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  1. Hello ! First I'd like to say my experience with tetra has been pretty amazing. The radio on this thing is amazing! Nothing compares in that area. Anyway, the problem I'm having is connecting to management interface via Ethernet. The pineapple is able to connect to the internet just fine but I am unable to connect to the management interface through Ethernet. No issues through wifi or through usb port with my phone. It blows my mind I can connect through the USB port but not Ethernet!! I read a few post and it said it's supposed to be as easy as connecting to the assigned IP my router assigns my pineapple. In this case my router assigned 192.168.1.23. I assumed I would just connect using 192.168.1.23:1471 using firefox. As I did connecting via WiFi using 172 range. Is there something special I must do to connect to the pineapple interface via Ethernet?
  2. GarrukApex

    New-ish idea

    From what I've gathered reading through this forum for the past 20 minutes, the interceptor is the community project that birthed the Packet Squirrel. What I want to know is, why even bother with the Pi/Packet squirrel? In Irongeek's implementation, he used a pi zero with an ethernet-usb adapter. Now, in 2018, we could use a pi zero and an usb/ethernet hub along with another ethernet adapter to achieve the same functionality. But, what was stopping them from using an arduino pro mirco/nano with 2 ethernet adapters and just logging everything to an SD Card? I may just be pandering, but I don't really have the money for a $50 mitm packet capturing device, so I was just wondering why it didn't work out when implemented using just an arduino, 2 ethernet adapters, and a micro sd adapter. I think that'd be a lot cheaper than a packet squirrel. Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't the interceptor just collecting packets, or is it forwarding them across the net?
  3. Okay, I feel dumb here: I have an ethernet-IP-cam and the only source for internet-access is a open Wifi-hotspot since the telephone-company thinks that area is a tiny town and nfortunately the DSL-connection there is total rubbish, not even near 2MBit downstream (~500kbit up is not even enough for sending emails...). As far as I understand it, if I connect the IP-cam over ethernet to the Pineapple V I can connect to the internal wifi-router to get access to the cam's webitnerface. BUT: How can I connect it to the open hotspot AND connect to the webcam? The hotspot-router doesn't allow access to the local IPs of the WLAN. Another prob is, that hotspot has a captive portal with a "click here to accept our terms" button AND the router disconnects the netaccess after 200MB/day per MAC-adress (I guess). Did anyone had to deal with something similar?
  4. Cai-Birdy

    Networking issue in Kali

    I am really really brand new in Linux. I recently set up a lab for pen testing, but stuck by a few networking issues. Host window10, guest Kali linux, eth0 and eth1(both are in same subnet, also same as host-only adapter ), use both host-only and bridged modes. there are several questions for help: 1. firstly I enabled host-only network mode in virtualbox for Kali. By using eth0, I can ping host-only adapter on host successfully, but cannot ping host ethernet adapter. I think that is how host-only mode works. then I enabled Bridged mode, I thought there should be a new ethernet interface showing up on host, however, it didn't(until now only two interfaces on adapter settings, one is host ethernet interface, the other is host-only) . my question is whether it is normal... 2. continued the above scenario...I assumed that is normal...then in bridge mode of virtualbox setting, I selected host ethernet adapter name from dropdown list as the one for bridge. Also configure eth0, eht1, host-only adapter and host ethernet adapter into the same subnet. When I bring eth1 down and bring eth0 up, from host terminal, I cannot ping ip for eth0, but from Kali terminal I can ping host machine and 8.8.8.8, cannot ping host-only adapter, cannot open up google.com in browser(it really confused me...); if I bring eth0 down and bring eth1 down, can only ping host-only adapter. so it appears that eth0 only works for Bridge and eth1 only works for host-only, is that right ? 3. I noticed some posts mentioning that there should be a bridged connection between host-only adapter and one local area connection(also an adapter, in my scenario, host ethernet adapter is supposed to take this role), but I don't think it is true. can you guys advise ? 4, sorry, my question or description of the question are a little mess...words in bold are questions. before entering the real pen testing, I already got so much confusion, thanks a loooooot !
  5. Capsos

    Ethernet Connection

    New to this. I've just got my first WiFi Pineapple and in the UK. It shows up in the WiFi SSID list but not as a ethernet connection. Any help please. Running Windows 7
  6. NodePoint

    [PAYLOAD] RevShellBack

    Discussion thread for the RevShellBack payload. I've seen quite a few Rubber Ducky projects to do with getting a reverse shell running on a PC so that the shell can be accessed remotely on a different computer. But what got me thinking is this: the Bash Bunny is a full-on Linux ARM computer, right? It has netcat and it can do HID and ethernet simultaneously. So.. why not use that instead? At first, this payload will use a bit of HID trickery to hide itself from an observer as best as it can. As soon as it has done executing the final PowerShell command, HID is no longer used. User-defined commands will be sent to the computer in the background. By default, 4 commands are executed as a demo: Write file (with content) to the desktop Eject CD/DVD tray (if it exists) -- thank PowerShell for making that possible Open calculator application Message box -- powered by PowerShell For information about the payload, the payload script itself and how to configure it, it can be found at this GitHub repository: https://github.com/NodePoint/RevShellBack
  7. I understand that part of the plan for the BB was Man in the Middle attacks, which is why I am running into an issue with one of the payloads I am playing around with. In an enterprise environment the system, unless its a laptop, may not cache credentials that you may have obtained. This being said if the user is not currently logged into the machine or has not logged in for a while, the system will attempt to reach out to a log in server. If the BB is the route the system takes to reach the internet, then the computer will throw an error like this All of that being said, i think a feature that may be helpful would be to allow for configuration of the Ethernet modes. This would allow you to set the connection to slower than most networks or maybe having no connection to the internet. This would also help when you do not wish to interrupt internet connectivity for the device. I cannot say that you cannot configure this already, but I can say I do not know how to configure this and that I am curious as to how I would do this.
  8. illwill

    Violation of CoC

    Violation of CoC
  9. kanalia

    2Gb Ethernet

    Hi Bunny hoppers The Bunny works on the principle that hosts detect it as 2Gb Ethernet. It then takes precedence over other networks. I noticed that if plugged in for the first time it works every time. If connected more than one time it sometimes detects with speed of 0 (images attached) which makes Bunny useless. Has anyone else experienced this? If I uninstall the driver and plug in again it will detect as 2Gb.
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