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INFOTRACE

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  1. Hi https://forums.hak5.org/profile/65049-systap7-att/ Just read a couple of entries, which I will be trying later today. Apparently, having inserted the micro SD into the nano you head to the advanced section and click on the SD part and format from there. A bit sketchy, but it is an option worth trying. I hope this helps in some way. Best of luck 😎
  2. Hi guys, I will try this also later today. Hopefully following the advice provided it will work. Much simpler than all the confusing videos out there. cheers 😎
  3. Excellent response thanks. I take it that it is a micro and not standard fit? Cheers 😎
  4. Hi guys, Looking at the attached file, can anyone tell me what type of USB adapter is shown and where can I get one, as it didn't come with my Pineapple Nano? Thank you 😎
  5. Hi guys, Pineapple Nano SD slot: What size SD card (micro/standard)? What capacity (4GB/16GB/32GB/128GB)? Thank you
  6. Divxpr, Great information thanks. What size SD card (micro/standard)? What capacity (4GB/16GB/32GB/128GB)? Thank you
  7. Just_a_user, Thanks for the information. I have just ordered a couple of adapters that are solely 2.4 GHz, as I have had problems with the Alpha dual band. Hopefully one of the new devices will resolve the issue. Thanks again for your advice. cheers 😎
  8. Hi Bradders, It looks like good value. I purchased two other types today and will let you know when they arrive and once I have tested them. Should have one tomorrow and the other one coming Thursday. Cheers
  9. Foxtrot, Thank you for the information. I have looked at that USB and have found one on Amazon which works on Windows 10 pro, but it has an antenna (not an issue for me). It is a 2.4 GHz one which should resolve the issue. Thanks again for your comments 😎
  10. Hi guys, i found this and hopes it resolves the AP client mode wlan1mon issue. https://architectsecurity.org/2018/08/how-to-configure-a-hak5-wifi-pineapple-for-internet-access-using-a-usb-wifi-adapter/ Has anyone else got one and is currently using it? Cheers 😎
  11. Hi Guys, Just realised that having purchased a new Alpha AWUS036ACH that it is NOT compatible with the pineapple nano. Simply put, it is great for Kali and packet injections as it is both 2.4 and 5 GHz. Has anyone tried this device with pineapple tetra and if so does it work via AP client mode? Cheers 😎
  12. Bradders 1990, Please let me know if you find anything and I shall do the same for you πŸ™πŸΌ Cheers 😎
  13. Bradders 1990, I have looked all over the Hak5 forum, YouTube, and the net in general, and followed lots of advice, but to no avail. 🚨 I even removed the Y cable and changed settings for properties, so I know I can connect to the internet through cable, Wi-fi and tethering, but I still get the same option and no other. 🌎 Kali on a USB on Windows 10 pro platform and tried virtual box as well, but no matter what I do the tetra just keeps showing wilan1mon as the only drop down option. 🚨🚨 We cannot be the only ones with this issue? 🎈 I enabled Alpha via connections having followed the instructions and managed its properties, but I cannot connect to this and make it work. Cannot find the configuration for setup i.e. does the alpha plug into the back of the tetra, or does it have to be in its own port? Hopefully Bradders 1990 someone will point us in the right direction πŸ™πŸΌ Cheers 😎
  14. What is PineAPο»Ώ and hο»Ώow do I enablο»Ώe it? i get to the WiFi Client Mode, and then I notice that I only have wlan1mon as an interface option. I scan and then connect to the Access Point. Once I am connected to the internet I go to dashboard and I hit Bulletins, and it shows that I am connected to the internet. i then go to PineAP and enable PineAP Daemon and then return to the dashboard and Bulletins says I’m not connected. I then head back to networking and I’m not connected to the Access Point. I have reloaded, disconnected and configured all that I can, and I even purchased a brand new Alfa network dual antenna and placed it in the other port on the Pineapple Nano, but no joy. I use Ethernet, wireless to home hub, and even my own mobile for signal, but no joy. Any assistance will be greatly appreciated.
  15. Madvideos you are a star πŸ’« Thank you for the information my friend, really appreciate it. Thanks again.
  16. I appear to have found one possible solution: WiFi Client Mode# The WiFi Pineapple may obtain an Internet connection from a nearby access point, such as a traditional wireless router as well as personal hotspots and WiFi tethering from smartphones. While achievable throughput may not be as high as with traditional wired, shared or tethered configurations - WiFi Client Mode provides significant convenience for many deployments. To begin, first note that while the WiFi Pineapple includes two radios (wlan0 and wlan1), they are both required for PineAP operation. If the second radio (wlan1) is used for Client Mode, PineAP functions may not be used. For this reason the auditor is advised to use an external USB WiFi adapter with a compatible chipset. Compatible chipsets include RaLink RT2800 devices, as well as some Atheros and RealTek devices. Wireless adapters from HakShop.com are certified to work with the WiFi Pineapple. To enable WiFi Client Mode, navigate to the Networking section of the web interface. From the WiFi Client Mode heading, select the desired interface. When using external USB WiFi adapters, these will be listed as wlan2 and greater. With the preferred adapter selected, click Scan to perform a site survey of nearby access points. When the scan completes, a list of Access Points will be available from a drop-down menu. Selecting an Access Point will display additional information about the base station, such as BSSID, SSID, channel, signal strength, quality and security. WPA protected Access Points will require a password. With the Access Point selected, and a WPA key entered if required, click Connect. This will instruct the WiFi Pineapple to attempt to associate with the selected network and obtain an IP address from DHCP. Clicking Refresh will identify the WiFi Pineapple IP address on the target network. Once configured for WiFi Client Mode, the WiFi Pineapple will attempt to connect to the desired Access Point after each boot. To disconnect and prevent subsequent connections at boot, click the Disconnect button from the WiFi Client Mode section of the Networking page in the web interface.
  17. Hi Guys, I am looking to connect the Nano to an independent power supply. 1. Can this be done? 2. Which Power Source is best for doing the above? Thank you as always for your advice and guidance.
  18. Hi guys, The interface on the Nano in the networking section only permits me to select Wlan1mon (no other options). A clear message shown below that selection states; NOTE: Choosing wlan1 will interfere with PineAP. I scan and complete the password, and check that I have connection via the Dashboard. The second I activate the PineAP it boots me off the internet. I have tried cable as well as wifi and the same thing happens. I am running the latest firmware. Any advice and (idiots) guidance will be greatly appreciated. Thanking you in advance of your assistance.
  19. Hi Bob, thank you for the information. I will play with the bash bunny first then. Do you recommend any particular power bank for the nano? Something I will need to buy soon so that I am ready once the FIX has been addressed. Thanks again for assisting with my questions. 🎩😎
  20. Thank you for clarifying the products. 🎩😎
  21. Just purchased the bash bunny based on the clear and concise comments made by https://forums.hak5.org/profile/59036-sundhaug92/ I am now looking for comments on whether to purchase a nano or tetra? Can anyone suggest a good power bank to use with the nano? Thanks guys.
  22. doctorwhen, i have just ordered a nano and a bash bunny 🐰 and having read your post I am now slightly concerned. Hopefully I will be okay setting them both up, but just in case I will visit the Hak5 video channels and view the contents linked to the problems you have kindly mentioned, so that I can address the issues if they arise. Thanks again for posting.
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