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  1. Hi! After upgrading my Tetra to firmware 2.6.1, DWall and urlsnarf don't work anymore. I can start both modules, but it seems they don't collect any data. Does anyone else have the same problem? And how can I downgrade to 2.5.x again (last stable version on my pineapples....) Thanks!
  2. Module: urlsnarf Version: 1.4 Features: Manage dependencies Live output Start on boot Run History Change log: 1.4 Bug fixes
  3. Hi guys, If you're getting the error: urlsnarf: br-lan: No such device exists (SIOCGIFHWADDR: No such device) Fear not it's an easy fix. You just need to swap out br-lan in the module code for eth0. Here's a foolproof guide on how to do that: 1) Load up your LAN Turtle, then 'Esc' at the main menu to take you to the Turtle terminal. 2) Type the following to go to modules cd /etc/turtle/modules/ 3) Use the following command to edit the urlsnarf module nano urlsnarf 4) Hit Ctrl + \ and type br-lan hit enter then type eth0 hit enter again and then p
  4. Hi guys. I just got my LAN Turtle, I was trying to sniff credentials over HTTP but I didn't find any module to do the job. The closest one to what I need is URLSnarf but it only logs the URLS of the request, is there a module to read the data of the requests? Or, Can I read the data of the request with URLSnarf?
  5. Hi ! I wrote this script to sniff on OPN 802.11 networks and extract URLs but it seems that the last part with Urlsnarf doesn't work ! Can you please help me to correct it? #!/bin/bash # My first script #enter functions press_enterandstop() { echo -en "\nPress Enter to continue" read #airmon-ng stop mon0 } press_enternoclear() { echo -en "\nPress Enter to continue" read } press_enter() { echo -en "\nPress Enter to continue" read clear } #kill NeworkManager selection= until [ "$selection" = "1" ]; do echo " NeworkManager 1 - Sto
  6. I've spent quite some hours getting deeper into the Mark V but some points are just not clear for me. I was hoping somebody knows more about the issues because the are not well documentated and info is hard to find. Let me explain you my setup, I use the Pineapple for 2 purposes : 1) PineAP to spoof SSID and get clients 2) In my LAN as DHCP and GATEWAY so that I'm able to see what's going on. I turned off my router DHCP and now the DHCP from the Mark V sets hisself as gateway and DNS Server. The Pineapple uses on his turn the router which has the DHCP disabled as gateway for the internet
  7. Hi all, I want to capture the HTTP POST data with urlsnarf 1.2. However, the urlsnarf log just simply shows the IP address, time, HTTP header and etc. How can I get those request data? Please help me. Thanks a lot.
  8. I have a MK4 on 2.8.1 and when I USB connect my Cyanogen phone, I get an IP on the main control panel, can check for updates, etc. I have JUST recently factory reset the MK4 after a long gap in use that led to me forgetting passwords, etc. When a wireless user connects via karma or directly to the AP, their connection shows up in the log, and they get an IP, but they can't see the Internet. Is there a step I am missing that allows the passthrough? I haven't tried anything because I don't know what to try. A twitter follower (https://twitter.com/W9HAX/status/649056274756304898) suggested IP
  9. Its been working and now it won't show any logs..?
  10. A while back Em3rgency from Top-Hat-Sec created a script that worked in BackTrack. I recently modified it to work in Kali. Check it out for your Fake AP pleasure. Check out my blog for the script at http://goo.gl/UFYMg3 http://wp.me/p479Vp-1p instead. Let me know if you run into any problems running it.
  11. Is there a command to filter just the URL's. Bit annoying to filter the other crap that comes in the logs. Maybe some other useful filter commands??? Thanks
  12. hey i running a windows PC and i want to know how to set up urlsnarf. in windows. i clicked start urlsnarf and nothing happened.
  13. Hi guys. I have Mark IV Pineapple with the latest firmware: 2.7.0 and the modules: sslstrip, urlsnarf installed in an external stick mounted in my pineapple. I can run sslstrip and urlsnarf succesfully but only separately. If I start both of them, urlsnarf is not showing any log output (Refresh is enabled, and Logging to usb is enabled). Is there a way to run them simultaneously? (because in a typical sslstrip mitm attack both of the tools can run). I don't know if it's a problem that only I face. Thanks in advance
  14. Hello all! So first of all urlsnarf doesn't seem to output any logs from client's traffic.Sometimes urlsnarf would output random traffic, but there doesn't seem to be a pattern that I can see. Is there something urlsnarf specifically looks for, or checks for? Maybe I don't know what it specifically does. Second, dnsspoof is spotty in how it works. Sometimes it will correctly re-direct traffic, but other times it won't. It's a little hard to explain, here is a ping output: xandermbp:~ alexander$ ping www.reddit.com PING a659.b.akamai.net (165.254.26.73): 56 data bytes 64 bytes from 165.254
  15. Hello I recently got the mk4 but i am having problems with it freezing and/or crashing randomly and very often. Im running 2.7.0, poe to ethernet and power via usb port on laptop (i have tried with the pineapple juice aswell) What happens is im setting it up as per tutorial/how-to so its default setup, run the wp4.sh and i have access to the gui,everything works as it should but it seems like when i use sslstrip and urlsnarf together that is a sure freeze issue for the mk4. It does not answer ping nor ssh and needs a complete reboot and a wp4.sh run againg. This also happens (although mayb
  16. In the source for the urlsnarf module version 2.4 on firmware 2.7, the CSS resource is linked as follows: <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="css/urlsnarf.css" /> <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="css/firmware.css" /> [/CODE] These files do not exist when installed to USB or internal memory, causing the page to render incorrectly. I've tried removing and re-installing to no avail. Not sure why this is - it seemed to work fine before firmware 2.7 was installed.
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