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  1. Hi I want to test the security of my home router. I’m currently double NAT’d(ISP router first) and want to test my router before exposing to the internet. Does anyone know of any processes/tools that I can use to make sure everything is ok? I've used nmap and nothing appears open that shouldn’t be. Any advice/guidance would be much appreciated. **This is my home network and I have full access to infrastructure and security**
  2. I have a pineapple tetra and am currently interning with an I.T. admin. We decided to see how the Cisco AP's would react to the tetra. I booted up Kali and the pineapple on my laptop (which was connected to the guest network) and immediately, the admin received texts and emails that a rogue AP had been detected. When I tried to deauth the AP's for the guest network, they blocked it and sent another email saying the attacks were "contained." As I come to understand wireless networks, I assume being on the guest wifi helped detect the tetra, but I also assume that a wifi adapter in monitor mode could pick up devices without the Cisco AP's flagging it... The goal is to get to the hidden wlan- pineapple or not, any suggestions would be great for accessing the wlan. Cheers
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