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  1. Hello all! This monumental 1.1.0 Beta release gives you some amazing new features for your WiFi Pineapple that would not have been possible had it not been for the great feedback and feature requests from our community. Thank you. We hope you enjoy these new features and as always invite you to join us on Discord and the forums. Changes since Beta 1 and Beta 2 begin with NEW. Beta 3 Change Log: General NEW: Move warnings into an "Informational Messages" dialog. This new dialog adds more information about system messages, and provides convenient links directly to the relevant setting. Removed bluelog and other bluetooth related tools from firmware. Note: You can now install these packages and more with ease using the Package Manager. Swap PineAP and Recon location in sidebar. Enable SSH earlier in Setup process. Removed polling for Reset button. Add password reset functionality. Notifications Notifications are now previewed in the title bar. Notifications can now be reported as "success", with a green color. Changed to a better download icon. Decrease clutter in title bar for mobile displays. Fix an issue where some kernel modules would cause the device to reboot. Setup NEW: Add Sweden to WiFi Country Code list. NEW: Fix typo in Client Filters page. Added GIFs to indicate how to proceed with verification. Added the ability to fine-tune filters during setup. Generally improved layout of various setup elements. Dashboard Improved connection error message for "Get News". Campaigns Fix an issue where some reports will use the first Recon scan, instead of the latest. Fix an issue where reports would not be removable. PineAP NEW: Fix an issue where extended Recon scans would lead to a memory leak. NEW: Add Sweden to WiFi Country Code list. NEW: Fix a crash. NEW: Fix a hang introduced in the beta which would cause Recon and Filters to show an incorrect status. Change "WPA & Open" tab to "Access Points". Change "Authenticated AP" card title to "Evil WPA AP". Add "View Handshakes" button to Evil WPA AP card. Evil WPA AP handshakes now only send one notification per client. Fix an issue where empty SSIDs would be added to the SSID Pool. Add a new tab for Management and Open APs. Fix an issue where the "Handshakes Captured" counter wouldn't be accurate. Add Evil Twin WPA Access Point. Recon NEW: Fix an issue where handshakes in custom locations couldn't be downloaded. NEW: Scan settings are now loaded from the current scan across devices. Added the ability to specify save location for Recon scans. Added the ability to specify save location for Handshakes. Fix an issue introduced in Beta 1 where handshakes could not be deleted. Fixed an issue where the table would become unsorted during a scan. Added graphs for wireless landscape and channel distribution. Moved Settings into a new card, with search functionality. Added the ability to select which radio is used for Recon scanning. Supported devices are listed at docs.hak5.org Add dual-band scanning support for supported adapters. Add the ability to download handshakes in hashcat format. Improved the user experience for cloning access points. Cloning options can now be fine tuned from inside Recon. Add the ability to clone WPA/2 access points. Fixed an issue where BSSIDs would not be highlightable in some browsers. Fixed an issue where a handshake capture button might show for open APs. Massively improved scanning performance by rewriting result de-duplication logic. Massively improved WPA/2 Handshake capture performance. Changed how partial and full handshakes are written to disk. Fixed a rare crash when scanning in client-heavy landscapes. Handshake MAC addresses are now censored when censorship mode is enabled. Handshake MAC addresses now use colon seperators. Logging NEW: Improve column width for the System Log. NEW: Improve parsing of System Log. Added the ability to specify PineAP log save location. Added pagination and search functionality to the PineAP Log. Create a new system module for logging. Add ability to download and search the device system log. Modules NEW: Add hot-link support for Available Modules, Package Manager, and Develop tabs. Move search box into table footer. Add a new tab for package management. Add the ability to search and download a wide variety of packages. Improve user experience when the device is offline. Settings General Improve user experience when the device is offline. Added a scrollbar for longer changelogs such as this one. Networking Rewrote Client Mode handling to improve reliability of connection. Improved reliability of automatic route setting when handling USB Ethernet, ICS, or Client Mode connections. Disconnect button is now disabled after being clicked once. You can catch the beta release OTA, by following the instructions outlined in the Hak5 Docs article for Beta/Nightly updates. Thanks again for the continued feedback. - Foxtrot
  2. Hello! We're happy to announce the release of 1.0.1 for the WiFi Pineapple Mark VII. Based on your invaluable feedback (especially the Beta channel testers, thank you!) - numerous improvements to PineAP, Recon, Settings and more have been made. Be sure to check out the changes below and grab the new release by giving your WiFi Pineapple Mark VII an internet connection and going to "Settings > Check for Updates". Changelog: Setup Improve screen real-estate on smaller mobile screens. Button delay now says 4 seconds, to match the recovery wizard. PineAP Dramatically reduce the CPU percentage used by PineAP during idle and during scans. Logging options can now be persistently stored in the browser. Tweak the appearance of the logging options side bar. A spinner now shows when PineAP is saving the users configuration. Fixed an issue where the PineAP Source MAC option was not saving. Fixed an issue where the PineAP Autostart functionality would not work correctly. Fixed an issue where the PineAP Autostart toggle would not report a correct status. Fixed a rare issue where PineAP would not start after being disabled. Improved the settings save time. Recon Recon Table Columns can now be toggled to show or hide. Added an OUI column to the Recon Table. Scan duration choice is now remembered when you navigate away from Recon. Fixed an issue introduced in Beta 2, where Recon would sometimes show an error if PineAP was not running. Result cards are now clickable, instead of using a button to open the bigger view. Result cards for Clients now render the timestamp in human-readable format. Modules Fixed an issue introduced in Beta 3 where modules would not start due to a missing SSL dependency. Modules can now use PNG icons as well as SVGs. Settings Add censorship mode. Keyboard shortcuts can now be enabled or disabled from the Advanced Settings tab. Software Update will now accurately display when the selected update channel is closed. Small text changes to Software Update. Fixed an issue where Client Mode may not report an error correctly. Improve reliability of Client Mode. Client Mode settings are now saved automatically, and will re-connect on boot automatically. Add an option to reinstall the current firmware if no update is found. Greatly improve Network page for smaller mobile screens. Greatly improve Settings page for smaller mobile screens. Cloud C2 Improved the reliability of Recon scans. Misc Fix an issue where the Web Terminal would not connect when connected to the WiFi Pineapple via WAN. Updated the Python library for WiFi Pineapple Mark 7 modules. Fixed a rare issue where the internet connectivity check would fail despite having internet. Add support for USB Ethernet adapters using the ASIX AX88179 chipset. Add support for USB Ethernet adapters using the Realtek RTL8152 chipset. As always, feedback is greatly appreciated, and you're encouraged to join the community to discuss!
  3. Hi! We're pleased to announce a new release for the WiFi Pineapple NANO: 2.7.0. This update addresses some of the bugs reported by the great community here on the forums and in the Hak5 Discord, as well as updates to some community packages and updates to OpenWRT. 2.7.0 Changelog: General OpenWRT version is now 19.07.2. Kernel has been updated from 4.14.133 to 4.14.171. Fixed an issue where OpenVPN would cause a kernel panic upon establishing tunnel. Recon Fixed an issue where live scans would fail on the WiFi Pineapple TETRA. Reporting Fixed an issue where emails would not be sent. Improved the user experience by automatically saving email settings when testing emails. Improved the user experience by forcing an email to send when testing, regardless of whether the "Send Email" option was checked. Advanced Fixed an issue where swap would not be mounted automatically on the NANO's SD Card. Renamed "USB" panel to "USB & Storage". Misc Added SSLSplit package to repositories. This fixes the SSLSplit module dependencies. Updated Kismet package in repositories. Updated Kismet-RemoteCap package in repositories. You can update your WiFi Pineapple NANO Over-The-Air via the Advanced module or manually at the Hak5 Download Center. ♥ - The Hak5 Development Team
  4. Hi All, Just a quick question regarding the WiFi pineapple NANO, I was going to test client mode on the pineapple but when inserting the usb WiFi adapter that comes with the pineapple it turns out it doesn’t work, it’s not to much of an issue I used another WiFi adapter whiched worked, are there drivers I need to install to get the WiFi adapter that Hak5 supplied working with the pineapple.
  5. Kismet - Pineapple Edition - With WEB-UI I just saw the video uploaded by Hak5 to youtube the other day, where they used an array of Tetra's running Kismet to scan ALL channels at all times. After that, i just had to get it working! Today i finally managed to compile the latest source-files for kismet, which also has a working web interface. I've tested it all day on my Tetra, but it should be working on the Nano as well. It might complain about the version of libmicrohttpd , so i recommend to also download the version of libmicrohttpd on my repo. (links to ipk's below) All the other libs should work (downloaded under installation), if you just remember to run opkg update before installing them. I've updated the version of Kismet (26.05.2018). So the "issue" with libmicrohttpd should be fixed, and it should now be content with the version on openwrt's repos. which it downloads under installation. Also tried adding support for libpcap and pcre, please test it out. ? Kismet Kismet-remote After installation: Run "kismet" inside a SSH terminal to the Pineapple. Kismet should launch. You should now be able to access the web-interface on TCP-port 2501. (Eg: http://172.16.42.1:2501) Another tip: run airodump-ng-oui-update on the Pineapple When completed, run: ln -s /etc/aircrack-ng/airodump-ng-oui.txt /etc/manuf This will make Kismet use Aircrack-ng's OUI database. ? Ask questions, or whine about issues here. I'll try my best to keep it up to date. Makefiles needed for the OpenWRT-SDK can be found on the repo. mentioned above, if you want to compile it yourself.
  6. Hello, I have a question regarding mounting the SD on the Nano. I don't see an fstab file on the Nano and where is the "Save Fstab" file in the web interface saving the fstab file? Here is what I've done. Nano is powered off, I put in an SD card into the Nano and powered up the Nano. SSH as root into the Nano after power up complete. Run df command, the SD card is not mounted. Issuing mount -a does not mount it. I cd to /etc/ to find the fstab file is a link to /tmp/fstab. The /tmp/fstab file does not exist. I then decided to power up the Nano first and then plug in the SD card. After Nano powers up, I plug in the SD card, run df command, the SD card is mounted. Seems it mounts automatically only after inserting card into running Nano., I have used the web interface and clicked the "Save Fstab" option with the SD card mounted, but I do not see a /etc/fstab file being saved. Do I simply create an /etc/fstab file so Nano mounts it at power up?
  7. Hi! We've just pushed Beta 1 for 1.0.2 to the WiFi Pineapple BETA Channel. This update features some small bug fixes and UX improvements since 1.0.1. If you'd like to try the upcoming release, updating is easily done by following the above guide. Change Log: Recon Fixed an issue where the dBi column would not sort. Show a message if all table columns are disabled. Fixed an issue where results would not update when navigating back to a running scan. Campaigns Added the functionality to delete campaign reports. Misc Fix an issue with ICS routing introduced in 1.0.1. Cloud C2 Improvements to Cloud C2 functionality. Add the ability to manage Client Mode whilst in C2 Mode. Upcoming Changes: Improved support for WPA3 and WPA2/3 Mixed Client Mode Have a suggestion? Let us know! We're constantly looking for feedback, especially during the public beta programs. If you're interested in joining the discussion, be sure to check out the community page and say hello! Thanks, Foxtrot
  8. Hi, I've just received the WiFi Pineapple Nano and everything seemed to work well until I had to connect to 172.16.42.1:1471 to set it up. I am using Windows 7 and my browser (Google Chrome) said that the site can't be reached and that the IP refused to connect. I did look on other forums but all I've seen was uncheck your internet sharing (was already done) and to reset it which didn't change anything. So I would really like some help to get this set up and finally upgrade my pentesting arsenal, thanks.
  9. This is my first post for absolutely ages to the Hak5 community, and was prompted after I discovered an issue whilst following the various set up guides within the community, and having read some really negative and unfounded comments from others having a go at Hak5 for set up issues. [disclaimer] From the very start, let me say that the issues were caused by my Virtual Server hosts here in the UK (Fasthosts) and by there system built in Firewall policy. Kudos goes to Hak5 Darren for pointing me in the right direction as I thought I was losing the plot. With hindsight, I should have checked the default firewall policy offered by my VPS hosts first and not assumed that everything was taken care of by the control panel gui.... Having created a new Debian VPS I followed the installation and setup guide https://docs.hak5.org/hc/en-us/articles/360012947614-Installation-and-Setup which appeared to work, I was able to connect to my new Cloud C2 control panel and add the generated setup token and licence key, and then add my WIFI Pineapple Mark VII using the downloadable device.config file generated by C2, however my Pineapple VII was unable to communicate with C2 and the connection status showed "last seen: never" which was odd considering the port used showed on the server as "open" and was listed as such in the VPS firewall settings. I tried again using different ports, each time with the same results. Turns out that my VPS host (Fasthosts) automatically block ports opened using the ufw utility which I used during the set up process. ufw allow 22,2022,80,8080,443/tcp ufw enable ufw reload ufw status The results showed:- To Action From -- ------ ---- 22,43,80,2022,8080/tcp ALLOW Anywhere 22,43,80,2022,8080/tcp (v6) ALLOW Anywhere (v6) And so I believed that the firewall was created correctly and working as expected. But as the Pineapple could not see the VPS I needed to dig a little deeper. So next I verified that the ports were closed using Netcat / Nmap First I scanned for open ports :- (**replace 192.168.1.1 with the IP of your server) nmap 192.168.1.1 The results were:- PORT STATE SERVICE 22/tcp open ssh 80/tcp open http 443/tcp closed https 2022/tcp closed down As I expected the ports to be open, I then asked nmap to check if the host was protected by a firewall nmap -sA 192.168.1.1 PORT STATE SERVICE 22/tcp filtered ssh 80/tcp filtered http 2022/tcp filtered down 8080/tcp filtered http-proxy Then I asked nmap to scan the host protected by a firewall nmap -PN 192.168.1.1 PORT STATE SERVICE 22/tcp open ssh 80/tcp open http 2022/tcp closed down 8080/tcp closed http-proxy The results were exactly the same after I disabled the ufw firewall ? and so I spoke to the tech support guys at Fasthosts who told me that they automatically block certain ports and using ufw and their built in firewall could cause various problems. One of the VPS setting options with Fasthosts is to create a firewall rule, opening (or closing) various ports. The default settings already included 22, 80, and although I had added 2022 & 8080 and they showed as "open" in the Fasthosts GUI they were in fact "closed" as Fasthosts were themselves blocking the two ports (and some others). Enabling and disabling the ufw firewall didn't have any affect but by enabling the Fasthosts firewall and closing all ports, then enabling the ufw firewall allowed the Pineapple MkVII to finally connect to the C2 server. Lesson learned. Don't believe what the VPS host GUI tells you. Here are all of the steps I used to spin up the Cloud C2 server from a completely fresh Debian install which did not have any networking tools enabled, the steps include the changes to the filenames to version 3.0.0. I realise that you can string commands together using && and automate confirmation using -y flag First I installed all of the tools that I wanted to have on my new VPS, you may have different ideas, also I had given myself root permissions, but you could use the sudo command. apt install vim apt install netcat apt install net-tools apt install unzip apt install ufw apt install wget Then I opened the ports ufw allow 22,2022,80,8080,443/tcp ufw enable ufw reload ufw status Next, collect the setup file from Hak5 wget https://c2.hak5.org/download/community -O /tmp/community Then unzip it unzip /tmp/community -d /tmp The version I used (v 3.0.0) creates a folder in the temp directory called C2-3.0.0 (note capital C) and places the setup files inside. I'm going to be using c2-3.0.0_amd64_linux in my example. First move the unzipped files to the bin folder mv /tmp/C2-3.0.0 /usr/local/bin Then create a new directory mkdir /var/hak5c2 Then create a service using Vim or your favourite text editor. vim /etc/systemd/system/hak5.service Then enter the following (or cut and paste) replacing xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx with the IP address of your virtual server. This example uses https. [Unit] Description=Hak5 C2 After=hak5.service [Service] Type=idle ExecStart=/usr/local/bin/C2-3.0.0/c2-3.0.0_amd64_linux -hostname xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx -https -db /var/hak5c2/c2.db [Install] WantedBy=multi-user.target You can cut and paste into vim 1. copy the content of the text from the text file (Ctrl-C or right-click & copy) 2. open the file you want to edit with the vim editor. 3. type 'i' to enter the insert mode ( check at the bottom for — INSERT –) 4. hit this key combination: Shift + Right-click & choose the 'Paste' from the menu. To save and quit vim, press the escape key followed by : w q ( colon write quit) Now reload, enable and start the hak5 service systemctl daemon-reload systemctl enable hak5.service systemctl start hak5.service Check to see if the service is running systemctl status hak5.service You should get a confirmation that the service is running, along with a setup token which you will need to enter into the Cloud C2 setup page along with your License key and account information. It will look something like this:- Oct 28 14:15:51 localhost c2-3.0.0_amd64_linux[1665]: [*] Initial Setup Required - Setup token: ABCD-2EF3-G45H-6IMN Now open up your favourite web browser and enter the IP address of your VPS https://192.168.0.1/#/setup Fill in the blanks needed to validate your license etc You should now be able to add Hak5 gear. See https://docs.hak5.org/hc/en-us/articles/360014295634-Adding-Devices-to-Cloud-C2 I'm don't profess to be a Linux expert nor am I the best teacher, but hopefully someone will benefit from some of the information provided. Keep Safe
  10. Hi! We're pleased to announce a new release for the WiFi Pineapple TETRA: 2.7.0. This update addresses some of the bugs reported by the great community here on the forums and in the Hak5 Discord, as well as updates to some community packages and updates to OpenWRT. 2.7.0 Changelog: General OpenWRT version is now 19.07.2. Kernel has been updated from 4.14.133 to 4.14.171. Fixed an issue where OpenVPN would cause a kernel panic upon establishing tunnel. Recon Fixed an issue where live scans would fail on the WiFi Pineapple TETRA. Reporting Fixed an issue where emails would not be sent. Improved the user experience by automatically saving email settings when testing emails. Improved the user experience by forcing an email to send when testing, regardless of whether the "Send Email" option was checked. Advanced Fixed an issue where swap would not be mounted automatically on the NANO's SD Card. Renamed "USB" panel to "USB & Storage". Misc Added SSLSplit package to repositories. This fixes the SSLSplit module dependencies. Updated Kismet package in repositories. Updated Kismet-RemoteCap package in repositories. You can update your WiFi Pineapple TETRA Over-The-Air via the Advanced module or manually at the Hak5 Download Center. ♥ - The Hak5 Development Team
  11. Please post general comments here so we can have one place to answer the common questions.
  12. What can be other use of Pineapple in daily life (w/ Pineapple firmware!), not just for pen testing. My initial setup also has Alfa awus036nha. Can it be used as Wifi signal booster; connects to wifi with awus036nha and you can connect to internet through AP121U LAN; other (name them). I presume, if you don't have stock firmware, which came with AP121U then you are stuck with Pineapple for life?
  13. I'm on firmware 2.7.0 I'm not sure why the the SD card keep getting corrupted. I have an 8 GB Micro SD formated via GUI. Should I use a bigger card like 64 GB or 128 GB ? Is there a specific format that I should format the card to prevent is corruption in the future ?
  14. 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. Obviously this is less than ideal. I've tried searching the forums and Google for any similar problem and can't find anything similar. I'm also having an issue with the Recon function on C2 working at all, but I posted about that one separately as others have reported that one. Any help or hint at what could be wrong would be greatly appreciated. I'm running Cloud C2 v2.1.2 Pro Edition on Windows Server 2016 build 1607 and WiFi Pineapple TETRA with firmware v2.7.0. WiFi Pineapple is using eth0 cabled to the LAN and connects to the C2 server over a stable private LAN with less than 2ms latency. I'm running everything on my internal LAN for right now, just to test. I've got PineAP running constantly, almost no modules installed (none of them are active anyway). Here's what the my C2 looks like when the Pineapple disconnects: There is nothing interesting in the Pineapple itself by watching logread. Here are my relevant Cloud C2 logs: 2020-04-28 12:28:07 Device 'Test Wifi Pineapple' has gone offline 2020-04-28 12:03:06 Device 'Test Wifi Pineapple' has started up 2020-04-28 11:28:49 Device 'Test Wifi Pineapple' has gone offline 2020-04-28 10:46:39 Device 'Test Wifi Pineapple' has started up 2020-04-28 09:42:04 Device 'Test Wifi Pineapple' has gone offline 2020-04-28 09:25:10 Device 'Test Wifi Pineapple' has started up 2020-04-27 17:01:00 Device 'Test Wifi Pineapple' has gone offline 2020-04-27 16:32:58 Device 'Test Wifi Pineapple' has started up
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    Anyone have experience hooking up a wifi pineapple to a macbook pro, can it be done, and how so?
  16. Hi! We're very excited to announce the release of the 2.6.x Firmware for the WiFi Pineapple TETRA! We've been working hard behind the scenes, listening to the great community feedback and building upon it to iron out reported bugs, add new features and bring updates to everyone's favourite fruity wireless device. Whether it's the updated kernel, fresh packages or improvements to PineAP and Recon - there's something in this firmware for you. 2.6.2 Changelog: PineAP Fix an issue where handshake captures might fail after a timed, non-live scan. Fix an issue where starting a handshake capture when a scan is not running would result in incorrect channel hopping behaviour. Misc Work around a kernel bug causing packet filtering to fail in some tools. Thank you @adde88! 2.6.1 Changelog: General Fix an issue affecting the microSD card on some WiFi Pineapple NANOs. Fix an issue where external USB WiFi adapters would register before internal interfaces. Module Manager Dialogs are now used for Module installation and updating. Add a message about third-party modules before installation. Misc Added missing kernel modules to the Hak5 Package Repositories. 2.6.0 Changelog: General Update firmware base from OpenWRT 15.05 to OpenWRT 19.07. Update kernel from 3.18.84 to 4.14.133. Ensure all opkg feeds are HTTPS. Update PHP5 to PHP7. Update HostAPd from 2.6 to 2.7. Improve SD Card stability on the WiFi Pineapple NANO. Include support for the MediaTek MT76x2 wireless chipsets. Dashboard Fix an issue where the "SSIDs collected this session" counter wouldn't reset after a reboot. Use more reliable method of obtaining CPU usage. PineAP Fix a rare crash due to memory corruption. Fix an issue where PineAP options would unselect if PineAP was disabled. Fix an issue where PineAP Enterprise would not work if Management AP was disabled. Improve beacon effectiveness by rotating through SSID Pool. Greatly improve memory and CPU consumption. Fix an issue where Raw Frame Injection might hang indefinitely. Add an option to reset the 'SSIDs collected this session' counter on the Dashboard. Recon Ensure that previous scan dates are displayed correctly. Networking Improve Client Mode reliability. Configuration Fix an issue where the user configured timezone would not set correctly. Advanced Fix an issue where the SD Card format may hang indefinitely. Misc Update Cloud C2 Client. Packages Add Kismet Package. Add Kismet Remote Capture Package. Updates to a huge variety of commonly used packages. A special thank you to the community members who provided excellent beta feedback: - adde88 - dragorn - Just_A_User ♥ - The Hak5 Development Team
  17. Hi! We're very excited to announce the release of the 2.6.x Firmware for the WiFi Pineapple NANO! We've been working hard behind the scenes, listening to the great community feedback and building upon it to iron out reported bugs, add new features and bring updates to everyone's favourite fruity wireless device. Whether it's the updated kernel, fresh packages or improvements to PineAP and Recon - there's something in this firmware for you. 2.6.2 Changelog: PineAP Fix an issue where handshake captures might fail after a timed, non-live scan. Fix an issue where starting a handshake capture when a scan is not running would result in incorrect channel hopping behaviour. Misc Work around a kernel bug causing packet filtering to fail in some tools. Thank you @adde88! 2.6.1 Changelog: General Fix an issue affecting the microSD card on some WiFi Pineapple NANOs. Fix an issue where external USB WiFi adapters would register before internal interfaces. Module Manager Dialogs are now used for Module installation and updating. Add a message about third-party modules before installation. Misc Added missing kernel modules to the Hak5 Package Repositories. 2.6.0 Changelog: General Update firmware base from OpenWRT 15.05 to OpenWRT 19.07. Update kernel from 3.18.84 to 4.14.133. Ensure all opkg feeds are HTTPS. Update PHP5 to PHP7. Update HostAPd from 2.6 to 2.7. Improve SD Card stability on the WiFi Pineapple NANO. Include support for the MediaTek MT76x2 wireless chipsets. Dashboard Fix an issue where the "SSIDs collected this session" counter wouldn't reset after a reboot. Use more reliable method of obtaining CPU usage. PineAP Fix a rare crash due to memory corruption. Fix an issue where PineAP options would unselect if PineAP was disabled. Fix an issue where PineAP Enterprise would not work if Management AP was disabled. Improve beacon effectiveness by rotating through SSID Pool. Greatly improve memory and CPU consumption. Fix an issue where Raw Frame Injection might hang indefinitely. Add an option to reset the 'SSIDs collected this session' counter on the Dashboard. Recon Ensure that previous scan dates are displayed correctly. Networking Improve Client Mode reliability. Configuration Fix an issue where the user configured timezone would not set correctly. Advanced Fix an issue where the SD Card format may hang indefinitely. Misc Update Cloud C2 Client. Packages Add Kismet Package. Add Kismet Remote Capture Package. Updates to a huge variety of commonly used packages. A special thank you to the community members who provided excellent beta feedback: - adde88 - dragorn - Just_A_User As usual, catch the update via OTA in the WiFi Pineapple Web Interface or grab it the Hak5 Download Portal. ♥ - The Hak5 Development Team
  18. Hi, When I want to execute hostapd-wpe on Wifi Pineapple I don't have problems, but when someone connects to the AP, it appears the following error: Using interface wlan1 with hwaddr 00:13:37:a7:11:80 and ssid "AcrylicWiFi-bgn" wlan1: interface state UNINITIALIZED->ENABLED wlan1: AP-ENABLED wlan1: STA 10:b1:f8:ae:c0:4b IEEE 802.11: authenticated wlan1: STA 10:b1:f8:ae:c0:4b IEEE 802.11: associated (aid 1) wlan1: CTRL-EVENT-EAP-STARTED 10:b1:f8:ae:c0:4b wlan1: CTRL-EVENT-EAP-PROPOSED-METHOD vendor=0 method=1 wlan1: CTRL-EVENT-EAP-PROPOSED-METHOD vendor=0 method=25 SSL: TLS processing failed I use default configuration. How can I fix this problem? Thx!
  19. I just currently purchased the Hak5 Essentials Kit and currently setting up the pineapple nano. I have connected to wifi and able to see the modules available, but when I download one a prompt says, This module is developed by sebkinne, a third-party developer. Generally, module support can be found at forums.hak5.org. You do not have enough free space to install this module. Please insert an SD card and ensure that it is formatted correctly. I tried to reformat to ext /fat in disk utility, as I'm on a macpro. I am also running Virtual box with Backtrack5 and trying to make everything connect cohesively. Me being new to security and linux- doing this alone has proved to be somewhat difficult. I have saved the fstab- (which said downloaded successfully) also I clocked format card from the advanced options tab on the GUI and nothing happens. I apologize if there is a significant lack of information but I am eager to dial this in and learn what I need to use this awesome tool. Please advise and thanks for taking the time!
  20. Hello everyone, I've been playing around with a freshly acquired Wifi Pineapple Tetra. I upgraded, did a few factory resets and frimware reset too I there a two problems that need to be fixed. The first one apparead with the firmware upgrade from 2.4.something to the latest 2.6.2. : The live scan results don't print. We need to do a scan, stop it and load the scan file to output the results. I have seen this issue a few times on the forums but no admin/dev here made any answer or fix. WE NEED TO FIX THIS. This feature is important for the field pentesting. The second one is linked to wlan1mon. When I enable the PineAp, wlan1 goes into monitor mode and becomes wlan1mon. When PineAP gets disabled, the reverse operation is not done, making the red LED to keep blinking even though the PineAP is stopped. Any admin or dev here could take a look at this please ?
  21. I'm trying to decide between the Tetra Basic and Tactical. Is the difference simply the backpack/ shoulder bag? Also, what all is included in the box? Thanks.
  22. Tmux - Compiled for the WiFi Pineapples I'am posting this to the forums after a request from @kbeflo. He meant other people also would be interested in using this. Tmux is a "terminal multiplexer", allowing the user to switch between different programs in one terminal. I will not be providing extensive support for this. If you're curios about how it's working, try googling it. ? EDIT: 17.May-2018: Finally, working! [Download]
  23. Hi everyone, I bought a wifi pineapple about a couple of years ago. I've been searching for a battering thin enough to fit the case and be plugged using the U shaped usb connector. I know about the anker and pineapple juince models.. however, I can't find them online (shipping to belgium). Has anyone else found another battery that fits?? Thanks a lot!
  24. I have recently bought the pineapplw wifi tetra one, I'm trying to understand if somebody could list all the offensive use cases we can do with it ? thanks
  25. Hi everyone, just started out with my pineapple so bare with me. I have set my pineapple up on my laptop previous to this post and was working fine. But now i wanted to set it up on my Galaxy s8 and when i power on the pineapple and connect my phone, it gets stuck on "Waiting for connection". I have enabled tethering and yes my carrier supports tethering. Not really sure what my next move is.
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