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  1. Just wanted to note here that cracking with cluster computing methods would be the method here Serious cracking is not gonna be a nanos forte. Capture, monitor and injections are what the nano is good at. If you want to discuss a sister system to crack with the pineapple. Id look into cluster computing methods. In theory a rasp pi bramble could come in handy with options for portability.
  2. 1.5amps you need. 2 or more for peripherals
  3. One cannot buy something like the pineapple and expect all methods to work like day one. Security flaws are meant to be patched. For a brief demonstration, you can configure an AP with weak security just to show a scenario. There are plenty of methods to gain access with a pineapple. The easy ones like pixie are not going to beat an advanced method in terms of overall effectiveness. If you want to talk about the real threats, they are probably at least 50% or more a social engineering technique that would give up info from anyone that is a victim of their bias blindspots. So if you want a good cyber security presentation, incorporate the social hacking. That part is not going to change anytime soon. Advanced wireless password cracking may not even be needed to gain access. Its a facepalm situation if your drilling the backdoor of the vault when the side patio door is open. The side patio door is always going to be an easier access, especially if the target believes the front of the vault is strong enough.
  4. 1) Give the nano a moment to display results. Sometimes it needs to think. 2) Format the sd. its an option under the usb tab. To answer 3 and 4. I would need more info on your set up. Good luck
  5. Nano only sees 2.4ghz. There is a note from Cisco it says "" In some deployments, multiple SSIDs are enabled on an a single AP. Some SSIDs may have legacy bit rates disabled which shortens the coverage radius on 2.4GHz or the SSID may only have 5GHz enabled. The site survey should measure the coverage cells of each SSID independently within the extended service set to determine if adequate coverage is met. "
  6. Ok. This is not going to work without an additional battery. You can get charge to your phone through the pineapple but not the other way around. Get it? :)
  7. Cloning a portal and reconfiguring the dns would produce the result you want. would it not?
  8. Ahem. Well bro. May I call you bro, bro? Windows 10? Well there is a setting, that interferes with the pnpl Internet. When you find this setting let us know. I just tether or wlan2. Those are best.
  9. Is it possible to mesh nano and tetra routers on the same network?
  10. You will be fine. Save your list of ssids. And re-enter using cabinet.
  11. Stock antennas are 2 dbi. I also have 3dbi. 3dbi is fatter.
  12. Isn't there a drop down list to activate certain peripherals in vm? I've had to manually tell it to use devices before rather than just on the system os. Don't know if that's relevant anymore. My setup has gone away from VMware over the years.
  13. There was a few times my pnpl was like that. After messing around with the features the hardware limits are very easy to spot. You can get the pnpl doing some multi-tasking but you should be careful putting too much on the nano. It's under that higher load that there seems to be situations of "the straw that broke the camels back" and weird things may occur. I've not tried the tetra yet but I imagine for a lot of things that is the better device to develop on. More meat and potatoes included in that package. Good luck
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