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  1. I ran a diganostics report and here it is. Has anyone else tried changing the Kismet LEDs to blue (240) and is not working either? diagnostics-report.txt
  2. I just got the Kismet case mod with the LED module which looks so badass but I'm having trouble changing the LEDs to blue. I tried changing the color to Blue (240 in HSV) and for some reason it goes to a shade of green. I want pulsating blue LEDs and these are my current values: LEDMK7 -a 240,255 -b 240,255. Since Blue is 240 on the HSV why is it defaulting to green? I even tried setting the first LED to blue (LEDMK7 -0 240, 255, 255) and it defaulted to green. These are the links used: https://www.kismetwireless.net/mk7-led-mod/ & http://colorizer.org Not a fan of green at all, but I do like red so the somewhat good news is I was able to change it to red but I noticed after shutting off my MK7 and rebooting it it defaults to its green color again so everytime I turn it on I have to manually set the color to red - is there a way to have this permanent without having to manually change the color after every boot? But the really strange thing is blue isn't working. Is it a bug? Am I missing something? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
  3. "Suck part is it doesn't have much additional space for very long large payloads commands´╗┐" -- don't think its that big of an issue tbh since many of the good payloads dont take too much space unless of course you are deploying it for several hrs to gather large streams of packets which you can just as well use the Pineapple for that with its expandable Micro SD card. Many of the backdoor payloads for the Bunny don't require very large disk space. That being said it's surprising they haven't made it similar to the Pineapple with a Micro SD card slot. Perhaps the next Bunny successor might have expandable storage. You can suggest it on the forum, make a thread and see the feedback. I'm willing to bet most ppl would be joining this movement too ?
  4. LOL hey as the saying goes better l8 than never
  5. thanks!! i actually just ordered a pair of nice blue caps from ebay.. https://www.ebay.com/itm/Plastic-USB-Type-A-Male-Female-Anti-Dust-Plug-Stopper-Cap-Cover-Protector/222664498365?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&var=521517154676&_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649
  6. for the reverse shell you got the Bash Bunny to the rescue if you can insert it into the user's machine so this would make for a killer combo with the Pineapple and Bunny
  7. can the Pineapple Nano be used to crack a VPN connection? say you are in the parking lot at Starbucks and a user inside is connecting via VPN to his corporate networks. Since you capture the user's credentials before they connect to the VPN server (as they connect to Starbucks's hotspot) would that ultimately allow you as the Pineapple user to also gain access to the VPN server and thus the corporate network? what about someone doing online banking via VPN at a Starbucks? Is there a payload that can essentially allow you to capture VPN encapsulations and decipher them to access credentials? Just curios ?
  8. Thanks mate! a tiny cap will do just fine!
  9. I ran the updater and although it shows more payloads it looks very limited compared to what Darren got when he ran the updater: here's a screenshot of what mine looks like below and right next to it is a screenshot from Darren's video. Did anyone else have this issue where the library is very limited after running the bunny updater?
  10. anyone know where i can snag a lid that can fit pretty good on the Bash Bunny to protect the USB side from damage, etc?
  11. thanks for the info ? 7 seconds is not a big deal so i'll go with the bunny
  12. BashBunny == RubberDucky++ ? They both look similar somewhat but my question is can the Bash Bunny do anything the Rubber Ducky can and more? In other words if you get a Bash Bunny do you still need a Rubber Ducky?
  13. I know the AWUS036NEH works out of the box, no drivers needed since most Kali images are built with Alfas in mind because of the RealTek chipset. Havent yet tested AWUS036AC , on the box it says Linux kernel >= 2.4 so I assume it would work with Kali. Some users had issues with AWUS036AC in Ubuntu but can't remember which version of Ubuntu that was.. Linux keeps evolving at a rapid rate so chances are compatibility issues will become a thing of the past ?
  14. did anyone get the Elite edition of the Nano where it came with the upgraded antennas? I got mine and found they are extremely loose, no way to tighten them. Someone from the sales team confirmed that they are supposed to be like that. Did anyone that ordered those also get them loose like that? Why on earth are they like this and not normal and tight fitting like the typical antennas? Wouldn't this kill all your signal gains??
  15. Has anyone tested if either of these 2 Alfa adapters work nice as addons to the Nano? btw they both have packet injection and monitor mode AWUS036NEH AWUS036AC
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