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  1. If you're connecting by serial then you're in arming mode which doesn't support Ethernet. Use one of the switches and set to Ethernet attack vector. Then you may run the bb.sh and ssh into your bunny. Took me a few min to figure this out as well.
  2. Looks like they are updated via repository?
  3. Keep getting this error recently when cloning. clone_error_06_11_42.txt /pineapple/modules/PortalAuth/includes/scripts/libs/requests/packages/urllib3/connectionpool.py:747: InsecureRequestWarning: Unverified HTTPS request is being made. Adding certificate verification is strongly advised. See: https://urllib3.readthedocs.org/en/latest/security.html InsecureRequestWarning) /pineapple/modules/PortalAuth/includes/scripts/libs/requests/packages/urllib3/connectionpool.py:747: InsecureRequestWarning: Unverified HTTPS request is being made. Adding certificate verification is strongly advised. See: https://urllib3.readthedocs.org/en/latest/security.html InsecureRequestWarning)
  4. Makes perfect sense. It's funny I was going through loops to do something so easy has I just thought about it logically. Guess I don't think out of the box well ? Thanks again nick.
  5. You're right. I misunderstood. I thought you were telling me to tether to my laptop. That should work, didn't even clue into that. Thanks :)
  6. I want to control the pineapple by wifi either than tether from my laptop. Only way I've found so far That works is to use macchanger to clone the mac of my wireless wlan2 with my kali box and then Disconnect / connect the pineapple
  7. You don't need the LAN turtle. Just plug the cord into your computer, then plug your pineapple into the USB port. Share internet to the pineapple, and then you should be able to connect to the management interface via wifi from your other devices. I would strongly suggest disabling your open interface, making a strong password for your management interface and changing your pineapple IP address if you're going to do this... for security reasons.
  8. Anyone know a good method to authenticate the pineapple with a portal that makes you click to accept and get internet? Usually I would put my laptop on the wifi and then share internet to the pineapple, but I would like to use client mode and have the pineapple sit by itself and manage it via the management interface. thanks.
  9. Thanks man, this helped me. I couldn't get my terea working for an hour. Ended up starting it like you said, and repeatedly pounding the reset button hard like 50 times, and then the continue button finally worked. Honestly makes me wonder about quality control. I was really distraught that I was about to have to RMA my Tetra. I knew I was doing the process right, as I have a nano which wotks flawlessly now. I say now because my first one was defective, had to get replaced. Additionally, I just read that that some of the pineapple 1500's have the shut off problem..... I got my field kit and didn't use my 1500 for quite a while because I didn't need it really, and because I have a couple other Ankers that work well. Then, when i went to use it 4 (est) months later, it would just turn off when I tried to plug something in. I shrugged it off because who knows what I may have done unknowingly, and the fact that I had more usb chargers made it negligible. I've sent hak5 in total probably $1500 of my hard earned money in total, and it seems that most of my featured products have had major flaws that inhibit it's basic functionality. Replaced nano, broken pineapple juice, abusive handling for my tetra to work properly..... Hopefully at the least hak5 will replace my pineapple juice 1500. I really do like my products when I get them in working order. I'll reach out to them next week. Jeremy
  10. Hey guys, I'm having a little issue getting this all to work. Payload seems fine, portal seems fine, portalauth seems fine. I cloned the starbucks page like you did, downloaded the payload to my windows 10 box, ran it.... I see on Portalauth - Payload "New Target Acquired on port 0" Under Available Targets I see: Address: Port: 0 Hostname: DESKTOP-H960LSR OS: Microsoft Windows NT 6.2.9200.0 But when I go to CursedScreech, Under targets there is nothing available. And thus, when I run Kruo, it times out and no connection is made. Sein is running on br-lan. I have my pineapple connected to the web via usb stick wlan2 and i'm accessing the open pineapple interface via wifi. (making changes and testing on the same machine if that matters, but it shouldn't) I must have missed something, but I can't figure out what. additionally, how could I go about changing the Visual Studio payload to execute a meterpreter session routed to my kali attacker machine rather than CursedScreech? I know I could just substitute the payload, but that negates the functionality of portalauth. thanks nick, everything runs butter smooth. :)
  11. I used to use my nexus 7 wifi with my nano. It's just a weird thing to share an already borrowed wifi. Can't use marshmallow. Gotta use 5.1.1 and then the settings will have a USB tether option to enable. You won't be able to get the ip unless you connect with another device to the management interface and then ssh to the nano to run an ifconfig. That will tell you the ip your tablet assigned the nano. Made my life so much easier getting a galaxy s7 on its own line.
  12. Is there certain browser this works better with than others? I got the module installed, and it's capturing connections and displaying them, but I can't get a single sniffed credential. Facebook, Gmail, Hotmail. Tried on safari and chrome with no avail. Even if I click through all the certificate warnings and proceed to the site. Safari won't even let me access https sties regardless.
  13. If you use open VPN, you should be able to put a remote computer on the network with bettercap / whatever you want to do. That's what I do anyway. The target network will just obviously need Internet access.
  14. Hello. I have my turtle setup on my network using open VPN to tunnel to my vps. Everything works, but I wish the turtle to assign ips to my home subnet that the turtle resides on instead of its own subnet. Ie turtle subnet is 172.42.x.x and my home network which the turtle is plugged into subnet is 10.0.x.x (comcast) When I connect remotely, my devices are assigned ip 172.42.x.x and I wish them to be 10.0.x.x How can I accomplish this? Almost like I need it to be an access point. I have this in another section but I think it's a better fit question here. Thanks.
  15. Interesting. I think you have to pay for tether with att. My plan has hotspot, but I can't use it with my nano because it's an iPhone. Hopefully no problem with the s7, although I'm sure there will be a root method shortly.
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