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  1. OK, so based on those screenshots you don't have any problems getting decent speeds from your PC to your Pineapple, in other words... the open AP isn't really slow (as I assume that's how you were connected to the Pineapple when taking those screenshots). If you want to use iperf3 you need to start it as you specified on the Pineapple, but you have to run the client from another device (PC) that is connected to the Pineapple's open AP and use: iperf3 -c

    What speeds does iwconfig show for wlan2 when you run iwconfig on the Pineapple itself?

    And, don't run the Pineapple (or any wireless device) without the intended antennas. It might fry your stuff into eternity...

  2. You have to describe your setup and environment more in detail to be able to help. In what way do you get those speed values? How do you measure? What client OS are you using when measuring the speed? Have you tried different clients or just the one that gives you slow speeds? Any conflicting wireless networks nearby on the same (or adjacent) channels? What client equipment do you use in hardware terms when it comes to WiFi NICs? Chipset? Manufacturer?

  3. And I'm not that sure the hostname will work out that very well as it's specified above, listenip shouldn't really be needed in a "standard" setup, now it just makes a mess of the actual hostname as it is in the string above as the actual parameter will be a part of the hostname/IP

  4. Don't you get the bash error when running that string? It should be pretty obvious. The command line is not correct, get rid of all the backslashes, they are not needed when running it as a single line

    wget https://c2.hak5.org/download/community -O c2.zip && unzip c2.zip && IP=$(curl -s https://checkip.amazonaws.com) && echo "Copy the below setup token to browser http://$IP:8080" && ./c2-*_amd64_linux -hostname $IP-listenip $IP


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  5. Not sure if I follow you in your description of the problems you face, first you say that when I click on "Add devices" nothing comes up then you say If I want to add a device it works. What Ubuntu variant are you using; Server or Desktop? Are you accessing C2 from the same machine or some other PC? What browser(s) are you using? Do you have any addons/extentions/plugins active in your browser(s)? Have you been using/running C2 before 3.1.1 or is that the first version of C2 that you use?

  6. You should change the text you cut from my post in the 3.1.1 release thread to not confuse those following this, the numbering 5) and 6) can be removed as well as the comment I put about "use port 8080" since you in your instruction has already mentioned that the setup is for port 80 ("in intrest of newbie users where going to be using port 80 instead")

  7. Not sure where you got the command string containing "https://c2.hak5.org/com-cd", it won't download the C2 zip file needed to get the executable binary.

    It seems as if you are doing a local installation of C2 on some of your own devices since an IP from the private non routable address ranges appear in your output. In that case you can't use the command string provided from Hak5 without modifying it first. You can't include "IP=$(curl -s https://checkip.amazonaws.com)" since it will return your publicly facing IP address, and if that IP address doesn't have some kind of port forwarding (or that your C2 instance is running on a device that is directly facing the internet) then you won't reach your C2 instance.

    I would do the following if you are *not* using an external/internet facing server resource for your C2 instance:

    1) Download the C2 zip file, either by visiting https://downloads.hak5.org/cloudc2 or run: wget https://c2.hak5.org/dl -O c2.zip
    2) Create some directory where you want to unzip the C2 files and move the zip file to that directory
    3) cd into the new directory and unzip the c2.zip file: unzip c2.zip
    4) Start the server from the command line: ./c2-3.1.1_amd64_linux -hostname <insert the ip address of the machine from where C2 is executed>

    You will get an output like this:
    [*] Initializing Hak5 Cloud C2 v3.1.1
    [*] Hostname: <ip address of the C2 instance "server">
    [*] DB Path: c2.db
    [*] First Start. Initializing... 
    [*] Initial Setup Required - Setup token: <some token string...>
    [*] Running Hak5 Cloud C2

    5) Now browse to the ip address of the C2 instance, but use port 8080 and no https
    6) You will be greeted with the web based Server Setup page

  8. With Bing, I guess you mean Edge, or?! It's for sure a Firefox thing if it works in other browsers. You could try to "force" refresh (bypass cache) of the page loading or clear cache and such.

    - Hold down the Shift key and left-click the Reload button
    - Press "Ctrl + F5" or press "Ctrl + Shift + R" (Windows,Linux)
    - Press "Command + Shift + R" (Mac)

    Could also be some addon/plugin that you might have active/installed. Difficult to say without having the "whole picture painted of the landscape".

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