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  1. Alright I have being googling this every way that I can think of, with essentially no tangible results. WiFi Pineapple may not be the correct fit for this purpose but, I'd really like to think that it is; even so the HAK5 crew has got to have this on their radar... So here is my dilemma, I am currently in a position where I am going to need a solid method of monitoring 3g/4g traffic for PAN/CHD; a lot of us are! I have to believe that tons of PEN-TESTer's are out there in the same boat looking for the best case scenario solution for doing so - affordably . With PCI DSS 3.0 on the horizon, this need is going to be huge. I've looked at pwnie express' pwn pad, though it's got my geek levels excited; I haven't seen definitive proof that it is what I am looking for. My thoughts are that one might be able to connect said Huawei USB adapter, to a pineapple Mark V, and with the right module and drivers be able to perform some recon on these freqs... Any ideas?
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