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  1. If you haven't done so already, I'd save common passwords into a database, so when people search for a hash you can just spit the plaintext right back out.
  2. Lol nobody is a user just like any other. Linux has easter eggs built into it, you'll learn that the more you play with it. Atd is a scheduling operation, which means it will tell certain scripts when to run. I don't personally have a pineapple, so I can't tell you what process you need to kill, as I don't know what the name of the process is that's reviving those daemons and putting you back into managed mode. However, I can ping @Sebkinne, as he built the WiFi pineapple, and hope that he should be able to help us figure out what's going on.
  3. Use top by default, you can see all users processes. You then take the pid (process id) of that program and type kill 000000 Where 000000 is the process ID of the program you want to kill. If you're still confused, look into killing daemon processes on linux. If you already know the name of the process you want to kill, you can use the command I wrote above.
  4. Does your prompt end in "$" or "#"? If it's #, you're running as root, which means you don't need sudo. Check kill kills those processes, but those processes are necessary for networking to work, which means the pineapple has a script that keeps bringing them back. You can kill them manually: killall -9 NAMEOFPROCESS but if it's a revival script, it'll just keep bringing those processes back. I don't think you're able to do sniffing without killing a few processes, which is why your airodump is failing. You should look into what's running, using top.
  5. Yes, you should be seeing that. Is your adapter in monitor mode? sudo airmon-ng start wlan0 Where you replace wlan0 with the name of your interface. I can't really give any other help than that based on the info that you provided. We're going to need a bit more about what you're trying in order to try to help you if the above doesn't solve the problem.
  6. 1. You should be running linux, it's far superior, but we're not going to get into that today. 2. You need to make sure you're using the entire filepath, or that the password file is in the same folder as the executable program. Windows is really finicky with this. The entire filepath starts with C:\\ , make sure that's the one you're using. You can find it by navigating to the folder where the wordlist is and clicking where it shows you the folder you're in in File explorer.
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