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Aaron Outhier

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  1. Idk_man, a USB WiFi adapter won't help them do what they're wanting to do. From what I am seeing, they are having trouble getting clients (i.e. laptops, phones, tablets, etc.) to connect to the open network created by the Pineapple. The USB device you mention only helps them connect their Pineapple to their router to get an Internet uplink. I know you mean well, but recommending folks buy products they don't need is only going to frustrate & discourage them.
  2. I would add that, while it is capable of doing the things mentioned, the FBI is likewise "capable" of hauling you away into deep, dark, hole if you try to hack a network you don't have permission to hack. Yes, that goes without saying, but some people are knuckleheads, and that goes without saying also... Have fun. Stay out of trouble. Be good, and if you can't be good - then be careful!! 😇
  3. So, I was having trouble installing Kismet-hak5 package on my nano. I did specify the SD card for installation with opkg install kismet-hak5 -d sd but the Nano rebooted before the install finished. I then removed the package after logging in again. I noticed that there is too much stuff in the internal storage. So much for installing to the SD card... The culprit seems to be a symlink from /sd/etc to /etc and Kismet loads lots of stuff into /etc, which is redirected to /sd/etc by opkg, which is still the same as /etc, due to the symlink. Grrr. mkdir -p /sd/kismet/logs ln -s /sd/kismet /etc/kismet opkg install kismet-hak5 -d sd I then ran kismet. The Nano then rebooted. I then let out an exasperated sigh! I found the config file that changes the location of the log files - I don't quite recall where ATM. Changed that to /sd/kismet/logs . Ran kismet, bracing myself. Ran fine!! I opened my Web Browser to http://172.16.42.1:2501/ . It asks me for the login, which I never setup, and don't have. That same page says that the credentials are stored in /root/.kismet/kismet_http.conf . So, I 'cat /root/.kismet/kismet_http.conf', but there is not such file! Tearing out my hair now. Is there any hope for me available before I put my bald head through the wall... Please??!!
  4. Hello, So... I just got a new-to-me-but-used laptop, and installed the latest Kali on it. Plugged in my WiFi pineapple Nano, and verified connectivity - working. So, I brought down the interface so that I could download the wp6.sh file. Done. set the user permissions - Done. Ran 'sudo ./wp6.sh', and went through the wizard - done. Pressed 'c' to connect. Sat there for 5 minutes trying to connect to the Pineapple. I finally pressed Ctrl-C (had to do that a few times in rapid succession in order to get back to a shell prompt). I checked ifconfig, it seems ok - I have the correct IP address (172.16.42.42). I then tried to trace route 172.16.42.1. Funny thing - it's going to my router, then my Internet connection... Ctrl-C. I then checked the routing table on my Kali Box. There is no route to 172.<anything> listed. I then typed route add -net 172.16.42.0 netmask 255.255.255.0 -dev eth1 Note, that not everyone's dev will be the same. Mine is eth1, but yours might be different. After that, i re-ran ./wp6.sh . Working a charm now. The devs might want to check that script.
  5. Is it the same? Not sure. Would need a known good file hash to verify and compare. Is it safe? Sometimes, but I'm not going to install it without a official, verified checksum/file hash from a Developer against which to try and match it. The site says "trusted site" and "guaranteed working". That worries me. Trusted by whom, and who is making this guarantee? The Jury is out on this one, for now. At least I know Google checks all submissions for problems and malware. In general, I do not trust 3rd party sites.
  6. On wifipineapple.com/nano, there is a link to setup the Pineapple from an android device. That link is dead!! The item is not available on the google play store. I am working with the developers of NetHunter, who have a Pineapple Connector option built into their NetHunter app, but it isn't working for me. The developers suggested I try the hak5 app for comparison, to see if it works. Currently, I a unable to test at this moment.
  7. BTW, & FWIW, I already updated the repo list with "opkg update".
  8. root@Pineapple:~# opkg install zip Unknown package 'zip'. Collected errors: * opkg_install_cmd: Cannot install package zip. Seems that Zip package is missing from the repos. I suspect that this is why I was tearing out my hair trying to download certificates from the Papers module.
  9. @MicoI’m not using a Virtual Machine, I’m using bootcamp to close out of macOS and boot straight into Windows 10. When you say you “did some changes also in the command prompt to configure internet connection on lan”... do you mean you did this on the Mac or on the Pineapple? I discovered that my Pineapple supports my NetGear WNA3100M version 1 connected to the other USB port, and am now using that in client mode to connect my Pineapple to the Network.
  10. I have a sneaking suspicion that the Devs are working on a new firmware version: Around 7:30 pacific time this past Monday, I went to to look for more modules for my Pineapple, and was quite surprised to see a new Dashboard, Clients, Recon, PineAP, Modules, etc. from Hak5 listed at the top of the list. I was so shocked to see this, that my finger again clicked the mouse button, which was still on the module refresh button. Poof, the new modules were gone. While I can’t say for sure what inferences could be made from that, I am hopeful that it means the Devs indulging their technolust, and working on a new version?
  11. Try going to the network settings for the Pineapple, and turn off DHCP. Only do this for the WiFi Pineapple connection, and not your regular connection. Set the connection to “Manual”, and set the IP address to 172.16.42.42, and the netmask to 255.255.255.0. Leave the other settings blank. That should make the Mac’s Internet connection work. I won’t necessarily allow the WiFi Pineapple to connect to the Internet, although it might if you are running an older version of MacOS.
  12. I am having the same issue. I enable Internet sharing On my Mac’s WiFi Interface, to share with the Pineapple. I then have to change the IP address on the pineapple. Even if it says that is is already in the 172.16.42.x range, I find that I still have to change it to a different address in the same range before I can connect to the Pineapple. Even then, my MacBook can connect can connect to the Internet or to the Pineapple via my web browser, but I am Unable to refresh the bulletins on the dashboard, or refresh the module list. i need to do some more checking, but I‘m not sure that this is an issue on the Pineapple. When I reboot into Windows 10 on the same MacBook, and enable Internet Connection Sharing, it works just fine. When I get some free time, I’m going to try using a different device with MacOS connection sharing and see what happens.
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