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  1. @kdodge Yeah the external USB hub is unpowered (Doesn't have it's own power supply; draws it's power from the computer) @Darren Kitchen Thanks Darren. Yeah this seems to be the issue. I know that my USB hub can handle the proper 2A power supply, but I failed to account for the other attached devices in the hub.
  2. @jackTheSignal I also found that my NANO will do the auto-loop issue as stated above whenever I use my external USB hub. If I plug in the y-cable adaptor directly to my computers USB ports, the issue goes away. Double check your USB connections. Wiggle them around/try a different computer.
  3. Hey guys, I'm sorry if this is posted in the wrong category, if so please advise me where it should be it and I'll change it ASAP. Would it be possible for a more advanced 3rd party user to create a module for the NANO that preforms a factory reset of the device with the single push of a button through the website? (172.16.42.1:1471)
  4. Awesome recommendation @Charbot I didn't even think about that. @nige to "make sure that you have the nano's usb ethernet network connection correctly configured on your host computer" (Using Windows 10) Press the start button on your Desktop> Go to view network connections> Find your NANO> Right-click> Properties>Double click on Internet protocol version 4 (TCP/IPv4)> (Change the settings to match my attached screenshot - remember to click the box to validate settings upon exit)> click okay> exit out of those windows> Open your PC's internet browser and go to 172.16.42.1:1471. You should see the welcome screen.
  5. That's weird. I don't have a whole lot of experience with ssh'ing into it yet besides the basics so I won't be much help there unfortunately. - Does it still reset to the setup screen if you use the NANO through the website? (172.16.42.1:1471) Just curious. - Shooting in the dark here, but have you tried to reformat the SD card (perhaps it became corrupted. I've had that happen to me and the NANO didn't like that) or can you try using a different SD card - making sure to format it first. - I'm not 100% sure if you need to use 2A while the NANO is running, but it couldn't hurt for troubleshooting purposes. Provide the NANO it's full power requirements to eliminate it being a power supply issue. - That's good that you're using version 2.6.2 - I think we can eliminate your reset button being bad so that's good. - Have you preformed a firmware reset in conjunction with a factory reset on your NANO yet? https://docs.hak5.org/hc/en-us/articles/360010471774-Firmware-Recovery Couldn't hurt to start from scratch and it only takes about 5-10 minutes. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- **UPDATE** After playing around with my NANO, it's now doing the same rest loop as yours @jackTheSignal (I don't have any modules loaded on the SD card - already formatted it via Windows) How I got my NANO to do the reset loop (For the Hak5 admins @Darren Kitchen @Foxtrot @Sebkinne wondering how unintentionally fucking up the NANO's) I was on a different thread trying to help another user through a firmware reset, and after I performed it myself on my NANO, it started doing the same reset loop described as above. Luckily, I back tracked and figured out the root cause and now my NANO's working fine with no reset loop. So hopefully @jackTheSignal this will work for you as well. Perform a firmware reset following the provided instructions here (https://docs.hak5.org/hc/en-us/articles/360010471774-Firmware-Recovery) **HOWEVER** don't click on the link provided for the NANO Recovery Image. For whatever reason (perhaps it's an old/outdated/incompatible/corrupted link?) when I uploaded this file into my NANO, it worked at first but the initial setup screen was slightly different that what I was used to seeing. What I saw: 1. When I pressed the reset button to disable the WiFi antennas to complete the initial setup, the blue LED wouldn't shut off like it normally does. 2. The filter options for Client and SSID were different than what I was used to seeing. It didn't have any check mark boxes, but rather a buttons to change them from allow or deny. 3. The web portals "Dashboard" screen "Bulletins" button was different as well. (After I completed the setup, within the minuet the NANO started doing the perpetual reset loop.) SOLUTION I followed the same firmware reset instructions provided above but I used this link instead for my firmware image (https://www.wifipineapple.com/downloads) (I used the 2.6.2 download) and loaded that into the NANO. No issues now. (Make sure to give your NANO about 5 full minutes to fully update after you upload the new firmware)
  6. To anyone else finding themselves on this page looking for help; the solutions above do work and get the NANO back up and running successfully. Here's what worked for me. My OS: Windows 10. NANO Software Version: 2.6.2. Had my NANO give me the fast flashing blue LED light ("Bricked") For an unknown reason when I powered it on (been using for about 2 months with no issues) I first tried to reformat the SD card with Windows thinking perhaps it became corrupted. No change in the NANO's LED status. I then tried the factory reset method (press and hold the reset button on the back of the device for 7 seconds) with no change (still flashed blue continuously). I then followed the link @Foxtrot provided (posted above) to the firmware reset page (https://docs.hak5.org/hc/en-us/articles/360010471774-Firmware-Recovery), downloaded the NANO firmware image to my PC, changed my NANO's IP address, uploaded the firmware image into the NANO via the provided website, changed the NANO's IP address back and the NANO fired right back up with no issues. PS - Check your power supply. The NANO seems to reset on its own if not given the proper power. I was using an un-powered external USB hub (the USB hub didn't have it's own power supply, but would pull power from my computer) and was having this problem. It went away after I removed the other USB devices plugged into the hub. The problem also went away when I plugged the NANO directly into my computer. https://docs.hak5.org/hc/en-us/articles/360010471754-Power-Considerations
  7. Correct. You can simply go to the "Filters" tab and change the needed settings through there.
  8. Everyone also has to realize that if Hak5 we're to become responsible for producing the 3rd party modules, they would open themselves up to all sorts of nasty lawsuits and the fed's would quickly shut them down. Hak5 is responsible for the physical NANO and it's main operating system; nothing else. Everything else is left open to the community. It's no different than any other product on the open market available for consumers. EXAMPLE: Anyone can legally buy an ordinary pencil from a store. No big deal, right? However the end user has the choice on how they wish to use the pencil. They can choose to use the pencil in a legal manner - on paper - or use the pencil to stab someone in the eyeball (now that pencil become an illegal weapon). The pencil itself isn't illegal by nature. How the pencil is used by the end user determines the legality of the pencil. **Hypothetically** (Don't do this!) if you walk into any police station and try to have them arrest you for carrying a normal, everyday pencil, they'd look at you like you were insane. You won't get arrested for walking around with a pencil on your person. Now take that same pencil in our hypothetical situation and stab that same police officer (Don't do this!) who just said he won't arrest you for carrying around a pencil. You'll get jumped and arrested before you even know what's going on (and you'll probably get 6 warning shots to the back for good measure lol) You as the end user took a perfectly legal item and just turned it into an illegal weapon. Is that the fault of the pencil company? Absolutely not. The pencil company only produces legal pencils for its customers. That end user decided to use the pencil in an illegal manner. So, if Hak5 decided to start writing their own modules with their name on it which allowed end users to use their product in an illegal manor, the NANO would then become illegal object to own. (Imagine if the same pencil company put instructions on how to stab people with their pencils on their boxes) How quickly would that company be getting dragged into court? 1 day? It's up to the Hak5 community to write our own modules and decide for ourselves on how to use the NANO. So if you're unhappy about the 3rd party modules not working quite right, I suppose you'd better brush up on your coding and make the necessary edits to allow you to accomplish your own end goals. If you break it down the NANO is really just running the Kali Linux software inside a custom built hardware shell. And last time I checked, owning a Kali Linux OS is not illegal. How you use it determines the legality.
  9. NANO - Can't Keep a Client Connected.pdf
  10. Thanks for that tip Darren! If anyone wants a full walk-through on how to get a client connected from a factory reset NANO, I've attached a PDF. Guides you through the process step by step, with pictures. NANO - Can't Keep a Client Connected.pdf
  11. Is your NANO plugged into your PC or cell phone? Have you tried to factory reset to start from scratch? (press and hold the reset button on the bottom of the NANO for 7 seconds, then release)
  12. - Are you downloading the modules to an SD card or internally? (I've only saved to the SD card and haven't had any issues) - Are you using a proper 2A power source with the USB y-cable? - Are you running the latest software version? (2.6.2 as of writing this) - Is your reset button (On the bottom of the NANO) jammed inwards or possibly loose? - Have you tried a firmware reset/factory reset yet to see if the problem remains? - How long does your NANO stay powered up before it resets itself? Will it reset on it's own sitting plugged into power, or does it only reset once you connect to it via the website or SSH? - What modules do you have installed?
  13. To anyone else who happens to stumble across this page in the future, this solution comes from member "afraIT". I had originally set my NANO on "Allow" mode (for both options) when doing the initial setup. This turned out to be wrong and would cause the client to not be able to reach the internet once connected. RESOLUTION Preform a factory reset and choose "Deny" mode for both options instead of "Allow". (Fill in everything else as you normally would) I then connected to my NANO via the website, then connected the NANO to my internet (Networking page - WiFi Client Mode) Next, I did a brief Recon scan, added the "Scan Results" (there's a nice little drop-down arrow "Add all SSID's to PineAP Pool"), went to PineAP, checked all the boxes, enabled both options and saved the settings. Lastly, I used my iPhone to search for the local WiFi. Connected my iPhone to my NANO's AP successfully and was able to reach Google πŸ™‚ (I also tried connecting this way with a Android as well; works)
  14. To anyone else who happens to stumble across this page in the future, this solution comes from member "afraIT". I had originally set my NANO on "Allow" mode (for both options) when doing the initial setup. This turned out to be wrong and would cause the client to not be able to reach the internet once connected. RESOLUTION Preform a factory reset and choose "Deny" mode for both options instead of "Allow". (Fill in everything else as you normally would) I then connected to my NANO via the website, then connected the NANO to my internet (Networking page - WiFi Client Mode) Next, I did a brief Recon scan, added the "Scan Results" (there's a nice little drop-down arrow "Add all SSID's to PineAP Pool"), went to PineAP, checked all the boxes, enabled both options and saved the settings. Lastly, I used my iPhone to search for the local WiFi. Connected my iPhone to my NANO's AP successfully and was able to reach Google πŸ™‚ (I also tried connecting this way with a Android as well; works)
  15. To anyone else who happens to stumble across this page in the future, this solution comes from member "afraIT". I had originally set my NANO on "Allow" mode (for both options) when doing the initial setup. This turned out to be wrong and would cause the client to not be able to reach the internet once connected. RESOLUTION Preform a factory reset and choose "Deny" mode for both options instead of "Allow". (Fill in everything else as you normally would) I then connected to my NANO via the website, then connected the NANO to my internet (Networking page - WiFi Client Mode) Next, I did a brief Recon scan, added the "Scan Results" (there's a nice little drop-down arrow "Add all SSID's to PineAP Pool"), went to PineAP, checked all the boxes, enabled both options and saved the settings. Lastly, I used my iPhone to search for the local WiFi. Connected my iPhone to my NANO's AP successfully and was able to reach Google πŸ™‚ (I also tried connecting this way with a Android as well; works)
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