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  1. Hello! This firmware marks a massive release for the WiFi Pineapple Mark VII, with a huge set of feature additions, bug fixes and improvements to many aspects of the project and it's user experience. From reliability fixes in PineAP and Recon to the addition of the Package browser and a WPA/2 Evil AP or out of the box support for supported 802.11ac adapters, there is sure to be something in this version for you. As always, you can grab the update OTA by giving your WiFi Pineapple an internet connection and navigating to Settings -> Software Update in the Web UI. A huge thank you to the beta testers for this release who provided great feedback and bug reports, you are invaluable and much appreciated! To further join the discussion, feel free to join the Discord chat. You can catch the full changelog below, and highlights of the new firmware in the second reply to this topic. Changelog 1.1.1: General Update the Pineapple Python library. Setup Fix a UX issue where the Filter description doesn't show until a mode is selected. Recon Fix an issue where some partial handshake captures would not have enough data to be crackable. Settings Remove the Nightly Update channel. Changelog 1.1.0: General Add a setup walkthrough dialog when attaching an AC-capable USB radio to the WiFi Pineapple. Improve the displaying of dates from the future in some UI pages. 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 Add Sweden to WiFi Country Code list. 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 Fix a crash. Fix an issue where extended Recon scans would lead to a memory leak. Add Sweden to WiFi Country Code list. 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 Add a dialog to clarify what a handshake capture does, when clicking "Start Handshake Capture". Fix an issue where handshakes in custom locations couldn't be downloaded. 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 Improve default colours for log entries in dark theme. Improve column width for the System Log. 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 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 Add a placeholder for when the Pineapple hasn't receieved a Client Mode IP address yet. Add signal strength to discovered Client Mode networks. 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. Thanks, foxtrot
  2. 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
  3. 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!
  4. 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
  5. 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
  6. Hey everyone, Version 1.4 of the Bash Bunny firmware is now available! With it comes an important fix which will prevent the device from boot-looping when an invalid update file is put onto the root of the Bash Bunny's storage partition. A bug in the Bash Bunny's QUACK command has also been fixed and all underlying packages have been updated. Find all the fixes and features in the changelog and bounce on by to BashBunny.com/downloads for your devious device download (\_/)
  7. Hi, Hak5Forums! I'm new here and would like to post some code I wrote for the USB Rubber Ducky that allows you guys to make a RAT (Remote-Administration Tool) with the Ducky. Here is the GitHub Link: https://github.com/untitledusername/duckyRAT GitHub Wiki/Tutorial Link: https://github.com/untitledusername/duckyRAT/wiki Please note, this script doesn't allow webcam access or things of that such (I'm sure you can probably get that somehow using the command line) This script only allows you to run CMD commands on the victim's PC. If you have any questions I'll gladly answer them down below. Edit: I'm working on adding features to take screenshots of victim's desktop, webcam, etc. Thanks everybody, enjoy! - untitled ❤
  8. TLDR: https://github.com/ThoughtfulDev/PyDuckGen Hey, since the Simple-Ducky Payload Generator is discontinued i think.. i just wanted to create an easy way to generate existing payloads and move the needed files to the Rubber Ducky. PyDuck is a Python Script which helps you to get your once written USB Rubber Ducky Payloads onto your Duck's SDCard quickly. You can even change variable components by using a simple set <attribute> <val> command. All of this is made easy with a Metasploit like interface. Simply choose your payload with use <payload> configure it and there you go :) Have a look into the bundled modules in the module folder to understand the attributes but here is a quick explanation. Your duckscript is: ... STRING <replacable_text> ... In your module.json just add you attribute to the attributes tree like this: "attributes": { "replacable_text": "The default value" } If you know load your payload with 'use <your_payload>' you can now use the following: set replacable_text Hak5 is awesome :) If you then generate the inject.bin using: gen or generate the <replacable_text> will be replaced with Hak5 is awesome. Isn't that...awesome? :D You can even add folder/files to your module.json which are needed for you payload (have a look at the mimikatz_lazagne payloads to see how this works.) I really suggest that you have a look at the existing payloads to figure out how this works :D More Information can be found on the Github Repo: https://github.com/ThoughtfulDev/PyDuckGen Let me know what you think.
  9. Just got done watching the latest episode of HAK5. Where they were referenced on Mr.Robot. At the end I seen that there is a Wifi Pineapple book that can be purchased. When I went online to purchase the Wifi Pineapple book. I could not find it. Any help is much appreciated. Thanks
  10. This is my first contribution as I am brand new to RubberDucky, This payload sets the syskey password and requires password on reboot. The password is sets is "quackdown" . After setting the password it will force a reboot resulting in a locked computer. This is just a prank and can be fixed with system restore or you can just disable the password requirement by running syskey again. Total execute time should be right at 25 seconds. ducky_code.txt inject.bin
  11. USB Rubber Ducky Tool Windows GUI for USB Rubber Ducky Description This tool was made to help beginner users of the USB Rubber Ducky create and copy payloads directly to their Ducky's MicroSD card. I decided to do this mini project since I am in an Intro C# class. I added all the features/options I could think of and tried to make is as user friendly as possible. I would love any feedback, recommendations, or tips that you have to offer! The GitHub Project Direct Download Features Select HD: Which drive the home directory for the ducky will be made.MicroSD: Which removable storage device the .bin file will be copied to.Refresh Devices: Will refresh the HD and MicroSD options.Keyboard Layout: Allows users to select keyboard layout of scripts using encoder 2.x options. Eject: Ejects the MicroSD card. Save Payload: Saves contents of messagebox to text file. Make .bin: Creates .bin based on the .txt script made using the encoder. Copy .bin: Copies .bin made to removable storage device selected. To-DO List Payload Selection: Allow users to select pre-existing payloads from the Rubber Ducky Wiki.Firmware Options: Ability to change Ducky's Firmware.Recommendations? I'll take any ideas and recommendations users may have!Screenshot
  12. Intro If you're like me, you'll want to get the most out of your USB Rubber Ducky. How do we do that? We flash firmwares that allow multiple payloads such as Detour Duck! The problem I had with Detour Duck is that the process of selecting your scripts, compiling them, and loading them on your microSD AND THEN TESTING was a giant pain in the ass. When troubleshooting/debugging your scripts the last thing I want to do is spend half of my time, typing out the compiler commands, and loading the files onto my flash drive in the correct script order. My solution? Ducky Deploy! An automated DuckyScript Encoder GUI that enables anyone, especially first timers, to code and load their first Ducky Script within seconds! What can you do with Ducky Deploy? - One click compile, load AND eject your microSD (No more long cli commands!) - Quickly associate Ducky Scripts with Trigger keys (Ducky Decode and variants only) - Quickly choose keyboard layouts - Quickly change out existing ducky scripts on your microSD - Easily visualize all your Ducky settings at a glance This project is not quite finished as there's a couple of other improvements I want to make, but otherwise, it's working pretty well IMHO. Let me know in the comments what you think! Suggestions/improvements? Current version - v1.0.0703.0831 - Duck encoder 2.6.3 Wishlist - Custom keyboard layout chooser (workaround already there) - Overwrite all checkbox - Instead of delete all... - Include the ability to change your encoder?/specify one? MegaWish - Verify that a drive and not a folder is selected - Verify that the compiler finished Ducky Deploy Release.rar
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