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  1. @netsolcares I need some help with my email please. I can only see new emails in the portal page and not in my actual inbox

  2. When using SSLSplit, we know that the browsers give an unsecure connection error because the certificates are not valid, but I have read that if one were to buy a valid certifricate and use that, they can avoid the browser warning. If I were to buy a SSL certificate, how would I about doing this with the WiFi Pineapple SSLSplit module?
  3. @blockchain I am trying to send bitcoins from the app and I get this error. What does it mean? I have enough BTC. https://t.co/9jsND0EVbv

  4. Is it possible to use my android phone's 4G/LTE internet with the pineapple so that devices connecting to the pineapple will have internet?
  5. I was wondering, since the Tetra has larger antennae, how good is the range?
  6. I appreciate the reply. Trust me, the devices are barely even 8 feet away. and Yes, some will stay connected, while others will not.
  7. Anyone? I'd like to know what's the reason behind this issue.
  8. I can get a few devices to connect to the PineAP but some of them disconnect to PineAP shortly after. What could be the reason behind this? All the devices were in range. I'm running the latest Pineapple NANO firmware. Also, if it's worth mentioning, all devices are iPhones.
  9. Yes, from here http://www.asix.com.tw/download.php?sub=driverdetail&PItemID=97 Go to devices and Printers, right click device, click properties, go to the hardware tab, click properties, click change settings in the general tab, now navigate to the driver tab. click update driver, and locate the folder that you extracted with the files and install.
  10. Sorry for my ignorance, but I could not find a clear answer. If someone could explain this I'd greatly appreciate it.
  11. I know that PineAP basically creates a fake Access Point so that devices automatically connect to it, but under what circumstances would this work for computers and iPhones? Today while I was out with my friends, I decided to try it out and SOME of them connected to the access points, but what I noticed was that all of the access point names that they were connected to were ones such as "attwifi" and others that look like they would be free and wouldn't require a password. Is it required for the user to have had previously joined a WiFi network that did not require a password? or how does this whole process of getting them to connect work?
  12. To the two users above, try installing the dependencies on a SD Card if you're not already doing so.
  13. Under what condition would dns spoofing work? It doesn't work for websites such as Google and Facebook.
  14. I believe that they've stopped making the Mark V. If you want the old interface back, you could try replicating it by modifying the CSS to make it look like the old one but I don't know if that would work out. The coding with the new NANO is completely different.
  15. I believe you'll need to use an SD Card.
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