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  1. MANA-Toolkit! Pineapple NANO + TETRA. (IPK installation-files, and source-files ready to compile with OpenWRT-SDK) MANA Toolkit includes a working version of SSLstrip2+dns2proxy for the Pineapples. Last update: 22.07.2018 Changelog: Taxonomy part of hostapd is activated. Updated to follow upstream, same updated source-code as Sensepost is using. Changes have been done to installation part! Remember to read the output! Will no longer use a copy of my python-library. But download the needed python packages fro SSLstrip2, SSLsplit, dns2proxy, crackapd, net-creds, firelamb and every part of the MANA-Toolkit comes with the package. (Even aslEAP) EAP penetration testing is now very feasible. Install procedure: root@Pineapple:~# wget -qO- https://raw.githubusercontent.com/adde88/hostapd-mana/master/INSTALL.sh | bash -s -- -v -v After a little while you should get a message saying installation was successful. But we're not quite done. You need to install the python-dependencies with this command: root@Pineapple:~# install-mana-depends How do i start MANA? Make sure you are not using wlan1 for anything. (For example having it in monitor mode) If you are, hostapd-mana will not be able to set the interface to 'master' mode Type 'launch-mana' in the terminal to launch the attack. The attack should go silently into the background while at the same time giving output to the screen and to the log-files. root@Pineapple:~# launch-mana Type 'kill-mana' in the terminal to stop the attack. root@Pineapple:~# kill-mana Module: https://github.com/adde88/ManaToolkit I have released a "pre-release" version of the Mana Toolkit "Module" for the Pineapples. This lets you launch the attack from the Pineapples web-interface. General feedback or tips for improving the module are greatly appreciated! Github repo. + source-codes: https://github.com/adde88/hostapd-mana-openwrt https://github.com/adde88/hostapd-mana https://github.com/adde88/ManaToolkit (The Mana Toolkit Module - dev. stage) The first repo. contains the IPK files you need to install everything, but it also contains the files you need to build it yourself with a proper SDK. The second repo. is used by the SDK. The SDK Makefile will download everything it needs from this repo. to build the MANA-Toolkit package. You don’t need to touch the second repo. to get anything up and running. (OpenWRT-SDK shouold handle this automatically.) The third repo. is the MANA Toolkit "Module", that needs testing and feedback from you guys. It also has a new dev-branch that contains my latest fresh changes, but it's not as stable as the master branch. Important directories: Config files: /etc/mana-toolkit/ Log files: /pineapple/modules/ManaToolkit/log (This is the log-directory, even if you don't have the Module installed) You will find the usual MANA Tools at: /usr/share/mana-toolkit/ OPKG Installation Files: (For those who want to install it manually): https://github.com/adde88/hostapd-mana-openwrt/raw/master/bin/ar71xx/packages/base/asleap_2.2-1_ar71xx.ipk https://github.com/adde88/hostapd-mana-openwrt/raw/master/bin/ar71xx/packages/base/hostapd-mana_2.6-15_ar71xx.ipk Donations are very helpful, and would help me contribute towards keeping all of these custom tools ported and up-to-date.
  2. I know I may sound like a noob here, but is using Karma by itself already illegal? I'm just asking so that I don't go into the wrong direction.
  3. is there anyway to download karma on wifi pineapple nano ? or is there any module that does the same function ? i tried PineAp , but it's not working the way that Karma works .
  4. Hi guys, I just wanted to share a little script I made to trigger PineAP & Karma if my phone connects to my management AP. As soon as my device with the specified MAC address connects to it, PineAP and Karma are started (including some visual feedback using the LEDs). When the device disconnects from the AP, PineAP & Karma are turned off. #!/bin/bash <<COMMENT1 Script that checks if a defined MAC address is connected to the hotspot on interface wlan0-1. If the device is connected, the pineapple automatically starts to generate wifi-honeypots. On client dissconnect the honeypots are turned off. COMMENT1 triggerMAC="FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF" #Checks if a client with the defined MAC connects to AP client=`iw dev wlan0-1 station dump | grep "$triggerMAC"` echo "Starting to listen for " #Wait for client to connect while [ -z "$client" ]; do sleep 1 client=`iw dev wlan0-1 station dump | grep "$triggerMAC"` done #Notification to WebGUI on client connect pineapple notify "Client connected" #LED animation for visual feedback for i in {1..3} do pineapple led red on pineapple led blue on pineapple led yellow on sleep 1 pineapple led red off pineapple led blue off pineapple led yellow off sleep 1 done pineapple notify "Firing up PineAP and Karma" #Start PineAP pineapple module PineAP start sleep 5 pineapple led yellow on echo "Starting dogma" #Start dogma pineapple module PineAP dogma start sleep 2 echo "Starting responder" #Start beacon responder pineapple module PineAP responder start sleep 2 #Start collecting SSID pineapple module PineAP harvester start pineapple led blue on sleep 5 #Start Karma, to allow client assosiation echo "Starting Karma" pineapple karma start pineapple led red on sleep 5 #Turn LEDs off => for animation pineapple led red off pineapple led blue off pineapple led yellow off #While client is connected, LED animation is running => visual feedback while [ ! -z "$client" ]; do pineapple led yellow on sleep 1 pineapple led yellow off pineapple led blue on sleep 1 pineapple led blue off pineapple led red on sleep 1 pineapple led red off pineapple led blue on sleep 1 pineapple led blue off #Check if client is still connected client=`iw dev wlan0-1 station dump | grep "$triggerMAC"` done #Stop Pineap pineapple notify "Client diconnected! Stopping PineAP and Karma!" pineapple karma stop sleep 5 pineapple module PineAP stop sleep 5 #Reset LEDs to work in default mode pineapple led reset echo "PineAP was shutdown" Hope you guys like it :) Cheers MrGadget
  5. Hi everyone. I am still pretty new to using the WiFi Pineapple, but I would like to try to start a project with it. What I am trying to do is capture all of the beacons that cell phones send out and send them to a log server like Splunk. I want it so that whenever someone walks by my Pineapple, it logs all the beacons that their iPhone sent out trying to connect to different APs. So when their phone sends out a message saying "hey, are you my home network?" I want it to log the name of the AP of their home network. I looked into using Karma, but I couldn't figure out how to use this on the Nano. Is there any documentation on something like this? Thanks!
  6. 1.0.2 Tetra firmware. Reboot, etc, problem persists. Closest I could find seems to be fixed: https://forums.hak5.org/index.php?/topic/37619-problems-using-filtering/ Applies to web console and command line. Command line dump: root@Pineapple:/# pineapple karma list_ssids XANADU-ZONE root@Pineapple:/# pineapple karma del_ssid XANADU-ZONE Sucessfully removed SSID XANADU-ZONE root@Pineapple:/# pineapple karma list_ssids XANADU-ZONE I think the problem has to do with spaces, not sure how exactly Check this out: root@Pineapple:/# pineapple karma add_ssid TEST-SSID Number 1 Sucessfully added SSID TEST-SSID root@Pineapple:/# pineapple karma list_ssids XANADU-ZONE TEST-SSID root@Pineapple:/# pineapple karma del_ssid TEST-SSID Number 1 Sucessfully removed SSID TEST-SSID root@Pineapple:/# pineapple karma list_ssids XANADU-ZONE If I didn't know the "full" name of the SSID, I couldn't remove it. For now, where are these entries stored on the wifi pineapple so I can manually remove (all of) them? A button/command in karma to clear all filters would be great also! Also note there is a blank entry that cannot be removed either. Anyone know a quick way to clear this karma white/black list without firmware reset?
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