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So this is basically an update to my post here: I didn't know how the person got my RAT in the first place and how they got onto my computer. Now I know that it wasn't someone that got into my Computer because of the cracked version of the Rat-Program - even though there was a silent monero miner in it - but it was someone that got my file from VirusTotal. It's a site where you can scan files and see which out of like 50 antiviruses detect it. I didn't know that they distribute the files and that you can straightly DOWNLOAD them from the site. So someone was probably running a bo
Attempting to set up nano, using Kali Linux amd64 in Virtual Machine. The nano ran through the initial firmware setup fine along with password settings for 172.16.42.1.... Attempted to install wp6.sh, and got to step 3 of 3 where it's saying "select wifi pineapple interface" and it doesn't recognize the Nano. ifconfig shows eth0 and lo iwconfig shows eth0 and lo with no wireless extensions. I have internet through my laptop wireless, and the Virtual machine is connected. Attempted to load bulletins and have no connection on 172.16.42.1:1471 Under USB in Kali Linux it shows ASIX ELEC CO
So I just got my Wifi Pineapple and it does its job very well. But I have a program, specifically for Kali and it doesnt work for the Wifi Pineapple (because the dev won't support it) Is their any way for kali to recongnize wlan0 and wlan1 as devices? - ninjapriest2000
Can you take a Mark 5 pineapple out of the box and plug and play with a Windows 7 box or do you need to run a virtual machine on the Windows box first. I ask as VM machine scares the hell out of me. Full cred to those very kind souls who help answer and fix this and other problems. I don't know if they go by a handle. They check in on the new stuff posted page at the Hak5 Forum each day where they find the new stuff...easy stuff,(like mine and hard stuff like, What is the answer............... forty ummm?)sniff over your problem and we the end user expect the world and they expect nothing f