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  1. Have you tried doing a firmware recovery? https://docs.hak5.org/hc/en-us/articles/360055166053-Firmware-Recovery Regarding the defect antenna, submit a ticket to shop support.
  2. I have no enterprise environment at hand right now to verify this against, only a Windows 10 PC not joined to any domain Method: Check the Windows "victim" PC if it has been touched by the Bunny before, (i.e. is the "native" VID/PIDs present) "Install" Nirsoft USBLogView https://www.nirsoft.net/utils/usb_log_view.html "Install" Nirsoft USBDeview https://www.nirsoft.net/utils/usb_devices_view.html Start Nirsoft USBLogView Prepare the Bunny with a "spoofed" VID/PID in attack mode Insert the Bunny into the "victim" PC Check the Nirsoft USBLogView entries and
  3. What version of the NIC/adapter are you using? v1, v2 or v3? I guess you are using either v2 or v3 that has the Realtek RTL8188EUS chipset (VID/PID = 2357:010c) The v1 (VID/PID = 0CF3:9271) using the Atheros AR9271L chipset should be more "friendly" Have you tried this driver? https://github.com/AIRCRACK-NG/RTL8188EUS
  4. So, even if something is still not correct, something has changed between your first an last post; @ has become \, what did you change? Forward slashes / also seems to have been changed to now be correct (was previously the # char in the first post), also < seems to be correct as it's ' in the latest example of your output. Also not sure what keyboard layout you have in the screenshot of your On-Screen Keyboard. I configured one of my Windows 10 boxes for Canadian French and Canadian-French (Legacy) and none of them showed the mapping you have captured in your screen shot. Your physica
  5. Answering in the other thread you linked since you double posted
  6. Have you tried other SD cards or just one? In what way is the card formatted? Where did you buy the Nano? It's not possible to buy the Nano via the Hak5 shop anymore, is it any authorized reseller? I've never had any issues using SD cards with my Nano, try the method I'm using and see if it makes any difference. If you're on Windows (or Mac), try using the official formatting utility for SD cards https://forums.hak5.org/topic/53331-wifi-pineapple-nano-sd-card-not-detecting/?do=findComment&comment=333618 https://www.sdcard.org/downloads/formatter/
  7. What method are you using to create the inject.bin file?
  8. You will most likely need to pay customs and also VAT/tax plus often some extra fee to the carrier, read what's applicable for you: https://skat.dk/skat.aspx?oid=2245294
  9. How many amps do each port of the Anker powerbank offer? Did you use the Y-cable when the Nano was connected to your PC? Do you have any charger (or such) that supplies 2A that you can try using?
  10. It seems as if you need to specify a keyboard language when creating the payload/inject.bin - is the "victim" anything else than US keyb layout?
  11. Well, even if there is a bunch of experienced ppl on this forum, I guess the Kali questions will better be answered by the Kali community. However, I have used the Alfa AWUS1900, but now more often use an adapter/NIC with the same chipset as the Alfa AWUS036ACM (MT7612U). Not really sure what you mean when you refer to "a Pineapple adapter". Can you link it? Is it the AC module for the Mk7 Pineapple?
  12. What payload are you using in attack mode?
  13. The recon video should give you what's needed to get handshakes. Just obtaining a handshake isn't really the only thing the Pineapple is for. If just in need of obtaining that, a simple PC and a compatible wireless adapter is enough for such a simple task.
  14. Start with the docs https://docs.hak5.org/hc/en-us/categories/360004116253-WiFi-Pineapple-Mark-VII
  15. ok, and your PC is set to 172.16.42.42? can you ping 172.16.42.42 from your Tetra? (I guess you can access the Tetra using ssh, so there is at least some kind of connection up and running).
  16. ok, it should work, I don't have a Tetra, but it works on my Nano and the procedure is the same, any changes made by you on the Tetra related to routing, iptables or such?
  17. Onboard or via USB NIC? The Nano only have 2.4 GHz support onboard. https://docs.hak5.org/hc/en-us/articles/360011238494-Specifications-and-Power-Considerations
  18. And you have set up ICS on the Windows PC? https://docs.hak5.org/hc/en-us/articles/360010555473-Internet-connection-sharing-over-Ethernet-in-Windows
  19. Tell some more details about your setup. How is the Tetra connected? Via the laptop using cable or connecting to the Huawei "MiFi" directly? What data are you expecting to get to the Tetra? What OS does the laptop run on?
  20. What OS are you running in your VM? Kali I guess, since it's what's discussed in this thread. Just want to be sure so that you aren't running some distro that doesn't even have it installed in the first place. Did you try (as mentioned in this thread) to run it with sudo?
  21. I think that you might be too eager to get the dessert when the main course isn't even ready to be served... in other words, the PS isn't all finished with the network stuff when the payload executes. I put in a sleep for 30 sec and I got the correct network in NAT mode. As I said before, using the "mynet" variable might get you into problems since it will show more than one network if both interfaces of the PS is up and running. You might also get into issues if not checking first that the nmap directory exists on the USB storage device that is attached to the PS. Check the cod
  22. The docs says "a 2-Amp USB power source" https://docs.hak5.org/hc/en-us/articles/360053346334-Setup-Basics The user manual that comes with the Mk7 also states 5V 2A https://fccid.io/2AA52MK7/Users-Manual/User-manual-4650996
  23. If you mean the open network on the Tetra, have you set up filters to allow connections?
  24. Since you say "I've set up the basics using the USB connection to a Windows machine", I assume that the ICS procedure has been a part of that, but I have to check just to be sure. https://docs.hak5.org/hc/en-us/articles/360058458313-Configuring-ICS-on-Windows
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