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  1. i ssh into pineapple tried installing nmap this is what i get root@Pineapple:~# opkg update Downloading http://cloud.wifipineapple.com/packages/Packages.gz. Updated list of available packages in /var/opkg-lists/snapshots. root@Pineapple:~# opkg install --dest usb nmap Unknown package 'nmap'. Collected errors: * opkg_install_cmd: Cannot install package nmap. i'm on v2.7.7 i tried installing through browser ui without success. i'm new to this plz help
  2. So I just recently got the WiFi Pineapple (Mark IV, upgraded to version 2.7) and have been tinkering with it for the last couple days, but I've run into a few snags that I'm not sure about. First, I've been installing some of the infusions but have run into some trouble with getting some of them (namely, sslstrip and nmap) to work at all. When I visit the page for sslstrip or nmap, it comes up with a box saying that it isn't installed, and when clicking the links for either installing it on the pineapple itself or on the external usb I have, it will show the title of the box go to "Installing..." for a few seconds, then the page will refresh and it will still say that the module isn't installed (I can provide screenshots of this if necessary). I've tried installing both on the pineapple itself (with free space available) and on the external usb where some of my other modules such as randomroll are stored, but no dice either way. Also, I had a question about Karma. When I start it on the Pineapple, on certain devices, like my Macbook, public SSIDs I've been on (such as the local library, coffee shops, etc) are populated in the networks list, but on other devices such as my iPhone and my Ubuntu laptop, SSIDs I have previously been on don't populate (although, on my iPhone, if I add a new, fake SSID such as totallypwned it *will* see that one and will be able to connect to the pineapple through it). Is this normal behavior? Lastly, I had a question about how to go about testing phishing. In the episode about it (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3uNdu9TM3HM) Darren is able to put his phishing files in the /www/ folder, but, for me, I don't seem to have enough space to store them there, even without infusions installed. Is there a way to store those files on the external usb? Or do they have to be located in /www/? This would be nice as I would have more space to add even more pages, but i'm not sure if it's at all possible. Thanks for any and all help! ~ Alexander Here's some additional info if needed: Pineapple Hardware Version (ex: Mark III, Mark IV, etc.): Mark IV Pineapple Software Version (ex: 2.5.0, 2.6.4): 2.70 OS used to connect to the pineapple: Backtrack 5 laptop connected to and sharing internet with the pineapple over ethernet
  3. Hi Guys ! I want to know what ip number range is used on my network... just want to confirm whether i'm using the right command? nmap 192.168.210.0/24[/CODE] and if you could also explain how it works... btw thanks in advance Regards, Ewa
  4. newbiewa

    Exact Os

    Hi Guys... i'm trying to find os of my neighbor computer on the network with this command nmap -O 10.1.10.15 [/CODE] but why can't nmap detect exactly OS??? just want to know the technical answer Thanks in Advance... Regards, Ewa
  5. I am trying to undertand idle scan in nmap. I feel a little stuck. Here is what I have done so far: nmap -PN -p- -sI zombie -r --packet-trace -v target As part of the packet trace output, nmap tells me that it has send out packets to the zombie on port 80 SENT (0.1033s) TCP source:42615 > zombie:80 SA ttl=44 id=29903 iplen=44 seq=18063 win=1024 <mss 1460> but nmap complains it did not recieve any reply from the zombie Idle scan zombie port 80 cannot be used because it has not returned any of our probes -- perhaps it is down or firewalled. I did a syn scan on the zombie which tells me port 80 is open. I am in a deeply confused state now. Can anyone think of some possible explaination of this behaviour?
  6. Hi, i'm trying to install nmap in the pineapple mark4 with this command in the "Advanced - Execute Commands", (i already install the module of nmap in the pineapple bar) opkg install --dest usb nmap [/CODE] is this right? because i don't have any response. Thanks!
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