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  1. Just a note for individuals. If you are experiencing SSH issues (like others) please ensure that your C2 Cloud Server is up to date. When first logging in you should see a notification to upgrade.
  2. So a good example of a reverse proxy is this... "Void-Byte and All Your Base are best friends. All Your Base has a crush on Hak5, and wants to ask Hak5 on a date. However, All Your Base does not want anyone to know they asked Hak5 on a date. So instead All Your Base asks Void-Byte to ask Hak5 on his behalf. Now people think Hak5 asked All Your Base on a date when it was in reality All Your Base."
  3. Please remember that obfuscation is not truly considered a form of "security". Even though you will open port 443 for HTTPS that form of traffic is encrypted, and if you harden your server you can help counter general threats. If you are worried about people seeing that you have an open port you can create firewall rules to inhibit external traffic to that port, utilize anti-scanner tools, etc.
  4. Did you ensure that each device has been loaded with the AND updated to the most recent firmware? If so, I think your issue most likely is with how you're hosting, or is being blocked locally.
  5. Have you checked that port 22, 2022, and 80 are all open? If you're using https make sure port 443 is open as well.
  6. Hi Treebug, You really shoudn't be using port 80 for SSH as this port is used for HTTP. SSH is normally on port 22 (and for C2 2022). I would remove the "-sshport 80" and rerun your script. Your devices are trying to communicate via port 2022, but you're only listening on port 80, hence why C2 can't communicate and vice versa. Refer to my guide if you need a better understanding. Happy belated X-Mas! Best, VB
  7. Hi Treebug, You really shoudn't be using port 80 for SSH as this port is used for HTTP. SSH is normally on port 22 (and for C2 2022). I would remove the "-sshport 80" and rerun your script. Your devices are trying to communicate via port 2022, but you're only listening on port 80, hence why C2 can't communicate and vice versa. Refer to my guide if you need a better understanding. Happy belated X-Mas! Best, VB
  8. Hello, Did you ensure that you have SSH installed/enabled/started? Best, V
  9. Hi @TheSentinel you stated that port 8022 was open. Did you perhaps mean 2022? The following ports are required for C2 Cloud (unless you changed). Ports: 80,22,443,2022 (when utilizing https).
  10. Hi @TheSentinel could you verify that you have port 2022 open on your machine? P.S. I'll try to replicate this on my end as well. Just a heads up however, there's a new update for C2 which is V2.1.1 that you can update to by simply logging into your C2 cloud.
  11. Hi @nikmel420 as @Flatlinebb stated you will want to put your Domain Name (e.g. c2.fun.com) or your Servers IP Address (e.g. 1.1.1.1) after the "-hostname" argument in steps 7. If you are using a local machine such as your PC, Laptop, or Raspberry Pi you will want to use the IP Address of that machine such as 192.168.122.x.
  12. Post has been updated to reflect suggestions, and updates from Hak5. LetsEncrypt option has been removed due to the implementation of ACME V2 via C2 V2.1.0.
  13. @UnLo @Flatlinebb The certbot fully automates the installation of the certificate. There's currently a bug as of 11/09/2019 that signs the certificate incorrectly. I submitted a bug report, and just waiting to hear back.
  14. WiFi Pineapple Tetra on 2.6.2, and using 2.0.0 C2 Cloud Community Edition. Loot is not being collected automatically, recon doesn't work, probes doesn't work, and neither does clients.
  15. Your statement might be a far bit out of date, but Google will in fact assist in investigating user activities. We've had them assist us a few times especially when we kept getting alerts about failed login attempts from abnormal IPs (ended up being a VPN). Google Suite is a very common cloud based solution for storage/email/etc. Also, to respond to your first statement about "do what they want with your data" that has a very specific scope.
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