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Hi guys! This is my first post, as well as my first pineapple. It was delivered this week, and I am just now getting to play with it. My Problem: For some reason, when I turn on PineAP, and select broadcast SSIDs in pool, it will broadcast others that are not listed. I have reset the nano 3 times now, and these SSIDs keep broadcasting when I turn on PineAP. Example: I have one SSID in my pool, "RangerNet". I am not capturing SSIDs to pool currently, but when I enable broadcast, "RangerNet" starts to show up, as well as others such as "6" "CES Guest" "jsmooth". I think these are ones that were captured to pool when I first played with it, but I cant get them to stop or go away!!! can anyone help?
I'm doing a bit of research using Wireshark to examine the behavior of the Tetra in different modes of operation. I'm getting results, but I don't trust that my equipment is reacting fast enough to the packets being broadcast. Can anyone tell me the rate at which the broadcast packets occur (number / sec) when the Pool Interval is set to Normal and the order the SSIDs are broadcast. With my Wireshark capture it indicates a rate of roughly 40 packets per second. Also, from the packet capture it looks as though the SSIDs start out broadcasting alphabetically, but as the capture progresses, SSIDs begin to get broadcast more randomly. The randomness is what makes me think I'm not seeing everything. If I'm not seeing everything, this brings up a bigger question. Can the devices being targeted in the wild keep up with all those broadcasts? Would it be better to start slowing down the Pool Interval for a more productive chance at snagging a targeted client? All fun things I hope to explore. Edit: If you're curious about the other two settings, I'm currently getting 7 to 10 SSIDs broadcast per second at the low interval and approximately 100 per second at Aggressive.
When I initially setup my Tetra everything worked fine but now I seem to be having 2 issues that are probably related. 1) I now notice that when the spoofed SSIDs are broadcast that they show up with the exclamation point and registers as unsecure (on Windows) in the Network Manager. The spoofed SSIDs don't show up at all on my android and I have not tested it on Mac or Linux. Any ideas on why this may be and how I can change it? 2) The next thing is that clients no longer associate after deauthentication. The broadcast APs have to be manually selected in order to connect. I suspect this is because the APs are showing up as unsecure and therefore the clients just reconnect to the original AP even after deauth packets are sent. All clients and SSIDs have been added to Filtering with both in Allow Mode. I have increased both the Beacon Response & Broadcast SSID Pool Interval to aggressive with the same results. I also have shutdown, restarted and reset the Tetra a couple of times. I am running Kali with the Tetra connected by Y cable. Any ideas what's going on?
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 @ email@example.com