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  1. Does anyone else have an issue with the redirect? Once I enter in the details and click submit through the cloned landing page, it fails to redirect me to the initial requested website. Everything else works fine.
  2. I keep having an issue where when I use any of kbeflo's Evil Portals from Github, I click on 'log In' or 'submit' or whatever the confirmation button might be. The browser (I have tried both IE and Firefox) prompts me to open or save an index.json file. I have even tried other portals found across the forum but all of them keep resulting in that index.json file! Anyone know the solution to this? Am I missing something?
  3. I really appreciate the payload you have provided with the cursedscreech module, but I was just wondering, are there any other payloads out there that don't involve having to put it in an access key? In other words, the victim just has to download the executable file and run it, instead of having to do the whole generate access key thing. I've looked everywhere but can't seem to find any pre-configured payloads for the pineapple.
  4. I was finally able to find the solution! Apart from everything else I did above, you need to add the 'targetlogs' folder to the follow directory: /pineapple/modules/CursedScreech/includes/forest It looks like for some reason the new firmware updates have been causing issues where the 2 folders (keys & targetlogs) do not get created automatically. Anyway, hope this helps!
  5. Were you able to solve this issue? I am facing the same situation right now and can't figure out how to fix it!
  6. Okay so I figured out what the issue was. After taking a look at the InjectPHP for payloader, I noticed that there was supposed to be a 'keys' folder added to the directory: /pineapple/modules/PortalAuth/includes/pass/ After manually creating the keys folder using the cabinet module, I am now able to successfully generate an access key from the client. I am now facing a new problem that is very similar to Shadywriter's issue. I sent a Windows Alert through Kuro, it sent out the command but then when I close the popup from the target PC, Kuro immediately closes the connection. Now every ti
  7. Okay so I might have been able to figure out the error. I'm not sure if it is actually related but for this line: cs.startSecureServerThread("Payload.payload.pfx", "password") I changed "password" to the same password that I used when creating the payload certificate. Was I supposed to do this in the first place or does it not actually matter if the passwords are different? But now I have a new problem, when I click on the 'generate access key' button, nothing seems to happen? And if I click on it again or try to X out of it, the button ends up freezing and is 'not responding'. In the payload
  8. I am using the Pineapple Tetra with a windows 7 PC (for both host and client). I followed every step of your latest tutorial. The only difference is that I first moved the NetCli.exe payload into the /download/windows directory before cloning the website using Portal Auth. The reason I did this is because it looks the latest version of Portal Auth allows you to directly pick the payload when cloning, instead of hardcoding into the HTML inject. Can you please confirm that my method is correct? Anyway, the main problem I am facing is when I have a client click on the 'Download Network Client' li
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