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I recently bought a WiFi Pineapple Tetra and started playing with it. I'm having a few issues that I need a bit of guidance in. I set it up. It scans, it's also connected to my LAN via ethernet. It receives the news bulletins and I can ssh into it so I know it's connected. I can update patches and it pulls data from wifi scans, load modules and dependencies. However... The reporting log shows multiple repeats of these two errors: 2019-09-10-19:00: Failed to save to SD card - no SD card found 2019-09-10-19:19: Failed to send email to email@example.com (this isn't the real address)
[TL;DR below] Hello, Firstly I would like to say that the Tetra is an amazing piece of equipment and love that it is still being updated. Yesterday I powered up my Tetra again and noticed all the new updates (has probably not been on for a year) and love that it is still very active. That being said, I would like to talk about active remote logging. My goal is to set up the Pineapple Tetra to listen to beacons/probe requests, send this information (preferable syslog 514) to a logcollector so that I can send the information to a Kibana or Grafana dashboard. I live near a pretty b
I'm trying to generate an email'd report of the AP & Client scan, however the report can't make it out via email. I'm seeing these errors in the System Log: Wed Mar 30 09:00:00 2016 cron.info crond: USER root pid 6834 cmd /pineapple/modules/Reporting/files/reporting Wed Mar 30 09:00:46 2016 mail.err sSMTP: Unable to locate mail Wed Mar 30 09:00:46 2016 mail.err sSMTP: Cannot open mail:25 Report configuration is set to: Generate Report every 1 hrs Send Report via Email Report Contents set to: PineAP Site Survey Duration of AP & Client scan: 30 seconds Email Config
I am currently working on a research project and was told about a study that had two penetration tests on the same network and found that their individual findings only overlapped by roughly 25%--AKA they only find 25% of the same vulnerabilities. I was told that this was a study done by Microsoft but have searched high and low and been unable to find it. I was hoping someone else may have some information or know where to find this report or any reports with similar findings.