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  1. Quick question: Should we be seeing any activity scrolling by within SSLStrip in the console? I see plenty of requests and responses through dns2proxy, but nothing in the former. Any thoughts?
  2. same situation here, i just assume that its a hardware problem at this point because it just flat out does not work at all. neither of them do, or from the console when ssh'd in.
  3. no, not completely, definitely not as it seems Houdini's works. each firmware version has made it less functional to the point of where it's now sitting on a shelf unused. no matter what power source i use, pineap doesn't function as intended... and if i use a single module, it's done for at 100% cpu until i pull the plug.
  4. Late reply but i tried this and nmap states the host is down. Process as follows: Connect my phone to the TETRA Open AP and while it's connected, run nmap on the IP and hostname, both through SSH and the module. Device shows as connected through the Clients page the entire time. Maybe this isn't intended for devices connected, or I'm missing something?
  5. Interested as well, in addition, what are some currently known to work 4G usb dongles?
  6. Would it be possible to show the external IP in one of the sections above? I was going to create a module to simply output that data but this module has all the info and more, it seems to make sense to include that, right? What do you think? Thanks for all these goodies you've created btw
  7. Running into strange behaviors with the current firmware on Tetra. SSLsplit always shows as started even if it's not. I've emptied the page cache, restarted multiple times, it's not checked to autostart and yet it appears to be stuck in the 'started' state. Thought it might be browser cache, but clearing that didnt fix it either. Any thought?
  8. i have run into issues on the tetra where using dwall with other modules will cause them to stop, the latest one was sslsplit. it just stops, as if there was a crash, and it doesn't relaunch the module process. not sure how to investigate the cause of this in the logs...
  9. I too have this issue with my Tetra, using the Site Survey module. Same results, huge cap files that claim there's a handshake but it's not really doing it. I've even followed the same process that you have by converting them because of what's being created.
  10. Not to be a dick here, but trying to jam the signal of a drone and down it sounds like a terribly dangerous thing to do... unless it's yours and over your property, this could result in serious physical harm to others, not to mention lots of other legal things.
  11. Thank you both, this is really cool. I'm now even more interested in learning about rudimentary antenna technology. I had no idea that it would beacon out in a plane from the center, though understanding how a directional antenna works is easier to grasp. Either way, great stuff!
  12. Does anybody have tips for optimal positioning when it comes to antennas? For instance, which side do we aim in what direction for PineAP's functions, or are they all designed to operate vertically at 90 degrees for best signal?
  13. When attempting to use bully it always quits immediately with "Session save file appears corrupted, exiting" in the log file... any thoughts? Edit - solved my problem in about 15 seconds, so if anyone else runs into that, just ssh into the Pineapple and delete the files in /root/.bully/ and it should go away. Steps to reproduce: Start bully, wait a few minutes. Quit using stop button at the top. Attempt to resume session, unable to due to above error. Tried 3 times with the same results and had to delete files via ssh to get a new session going.
  14. would there be a way to enable the deauth / capture of multiple ap's at a time? like for instance when running airmon-ng one can grab multiple handshakes passively, correct?
  15. Thanks for the updates, looking forward to the new firmware :)
  16. First screenshot, your subnet mask should be 255.255.255.0 ​ After you enable ICS and it sets the adapter IP to 192.168.*.* as in screenshot 2, you'll have to go back in and set it to the correct IP and DNS which should be similar to what you have for #1, with a fixed subnet as my previous comment. Also add in 8.8.8.8 for Preferred DNS. ​ ​ ​Windows 10 is really wonky and I have to enable / disable ICS often, and reconfigure everything. Best method I've found is to enable ICS on the adapter, then go and configure the IP on the Pineapple adapter. If it doesn't stick, I disable ICS reenable and set the proper IP info again. Often it takes a refresh to stick... not sure why. ​
  17. thanks WM this looks great! just tried it out, not sure if im choosing the wrong settings, but reaver always reports 'could not associate with AP' indefinitely, and stays at 0% forever. I know settings make a difference if WPS locking or whatever kicks in, but is there a "better" approach to using this through the module. More for anyone else who has tried, I know you're a busy bee.
  18. So I did some more experimenting, ran aircrack on windows. Sometimes it did find the handshake as the module stated, however wpaclean, oclhashcat, and onlinehashcrack.com all said that it was false. wpaclean actually resulted in a "bad file" error. So not sure what the cap files have wrong with them, but not experienced enough at analyzing it line by line, but nothing seems to be able to work with it even though the few times aircrack agreed there was a handshake present. So strange. I will try to pm you a very small handshake cap to look at if that might help
  19. I've tried many more times sometimes with caps above 50mb and aircrack still tells me there's been no handshake even though the module says so Also the timer is a nice addition, thanks WM
  20. And I figured out what was causing the above problem - though I cant fix it. When controlling the NANO through the Management interface it starts trying to process the data coming through it. Dont know if that's causing any problems using the module, but it's definitely grabbing stuff that isn't necessary. Might even be causing crashing? Is there any way we could have an interface selection option or possibly force it to only pull info from the AP / bridged interface and not the management AP? I was only able to find this because of the Connected Client module, when I noticed that management AP was going through wlan0-1 and that's where the IP was - but it never shows in the default devices section (for obvious reasons I guess)
  21. It's strange... new app aside, I can enable tethering on my phone through my computers USB port but through the NANO it starts charging the phone. Samsung Galaxy S4 btw, same results as the previous app though now I can't enable it at all.
  22. While this isn't a process, it gives me an idea for a module that would work like switches on the MKV... pre-programmed launch processes where we could define a set of run-time steps for specific modules with pre-determined settings, and then activate more based on a schedule / uptime / logging stats / checkpoints. How cool would that be? Instead of physical switches, just set a task and let it run through!
  23. + time of day, client's connected and their mac addresses, etc
  24. I've done it this way, but just using the module... making sure one of them has a monitor interface up. Let it run for a bit, accumulate a cap under 10mb, and then manually submit to OHC and no matter what they all result in "Sorry, we are unable to find any valid WPA handshakes in your file. Try another dump or read our tutorial, or contact us for manual checking." even though the module says it's been captured. I can disconnect and reconnect to my AP like 50 times and it still says nothing was captured according to the website, but the module states YES with only a few IVs. What gives?
  25. Just following up on my previous PineAP thing, flashing it (AGAIN!! x50) seemed to fix most problems recently. However I still get the random problem where nothing gets an IP or hostname until I reboot the nano. Super strange... kind of frustrating... but at least rebooting fixes it?
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