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  1. I was modifying theme CSS because, most of themes are just high-contrast single color and, yeah… anyways… Pretty straight forward. I was having some issues where PineAP in `Continuous` mode just ran and ran without displaying (or collecting) APs & Clients. Literally nothing. I rebooted a couple times to resolve this issue and it worked for the most part. I did notice constant 100% CPU when running PineAP or updating NMAP or whatever modules I had missing dependencies on. This is maybe the 20th time I've had to reset the damn thing because it always seems to be one thing or the other this with this specific device. Web GUI: Non Responsive SSH: CLI responds and I'm able to log in Route: ssh root@ (Per routing table I setup) root@Pineforest:/pineapple# route Kernel IP routing table Destination Gateway Genmask Flags Metric Ref Use Iface default UG 0 0 0 eth0 * U 0 0 0 br-lan * U 0 0 0 eth0 eth0 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 00:13:37:XX:XX:XX inet addr: Bcast: Mask: inet6 addr: [xxxipv6Addrxxx]/64 Scope:Link UP BROADCAST RUNNING MULTICAST MTU:1500 Metric:1 RX packets:11140 errors:0 dropped:868 overruns:0 frame:0 TX packets:2187 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 carrier:0 collisions:0 txqueuelen:1000 RX bytes:1129559 (1.0 MiB) TX bytes:331549 (323.7 KiB) Interrupt:5 ---- Steps ----- 1. I setup the Tetra to allow SSH & GUI over WAN and disabled the Management AP. 2. While I was on my iPad, I copied CSS from the Tetra to Koder (app). Changed some text styles and added a font. Copy+Paste to Pineapple. 3. Next thing I did was Run PineAP but I noticed that selecting "Both" (2.4 & 5ghz) would display the animated icon for 10 minutes and then the `Clients` table would appear with no entries. 4. No big deal, this happened before, I'll just reboot the Tetra via the Web GUI. ---- End Steps ----- Expected: The Tetra comes back and I can go about my day like I was able to prior to reboot (and every other time I've rebooted the Pineapple) Actual: The Tetra is now no longer available via the Web GUI on WAN and management AP is disabled so now I have to use the CLI. I have no idea what is wrong with this thing, it seems to run for a day or two before I'm knee deep in the support forums or googling the heck out of everything. The documentation seems either incomplete or unnecessarily vague and out of 10 times lacking the necessary steps to resolve issues. Super frustrated. :/
  2. Unfortunately I accidentally dropped my YS1 and some pieces fell off that I cannot find. I've posted a picture showing what i'm missing in 2 spots. Does anyone know what I need to buy to solder this back on? thanks!
  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. Having used the duck to deploy the reverse shell which Darren originally posted on github, I am annoyed frequently that you are required to have a netcat listener up before the reverse shell is opened, and if you disconnect, you can't connect again without opening the reverse.exe file again and specifying the ip address etc. Shannon recently did her segment on a 20 second Mac hack, where she used code by Patrick Mosca. This code is designed so that even if netcat disconnects from the computer, you will still be able to reconnect again after 60 seconds. What I want to do is modify Darren's original code so that after 60 seconds or so, it checks if there is a connection or not, and if nothing is connected, it will rebroadcast to the host name or ip address waiting for netcat to catch the shell. I can't understand Darren's code (no offense Darren, I am new to the coding world :)) and I need to have this capability. Can someone please help me modify the code? Many Thanks, MB60893.
  5. Hi Everyone, I originally posted the "Reverse Shell - Wait for Connection" page and I still need help with it. If you could please refer to the original page and give me a hand with the VBScript, it would be much appreciated. :) Many Thanks, MB60893.
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