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  1. I have a new install of Cloud C2 and a WiFi Pineapple. I've just been tweaking the configuration, etc. when I noticed that the Pineapple shows offline in the C2 server after about 15 minutes (the exact time varies, sometimes it can be longer). Each time it happens, all indications is that the Pineapple is continuing to function fine. I can log it via web or SSH, stop and start PineAP, make configuration changes, etc. The Pineapple can ping the C2 server by name. If I reboot the Pineapple it reconnects to the C2 server, but that's the only way I can figure out to get it to reconnect. Obvi
  2. Hello, everyone, someone has mentioned that 2FA keys for offline systems are useless. I would like to know why and how it could be bypassed easily?
  3. Hello Hak5 Community - I've been having a tough time with my new LAN turtle. I'll try to keep this as succinct as possible.. 1. My LAN turtle is accessible via SSH from the local host at 172.16.84.X 2. With ethernet cable plugged in, eth1 gets an IP address in my home subnet range of 10.0.0.x, and an amber link light. 3. From the shell on the turtle, I can ping the gateway (10.0.0.1), I can ping other machines on that subnet. I have internet DNS resolution. I can even do things like wget http://example.com and that works too... But whenever I try to get updates via th
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