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  1. I just received my bash bunny In the mail today! And to put it mildly, I am Enthused! Right away I was very interested in "alternative" ways to use the bash bunny's power. I am new to the Ethical Hacking / IT community (I'm currently enrolled in college as a Cyber sec. and Info. Assurance major) and therefore am not extremely acquainted with scripting. Now. Onto my Idea! I use KeePass on a day to day basis. It is my most trusted application. And I thought I could combine it with the power of the bash bunny! Imagine, If you will, plugging in the bash bunny, it opens KeePass Portable (probably housed in its filesystem), It auto types an insanely long and complex password, (optionally) It searches for your 2FA Key (for security since we are bypassing a password) (presumably on a separate flash drive) and enters it in. What the result would be, you plug in your 2FA drive, You plug in your bash bunny, Boom... passwords all in one place without the hassle! Optional additions: OS Detection that opens a compatible version of KeePass portable Synchronization of old KeePass files of the same name as the database Anywho! Glad to be a part of these forums! Please leave me suggestions and tips! they are greatly appreciated! Many Thanks 9ShadesLeft
  2. Hi guys, I have questions. I have pin and ssid of a hiden network but i don't know the way to find key? Thank's
  3. Maybe someone can share where to find the storage for WiFi Client Mode ssids and associated preshared keys *** no luck here grep -rnw '/' -e "psk" ...but found in plain text: /dev/mtdblock5:6947024:*mixed-psk▒1+tki)L▒.[PINEAPPLE ROOT WEB INTERFACE ACCESS PASS]' *** no luck here Found from the /etc/pineapple/ path then ran sqlite> .open ssid_list.db tried to select * from ssid_list; which yields nothing for me cause I haven't been been adding any to the filter lists I suppose. *** some success here Found from the /etc/config/wireless file held config wifi-iface option device 'radio1' option ifname 'wlan1' option mode 'sta' option key '[THE CURRENT KEY]' option network 'wwan' option ssid '[TO MY CURRENT GATEWAY SSID]' option encryption 'psk2+ccmp+tkip' BUT, I seem to remember these devices keeping the credentials for multiple gateway APs for WiFi Client Mode without having to retype them although the I believe you would need to be either out of range of a previously connected AP for it to connect automatically to the another previous AP that is in range....at worst you would need to restart the pineapple and it would remember the the other AP. My question is: Where does the pineapple store the rest of these ssid's and keys that are not in use? This way when I upgrade I don't have to revisit APs find/remember and fill out credentials every time but instead just copy and paste them to the correct file(s) over ssh or whatever.
  4. Hey guys, i was checking the System Log as I saw the following entries: auth.err sshd[2499]: error: Could not load host key: /etc/ssh/ssh_host_ecdsa_key auth.err sshd[2499]: error: Could not load host key: /etc/ssh/ssh_host_ed25519_key I recently made a fresh factory reset and update to 1.0.6. SSH into the pineapple is possible, but I wonder why the keys were not generated. Anyone else with this error message?
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