb') or filename: '/sd/portals/SG/resources/main.js?20160817' IOError: [Errno 78] File name too long: '/sd/portals/SG/resources/Telerik.Web.UI.WebResource.axd?_TSM_HiddenField_=ctl12_TSM&compress=0&_TSM_CombinedScripts_=%3b%3bSystem.Web.Extensions%2c+Version%3d4.0.0.0%2c+Culture%3dneutral%2c+PublicKeyToken%3d31bf3856ad364e35%3aen%3a4ae4914f-8c8e-4123-9d05-414d87b48357%3aea597d4b%3ab25378d2%3bTelerik.Web.UI%2c+Version%3d2014.2.618.40%2c+Culture%3dneutral%2c+PublicKeyToken%3d121fae78165ba3d4%3aen%3afada54f8-476b-46c3-863a-c1195bffba67%3a16e4e7cd%3addbfcb67%3af7645509%3bTelerik.Sitefinity%2c+Version%3d7.1.5201.0%2c+Culture%3dneutral%2c+PublicKeyToken%3db28c218413bdf563%3aen%3a14209715-61c1-47f8-8900-cbcac63a6099%3a3b9a1b05%3bTelerik.Sitefinity.Search.Impl%2c+Version%3d7.1.5201.0%2c+Culture%3dneutral%2c+PublicKeyToken%3db28c218413bdf563%3aen%3a760a0996-dcaf-4de4-8ff5-3fdca56b65f2%3a7561727d' Invalid filename and filename too long. I'll need to add a check for these exceptions and work around them.
  11. @avinn the first thing that comes to mind is you didn't chmod everything properly after installing the module from GitHub. If you did you can SSH into the Pineapple and try running the cloner script manually to see what happens. It's at /pineapple/modules/PortalAuth/includes/scripts/portalclone.py. Run it with --help to see all of the available options.
  12. Yeah that's how it's supposed to work.
  13. Version 1.6 is now available on GitHub. The PR has been submitted to be added to the module manager. Here is the changelog: December 28, 2018 - Added feature to encrypt/decrypt existing private keys - Added feature to view certificate properties in the web console - Fixed a bug that prevented error logs from loading in the web console - Removed null alert when enabling SSH keys https://github.com/sud0nick/Papers
  14. I've pushed v1.9 to my GitHub and submitted a PR to the wifipineapple-modules repo. There are still some merge conflicts that need to be worked out from my fork to the main repo but once those are resolved it should be available on the module manager.
  15. @omgsami1 wow, there's a typo in PortalCloner.py that I'm honestly surprised hasn't been caught before. 'rul.uri' should be 'rule.uri'. I'll fix it in the next release which I should be able to get to this week since I finally have some down time. Thanks for pointing it out! If you want to fix it before the next release is out you can find the file at /pineapple/modules/PortalAuth/includes/scripts/PortalCloner.py on your pineapple.
  16. I haven't seen that before. Feel free to PM me more information such as the site you're trying to clone, options you've entered, etc.
  17. @Mr.Spektor & @z-woh the problem of "TypeError: object of type 'NoneType' has no len()" is not an issue with the module's files. It is a problem with the parsing of whatever site you are cloning. I can look into handling this exception so it throws a warning instead of failing hard but it will be a while as I don't have the time at the moment.
  18. @jtedits I just downloaded the latest from my GitHub and moved it to my /pineapple/modules/ directory. After changing the permissions everything works as expected. The only time the dependency install button doesn't work is when there's a permissions issue preventing the script from being executed on the backend. Try removing the module from your Pineapple, re-installing, and make sure you run the chmod command above exactly as it is from the /pineapple/modules/ directory.
  19. Make sure you chmod everything to 755. SSH into the Pineapple, cd to /pineapple/modules/ and execute: chmod 755 -R PortalAuth/
  20. No need to reboot. All it's doing is moving some files around. If you can't get that to work you can just download the latest from my GitHub. Make sure you delete the module from your Pineapple first before installing the new one. https://github.com/sud0nick/PortalAuth
  21. Please read the previous posts in this thread to see the fix.
  22. @jayiod105, @plubowicz, and @Att3mp7ed-R3c()n if you completely delete the module from your Pineapple and download the latest from my GitHub you will not have this problem. This is an issue in the current version on the module manager and I have not had time to fix all of the merge conflicts from the pull request to the main repo. This is why the latest from my GitHub is not available in Hak5's repo yet.
  23. Nevermind, wlan1 isn't available because by default it doesn't have an IP address. The only interfaces that appear in that dropdown are those that have an IP. br-lan should definitely be working. I'll look into it.
  24. The PineAP interface is wlan1. Not sure if you should see it on br-lan or not but try switching Sein to wlan1 and see if it works.
  25. How is your target connected to the Pineapple? There's an interface setting in the Settings pane that lets you select which interface Sein should listen on. Make sure it's listening on the one that's connected to the same network as your target.
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