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  1. I am not sure if this is OK to have my very first post promoting some product here, but I think it qualifies as a DIY, open source, community project. I am mainly interested in getting some feedback about this badusb device that I made: https://github.com/krakrukra/PocketAdmin https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8HZCV1vNmZvp7ci1vNmj7g So, please let me know what do you think about this project.
  2. There's not enough hardware projects in here, so let's change that! Whether it's putting a Pineapple in a rugged case and setting it up on a roof, modifying/building a drone, custom PCBs/badges, robotics, 3d printing project, or even if you've just spent the weekend tidying up your server rack/network closet and you're proud of it, let's see what you're working on!
  3. I have a new Pineapple Tetra (MK5.8) with a specific reset problem. It can Recon just fine -- days without any issue, detecting all the right things. But, the moment I enable any transmitters in PineAP, it reboots. Here are the easiest steps to crash it: Factory Reset on Firmware 2.5.4, do basic intro/configuration Recon w/ Start PineAP for 30 seconds Pick a client MAC Deauth BOOM, reboot and back to login Or more typically: Factory Reset "Get Started", set basic configuration screen Recon w/ Start PineAP Pick an SSID from Recon Scan Results ("PineAP Pool: Add SSID" and "PineAP Filter: Add SSID") Confirm that Filters show Clients Deny:None, SSID: Allow corpAP Switch to PineAP tab, confirm PineAP Daemon: Enabled PineAP checkbox Log PineAP Events, Save PineAP checkbox Client Connect/Disconnect Notifications, Save PineAP checkbox: Broadcast SSID Pool, Save and BOOM, reboots immediately on Save Enabling Beacon Response, or Associations also crashes it. Even a simple Deauth from Recon crashes it. I have tried: Dozens of Factory Resets Minimalist configuration just to get it running (no special options/settings) Get Started, set basic configuration Firmware recovery to 2.4.1 Firmware upgrade to 2.5.4 This really feels like a power-related problem -- as if it resets when the second radio tries to Transmit. Is there any other test I can do to confirm it? Power supplies I have tried: The included 12v 2A AC Adapter (Intertek) (preferred by Hak5 Forum users the world over) The USB Y-Cable with two supplies Two lab-grade bench power supplies set to 5.25V DC feeding each of the two MicroUSB ports on the Tetra Two USB Batteries A lab power supply at 12.0V with up to 3A of current. 13v power supply to see if connector/cable loss is an issue All THREE power supplies at once (12v 2A, 5v 2.5A, 5v 2.5A) I really thought I'd find a power solution that runs it, but no. I was able to see more the expected reboots when running under-powered single-USB supplies, but that's well-documented. The highest consumption I've seen on 12v is only 0.7 Amps, far from the "24W" I was expecting. One possibility is that a Tx power amplifier is messed up and surging huge current on any transmission from PineAP. Does PineAP use a different transmitter or amp than anything else? It could be a more general fault in the (regulated) power distribution in the Tetra, since it behaves the same on 5v or 12v supply. I'm open to any ideas to debug this.. it's just a passive monitor otherwise. Thanks!
  4. Hi Today, I received my pineapple nano, after a long time waiting. Finally, I connected the nano to my computer and it’s boots up. After a few seconds, the connection over the USB port was initializing but never established. After trying to identify and retrieve a IP address the connection dropped. Over Wi-Fi there are no problems with the connection. So I upgrade the nano with the latest software, over Wi-Fi, hopefully to solve the ethernet over USB problem. Without any result. After logging in, the dashboard shows me a 100% CPU usage. I really don’t know why, the nano is completely default. The only configurations are credentials, to be clear, no modules are running. So, I load the recovery software on the nano. The same problem occurs. No ethernet over USB to the 172.16 address and dropping connections. The striking thing is, it doesn’t occurs with a connection to 192.168 address. It does drop after about ten minutes I think. An other problem is, the nano is booting after few minutes and comes in a loop of booting. In my opinion I tried everything to solve the problem; upgrading the nano, install recovery firmware, I updated my pc driver for USB over ethernet, tried with and without SD card. I tried to set up a connection from my MS Surface, Dell laptop and HP PC, all with the same results. I tried several power supplies, combinations and options. Read almost any item on the HAK5 forum I definitely need assistance to solve this problem or to determine it is a hardware failure because I really think it is. In short: · Reboot issue · Very high CPU usage · Ethernet over USB problems 172.16 address Anybody already faced a similar issue? It's kind of useless as it is right now. Who is able to help me?
  5. I went to boot up my computer this morning and it began trying to start but then couldn't and then shuts back off, followed immediately but trying to boot again. It repeats this process endlessly if I don't cut the power. I'm pretty sure its a motherboard issue and i plan on disconnecting and reconnecting essentially everything and giving the internals a good cleaning with a can of air tomorrow. I really just want a second opinion on the situation from people that are more experienced with this sort of stuff than I am. I have a 30 second video of what's happening via mega upload if you like, thanks in advance! https://mega.nz/#!RPBSgYxb!1RYQsVPR-P2mjk_spCN4oRWraaDF6m51xuGyt8k76tk
  6. Received my Nano yesterday, am busy discovering how to use it. Today, after connecting to it via wifi (with the antennas on it), for some reason i had the antennas off, and then plugged it into my laptop via the USB and was doing some learning... with no antennas for about 10 minutes. I realized after 10 minutes that my phone was picking up the broadcast ID for the management AP, duh! Which means the Nano had been transmitting (what, 10x per second?). So i wonder how much damage that did. I know from amateur radio, can't xmit without an antenna. ... I measured the Nano's signal strength by walking around with my phone and a wiFi signal strength app, and the Nano was putting out maybe 10dBm less than my ISP-router, and i went outside & i still got a signal thru 3 walls 60 ft away. So anyway, thanks for any comments. Harsh comments okay too. --orrin
  7. I'm interested in the ability to make hardware and apply the desired software to it, whether it be home code or open-source. Does any one have resources that they themselves have used to obtain this skill? I will be posting my progress in this thread even if there are no replies.
  8. Hello, I've been playing with a small circuit for my Bunny... I've put three USB connectors on a small board, 1 for the Bunny, 1 for the Target PC, and a switched one for a small battery bank (I use a cylinder type). I have just run power from the battery bank connector to the Bunny and did not hook up power from the Target at all. With this setup, I can run attacks on USB 2 only devices; and, more importantly pre-boot the Bunny before the attack... Flip switch, wait for Bunny to boot, then plug into Target... I don't use the Bunny for keyboard injection, btw - I still prefer my Rubber Ducky for that. This kind of setup could easily be added to the base Bunny, or as an alternative hardware version - with a single usb jack on the back to accept the battery bank connector. A more sophisticated circuit could be setup to detect if power was available at the Target and allow the battery bank to be removed. Pre-boot Bunny, plug into Target, pull and palm battery. The only complication is that it would be a lot of torque on the Bunny's main connector if the battery had to be left connected for a USB 2 Target...
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