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  1. How do I force the use of IPv4 addresses on my local area network vs IPv6?
  2. This should allow you to disable completely Ipv6: Add these lines to the bottom of sysctl.conf net.ipv6.conf.all.disable_ipv6 = 1 net.ipv6.conf.default.disable_ipv6 = 1 net.ipv6.conf.lo.disable_ipv6 = 1 Then run sudo sysctl -p or reboot source: http://www.noobslab.com/2012/05/disable-ipv6-if-your-internet-is.html This of course won't stop bind from blindly trying to use ipv6 though, so you also need to alter /etc/default/bind9 like so: # run resolvconf? RESOLVCONF=yes # startup options for the server OPTIONS="-4 -u bind" - source: http://blog.evilcoder.net/disable-ipv6-on-bind9-linux/#sthash.U95y4s6U.dpuf
  3. A 3 observations and perhapes the community can chime in: ----------------------------- First Observation: I have the Mark V , I reflashed it, updated and refreshed all. Everything is current as of April 17th. I wanted to test out Chris H video on using Karma and SLLSTRIP to see if any data would be shown. Before I updated, I was getting NADA or very little. I would use my cell phone to connect to the rouge AP I setup as XYZ to surf etc.. I setup Network Client to my WIFI router and connected SetSSLSTRIP for 1 sec update and put it on Setup Karma AP as XYZ as the AP AND I experimented with Blacklisting BOTH my Etho and wireless MAC addresses, one at a time, then both I got no info from SSL. I then made the blacklist with no MAC in it and then I finally got data form my phone surf--I went to yahoo not HTTPS--did a login to yahoo mail, but did not see the login or password??????????? -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Second Observation I am not sure on how Karma,SSLSTRIP and Jammer should be setup, but I tried it and was not having luck with the configuration, using the above, no MAC blacklisted in Karma ( Or should karma be off????) Below is the Jammer----WHAT selection should be selected if I am using my laptop with the eth cable plugged into the laptop and other end to Pineapple, Client is connected to WIFI and SSLSTRIP is runing---what am I missing??????? WHAT should WLAN Interface selection be? WLAN1 or WLAN0 ?? WHAT Monitor Interface Should be Selected? MON0,1,2,3 ???? WHATS is the MDK3 Mode selection?? white or black??? WLAN interface WLAN1, WLAN0 | Start - Stop [Auto] | Start Monitor Monitor interface MON0, MON1 ,MON2,MON3, | Stop Monitor WiFi Jammer enabled | Stop Autostart disabled | Enable MDK3 installed Method Aireplay-ng Number of deauths to send (Leave empty for default. 0 means send them continuously) Sleeping time in seconds (Leave empty for default) Mdk3 Channels Mode (whitelist | blacklist) =========================================================================== Third Observation Networks now upgrading to IPV6--Goodby Anon I have used Proxy.sh from time to time as a educational research tool /VPN. I used tp type in "whats my IP address" when using the VPN to check my IP, it would always show the node connection wherever I selected. BUT recently when I type that command into google, it automatically shows the IPV6 identification number WTF-----even if I use Proxy.sh and try to make the IPV6 disconnected it still shows it WTF... Can we postulate that remaining anonymous, ( not that we ever could be totally unless we owned the network, even then its questionable, but wont this IPV6 stuff now make it even easier for those using the pineapple to be known? Perhaps I am off on this but please feel free to advise. I know we can hide MAC but what about IPV 6??
  4. Hey guys, If anyone's aware of THC's IPV6 attack suite against the IPV6 protocol, please lend me a hand. Flood_router26 and other tools in the suite only run on linux natively, the readme suggests they will not work on OS X. Are there any alternative methods for router flooding from native OS X? Thanks
  5. whitehat


    For this question I'm going to get down on my knees and beg for a helping hand, spoon feeding, or anything except RTFM / Google it / get a degree in IT/CS... Please, please help me become IPv6 compatible. I tried to understand and read stuff about this a few months ago, but it's confusing to a layman and I was told by my ISP in March that at the universal IPv6 date everything would be automatically compatible/upgraded/enabled so I can quit worrying about it. Well now it is not only past IPv6 day, but I've got an urgent task for a client that requires my software to be IPv6 compatible apparently, and I am not compatible. If you could give me the simplest, straight-line path to resolving this I would be very grateful. I use all three major OS families, so I will take support for any/all. I have all browsers, but prefer Aurora (FF 16) and the program is a propriatary web app.
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