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  1. Hell-Low H5 FolkZ @SF, Just got a new Turtle and waz playin around with it. Seems to be quite k3wL, but there are problems with the mac changer of the wan interface. 1st issue - it does not work - the interface goes down and does not come back (eth1). after manually /etc/init.d/network restart all worx fine (with static IP settings and faked mac 2 deploy device in an secured environment with mac binding). 2nd issue - how can i make the mac change persist a power cycle. I want to deply that tiny device in a secured environment with static ip settings and mac binding. So i will loose contact to the turtle after a power cycle. The scenario ist to drop the device @ a network with static IP settings and i must fake the mac of an registered device to be able to autossh out of the network. The fake mac and the static ip settings must persist a power cycle or the device is "lost". Any suggestions ? Maybe a tiny shell script ? but where to put (for persistance) ?
  2. Hi all, new to the forums. Anyways in short, why can I not change the mac address of mon0? I can change the mac address of wlan1 and wlan0 successfully. But when put in monitor mode, mon0 still has the original mac address of the interface. Say on wlan0 my real mac is 11:11:11:11:11:11 and my spoofed address is 00:11:22:33:44:55. When I put wlan0 into monitor mode it will have the address 11:11:11:11:11:11:00:00:00:00:00... ect. which is normal. But in linux when i run: ifconfig mon0 down macchanger -m 00:11:22:33:44:55 mon0 ifconfig mon0 up I have no problems and my new mac address for mon0 shows up as 00:11:22:33:44:55:00:00:00:00:00:00 etc. (this is on linux with an atheros chipset usb wifi adapter) However on my pineapple if I try to run this same set of commands over ssh i get: Current MAC: 11:11:11:11:11:11 (unknown)ERROR: Can't change MAC: interface up or not permission: Device or resource busy And when I use the network advanced setting on the web interface to change mac address of mon0, it will say it has been set, and it will show the same mac as wlan0 but when i run ifconfig over ssh it still shows me the 11:11:11:11:11:11:00:00:00:00:00 address. Or it shuts down my mon0 completely. Am I missing something here? I looked around and could not find anything. Thank you for any help.
  3. PROBLEM Smart system administrators can setup their IPS/IDS to detect, block and/or alert them at the precense of a pineapple within the area by simply setting up a rule to alert them when a pineapple mac address pops up anywhere on their network. WORKAROUND I have wrote a very clunky script that changes the hostname and mac address automatically on boot to but it's somewhat buggy at the moment and doesn't work every time. SOLUTION There are people here that are much smarter than myself and can do a much better job at writing scripts. Can someone here help the community out and write a simple script/infusion for the pineapple that automatically changes the hostname and mac address (macchanger) at every boot on the pineapple. Much appreciated.
  4. Guys, Here's a quick script for changing your mac address. Simply run the script and enter the network card you would like to change. You will see your new mac address as well as your original mac. Enjoy! ~skysploit #!/bin/sh # This script will change your MAC address" # Usage: ./mac-me.sh # Script by skysploit clear echo "What interface would you like to change. Example; eth0" echo "" read ADAPTER; clear echo "Entering stealth mode " echo "" ifconfig $ADAPTER down macchanger -r $ADAPTER ifconfig $ADAPTER up echo "" echo "Your MAC Adrress has been changed, it will reset upon reboot"; echo "If this script failed: <apt-get install macchanger> and run as root"
  5. hey all, trying to set a temporary mac on wlan1. i have read a lot of tutorials regarding macchanger that seem pretty easy. However, i don't ever get the 'faked' mac. here is what happens i take that device down.. ifconfig wlan1 down.. then.. sudo macchanger --mac 00:11:22:33:44:55 wlan1 Permanent MAC: 00:c0:ca:6c:9a:06 (Alfa, Inc.) Current MAC: 00:c0:ca:6c:9a:06 (Alfa, Inc.) New MAC: 00:11:22:33:44:55 (Cimsys Inc) any ideas? thanks
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