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  1. Mine's running the latest firmware that doesn't work properly.
  2. I've finally found some time to come back to the LanTurtle and see if I can get modules to autostart on boot. I've performed a manual factory reset of the LT with latest firmware (4), and decided to have another crack at the Netcat-revshell module, and I'm still not having this module start from boot. 1. I've tested a manual start of this module and my NC listener works - I can interact with the LT machine from my remote box 2. I've set the Bootup status to ENABLED, and rebooted 3. After login to the LT again, I can see that the netcat-revshell module still has Bootup Status: ENABLED, and current status: STOPPED 4. I can manually start this module and it works like a charm. 5. I've looked at another module - URLSnarf. that's not saving my configuration selection (save log to /tmp/) so here's another module that's not fully working. This is just frustrating; @Sebkinne and @Darren Kitchen are there any plans to look into this issue? I'm not the only user with these problems. Has Hak5 stopped supporting LT? If so, please confirm and I'll ditch the LT altogether and not spend more time on it anymore. I really want to use the LT on engagements, and to generally have a play around with some of the other modules that use tools/tech I've not spent much time with. If the LT is flawed, then it's just an expensive usb-ethernet adapter. hope that we see these issues resolved soon
  3. @Sebkinne has looked into this and messaged to say that he's identified the issue and a new firmware will be released.
  4. Further to my post about Netcat reverse shell not starting, I've spent more time with the LanTurtle trying to get it working. I've noticed that whatever module I enable, it doesn't run at boot. I've also noticed that with the Netcat module there have been times where I've started the module, only to find that when I return to the main netcat module screen, it's not running. Unsure how I got it working. It's very frustrating as I'm currently left with a LanTurtle that I have to SSH into whilst at the same device it's plugged into. Not overly covert :) Has anyone else had problems with enabled modules not starting? Not necessarily with V4 firmware, any version will do Thanks in advance
  5. Update: I manually reset the Turtle today using latest firmware, re-downloaded modules. Same story, when a module is set to auto start, they don't actually start. Has anyone else experienced this issue lately? It's been a frustrating week of this so any suggestions or pointers will be gratefully received.
  6. @Darren Kitchen and @Sebkinne Are there any logs I can tail, or configs that I should look at to diagnose this problem? I'm using latest firmware V4. Thanks in advance
  7. I've reset my Lan Turtle, installed the latest firmware and am now looking at the netcat reverse shell. If I start/stop it manually then everything works fine, but if I set Bootup Status to Enabled, when I reboot, the setting is retained but the module hasn't actually started. Any suggestions where to look or what to do? Any logs that will assist in solving the problem? Cheers
  8. You need to get even closer.
  9. If you've got time to prepare whilst other presentations are on, why not run a recon as close to the clients as you can get, and try to identify their devices. Then you can log probes that their devices are making, and set up PineAP with some of their SSIDs, and omit any other probes - that way you keep it targeted to the client and show them that they can be singled out pretty easily. Might be worth finding out if there are any legal issues with this before you embark
  10. The changes I make (via my Nano front end) to the landing page are saved into /etc/pineapple/landingpage.php This is the page that I see when I connect to PineAP with my phone. the images and other php files that my landing page uses are called from /www/ so, it's all working, but is the landing page being stored in the correct location?
  11. I don't have /etc/www folder - I assume I create this myself, or should it be present by default?
  12. sounds valid, thanks for feeding back some further info; my devices are connected to my local Wi-Fi network, not the PineAP. I've looked at the mac address of some of the devices broadcasting from my neighbours, and if the results are to be believed, a device vendor search shows some of them as Apple devices too. I'll play around more and report back
  13. Q: Just lately I've noticed that when running PineAP, my mobile devices (iOS, Mac OS) aren't probing much. When I check the logs, I see that my neighbours devices, and other devices where I'm scanning are making far more probes. I'd have expected the local/stronger signal devices to make the probes, especially as they've been more prevalent with their probing in the past. any thoughts?
  14. Cheers! it's enabled but I didn't realise that I needed to have the user hit that redirect. I said I was missing something.... :)
  15. I think I'm missing something really obvious with this; my connected client is browsing (confirmed via tcpdump). When I look at this module, I've not got any client info. Suggestions? cheers
  16. long shot; have you cleared browser cache first?
  17. Asus Netbook with Kali 1.0 LG Leon 4G Android 5.1 Macbook Pro/iPad Air/iPhone 6 for SSH into Nano
  18. In it for the money? I have no affiliation with HAK5, I've never met or spoken to anyone from Hak5, so I can impartially say that I suspect your talking cobblers. think about how much time these guys have spent getting this product to Beta release, how much work has gone into the design, sourcing of parts, sourcing of manufacturers, and the countless hours of development work that's gone into the R&D and general development work to get it into our hands. Now factor in how many units they're likely to sell, the profit margin that isn't going to buy them all a Porsche, and the ongoing support that they are providing. Stick with learning why you aren't having success, provide as much info as you can here, learn from those that have got their Nano working with the same OS as you. I'm *very* new to Pineapple, and I've found it frustrating getting up to speed with that and Linux, which I'm really not strong with. Persevere with it, you'll have an epiphany, get something working that then points you to another avenue of investigation, and enjoy the successes that you'll make.
  19. Silly question, but is it filling in incorrect information that you've previously supplied that was also incorrect? Have you tried: clear cache, history, passwords etc check 'save passwords' toggle? maybe some more info on what happens when you say 'saving and filling in the password properly'
  20. Might be of use to those running an iOS device, and hence no tethering; I've picked up an LG Leon for £50 from EE. It's PAYG and EE allow tethering, some network operators block PAYG tethering. Just tested the Pineapple app and tethering, all good. I don't work for EE, just passing the info on. the phone itself is very unremarkable Looking forward to playing around with the Nano on my commute now! *edit: it's an Android device
  21. Out of interest, what are your expectations? I'm (very) new to Pineapple, and went for a drive through my local high street the other day with the Nano sat on the front seat; I was really impressed by the 46 different SSID's and 21 Associations that were made in a 5 minute poodle through the town. Maybe I was lucky and managed to drive through a very SSID heavy area.
  22. That's awesome and really interesting to read - ever thought of making some money on the side? $1k boxes still gives you an amazing mark up and undercuts the vendors. Guess it depends if you can be bothered with the hassle of supporting it once it's out there in the hands of consumers.
  23. Cheers Seb, I can wait for the FW release, I was just wondering where I'd drop the modules via command line; just wanting to learn how the Nano ticks
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