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  1. I seem to have misplaced my Y cable.. Ive already dug through the forum and found a link to get a replacement. But the question is, do i really have to use the y cable? If i can find a 5v A2 wall adapter, that should be good enough, right? All of the ones i have are just..bad. Id like to setup my nano running out of the wall for some passive information gathering
  2. Ive used a 3g/4g modem on the nano with no problems. I have this one and it pretty much works out of the box on all linux machines ive tried it on. It makes itself eth0. This adapter even comes with a microsd card slot as well as a sim slot so you can use both at the same time. Its pretty neat. I do not know if its possible to add an external antenna to it, some of the other modems have this option but my current one does not.
  3. Can confirm if an ssid with a hidden name is added to pineap it cannot be removed because it doesnt "Have a name" It looks like this
  4. The clock gets wiped every time you reboot the device for me, i cant save it. Mine wont save the time..at all..
  5. Perfect! So..this should work then? I dont think the xprobe stuff will work though..sadly
  6. Can i write bash in payload.txt files for the bunny? I still havent been able to figure out if thats possible, like IF statements?
  7. Ah, it wasnt the payloads i was after. I was really trying to install fish. It does that with any git repo root@bunny:~# git clone https://github.com/fish-shell/fish-shell.git Cloning into 'fish-shell'... fatal: unable to access 'https://github.com/fish-shell/fish-shell.git/': server certificate verification failed. CAfile: /etc/ssl/certs/ca-certificates.crt CRLfile: none root@bunny:~# git clone https://github.com/0xicl33n/dotfiles.git Cloning into 'dotfiles'... fatal: unable to access 'https://github.com/0xicl33n/dotfiles/': server certificate verification failed. CAfile: /etc/ssl/certs/ca-certificates.crt CRLfile: none root@bunny:~ root@bunny:~# git clone https://github.com/0xicl33n/phonepwn.git Cloning into 'phonepwn'... fatal: unable to access 'https://github.com/0xicl33n/phonepwn/': server certificate verification failed. CAfile: /etc/ssl/certs/ca-certificates.crt CRLfile: none As for the irc, that was done on my host machine, not the bunny Update: T-the date on the bunny was completely screwed up! It said December 31 1969! [root@bunny[/src]$date Wed Dec 31 20:59:17 PST 1969 [root@bunny[/src]$ apt-get install ntp [root@bunny[/src]$ntpd -gq ntpd: time set +0.161456s [root@bunny[/src]$date Sat Mar 4 23:04:10 PST 2017 Fixing the date fixed everything. Except when i rebooted the bunny it was set back to 1969..It wont save the change.
  8. I just got my bash bunny in the mail today, im currently trying to set it up the way i like but..CA certs are broken.. I cant connect to github and i cant connect to the IRC With wget: Resolving github.com (github.com)..., Connecting to github.com (github.com)||:443... connected. ERROR: The certificate of 'github.com' is not trusted. ERROR: The certificate of 'github.com' is not yet activated. The certificate has not yet been activated With git clone: fatal: unable to access 'https://github.com/git-repo-name/': server certificate verification failed. CAfile: /etc/ssl/certs/ca-certificates.crt CRLfile: none As for the hak5 irc, it seems to be broken too! :D irssi snip: 18:32 * | Looking up irc.hak5.org 18:33 Reconnecting to irc.hak5.org [] port 6697 - use /RMRECONNS to abort 18:33 Certificate Chain: 18:33 Subject: CN: irc.vhirc.net 18:33 Issuer: C: US, O: Let's Encrypt, CN: Let's Encrypt Authority X3 18:33 Subject: C: US, O: Let's Encrypt, CN: Let's Encrypt Authority X3 18:33 Issuer: O: Digital Signature Trust Co., CN: DST Root CA X3 18:33 Protocol: TLSv1.2 (256 bit, ECDHE-RSA-AES256-GCM-SHA384) 18:33 EDH Key: 256 bit ECDH: prime256v1 18:33 Public Key: 2048 bit RSA, valid from Aug 25 10:27:00 2016 GMT to Nov 23 10:27:00 2016 GMT 18:33 Public Key Fingerprint: B0:3F:39:53:31:60:CA:3F:E2:82:75:8F:F9:38:CB:2C:B2:55:48:EB:22:75:CC:EB:C5:9C:29:2B:04:7A:0D:3F (SHA256) 18:33 Certificate Fingerprint: E9:F4:77:A7:E2:3E:62:E6:6E:27:95:7A:43:1E:21:EA:E0:64:81:27:65:28:16:B9:76:E7:68:99:96:00:B0:26 (SHA256) 18:33 GLib warning Could not verify TLS servers certificate: certificate has expired 18:33 * | Connection lost to irc.hak5.org
  9. Curious as to how the usb ports work. The setup for android uses the Y cable to power the device via the usb MALE and then tether to android from microusb to the usb FEMALE on the nano. Lets say i have something small like a beaglebone or raspi, could i power it through the MALE and then tether via the FEMALE slot on the nano? The beaglebone/raspi would not have enough power from its usb port to give the nano the power it requires - thats why im asking Of course i would really be running the wp6.sh under kali, just with the single usb female port - unlike the computer tethering
  10. I didnt think about flipping the pineapple upside down, ill have to try that. I did try running the fan off 5v and it wouldnt even spin up, as for how things are being kept in place, the cables that are all over the place abd kind of keep things pushed against the walls,held in place. The only thing that moves around is the battery For experimental purposes i have it propped up on my desktop. Wifi card = TP LINK ( I use it with Nethunter on my phone) I am wondering how to scan with wlan2(like with the recon tab, i dont know if it uses one by default or the other) instead of wlan1 as its range should be longer. I would just plug the cantenna into the pineapples port but its using a "male"(?) plug on the card like an Alfa. I might just get an adapter so i can just plug the cantenna in.
  11. I recently dug up my MK5 pineapple and gave it a firmware update.. upon doing so i thought..why not do something cool with it? I had big plans for it at first, with a full fledged solar panel, lots of soldering and even a tiny wind turbine for running outside. Of course when i make things like this i like to draw up a diagram(my inner graphics nerd). So , i first came up with... I had gotten a bit complicated with it already, a pretty big project for something so simple. Luckily, i had gotten one of these for christmas So the solar panel part was taken care of already. I had basically everything else i needed. I laid it all out to see if all would work together before jamming it into a case(the case im using is probably not weatherproof). As of no i have no GSM dongle to use, but that may be added in the future. (this is a googletv case, originally what i thought about using) Its connected like this: 4000mah battery > 1000mah battery w/ solar panel > usb hub > beagle/pineapple. I figure this setup was good, because it gives me a sort of "double buffer" before i run out of power( please tell me if this is a bad idea or what, i honestly do not know..) For now, i have it setup like this.. I let it run, it lasted about 30 minutes before it died. I was able to connect to the kali board from the pineapples managemant AP. For the future, i noticed it was getting kinda hott in there. So i want to include a fan, i actually have one of these in my posession, but its 12v so i need a "5v to 12v step up". Im not sure how ill control that either, considering its a 4pin cpu fan i could either include an arduino(for even moar boards!) or write something on the beagle. 4pin fans like this CAN control the fan speed from the board their attached to, with a temp sensor attached to either the beagle or arduino, i could speed up the fan as it gets hotter, or slow it down. Would be cool.. If anyone knows a good GSM dongle i can use, that would be awesome. I did all this in about 20 minutes of playing around. Its basically fully functional, ready to mess around with clients. I just joined today, but god i love me some haxxor toys.
  12. I have a quick question too, i dont feel like it requires its own thread, thats why im asking it here. I found https://forums.hak5.org/index.php?/topic/28543-power-onoff-wifi-pineapple-mark-iv/ this thread. People there said you can just unplug the thing, is it safer to just send a halt command over the web interface and then unplug it? This is what i do with linux soc boards i have that do not have a power button. Just curious.
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