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My first thread here on Hak5, so bare with me I don't follow rules. If I violate anything please ask me to stop, within reason I will comply. I'm just going to say this one time: I'm not responsible for your poor decision to do this. You break it, youre buying a new one, not me. Blame me for anything and I will laugh in your face, and make fun of you to my friends. That being said, lets start hacking some Pineapples! Goals: I want to construct a chroot environment discussed here by Matt Burch https://www.optiv.com/blog/pineapple-corporate-toolkit-part-1 Where he di
I am not sure if I am missing something obvious but I have just picked up a MK5 and was looking at integrating my wireless toolset into the pineapple. I have been able to download the source and compile my binary packages, however I have noticed that firmware 2.3.0 runs wpad-mini and not full wpad. This appears to limit the ability to run hostapd's integrated RADIUS server. I have attempted to build wpad from the source contained at http://wiki.wifipineapple.com/#!build_guide.md but it appears the source for hostapd is an older version than the 2.3.0 firmware and does not include the pineapple
Hi guys, so I recently accessed for the first time a wireless network with RADIUS username and password style instead of the traditional wifi PSK, got a bit curious and after a little research about it's way of functioning and vulnerabilities I read that it was possible to obtain the MD5 hash relating to the password and username, but there seems to be little information on anything more specific. Do you know how this works? Is the MD5 obtained by monitoring an authentication or can you fake simulate an authentication with a username and get the MD5 with the password? Cheers ;)