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  1. Hi all, Does anyone know for definite whether the Ralink RT3070L chipset supports packet injection, for use with aircrack-ng? It's the chipset present in the ALFA AWUS036NH (The one with the green-tinge). Correction - That Alfa uses the RT3070, but I'm looking at the RT3070L chipset. I appear to be finding conflicting information across the web, or only finding results for the RT3070, not the L version. The aircrack-ng site doesn't appear to list the chipset. The last poster here seems to hint that it works fine. The RT3070 is listed here as good for wardriving, but it doesn't mention the RT3070L. Etc. Just need a definitive answer before I buy something that uses the RT3070L chipset and end up disappointed. Thank you.
  2. ok so im stumped, have installed the ralink-fw for the 5370 yet my kali machine will still not detect this adaptor, the hak5 site states this adaptor works with kali yet for me its not, i have other adaptors but i like how small this is thanks in advance
  3. I just got my pineapple a day ago, first thing I did right after testing its awesomeness was to replace the old dd-wrt linksys router from my WiFi Kit. Here's the result; The Kit consist of the following parts; - WiFi Pineapple MK4 - Ralink 300mW USB WiFi radio - 3G Modem, Router, AP - 4 port USB2.0 Hub - WiSpy 2.4 spectrum analyzer - WiSpy device finder (directional antenna) - High gain patch directional antenna - USB Bluetooth 2.0 dongle - 32Gb USB Key device (USB SwissKnife 2.0 pictured) - 12v 6000mAh LiPo battery - 2000mW WiFi Booster (inside the accessory bag) - 5v 3A UBEC (Voltage regulator) - Accessory bag with different antenna, patch, cable and gender changer) I get about 8h with everything on with the huge battery. It also has enough Amps to jump start a car (can always be useful if wardriving) ... The 2 directional antenna really work, I could leave it a few block away, for longer range there is a 2W booster in the accessory pouch but the battery would drain twice faster, plus the fact that transmitting at 2W require a HAM licence. I’m planning to replace the Ralink radio for an Alpha. While the pineapple fully recognize the Ralink, it can’t perform Deauth and other function that the Alpha can do. Still, I can use it to connect to the Pineapple which can perform the more advanced function. I’ll also replace the WiSpy with a Ubertooth because the WiSpy is not supported on the Pineapples. The Ubertooth will also replace the cheap USB Bluetooth dongle currently used. The Wispy and everything connected to the USB Hub can be connected to a laptop instead of the Pineapple so its not completely useless. There is also the HakRF project that look very interesting considering I work a lot with RF, not just WiFi. The Kit can easily communicate with my Omega Kit trough the UART interface of the Pineapples but I don’t see many scenario where that would be needed.
  4. Running fw 2.6.1 using a powered hub with a flashdrive. When booting with my Atheros AR9271 (Alfa AWUS036NHA) inserted all is good, pineapple detects it as wlan1 and internal as wlan0 When booting with my Ralink RT2501/RT2573 inserted, pineapple detects it as wlan0 and internal as wlan1. Why is the Ralink assigned as phy0 instead of the internal wlan Only when booting the pineapple without the Ralink and inserting it after boot it will detect as wlan1. dmesg output with both devices inserted:
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