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  1. Hi Everybody, I hope this topic is the good one for my problem… I use a raspberry Pi 3B as small wireless router : 1. 'eth0' interface is using 'dhcpcd' for the WAN connection; 2. 'wlan0' interface is running with 'hostapd' and 'dnsmasq' as a hotspot; 3. the rule 'iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -o eth0 -j MASQUERADE' allows routing… Everything is ok, but not secure… Next step: I want to use Tor as a tunnel and change the routing rule as 'iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -o tun0 -j MASQUERADE'… root@raspberry:~# apt-get update […] root@raspberry:~# apt-get upgrade […] root@raspberry:~# apt-get install tor […] root@raspberry:~# ps xa […] 1064 ? Ss 0:06 /usr/bin/tor --defaults-torrc /usr/share/tor/tor-service-defaults-torrc -f /etc/tor/torrc --RunAsDaemon 0 […] root@raspberry:~# Tor is running… The 'ifconfig' command shows 'eth0', 'lo' and 'wlan0' interfaces but there is no 'tun0' interface on my RPI! I think, Tor is not using a 'tun0' interface because it is not a daemon (client mode) with the option "--Run AsDaemon 0". root@raspberry:~# cat /usr/share/tor/tor-service-defaults-torrc DataDirectory /var/lib/tor PidFile /run/tor/tor.pid RunAsDaemon 1 User debian-tor ControlSocket /run/tor/control GroupWritable RelaxDirModeCheck ControlSocketsGroupWritable 1 SocksPort unix:/run/tor/socks WorldWritable SocksPort 9050 CookieAuthentication 1 CookieAuthFileGroupReadable 1 CookieAuthFile /run/tor/control.authcookie Log notice syslog root@raspberry:~# grep ^[^#] /etc/tor/torrc root@raspberry:~# As all lines in the the '/etc/tor/torrc' are commented, I have uncommented the 'RunAsDaemon 1' line. 
After Tor restarts, nothing has changed : root@raspberry:~# ps xa […] 3223 ? Ss 0:12 /usr/bin/tor --defaults-torrc /usr/share/tor/tor-service-defaults-torrc -f /etc/tor/torrc --RunAsDaemon 0 […] root@raspberry:~# I can't understand where this '--RunAsDaemon 0' is coming from! 
I have not found any information about that, neither on raspbian site, nor on torproject site. Have you an idea?
 Something to read? Regards, Éd. D.
  2. After watching plenty of videos, I'm still not understanding how to get my NANO set up as a hotspot that will allow everything connected to it to go through a VPN connection (specifically with Mullvad service). My setup is this. Cell Phone with internet with NANO connected to it, a power bank connected to the NANO, and then whatever device connect to the NANO. So basically I am trying to connect my PC and or other device to the NANO, but have the NANO use a VPN connection when its sending and receiving packets.
  3. Hi, I have a project which needs internet-access and the only avaible connection with enough bandwidth is a open hotspot that is within range. The problem is: it disconnects after 200MB/day for each MAC-adress and you have to press a button on their captive-portal before you can connect to anything else. Did anyone got a solution for this already? Some Auto-MAC-changer + autoclicker/-postscript? Connections would come over either Ethernet or Wifi. Additional Wifi-adapters are avaible, too if needed.
  4. Hello, everyone I have successfully used metasploit to hack android on LAN using my own android Hotspot connection. Now, I want to know how to use metasploit over WAN using the same. I can only connect my Kali Machine to my android Hotspot connection for Internet connectivity. I have searched over net there are solutions like SSH tunneling and port forward from your android. Some are saying that your ISP must have blocked the LPORT that you have used. Some are suggesting using VPN. I am really confused what to do can anyone help me out.
  5. I recently got my Nano and am currently on a vertical learning curve. Today I plugged a USB Wifi adapter into Nano and set my Samsung Galaxy S5 as a WiFi hotspot. Went into Client Mode setup but it does not see Android hotspot. Picks up and works with other Wifi access points ok, but does not see S5 hotspot? Any ideas? R.
  6. im looking to scan a wifi hotspot that has Client side isolation i've tried nmap --Pn (i think that the correct command from memory ) but nothing i can only see the firewall and the server. Thanks, Macy
  7. G'day guys and gals, I'm new to this forum and I think HAK5 is the best source of IT security related info on YouTube because there's endless information and I've learnt a lot! It's probably been discussed many times on this forum, but here I go anyway because I think it's the right time to ask my question: Is there any way to connect to my ZTE MF91 personal 4G WiFi hosptspot (802.11n/g/b) with the Pineapple Mark IV wirelessly? Basically I want to somehow relay my 4G hotspot through the Pineapple so the internet becoms available without the need for cables and extraneous devices. This would reduce the need for my laptop using ICS. If there is a way to do it, I'm going to buy the Elite Pineapple Mark IV kit sometime over the next few weeks, so excited :) I just think it's great that there's a device out there with a CFW that does all these things. I could certainly add the Mark IV to my pentesting equipment.
  8. Hi all, Can the Pineapple IV be used for nomal (private) hotspot aswell (easy selected without reflashing thepineapple)? Reading a few webpages I'm unable to determain if the PineApple is able to be used in places where I need to setup an accepoint quick and easy (share 3G internet or an (hotel ethernet wall outlet). At those moments I won't like the setting that all clients are able to connect and use the internet, only clients who know the WPA for example can. I know that the main purpose is that everyone (and all requested WiFi SSID's) will be accepted. But in some rare cases I just want the Pineapple to be a private accesspoint for me and some friends. Second question, less important, can I use the Pineapple (hopefully easy aswell) to be a USB WiFi dongle? Or perhaps an Ethernet WiFi dongle (bridge would be best I think), so connecting to an excisting WiFi network and bridge the info to a connected laptop on the ethernet port? Cheers, Onedutch
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