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  1. I am trying to use NMap with Google Safe Browsing API to check if a host is malicious or not. I used VirusTotal API for the same purpose and it returned appropriate results but the Google API did not. I am using Kali Linux on VM Ware Player. The commands I have typed are:- 1)nmap -p80 --script http-google-malware <target> 2)nmap $nmap -p80 --script http-google-malware --script-args http-google-malware.api=<API> <target> To use VirusTotal API, I used the command - nmap -sV --script=http-malware-host <target> and it worked. I am expecting an output like given below:- 80/tcp open http |_http-google-malware.nse: Host is known for distributing malware Please help me out.
  2. use python api to scan,return {'error': 'Module returned empty response'} device:NANO 2.4.2 python : payload: {"apiToken": "c1e60aafbaff57574dc141a6be5050f32aef704825727150180a507bc0c4b336d1ed529218cbff41f222fd404236ffc4c255f147c5f03e2b05acb4f6ee868154", "system": "notifications", "action": "addNotification", "message": "Hello API"} url: http://172.16.42.1:1471/api/ headers: {'User-Agent': 'PyPapple v0.1', 'Content-Type': 'application/json', 'Accept': 'application/json,'} {'success': True} payload: {"apiToken": "c1e60aafbaff57574dc141a6be5050f32aef704825727150180a507bc0c4b336d1ed529218cbff41f222fd404236ffc4c255f147c5f03e2b05acb4f6ee868154", "system": "notifications", "action": "listNotifications"} url: http://172.16.42.1:1471/api/ headers: {'User-Agent': 'PyPapple v0.1', 'Content-Type': 'application/json', 'Accept': 'application/json,'} [{'message': 'Hello API', 'time': '2019-03-23 14:31:29'}] payload: {"apiToken": "c1e60aafbaff57574dc141a6be5050f32aef704825727150180a507bc0c4b336d1ed529218cbff41f222fd404236ffc4c255f147c5f03e2b05acb4f6ee868154", "module": "Recon", "action": "startScan", "scanType": "apOnly", "scanDuration": 10} url: http://172.16.42.1:1471/api/ headers: {'User-Agent': 'PyPapple v0.1', 'Content-Type': 'application/json', 'Accept': 'application/json,'} {'error': 'Module returned empty response'}
  3. Hi! I am trying to build a new webinterface for the pineapple, because I want to use the device to teach people how vulnerable they are. I want to use the pineapple API for this, using PHP to call the functions on my pineapple via cURL. I have the following code: When I execute this code, i'll get bag a '200' http code. All good right? However, the server output is 'not authenticated' and nothing happens on the pineapple, no notification appears. Does anybody have any idea what I'm doing wrong?
  4. Hi all, I wanted to see if anyone has attempted something similar in the past (tried searching GitHub without any luck) — I'm wanting to develop a custom UI instead of the plain, buggy Angular frontend that currently drives the admin interface (was planning on using React). So far, I haven't had a lot of luck interacting with the API or via a generated API token — it looks like I'm having issues with CORS, because preflight requests are being rejected `HTTP 405`s — as a quick test, I made a backup of the `index.html` in the `/pineapple/` directory and was able to authenticate/interact with the API just fine. Anyone familiar with how I could relax the CORS on my `nginx` or via PHP so I could build out a new frontend? Any/all help would be appreciated! -- A lowly frontend dev
  5. So lately I've been checking out shodan.io and finding some interesting stuff. What I noticed is by default the CLI won't display more than 100 results at a times. What I got the from the dev was that it displays 100 results per page but you could loop through the pages and display as many results as you want to but you have to tell it where to end so you don't burn up all of your credits. I'm really not sure how to loop through the pages and display more than 100 results. Anybody have any experience with this?
  6. Hi, I've a Mark V with firmware 2.1.1 running. I was trying to create the ExampleInfusion from the wiki, but the API used seem to be outdated. When looking in the changelog, I've seen that some changes have been made in the API and are refering to http://wiki2.wifipineapple.com/#!api.md (2.0.4) and http://wiki.wifipineapple.com/index.php?title=Webinterface_API (2.0.0). Both URL's seem to be incorrect (404 error reply). I've seen the http://wiki.wifipineapple.com/?#!api.md, but this one seem to be incomplete (looking in other infusions using other functions). Can someone tell me where I can find the documentation for API 2.1.1 and maybe also fix the URL's and examples? Blackcap
  7. Hey guys! The WiFi Pineapple Mark 5 API Docs are now here.
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