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Hi, So while digging around the NANO I discovered two LED devices labelled "ath9k-phy0" and "ath9k_htc-phy1". The first one isn't too interesting, but the latter, "ath9k_htc-phy1" is the device entry for a green LED on the NANO. Go ahead and look through the cutout for the female USB port, you should see it lit up. I think these LEDs were left in by accident by the manufacturer for the second radio. And while it is pretty useless because you can't see the LED easily, you can control it. If you'd like to mess with it, I recommend reading this and experimenting with different triggers. To enable a simple blinking of the LED, edit "/etc/config/system" and place the following underneath the existing led config block. config led option name 'wlan1' option sysfs 'ath9k_htc-phy1' option trigger 'timer' option delayon '5000' option delayoff '2000' Your config should then look a little like this: config system option hostname Pineapple option timezone UTC config led option name 'wlan0' option sysfs 'pineapple:blue:system' option trigger 'netdev' option dev 'wlan0' option mode 'link tx rx' config led option name 'wlan1' option sysfs 'ath9k_htc-phy1' option trigger 'timer' option delayon '5000' option delayoff '2000' config 'timeserver' 'ntp' list 'server' '0.openwrt.pool.ntp.org' list 'server' '1.openwrt.pool.ntp.org' list 'server' '2.openwrt.pool.ntp.org' list 'server' '3.openwrt.pool.ntp.org' option enable_server 0 -Foxtrot
PROBLEM Smart system administrators can setup their IPS/IDS to detect, block and/or alert them at the precense of a pineapple within the area by simply setting up a rule to alert them when a pineapple mac address pops up anywhere on their network. WORKAROUND I have wrote a very clunky script that changes the hostname and mac address automatically on boot to but it's somewhat buggy at the moment and doesn't work every time. SOLUTION There are people here that are much smarter than myself and can do a much better job at writing scripts. Can someone here help the community out and write a simple script/infusion for the pineapple that automatically changes the hostname and mac address (macchanger) at every boot on the pineapple. Much appreciated.
I've just found a hidden menu on my Linksys/Cisco E4200 router and made a search on google to find out if there are any other. So far I found the followings. http://192.168.1.1/Wireless_Advanced.asp http://192.168.1.1/System.asp http://192.168.1.1/Cysaja.asp http://192.168.1.1/SysInfo.htm Now I am trying to find others if exists any. The question is how? I have some skills but I am not a hacker. What I will try is to implement basic code to try all possibilities (kind of brute force). However, I wonder if there is any other easy way to do it? Do you guys have any idea?