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Yelleke

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  1. Thank you for version 2.6.1, ! YOU ROCK ! As there are diferent verions on the tetra/nano firmware> Is it possible to show at the, 'Available Modules from Hak5' page, the version number of what fimware will work with this version of that 3rd party module. It is maybe possible to put something in the module like $Author = 'Darrekinne' $Version = '13.3.7' $Workwith = '2.5.4' Now I have to hope that when I select a module, it will work with the 2.6.1 and the 3rd party still wants to update the module. Maybe you can send a mail to the active authors to inplement such new feature and consider the not responding/updated modules as only working with 'the tested version' (like 2.5.4) As we all like to install some of the modules Is it also possible when I install a module, the depencies are installed togheter during install. And if I decide to install the module to sd (Nano), the depencies are also installed to the sd. Then the ugly red/green (whatever color the author likes to use) buttons are gone. In the module the author can set the depencies $Author = 'Darrekinne' $Version = '13.3.7' $Workwith = '2.5.4' $Depencies = 'reaver bully' maybe at some of your API's you can implement something like if($Depencies) { opkg install $Depencies $toSD } Is it not normal that we want to install the depencies if we install a module. What use does it have if not ? Yelleke 🤔
  2. I love both the Tetra and the Nano, but.. It would be nice if the firmware could see the difference between a tetra and a nano If the firmware knows its a tetra, it should not ask where to install modules and/or dependencies as there is no SD It would be nice if I select a module name, I go to the #top of that module page. Now have I to scroll down to select the wget module and have to scroll up again to see the page content.
  3. I can second that; The tar is been downloaded (9.986B or something), but nothing happens.
  4. Every OS or browser would like to test if the captive portal has internet access. Therefor I would like those connectivity or success pages hosted on the pineapple and spoof the url. For example: http://detectportal.firefox.com:80/success.txt If I like to spoof that success page, do put the page into the google evil portal directory on the sd card or do I have to put them into the nano home directory /var/www
  5. root@nano:~# pineapple karma add_mac 11:22:33:44:55:66 Sucessfully added MAC 11:22:33:44:55:66 If the client Filtering status is set to deny in the Filter module and adding the above command, will this block the mac address for further connection until reboot even when I can't see the client mac address into the module clientfiltering field. Or, is the above command not the correct one ?
  6. Thank you Foxtrot for your input. I have read your answer and been noted to not alter the DB. however, it is the way I'll go using SSH means I'll have to watch every connection and its my goal to have it full automated. the module Filters uses the same DB for storing its SSID's and MAC's I just use some functions of the module and it works well. And "IF" I would really **** it up, I'll replace the backup DB or reflash the firmware. No animals would be hurt or killed so, can you answer my question please
  7. I have a portal page and it asks for the client creds After the $_post, the client creds are logged in a txt file, pineapple notified... the client gets kicked, deauthed and hopefully get blocked, hopefully !!! to block the client, I would like to add the $mac to the mac_blacklist in the pineapple.db and for that I would like to know if it is doable. so, how many times or when does the Nano or Tetra reads the pineapple.db ??? at boot, when the client connect or when I open some module Thanks in advance
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