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CuChulaind

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  1. Spoke too soon. Revert my Tetra to factory default, now it is not recognized again . . .
  2. Just installed this using git. After clicking the "Install Dependencies" button, and then under Settings, clicking the "Use Default", I get the address of "https://portalauth.s3.us-east-2.amazonaws.com/cptest.html" and I do NOT get the expected "Clone Portal" button. If however if I change the address to something else like "https://www.starbucks.com" I do get the "Clone Portal" button. Even "https://starbucks.com" results in getting the button.
  3. FWIW mine is now recognized in WIndoze 10. While I had my Pineapple plugged in via USB, I did a Windoze update (I knew I had updates coming) and it magically works for me now. I have yet to work with it in Linux.
  4. The one from here: https://www.wifipineapple.com/downloads#tetra
  5. Just received a new Tetra. Went to the 1st time setup page, and I am greeting with the attached. Is this an older firmware version? It is not like my previous Tetra initial setup page. If so, how do I upgrade to the 2.4.2 version? When I click continue and I press the reset button, my old Tetra would automatically go to the next page. This one does not. The 3rd page I am asked to upload the update, my old one I was not, I was taken to the setup page. I point it to the latest firmware, press upgrade, and am taken to a success and wait page. 30 seconds later or so I am taken back to the upload page. What gives?
  6. Is there perhaps a driver I am missing? If so which one?
  7. For the record I am using the power supply that came with the device, and yes I get an IP when connected via the USB to eth1 (which works intermittently) of 172.16.42.206. This is using Linux per the support email, but the same work in Windows. I'll go steps further and report that I am running 2.4.1 after upgrading to 2.4.2 via PineAP and no improvement. On the web GUI I am able to connect through wlan1 to surrounding WiFi's, and pass this connection to my tethered Linux laptop. I still however can NOT connect to the device via wifi either by Linux, Windows 10, android or iPhone. #56732
  8. For the record I am using the power supply that came with the device, and yes I get an IP when connected via the USB to eth1 (which works intermittently) of 172.16.42.206. This is using Linux per the support email, but the same work in Windows. I'll go steps further and report that I am running 2.4.1 after upgrading to 2.4.2 via PineAP and no improvement. On the web GUI I am able to connect through wlan1 to surrounding WiFi's, and pass this connection to my tethered Linux laptop. I still however can NOT connect to the device via wifi either by Linux, Windows 10, android or iPhone
  9. Finally got an email from "tech support" yesterday. Note this is after multiple requests over 2 weeks via the web portal. The support is as follows: I'm sorry you're having trouble with your TETRA. Please may I know how you are powering the device? Do you receive any IP address on your Linux machine when the light on the TETRA turns solid blue? I expected more. Maybe a list of steps to perform and then report back on? Maybe a time for an online chat session (heck even through a free private IRC channel). I responded to the email quite quickly, here it is 12 hours later and no response.
  10. Hi all, Received some AMAZING support from hak5 after 2 weeks of multiple requests for help: "I'm sorry you're having trouble with your TETRA. Please may I know how you are powering the device? Do you receive any IP address on your Linux machine when the light on the TETRA turns solid blue?" Seriously hak5?
  11. I have done that. I got one email response about it being routed to Product support, and then . . nothing
  12. Can anyone point me in the direction for contacting Product support? I am having hardware issues with my device. I reached out and told I would be put in touch, but have yet to hear anything else.
  13. I recently purchased a Tetra, and am experiencing the same. I was able to connect to the device at 1st, however no longer. I reverted back to 2.4.1, same issue. FWIW for a while I was able to connect to the device with android and iPhone's, not computers (Win 10 and *nix O/S's). Now however I can't connect with anything. This is also after several resets. Quite frustrating. I am at a loss.
  14. On Windows 10, been working with my Tetra (had ICS working). Today when I connected the Tetra to my computer (USB eth1 to my USB port) I got a pop-up error: USB device not recognized. Last USB device connected to this computer malfunctioned and Windows does not recognize it. Device Manager gives a code 43 and "A request for the USB device descriptor failed" An uninstall and reinstall of the driver via Device Manager did not remedy the issue. I did a hard reset of the Tetra, an update to Windows, as well as used a different USB cable, all to no avail Any suggestions as to how to remedy would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
  15. I have inserted an ext4 formatted (32GB) USB into my new tetra. It shows up on the advanced page (upper right). From command line, fdisk -l lists the device /dev/sda. I created a directory /sd/. I am at loss how to mount the sd card. A simple "mount /dev/sda /sd" fails. Placing the UUID into the Advanced page fstab area (which I have NO clue where the actual fstab is on the device, as /etc/fstab redirects to . . nothing it seems), and still no mount of the USB. Any and all help is appreciated, sans rm -rf / Thank you!
  16. My issue FWIW, I connect my Nano (with 2.4) to my laptop running Black Arch, and run the script. I can connect to the Pineapple just fine in the browser, however my laptop loses internet connectivity. Any ideas on the remedy?
  17. Did a reboot and removed and reinstalled SD card. Uninstalling and reinstalling now
  18. After the firmware upgrade, the ability to access the modules as before is no longer working. All I can see from the side menu dropdown is Manage Modules. Clicking that of course lists the installed modules and if you want to remove them, or Get Modules link. The installed modules are no longer listed on the left side dropdown menu. How do I access my installed modules?
  19. Thank you for the reply. I was able to successfully run what I wanted by specifying the 2 attack modes at once. I have been doing them separately emulating the variety of pre-made payloads on git. Those of course, at least at this point, won't run and will need to be updated. Brian
  20. Rearranging the payloads works as expected. Ethernet 1st and Storage 2nd works. Ethernet first and HID 2nd works. It's not jut my device either, others, with the latest Windows 1803 update, are effected. Unable to to HID 1st then Ethernet, it simply doesn't work. Some change M$ made. Your welcome
  21. Applying the code above to switch 1 also gave the same results, no ethernet attackmode. What is the proper way to set a delay in Bash Bunny? Q DELAY 1500?
  22. Very very odd. The code below, when used the 1st time worked. I unplugged the BB, waited, plugged it back in, and then the Ethernet failed. What gives? LED STAGE1 ATTACKMODE HID LED STAGE2 ATTACKMODE RNDIS_ETHERNET LED FINAL
  23. For testing, I copied the working payload from switch 1 to payload on switch 2 and it worked as expected. I then went back to my original switch 2 payload and removed the HID stage. This also worked as expected. I surmise that for some reason when I am switching ATTACKMODES I am doing something incorrectly.
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