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  1. Does anyone know if it is possible to find the server certificate of an enterprise network? Or is there any other way to stop the mismatched thumbprint error coming up on Windows 10 devices with the WIFI Pineapple? I assume it isn't possible but just want to check. Thanks
  2. Hi, I'm a security architect and double up as the internal pen tester for my company. I showed my company why they shouldn't use just credentials to authenticate to the wireless network by setting up the pineapple and using PineAP to capture the creds in cleartext (using the GTC downgrade). I recommended they use a certificate on all laptops to connect to the wireless. My question is, how can I test to ensure this certificate setup is secure? Can I still capture the certificate to use myself and, if so, how? (I know I can create my own certificate to lure the users ont
  3. Got a question im wondering about. Lest say i plug a Turtle on an Enterprise Network. The kind that have Active Directory and Cisco Routers, That filter devices by Mac address and not allowing machines that are not approved to connect and set off Unwanted Alarms. Will a Turtle survive or become Turtle soup?! I didn't undertood exactly the way it work. Does it have its own nic to get an ip and create vpn or share the ip of the machine and create vpn with that machine. In an enterprise Network its better to use 3G Turtle right? If i don't have outside networ
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