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Hey Guys just used proxychains for bouncing the IP to different geolocation. the logic I used to populate the /etc/proxychains with proxy IP and then commenting out every proxy IP. Written a script that will iterate over all the IP one by one and commenting out the IP of preceding line and uncommenting the IP of the current iteration, below is the demo video I have created Thanks samran024
Hello, I'm a frequent wardriver (Walker actually, whenever possible.) and I like the new size of the Nano, so I was thinking about using it to do the job. I usually use the Wiggle app, but this drains my battery pretty quickly. The only thing I need to make this work is a GPS that works with any program I could use for this. (For example I've read a lot about using Kismet with a GPS) Are there any GPS units that both work with the pineapple, and are small enough to reasonably attach to the Nanos tactical case? Here is a picture for size. Take from another post.
Hi all, I am working on a project that spoofs the geolocation of devices by faking MAC addresses from another place through wifi signals (somewhat similar to this). I have a Raspberry B+, connected to an Alfa AWUS036NH running in monitor mode, connected through ETHERNET with an MBP sharing Internet connection. I am currently able to use Aircrack + mdk3 to create multiple (encrypted) AP within a list of fake MAC addresses, using: sudo mdk3 wlan0mon b -v LIST.txt -g -t And this works perfectly. However I also want, at the same time, to use the same wireless adapter to create an AP (with a hand-assigned MAC address) that shares the internet connection the Raspberry shares via ethernet. Thus, both as a router, and as a "fake AP generator". Is this possible? If not, any ideas of what would be the best workaround? I am doing this for test purposes. The spoofing did not work well only faking unconnectable signals, but my theory is that by also creating an actual access point with a fake mac address, the setup will work better. Thanks in advance. LG.