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  1. The problem is needing to escape the QUACK string because it includes a bash variable. This pull request fixes it: https://github.com/hak5/bashbunny-payloads/pull/17 The correct line is: QUACK STRING powershell ".((gwmi win32_volume -f 'label=''BashBunny''').Name+'payloads\\$SWITCH_POSITION\d.cmd')"
  2. Thanks for fixing my bug @rastating! I didn't realize you needed to escape QUACK commands... Github issue reference: https://github.com/hak5/bashbunny-payloads/issues/13
  3. Aww. Thanks anyway Darren. I guess I'll try running access server and community edition at the same time :/
  4. Thanks Darren! I tried forwarding LAN to WAN in /etc/config/firewall but it made no difference. I want to do what you're doing in the video but using OpenVPN community edition instead of access server but there is absolutely no information on how add a client as a gateway anywhere I can find, do you know how?
  5. Hey guys, I got an OpenVPN client working on the Nano super easily. The command is opkg update && opkg install openvpn-openssl --dest sd Anyway once I have it connected I cannot ping (or connect in any other way) the nano from my computer (the OpenVPN server) but I can do the reverse. I have temporarily disabled ALL iptables rules and set the chain defaults to ACCEPT and still nothing. I'd like to say I'm decent at figuring out iptables but I can't work with the zone_wan_input and zone_lan_input, etc chains but I'm assuming that's not the problem because I deleted all of them (temporarily). This is also an issue on the Turtle for me. I have not tried setting the Nano or Turtle as default gateways on my server because I'm not using openvpn-as (access server), just plain old openvpn command line community edition so I'm not sure how to do that and can't find anything on google on how to do that. Here are my current iptables rules on the openvpn server: ip=`curl -sS -4 http://icanhazip.com` iptables -A FORWARD -s 10.8.0.0/24 -d 10.8.0.0/24 -j ACCEPT iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -s 10.8.0.0/24 -o eth0 -j SNAT --to $ip It'd be great if anybody had some insight on a solution, thanks in advance!
  6. The Pineapple can only do 2.4ghz, so that's what the dongle is for. Adding 5ghz support.
  7. Couldn't find those drivers precompiled for Openwrt, and I couldn't compile them myself. Any other ideas anyone?
  8. I'm looking for a nano-compatible 5GHz usb wireless dongle (small form factor). The drivers don't have to be preinstalled, they just need to exist for the nano. It would also be nice if it had monitor mode capabilities. Injection support would be a bonus. There doesn't seem to be anything like this on the Hakshop. I've been doing some looking on Amazon and this seems promising: http://www.amazon.com/StarTech-com-Wireless-AC-Network-Adapter-USB433WACDB/dp/B00NJF21EQ/ I believe it uses AC600. Some people say it has monitor mode but driver issues. There's also this which I couldn't find any information on: http://www.amazon.com/Edimax-EW-7811UTC-Dual-Band-Connectivity-Exceeding/dp/B00FW6T36Y Thanks for any help!
  9. First I'd try executing mount /dev/DEVICE_NAME /mnt If that works and you can access the flash drive at /mnt I'd add config 'mount' option target '/sd' option device '/dev/DEVICE_NAME' option fstype 'auto' option options 'rw,sync' option enabled '1' to fstab.
  10. wlan0-1 is because you're running an open AP and a management AP. If you disable the management AP wlan0-1 disappears. On a side note it'd be nice to know if you can disable the open AP as well. I was just thinking it might help use less power when in recon mode.
  11. I think you have what I'm saying confused. They are not on my physical machine. They are merely connected to the Pineapple's open AP from their laptop.
  12. @Darren I'm not concerned with regular users. This is for the sysadmins or people who would look up WiFi Pineapple to find out what it is or people who already own one being able to find out information about yours. Ex: they could find out if you have Cabinet or any other module installed by going to http://172.16.42.1:1471/#/modules/Cabinet without needing to log on. @audibleblink's CSS solves the issue of someone looking up WiFi Pineapple and going to your site and to find out information unless they know you can disable that CSS on the right side of Chrome's Developer Tools which makes it look exactly how it did before.
  13. Glad you all agree and I'm liking the ideas! Specifically I'll be trying editing the CSS. Hopefully we'll see what Seb or Darren have to say for a more permanent solution.
  14. Hi, I really love the new UI design, besides the pre-login phase. It looks as below: Initially this concerned me because I thought it showed data in the background before you logged in which is false. Later when I was learning the new API on my own I developed a module called "Reboot" that does as expected, reboots and turns off the machine. My problem is the below is shown even before I log in: In the background there is a leak of information about the module. This can be viewed for any module that's installed to see what the Pineapple owner might be doing or working on. Would it be possible to have an option to force a user to look at a generic login page before viewing anything or do you think that would be excessive? Thanks for the consideration
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