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  1. Has anyone used Ting with the Lan Turtle 3G?
  2. I believe that is only needed for SSH Terminal.
  3. This is what I did but your is showing an i/o timeout issue. So make sure all the below is correct. Get a Public IP such as (64.15.17.23) for your server Get a public domain and point the dns record such as "cave.domain.com" to the IP 64.15.17.23 Allow the DNS propagation to take plus I usually wait around 24 hours as Let's Encrypt DNS seems to be delayed a bit Ensure your servers firewall inbound rules allow "http (80) and https (443)" run the server using the following syntax like ./c2_community64 -hostname="cave.domain.com" -https Edited: added last step #5.
  4. I don’t think they have a build yet for arm processors yet though per YouTube it is something they are looking into.
  5. It would be nice to have a separate control/management plane from the beacon point to reduce attacks. Beacon Point HAK5 Devices connect to the beacon point via https/certificate Management Point Reduced attack surface Not exposed to the internet 2FA (Duo, Google) Encrypted data at rest.
  6. This is probably common knowledge for most people here but thought it could be useful Apply for a license from HAK5 C2 Get a Public IP such as (64.15.17.23) for your server Get a public domain and point the dns record such as "cave.domain.com" to the IP 64.15.17.23 Allow the DNS propagation to take plus I usually wait around 24 hours as Let's Encrypt DNS seems to be delayed a bit Ensure your servers firewall inbound rules allow "http (80) and https (443)" Launch the C2 Servers on your box such as: ./c2_community_linux64 -hostname "cave.domain.com" -https Take note of the setup token. This will be used to validate the setup. This will start the server and generate the configuration details and let's encrypt certificate within the database. Go to https://cave.domain.com Apply the setup token and the license key to the setup wizard and follow the steps. Notes: If you stop the server and relaunch it the "setup token" will not re-appear so be sure to write this down. It is required during setup. If you can't remember the setup token, stop the C2 Server and delete the c2.db file and start from step #6. You can copy the device.config into the respected device's /etc/ folder , once rebooting the device it should re-connect to your C2 Cloud Network.
  7. What folder do put the Device.config file on Wifi Pineapple
  8. Thanks I actually tried hostname as well. I now realize you are not creating a self signed certificate but a lets encrypt and needed to allow http into the firewall.
  9. Receiving the following error below. Anyone have any idea? Tried Ubuntu 18.x ,16.x /Windows 1803 and 1809 (latest) "acme/autocert missing server name"
  10. I was able to download the setup files with Google Chrome.
  11. I am shocked (not at the power, but it actually working), so so far the unit has been stable since plugging into the AC adapter . Wish I knew that before and set the expectations appropriately ;).
  12. Unit is being powered by USB 2.0 Ports being powered by desktop computer. Should I try a USB AC Adapter?
  13. Just adding, that I have already reset the device to Factory Settings.
  14. Hi I bought a Wifi PineApple Nano running on 2.0.2 and after setting up a few settings the nano crashes. It hasn't worked well since. Preface: Version: 2.0.2 IP: 172.16.42.1:1471 Running on Windows 7 SP1 x64 Enterprise (VMware Workstation) Guest VM Host Windows 10 Pro x64 1709 Windows 7 Internet Sharing setup, able to download bulletins and modules No Antivirus, Firewalls, or security software running on either Host or Guest VM. Issues: I am running Wifi PineApple Nano within a Windows 7 VMware Workstation VM. (Windows 10 does not work as Internet Sharing is no longer possible on 1709) At first I tried using the Recon Scan and put it into Continuous Mode. However that doesn't seem to reliably work and does seem to crash the nano more often now. When I run the Recon Scan manually it works better but it is not consistent, sometimes it works without issue, other times it just stops working. Just before it crashes the cpu goes to 100% Although the device seems to crash, SSH still seems to work. Plan: Try running this on a physical Windows 7 box but base on the fact the module for recon just freezes not sure if that will resolve anything. Question: Has anyone experienced this? Anyone have any more recent tutorial on how to use this without having the pineapple free every time i try to use it ..?
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