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  1. Hi pineapple people. So I'm using dnsspoof in my mark 5 and after lots of beginner trial and error I managed to build a nice looking fully functioning phishing site that is designed to log wifi creds. So now that I have this site working and loaded into the pnpl web server I'm trying to figure out how to force a specific AP into client mode so that I can run this phishing site against said specific AP. Hypothetically i would like network A to link with the pineapple in client mode but exclude networks C, D, E, F.... ect. I understand that you can do something like this with karma whitelis
  2. The title of this article made me laugh out loud, I don't know why it just sounded funny.
  3. Thank you so much Hak5 Pirate, After a half hr of newbie fumbling I managed to fallow your instructions and fix the problem. So I downloaded jquery.min.js from Jquery.com, I dropped it into the www directory. Then I went into my php files and changed the scripts tag to <script type="text/javascript" src="jquery-1.11.2.min.js"></script>. Now it's working perfectly. Its still curious that chrome was able to managing to load the javascript from source while running in DNSspoof from the pineapple while IE and Firfox couldn't. Maybe chrome comes with javascript already install
  4. Hello everyone. So I've been playing around with DNS spoof for a few weeks now, and I developed a page that runs some simple javascript and jQery elements. When I run DNS Spoof from the pineapple I have been running into a weird problem. If I edit my DNSSpoof configurations to say. example.com. Then run example.com from browser the page loads up perfectly and all the Javascript and JQery elements loads and runs perfectly. However if I edit my DNSSpoof configurations to say. *.* or * Then run any website from IE or Firefox the page loads pe
  5. Thank you that helps i'll def look into that.
  6. Hi everybody, so I’ve been tinkering with dns spoof for the last little bit and have made a nice little php site that works great with the pineapple. It logs credentials looks good ect. I am interested in learning how to write a proper captive portal though, one that releases once credentials have been logged that is , i've done a fair bit of research on google and found some good articles. I am also quite aware of evil portal and no dog splash but for me its not always about the end result, I genuinely want to figure out how it all works on the backend more for curiosity sake then anythi
  7. Thanks for the advice but I managed to fix it. The interesting thing about this problem was that I wrote the page and tested it on Apache and it worked perfect. But once I dropped it into the pnpl@/www it refused to run the php, it would run the html no problem but the php only returned the 404e. So I tinkered with this all last night and ended up re-flashing the pnpl and then I copied the default error.php file from the pnpl and rewrote portions of it variables, logging directions, log output ect. And now it's working fine, I'm going to dig into it a bit deeper and figure out exactly what
  8. Thanks for the quick reply. I've been on google all day trying to find a solution.. No dice, like I said, I'm pretty sure I'm making a simple mistake. Unfortunately I'm not finding a ton of articles on troubleshooting php installations with a pnpl. Any help or a nudge in the right direction would be greatly appreciated.
  9. Hello pineapple community. I'm having trouble with my mark v dnsspoof. I wrote my own html that pulls credentials from a form and posts them up to a PHP function located in a separate file. Flow looks like this: Index.html redirect >> main.html >> form >> login.php(data logged) >> redirect >> back to main.html. The idea is that the page loads, which once spoofed it does very nicely. But then I push the submit button, the information posts to the PHP and I get a 404E. Everything is there in html but once directed at any .PHP it 404E's. I fallowed the phishi
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