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  1. I have been having problems with clients recently i wonder if it is a simular problem. Not after community support or some one to push solutions my way just a +1 for having problems with clients
  2. +1 here for this issue. It doesnt phase me but could be a issue for those who like to log there audits. Same as above only a problem in the web interface. Thanks for your time
  3. Any chance of getting the 180 otg adaptor from the tactical set added to the hack shop as a seperate item. They are not easy to find online and even if you buy the tactial edition which is pushed on you to use the nano for its optimal intended purpose. You will still eventually were the plug down from every day use. Every one who makes use of these even know normal otg cables get there wear and tear so it is a common practice to buy in bulk. Thanks for your time.
  4. Did you ever find out why you were not able to add clients from your scans to filters
  5. i have the book now. So what will you learn if you read it. A bit of history of the 6th generation of the wifi pine apple .Its use and how it fits into the work flow. You will learn about its hardware components though it did not include a circuit diagram. You will learn about what wifi is and how it is broken down. You will learn about the pineapples power needs in detail. You will get a guided example of the pineapples pine ap functions with each part of the pine ap section explained . A explained paragraph or two on moduals. a install guide for windows/linux/android. Plus a bit more. So basicly some info on the pineapple and some of the info hack five spoke about wene darren and sharon did there wifi hacking episodes and explained frames,becons ect. I admit wene i ordered the book i was exspecting it to just look good on the bookcase and nothing else after there first book on the pineapple but this one was a good read. Some people may be advanced enough to understand the knowledge already but for some one who would like some more knowledge on the pine apple and its work flow and hardware this book works well. should this book contain more info on a few subjects well i think the answer to that is there is always room for improvement and that this book should come default with the pineapple. But even though it does not its only 10$ if you live in the usa ( more for me in australia) if i wanted to buy all there books that are on sale at the current moment of this post it would cost me 70$ that includes shipping in the future i will probly buy them all and post my thoughts. There is probly some things i left out and if so i apologise.
  6. I have fluxion on my nethunter but wene it is ran in the nethunter terminal it will ask to be ran in a graphical instance so relly its only useful to me if i run it in a vnc. which i prefer not to do so i do not use fluxion...for me it is not the future . Jokes aside you probly could run it differently but i just moved away from it. How i got it on the nethunter ? , i gitcloned it. As well as other dependencies .
  7. I just ordered the wifi pine apple feild guide to compliment the nano and mk5 that i already own. My question is. Is there going to be some decent subject content or will it pretty much just be a install guide just like the wifi pineappleing book that was previously on the hack store but removed. Any one enjoy the book ?.
  8. Could you imagine the heat that watch would generate if it had its own wifi. I dont use smart watches so i have no clue if they do i just assume they connect to things via blue tooth. but if you dont mind something bulky on your wrist that had something similar to a node mcu or some of the other esp boards it would make a interesting wrist deauther.
  9. its about 70% legit...the other 30% is curiosity :)
  10. I love them they are a beast of a phone
  11. Oh boy what a thread. i dont attend infosec meetings ect but what i do carry every day out side of that. Maxpedition. wallet with the norm wallet contents and a sparrows mace and expansion set and a few blank access cards. one plus phone ( what ever is latest i always upgrade) ( custom nethunter rom) Leatherman multi tool ( mut eod) sparrows creeper case with a full set of south ord slim euro picks with out handles ( the only ones that you can fit a full line of picks in a small case) a hall pass also in the case aswell as three different sized z bars and tok tools in the case. and i guess a water bottle. items i carry depend on the day. why lock picks ? , i drink alot of energy drinks , sometimes 6 a day as im a tradesman and most of the time bathrooms that are nere were i am working are closed after hours so i like to be able to shit in a toilet and not in the grass.
  12. Did some research and answered my own question. I got to a usb to power barrel adaptor of ebay ( looked at the charger for correct barrel size.) Found a power bank that had a switch for varible power outputs and matched it to the correct power usage that the pine apple requires ( again just looked at the charger). It ran for for 5 hours whilst running in idle before i turned it off. It could probly last longer but i didnt need to test it for longer then that as my mk5 is just a deauther box. As for the brand of the power bank it was a china cheapy with a varible led power switch and i added my own 1860 cells to it
  13. Nmap isn't anything new for me and is one of the most important tools I use I was just hoping a device detection would have been added to the recon/pine ap suite tab to help streamline use of the pine apple. I will likely code the feature myself as there are a few other features I would like the nano to have that I have knowticed there aren't any moduals for. I used to run the ethernet from my older mk 5 into a Wireshark tap to the router and it was amazing...maybe something to work on with my tetra after I get my nano to were I am happy. :)
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