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  1. I need some help! My MK5 was working fine and i was able to access the Web Interface over wifi, however since upgrading to firmware 2.0.2 accessing the web interface over wifi has been a bit on and off. Now i have upgraded to 2.0.3 access over wifi is impossible. To access the web interface i have to connect my pineapple to my computer using ethernet. Is anyone else having this problem or is it just a problem on my end. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated, starting to lose my hair! Thanks
  2. hello, anyone can help me to create a script to download a picture and put it to wallpaper. thank you
  3. Bought a Mark V at DefCon yesterday. Took it to my room and booted it up; saw the SSID, logged in and changed the password - that was all initially. Today I had to change hotels, and decided I would try to upgrade to 2.0 firmware. However this time when I booted up, I get no ethernet connection to my laptop or a switch. Also, no SSID is seen, though the AR9331 LED lights up as if it is on. After messing around for a while, I decided to try the "unbricking" instructions on the website. With the DIP switches set to the appropriate mode (up, up, up, up, down), it boots and I get an ethernet connection. I loaded the "factory image" as instructed and then reset the Dip switches and power cycle. However with the switches in their normal position, I still have no signal from the device and no ethernet. I am unable to do anything with a brand new device. HELP PLEASE
  4. Hello, I just received my wifi pineapple mark v, I put sslstrip running, but I only worked on hotmail.com, if I try to go to facebook or youtube the security HTTPS still on, can someone help me on this?. thank you
  5. So I was wondering if anyone knew when the wifi pineapple mark vi would be coming out like do they make a new pineapple once every year or every two years or 5 i just dont know so......
  6. I know that decrypting WiFi WPA encrypted traffic when 4-way handshake is in the traffic dump and when passphrase is known is a trivial task. However, what about decrypting WPA traffic when 4-way handshake is not available. I have the SSID, I have the passphrase, I have messages 3 and 4 (I know it is useless) of the 4-way handshake. Is there a way of decrypting the traffic?
  7. Hello, I was wondering if you can use the Pineapple mark 5 to find out WIFI passwords. Thank you
  8. For sale: One Mark IV with travel case and battery. Used, but only used once. Will only ship to the lower 48 (USA). Cost $40 Shipping cost $10 Message me here for more details.
  9. Haz3

    Cupid

    Has anyone had a chance to play with this yet? http://www.sysvalue.com/en/heartbleed-cupid-wireless/ Exploitation of heartbleed vulnerable clients and AP's Has real possibilities if it could be weaponized...
  10. Hello hak5 forums, I recently bought a wifi pineapple and fell in love with the karma feature. I'm wondering if it's possible to not only force people to connect but also request a password for the network that karma is impersonating. What are your thoughts?
  11. Hi all Using a Kali Linux VM on a Retina MBP If I wifiti I get this. root@kali:~# wifite .;' `;, .;' ,;' `;, `;, WiFite v2 (r85) .;' ,;' ,;' `;, `;, `;, :: :: : ( ) : :: :: automated wireless auditor ':. ':. ':. /_\ ,:' ,:' ,:' ':. ':. /___\ ,:' ,:' designed for Linux ':. /_____\ ,:' / \ [+] scanning for wireless devices... [!] no wireless interfaces were found. [!] you need to plug in a wifi device or install drivers. [+] quitting where as if I lsusb it picks up the device. root@kali:~# lsusb Bus 002 Device 003: ID 203a:fff9 Bus 002 Device 005: ID 0bda:8172 Realtek Semiconductor Corp. RTL8191SU 802.11n WLAN Adapter Bus 002 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub Bus 004 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0003 Linux Foundation 3.0 root hub Bus 003 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub Bus 001 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub root@kali:~# Also if I iwlist wlan0 scan it shows various routers among other bits. any ideas gents?
  12. Hi, I'm trying to use a 3g wifi modem to share connection with pineapple wifi mark V. I don't know well, but i must configure the huawei wifi modem with ip address 172.16.42.42 or i can use the default ip of the modem? I must configure something in pineapple or i can use sslstrip? I want to do this Internet <----> wifi modem 3g <-----> wifi pineapple <-----> sslstrip <---> clients Is it possible? how i must configure the pineapple without using eth0 ? thanks
  13. Hi all! I'm at a loss, so collaboration time! SO: At my work , I have 5 elevators with digital reader boards in them (for the days events and some adverts) that auto-updates from an internal system. Through our internal system, we enter in "Bob Group" and say what meeting room they have and times. Then when we say "Post", that is (theoretically) supposed to send out to these Readerboards to be displayed at the appropriate day. The problem is: Only 2 of the 5 Function like this. Here's the fun part (Are you ready?): - Inside the elevator the PC is on an Eth line. - If I plug in my laptop to snif the other end , I get no link at all. Even the ISP can't find the MAC on the network. Even on the ones that are (theoretically) working. - The main "Player Controller PC" (handles how the reader board will display adverts, etc) is connected to a switch (and our ISP can see that). - At the top of the elevators (Where the pully engines are) , There are 5 wires on a troth going outbound.. Somewhere.. But there's actually 10: 5 blue and 5 White CAT5e. - Down the hall of the Elevator Control room, there's a mini-IDF room that has a wall- mounted cabinet with 5 Cat5e lines LABELED " Elevator 5, Elevator 6, Etc." - When I plug my laptop into that , Nothing. Not even Wireshark can find it. - I can't even find anything on a WiFi Sniff too. No beacon frames match the Elevator PCs at all. ...Is there something i'm missing, or is this a needle in a hay stack?
  14. Hey there guys, Ran into a issue when trying to start Karma in the web interface, it looked as if it was running the first time however I have not been successful since then capturing "Victem's" with karma which made me suspicious that it was somehow broken. I popped into shell (ssh) and tried to figure out the issue, Here is what I know: OPKG does not recognize that Karma is installed. root@Pineapple:/etc# opkg remove karma No packages removed. root@Pineapple:/etc# OPKG is having an dependency issue involving the kernel (as far as i can tell) root@Pineapple:~# opkg install karma Installing karma (20060124-1) to root... Downloading http://cloud.wifipineapple.com/mk5/packages/karma_20060124-1_ar71xx.ipk. Collected errors: * satisfy_dependencies_for: Cannot satisfy the following dependencies for karma: * kernel (= 3.3.8-1-d6597ebf6203328d3519ea3c3371a493) * * opkg_install_cmd: Cannot install package karma. HOWEVER I can execute karma using the full path command: "/etc/init.d/karma start" just fine??? What am i doing wrong here? do I have to uninstall karma manually? and if so how? Thanks!
  15. How would I go about Merging 12 - 30 degree Yagi antennas into a 360 degree array?? I don't want to degrade the signal quality. Would I just solder the cables Ito one cable?? What about frequency Collisions/ Cancellations?? Any links to information, of assistance is greatly appreciated.
  16. Hello hackers, coders and imagineers, I don't know if the Rubber Ducky is looking for an upgrade anytime soon, but if so I have a few ideas based on a recent project of mine, which uses the Teensy 3.1. Firstly, the one way nature of the device makes it difficult to acquire information from the host system. I see you have solved this by suggesting that a USB drive is used in parallel with the Rubber Ducky. Whilst this is a solution, it would be nice if the device could imitate a hub and provide the functionality of both the Rubber Ducky and a USB drive. Though, this will increase the hardware requirements and cost, so may not be ideal. In my project I simply used the onboard EEPROM to store data, which removes the need for two USB sticks, but severely limits the amount of non-volatile memory available. So, the addition of some non-volatile memory that can be written to and then read from at a later time would be nice to see on the Rubber Ducky. Secondly, although there is non-volatile memory available on the Teensy, this doesn't solve the problem of feedback: How do you get the data mined from the host system back on to the device? This is difficult since the device is pretending to be a keyboard and keyboards generally don't require feedback. In my project I utilised the fact that whilst the Teensy emulated a keyboard it could simultaneously run a serial connection. In this way I could get the Teensy to find the relevant information and then send it to itself via an open serial link. This opens up the use of the available non-volatile memory as mentioned above, but also many other things that weren't possible without feedback. For example, in my project I mess with the "networksetup" command in terminal, which, in most cases requires the user to specify the hardware port in question. As such, the first thing I do is to get a list of all the ports on the host system. This is then fed back in to the Teensy, which searches for the hardware port related to the WiFi. Then this information can be used to send commands to turn the WiFi card off, change the AP to which the host system is associated or just gather more information. This could be a huge advantage if implemented on the Rubber Ducky. Lastly, with most keystroke injection attacks commands have to be sent and then there's a delay whilst the host system executes the command. However, these delays can vary wildly making them very difficult to predict. In my project I added a debug mode option, which allows the user to step through chunks of code so that the variable delays can be controlled by the user. Additionally, these types of attacks are unreliable, since a program may not start as expected or a pop up gets in the way. For this reason I also added a reset button, so that if the attack fails it can quickly be reset and start again without having to unplug and replug in the device. These can be very useful in practise, however they both require the addition of a button, which could make the Rubber Ducky look less like a legitimate USB drive. As a side note, another thing I found useful was an LED indicating when the program was complete. It's especially convenient when you are unable to see the screen of the host system. If anyone is interested this is the link to my project called the WiFi Pixie: http://www.instructables.com/id/WiFi-Pixie/ There's code there as well, which is the most interesting part of this project. The Teensy platform is good if anyone wants to get very hands on with this type of pen testing tool. It uses the Arduino IDE and will require some knowledge of C. But if you're more familiar with scripting languages and you want an easy device to plug-and-play with, then the Rubber Ducky is probably a better option. I would also be interested to hear of any other ideas people have for this kind of device... Hack on!
  17. Hey guys! First off, Kudos to Darren for such a great product and website :) I'm having a slight problem ever since I got the Mark V. I set it up all fine, connected it to my Wifi connection and in the start, I could browse the internet through the eth0 port. But after a day or two, that's changed. Now internet won't work no matter what. At times even the Pineapple bar wouldn't connect to internet. any ideas how I get it to connect to my wifi and the internet to work on the Karma ? I can get devices to connect to it but no internet at all.
  18. Hey does anyone have a idea if you could make a WiFi pineapple like device out of a computer running a Linux os
  19. I saw this article in howtogeek.com and wanted your opinion on it from a hackers point of view... http://www.howtogeek.com/184727/your-home-router-may-also-be-a-public-hotspot-dont-panic/ Thanks, Johnny
  20. Hey guys, I followed the instructions at the bottom of this page https://wifipineapple.com/?flashing for unbricking the pineapple. I downloaded the stager, set the pineapple to a static IP address of 192.168.1.2. Powered it on and navigated to 192.168.1.1 and made it to the MK5 Recovery Page. I selected the stager.bin and uploaded it, then nothing happens, even after 15-20 minutes, my browser just says "Connecting to 192.168.1.1". Could someone offer me some advice or help please?
  21. Hello there! I'm new to the forums but not new to the realm of computers. I am interested in purchasing one of the Alfa wireless cards for use with BackTrack Linux I hear quite a lot about the 1 watt AWUS036H model, but I have read it only supports monitor and managed modes. I did a search on chipsets that support modes such as master and whatnot, and came across the Atheros AR9271 in a list of chipsets that do support most of the 8 modes. The Alfa AWUS036NHA runs this chipset. I do understand it as being half the power of the 1 watt model, but, does it support these extra features? I do know that my two laptops which run the Atheros internal wifi chipset 9285 can run run airbase-ng in BT5 r3, so this alpa USB card should run these as well? Also, across my searching, I found a 2 watt model of the Alfa card, the AWUS036NH, but I haven't found much on that chipset or its capabilities. I would like to know if my thoughts on these different models are correct, as for their wireless capabilities, and if anyone has any input from personal experience with any of the three. Thank you for reading. Links: AWUS036H - http://www.amazon.com/Alfa-Wireless-Original-Screw-On-9dBi/dp/B001O9X9EU AWUS036NHA - http://www.amazon.com/Alfa-AWUS036NHA--Wireless-Adaptor-Compatible/dp/B004ZGQZZY/ AWUS036NH - http://www.amazon.com/Alfa-AWUS036NH-Wireless-Long-Range-Screw-On/dp/B003YIFHJY/
  22. Hey guys. I'm new to Hak5 so please take it easy if I say something stupid... Anyways, I was wondering if there was a way to splicing a cat5e cable, with something like a t-junction connector, and then broadcast the traffic wirelessly on a private network? I'd really appreciate any ideas and you can also get me on gmail @ alaric.chidom@gmail.com
  23. Ok here is my issue when i try enabling the Wlan0 it does not enable also when i try enabling wlan1 it says enabled but when i refresh it disables again. Could this be a Firmware issue as i just got it. Note I tried Resetting it to factory defaults already. Some Snap Shots http://imgur.com/LHqHFod,JiS3eTd#0 Note Firmware 1.0.4
  24. I came across this article and thought it was pretty cool. reminds me of a more complex pineapple.http://fsosecurity.com/SPAN_MITM.pdf (I understand some might be leery about it being a PDF. its clean. don't worry)
  25. I purchased a shiny new Pineapple MK4 (v.3.0.0) at DefCon, along with the ALFA USB adapter and the high-gain antenna. I wanted to test this out at the con, but due to the problem I am about to explain (and a strong desire to not use the WiFi at the event) I was unable to get this working. I think I might have a borked ALFA adapter, but I wanted to confirm that I am not being an idiot. I am Linux savy, but it is not my day-to-day computer. I mainly use a Mac (currently Mavericks). I did get a bad Pineapple Juice which Paul was nice enough to swap on the spot at the convention. Scenario: Enable Pineapple to operate independently (w/o a laptop) to deliver selective payloads and pass all other traffic to the Internet. Pineapple uses the antenna it came with, and the ALFA uses the high-gain antenna. * Potentially use Pineapple Juice, if power requirements line up. Setup: Connect Pineapple to laptop via POE LAN ethernet & 12v power adapter. Note: Base 3.0 firmware. Only change was root password. Login to web interface to verify USB is detected (LED on device is off). Attached USB devices: Bus 001 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub Bus 001 Device 004: ID 0cf3:9271 Atheros Communications, Inc. AR9271 802.11n SSH into device. ifconfig to verify wlan1 not listed, but wlan0 is. ifconfig wlan1 up Blue light on devices turns on. ifconfig verifies wlan1 up. iwlist wlan1 scan Blue light on device turns off. wlan1 Failed to read scan data : No such device What now? Can't proceed with the other connection commands, because the radio shuts off. (iwconfig, dhclient) I have previously tried using the network manager and wifi infusions with the same results (turn radio on give blue light, scanning turns off light). I read somewhere that flashing the the firmware might fix the problem, which is what has put me back to the base configuration. Also tried swapping antennas and using no antenna at all... It doesn't work on my Mac either, but that could just be an OS X thing. I don't know what else to do, because it feels like I am going around in circles chasing this blue light. Thanks in advanced for the help.
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