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  1. So I just got my first Wifi Pineapple nano, and followed the firmware update video for android. Eventually I got it to respond to the firmware update. But since I'd ran into issues and reset before, I unplugged it. Only this time it had FINALLY began working on the firmware update(I think). I saw no change in the LED and the only evidence was a phone browser page that failed to load. After this my nano is stuck in a boot loop, so the only way I can get it to stay on and stable is by holding the reset button. I believe this is the recovery mode(total newbie here). The part that has me stumped is the nano has decided it wants to have the IP of 169.254.254.247 and WILL not respond to browser connections. However it will respond to ping requests. I am using Win10 since my laptop where I was learning Kali got water damage...another joy. Any suggestions or help would be greatly appreciated.
  2. With the new update that came out I have been having issues with the Recon on the Wifi Pineapples (Tetra and Nano). Whenever I do a scan starts but just continuously searches for results. A few seconds to a minute later the "Out of Range Clients" appears but with nothing underneath. Is this a known issue or am I doing something. I haven't changed any configurations as far as power supplies or interface devices.
  3. Hi All, Just a quick question regarding the WiFi pineapple NANO, I was going to test client mode on the pineapple but when inserting the usb WiFi adapter that comes with the pineapple it turns out it doesn’t work, it’s not to much of an issue I used another WiFi adapter whiched worked, are there drivers I need to install to get the WiFi adapter that Hak5 supplied working with the pineapple.
  4. TLDR; I designed and 3D printed a drone from scratch. Used Phantom 3 STD motors from a crashed phantom, a Mini Pix flight controller, a 4 in 1 ESC, a generic PDB, a FlySky I6S controller and receiver, and a 4S 2000mAh 65C battery, to get the drone in the air, and strapped a WiFi Pineapple to the bottom powering it off the battery with a 5v BEC. I call it the PWN Drone, and hope to use it for pentesting engagements, and to educate the public about the attacks that are out there and how to keep themselves safe. Just sharing my experience, and ideas. Pics to come, when I have time to host them. Website for more info: https://olilenel.wixsite.com/pwndrone Questions, comments, criticisms welcome. A while back I had the idea to create a penetration testing drone. I fired up the google machine and came up with a couple of people who had already delved into this idea. The first one I stumbled on was the danger drone created by bishop fox. I loved the idea, but kept looking. Not long after I found some videos on YouTube by HAK5 and GlytchTec that were more along the lines of what I had in mind. So in August of 2018 I ordered a 3D printer (the Creality CR-10 4S) and began doing some research on how to make a drone like this. I used HAK5 and GlytchTec's drones as inspiration, but wanted a fully custom design, so I got to work with sketchup and began designing a drone that was modeled after the DJI mavic (I liked her curves 😉). A couple of weeks later I had a shell, and discovered that I absolutely love 3D printing, especially for designing drones. Its the perfect combination. No more buying parts online if something breaks, just a quick 14 hour print and you have yourself a shiny new part! And the limitation is your imagination (and weight and size considerations). Not to mention the cost, if you don't factor in the $500 3D printer, is considerably less than buying parts. The frame cost me less than $20 to print! Next step, flight components. I needed a flight controller, ESC's (Electronic Speed Controllers), a PDB (Power Distribution Board), a transmitter and receiver, a battery, a GPS, a payload, and a way to power it, screws, glues, the list goes on. Time for some more research. It was at this point that I realized that I had never flown a drone before, and I might need some experience with an established system before I went off and created my own. Time for some eBay shopping! After a week of scouring eBay for a cheap drone to test my flight skills out, I found a DJI Phantom 3 STD for $200 that came with everything I needed to get started. It even came with prop guards, an extra battery and controller, and I thought a camera drone would be a lot of fun, plus I wouldn't need an expensive FPV setup. So I pulled the trigger and bought it. A week later it showed up at my door, and I had it flying within a matter of a couple of hours (batteries had to charge). If you've never flown a drone before, i just have to say, their a lot of fun! I flew it every day for the next week. Every chance I had I was putting it in the air, and by the end of the week I was getting pretty good at maneuvering it around my back yard, around an obstacle course I set up to get my flight skills up to par. I even began working on getting some good angles and shots with the camera mounted on the Phantom. I live by a large lake with some beautiful sunsets. At the end of the week against my better judgement, I decided to take the drone to the lake to try and get some video of a beautiful peninsula that sticks out into the water, with a beautiful sunset as a backdrop. The scene was ideal, the wind not so much. But it wasn't going to stop me. I took the phantom out for a test flight, and it seemed to deal with the wind just fine. Time to work on some sick drone shots. I launched the phantom from the beach and slowly began moving towards the peninsula, and was super excited, the video looked gorgeous! I was flying the phantom close to the peninsula with the camera slowly panning left and it opened up to the sunset as the drone was flying along the edge of the peninsula. I was in deep concentration at this point, flying it completely from the camera view on my phone (Bad Idea). As I neared the end of the peninsula, the wind picked up and blew my new phantom into the trees at the edge of the peninsula, at which point my phantom decided it had had enough of the flying, and wanted to become a submarine 😢. After recovering my poor phantom from about 10 feet of water, the lights were still blinking, and I knew she was toast. The cool thing about drone motors is that they don't really mind being submerged in fresh water. I lost $200 and a drone, but now I had some motors for my PWN Drone. Ya gotta look on the bright side. This shaped the components I was going to use to make my 3D printed shell. I looked up the specs of the DJI Phantom 3 STD and found out that the motors use 20A ESC's. Not bad. I then found the PIX hawk, a flight controller with some pretty sweet features like: autonomous flight, plug and play design, and a pretty simple setup process. But the PIX hawk was way to big for the frame. I played around with the idea of a DJI NAZA-M but they are pretty pricey. It wasn't long after I found the baby brother of the PIX hawk, the aptly named Mini Pix. It had all of the same features of the PIX hawk but was much smaller. Perfect. It also cost considerably less than the DJI NAZA-M. I found the cheapest place to get these was good old BangGood.com. This is what decided a lot of the other missing components. The Mini Pix came with a PDB, I found a 4 in 1 20A ESC that was the same form factor as the Mini Pix, and decided on the FlySky I6S controller transmitter bundle, added two 4S 2000 mAh 65C batteries with a cheap charger, and found a compatible radiolink GPS designed for the Mini Pix. This was essentially all that I needed to get the drone in the air. BangGood is great for pricing but most of the components ship from china and take around 2 weeks. So I had 2 weeks of waiting to do, and decided this would be a good time to figure out my payload design. My original plan was to use the cheap $10 raspberry pi zero and load kali on it to launch some wireless attacks from the drone. With my new found 3D printing skills I put together a payload case, and a carrier so that it could be switched out for another Pi Zero W, so that i could hot swap payloads. I had a Pi Zero W laying around with a male USB hat, and found a sweet kali distro created by mame82 called P4wnP1 that did exactly what I was looking for out of the payload. At this point the parts began to arrive from china, and I put aside the payload, and began work on the flight components. I soon realized that even with the smaller components that I ordered ,all of the parts, especially the battery, were not going to fit in the frame I designed. My solution.... print it 15% bigger. This was a process as I had to scale all of the parts. Sounds easy but I already had the screws and didn't want to order more, so I had to go into every file and reduce all of the screw holes by 15%, then scale the parts up 15%, then test print every one. This took me a couple of days between school work, but the finished design came out better than I expected. All of the parts fit nicely and the project was coming along. For a while I had been following HAK5 on YouTube, and had quickly fallen in love with the WiFi Pineapple Nano. I finally had a good paying job and was making enough money that I was ready to commit and buy one. Even after all of the work I had put into the raspberry pi payload, I even gave it a name (PiLoad) and had a couple of versions, I think I was up to PiLoad v3.0, I wanted to strap the Pineapple to this drone. I found operating the Pineapple to be much easier than setting up the P4wnP1, and it was all around more capable. I could do scans of the wifi landscape, de-auth targets from networks, so that they would connect to mine, not to mention I could use the web interface to do this all in real time as I was flying the drone in auto level mode. One problem I had not yet gotten to was powering the payload. With the 15% increase in size and the larger payload I already knew I didn't want to add another battery, and the PDB didn't offer a 5v output, so I ordered some 5v BEC's powered them off of the PDB, wired them to a female USB cable and voila, 5v regulated power for any payload! At this point the drone was close to being complete. I used the 9" props from the phantom as they would have enough lift to pick up this monster that was nearing the size of the phantom. At last time to see if this thing flies! I paired the controller and receiver, set up the Mini Pix with the mission planner software, and took it out for a test flight. As a software developer I can wholeheartedly say that I have never had anything work on its first try, but the demo gods were looking out for me that day, and miraculously the thing flew! I still have to calibrate the flight controller, because there is some noticeable drift with the Pineapple strapped to the bottom, but I cant ask for much more. I soon plan on adding a Pi cam with a Pi Zero to get FPV footage streamed to my laptop, and take this thing out to do some mock engagements. I hope this drone can be used in pentests in the future, but I also hope to use it to educate the public of the dangers of MITM, and Karma attacks. Whenever explain the capabilities of the Pineapple to everyday people, they always tell me how scary that is, and ask how to prevent being PWN'd. I think this could be a great educational tool to inform the public of the attacks out there and how to keep their devices safe. Im sure I missed something, and am happy to fill in the blanks. I just wanted to share my experience, and some of my ideas, and welcome any questions, comments, or criticisms. I have many pictures of the process, but none of them are hosted as of today. I do however have a wix page up with some more details, and plan on getting my pictures hosted when I get the time. If you want to check out the website the URL is https://olilenel.wixsite.com/pwndrone
  5. Hi there, I'm trying to configure internet on my WIFI Pineapple Nano by using wp6.sh on my Ubuntu. Once reset (holding 10 secs the reset button), on my Ubuntu I downloaded the wp6.sh script and followed the steps explained here: https://docs.hak5.org/hc/en-us/articles/360010471454-Internet-connection-sharing-over-Ethernet-in-Linux ...but unfortunately it never worked as expected. The Firmware version of my WIFI Pineapple nano is 1.0.5 and obviously I can not upgrade from the Web UI. On my Ubuntu: $ lsusb Bus 002 Device 002: ID 8087:0024 Intel Corp. Integrated Rate Matching Hub Bus 002 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub Bus 001 Device 009: ID 0489:e056 Foxconn / Hon Hai Bus 001 Device 003: ID 0bda:0129 Realtek Semiconductor Corp. RTS5129 Card Reader Controller Bus 001 Device 002: ID 8087:0024 Intel Corp. Integrated Rate Matching Hub Bus 001 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub Bus 004 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0003 Linux Foundation 3.0 root hub Bus 003 Device 003: ID 04f2:b33b Chicony Electronics Co., Ltd Bus 003 Device 030: ID 12c9:102a Bus 003 Device 045: ID 0b95:772a ASIX Electronics Corp. AX88772A Fast Ethernet Bus 003 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub $ ifconfig enx00c0ca8dd4e5: flags=4163<UP,BROADCAST,RUNNING,MULTICAST> mtu 1500 inet 172.16.42.191 netmask 255.255.255.0 broadcast 172.16.42.255 inet6 fe80::4f03:9757:91bd:7074 prefixlen 64 scopeid 0x20<link> ether 00:c0:ca:8d:d4:e5 txqueuelen 1000 (Ethernet) RX packets 46 bytes 3301 (3.3 KB) RX errors 0 dropped 0 overruns 0 frame 0 TX packets 115 bytes 16562 (16.5 KB) TX errors 0 dropped 0 overruns 0 carrier 0 collisions 0 lo: flags=73<UP,LOOPBACK,RUNNING> mtu 65536 inet 127.0.0.1 netmask 255.0.0.0 inet6 ::1 prefixlen 128 scopeid 0x10<host> loop txqueuelen 1000 (Local Loopback) RX packets 21412 bytes 1839991 (1.8 MB) RX errors 0 dropped 0 overruns 0 frame 0 TX packets 21412 bytes 1839991 (1.8 MB) TX errors 0 dropped 0 overruns 0 carrier 0 collisions 0 wlp2s0: flags=4163<UP,BROADCAST,RUNNING,MULTICAST> mtu 1500 inet 192.168.1.43 netmask 255.255.255.0 broadcast 192.168.1.255 inet6 fe80::174e:7e4b:d31a:4201 prefixlen 64 scopeid 0x20<link> ether 68:94:23:7e:3e:79 txqueuelen 1000 (Ethernet) RX packets 4630254 bytes 5526735296 (5.5 GB) RX errors 0 dropped 5629 overruns 0 frame 0 TX packets 1983834 bytes 728893865 (728.8 MB) TX errors 0 dropped 0 overruns 0 carrier 0 collisions 0 $ sudo ./wp6.sh ( ( ( ( )\ ) )\ ) ( )\))( ' ( (()/( ( (()/( ( ( ) )\ ( ((_)()\ ) )\ /(_)) )\ /(_)))\ ( ))\ ( /( ` ) ` ) ((_) ))\ _(())\_)()((_)(_))_|((_) (_)) ((_) )\ ) /((_))(_)) /(/( /(/( _ /((_) \ \((_)/ / (_)| |_ (_) | _ \ (_) _(_/( (_)) ((_)_ ((_)_\ ((_)_\ | |(_)) \ \/\/ / | || __| | | | _/ | || ' \))/ -_)/ _` || '_ \)| '_ \)| |/ -_) \_/\_/ |_||_| |_| |_| |_||_||_| \___|\__,_|| .__/ | .__/ |_|\___| |_| |_| v6.5 Saved Settings: Share Internet connection from wlp2s0 to WiFi Pineapple at enx00c0ca8dd4e5 through default gateway 172.16.42.1 [C]onnect using saved settings [G]uided setup (recommended) [M]anual setup [A]dvanced IP settings [Q]uit WiFi Pineapple detected. Please disconnect the WiFi Pineapple from this computer and press any key to continue with guided setup. Step 1 of 3: Select Default Gateway Default gateway reported as 192.168.1.1 Use the above reported default gateway? [Y/n]? Step 2 of 3: Select Internet Interface Internet interface reported as wlp2s0 Use the above reported Internet interface? [Y/n]? Step 3 of 3: Select WiFi Pineapple Interface Please connect the WiFi Pineapple to this computer. ........[Checking] Detected WiFi Pineapple on interface enx00c0ca8dd4e5 Use the above detected WiFi Pineapple interface? [Y/n]? Settings saved. Saved Settings: Share Internet connection from wlp2s0 to WiFi Pineapple at enx00c0ca8dd4e5 through default gateway 192.168.1.1 [C]onnect using saved settings [G]uided setup (recommended) [M]anual setup [A]dvanced IP settings [Q]uit Detecting WiFi Pineapple...................................................................................^C ...and that isn't enough to finish the configuration and it stays trying to detect WIFI Pineapple and I had to stop ! On my WIFI Pineapple nano via SSH: root@Pineapple:~# ifconfig br-lan Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 00:C0:CA:8D:A7:B7 inet addr:172.16.42.1 Bcast:172.16.42.255 Mask:255.255.255.0 UP BROADCAST RUNNING MULTICAST MTU:1500 Metric:1 RX packets:1884 errors:0 dropped:36 overruns:0 frame:0 TX packets:2246 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 carrier:0 collisions:0 txqueuelen:0 RX bytes:455127 (444.4 KiB) TX bytes:898968 (877.8 KiB) eth0 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 00:C0:CA:8D:A7:B7 UP BROADCAST RUNNING MULTICAST MTU:1500 Metric:1 RX packets:1932 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 frame:0 TX packets:2254 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 carrier:0 collisions:0 txqueuelen:1000 RX bytes:490007 (478.5 KiB) TX bytes:898988 (877.9 KiB) Interrupt:4 lo Link encap:Local Loopback inet addr:127.0.0.1 Mask:255.0.0.0 UP LOOPBACK RUNNING MTU:65536 Metric:1 RX packets:415 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 frame:0 TX packets:415 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 carrier:0 collisions:0 txqueuelen:0 RX bytes:35289 (34.4 KiB) TX bytes:35289 (34.4 KiB) wlan0 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 00:C0:CA:8D:8E:B8 UP BROADCAST RUNNING MULTICAST MTU:1500 Metric:1 RX packets:0 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 frame:0 TX packets:581 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 carrier:0 collisions:0 txqueuelen:1000 RX bytes:0 (0.0 B) TX bytes:44911 (43.8 KiB) wlan1 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 00:C0:CA:8D:BE:15 UP BROADCAST MULTICAST MTU:1500 Metric:1 RX packets:0 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 frame:0 TX packets:0 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 carrier:0 collisions:0 txqueuelen:1000 RX bytes:0 (0.0 B) TX bytes:0 (0.0 B) Any help is welcome. Regards.
  6. I connect to my network at my house and then I go to activate PIneAP and it disconnects, what can I do to fix this.
  7. Hi All, I got my WiFi pineapple nano a few days ago and I'm playing around with it and learning how to use it, I have inserted an 8gb sd card to install modules on, i have installed the deauth module from the pineapple modules page for the nano, it was successfully installed but when installing the dependencies the red bar goes to Orange "Installing dependencies" then goes back to red like its not installed, before i ssh into it to see whats going on with the install i thought i might ask as it may be something you guys have seen before. What trouble shooting techniques are there for this issue?
  8. Hello all , how i can set a password for pineapple open wifi ? some places they offer free wifi but you should ask about password i wana do evil twin and let the people connect to my evil AP , i cant see any option for that , can you help ? i've the following scenario Coffeeshop have wifi with WPA2 password , with 3 clients connected . i want to create Fake AP looks exactly like the Coffeeshop WiFi with the same password and force the connected clients to connect to my WiFi , so i try to use wifi pineapple nano and i change the AP name to Coffeeshop but the problem is Coffeeshop have a password and in Nano there is no option to set a password , I know i can deauth the clients in original access point but creating fake access point with password im not able to do. thanks
  9. Hey guys! Just got my Wifi Pineapple NANO in the mail along with the holiday upgrade promotion, and was trying to set it up. I downloaded the firmware from the website and plugged the NANO directly into the computer. I then tried to connect to the PineappleAP via the IP address at http://172.16.42.1:1471 on Google Chrome, and the connection simply timed out. I thought that it may be the browser, and tried it on Firefox with no success. Then I tried both again on a different computer (both computers used Windows 7) again with no success. Then I did both AGAIN while using the USB-Ethernet Y adapter that came with it which also didn't work. Then I tried putting a microSD card to see if it did anything with no success again. Yes, the blue LED was solid when I tried to connect, and yes I restarted both the computers and the NANO. Am I missing something? Any help appreciated. -MistyMind (Would post pictures, can't figure out how)
  10. https://www.picz.in.th/image/fFGI3Q https://www.picz.in.th/image/fFGMbS Sorry,How to solve? I try configure ip static IP 172.16.42.42 mask 255.255.255.0 gateway 172.16.42. dns 172.16.42.1 it doesn’t work Please help me !!!!!!!!
  11. Just got my pineapple nano, attempting to set it up on my android device and I cant get past the screen that says "waiting for wifi pineapple to make connection". rather frustrating, anyone else have this issue and maybe able to provide some help? the phone is an S7 by the way.
  12. I recently got my Nano and ran the set up just like in the setup instructions for Linux but unfortunately, I am met with an issue where it will connect long enough for the bulletins to connect but then it will display the connection error "Error Connecting to WifiPineapple.com". I am running Ubuntu Advark
  13. Hi there! A couple of weeks ago i bought a Wifi Pineapple Nano. I did not really have time to play around with it when i recieved it. Becouse of school.. :( Now it's time for me to use my Pineapple to do some great hacking! But when i wanted to test out if the Open AP what working. It was doing wierd stuff. I tried to connect to the AP from my phone (Samsung Galxy S6) And it did not connect to the AP (I thought my phone had blocked it for some reason) I thought that was weird so i tried to connect to the AP from my Chromebook And that did not work either. So i thought that the problem was with Google and or Android. So i tried it on my Windows Desktop (with wifi adapter) and that did not work either... So i tried loading a VM running kali to see if it whould work on kali. on kali it did work but after a second it whould just disconnect. i tried to reset the device 2x and that did not solve anything. Does anyone have suggestions on why this problem keeps happening.
  14. When trying to connect to my own Access Point from my phone in the open SSID, the SSID invalidates me and it does not let me connect Please help
  15. I've been looking forward to getting one, it finally turned up. Everything went well with the firmware update and I've gone through a plethora of tutorials and videos on the first usage, but... I can't add clients to the client module, it just stays blank, even after a refresh. Also, the probe logging is a little hit and miss. Has anyone else had problems like this? I've done a few factory resets, I've even tried the firmware update but when I change the ipconfig ifconfig eth1 192.168.1.2 netmask 255.255.255.0 up and try and connect to 192.168.1.1 it auto loads my router device. You ever get that disappointing feeling when you really want something and then it really disappoints! That's me right now :-(
  16. Hey guys, was just wondering what everyone is using on their USB C compatible devices? I'm in the process of getting a new phone but am hesitant with the new standard. Which adapter is so the most comfortable and recommended?
  17. For either the Tetra or the Nano can either of these devices perform attacks against a WPA2 -EAP Network? Is there a function that allows you forward radius authentications requests to the victims radius server acting as a MITM?
  18. I am trying to setup wifi pineapple nano but when I get to the part with load bulletin it crashes my PC and gives me the error in this picture. Also when I try to do "firmware upgrade" to also check if it's working I get this error: "Error connecting to WiFiPineapple.com. Please check your connection." Any Help?
  19. Can someone tell me what I have to make so I can read the output of my decoding? That would be cool.......;-P
  20. What's up everybody, I'm having some issues. I just got a new wifi pineapple nano tactical and it's not being detected by Kali. It powers on, flickers a little before becoming solid blue. I followed the tutorial exactly as show and still no results. I issued a iwconfig, dmesg, lsusb and nothing is listed. Just to eliminate all possibilities, I used another wireless usb and it registered ASAP. Just wondering if the device may be defective or if there's something that I'm not accounting for. Please help! I'm teaching myself about pen testing and cyber security in general, even installed Snort on my ubuntu machine and have been fun with that. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
  21. I need help on setting up my pineapple. I was just doing fine with the setup until I had to go to the ip address. It didn't go through for a while, but managed to connect. When I pushed the reset button, like I suppose to do, and as it completed, I tried refreshing the page or something and didn't go through and went to saying, "took too long to respond." I kept on trying to reconnect and would not go through... I tried to reset it but don't know how to do it since it's not fully setup. I noticed that when i connect the pineapple, the blue LED light was on for about 5 seconds, and turns off. Don't know how I can fix this and nobody has any similar problems to mine... I just got this today and I hope I don't have to return it and get my money back...
  22. Ok so I just got a new wifi pineapple and I set everything up and it works perfectly fine but when I try to connect it to my phone using the Pineapple wifi it always says I put the password in wrong idk what is wrong. I changed the password multiple times to see if it would work but it keeps saying that I'm putting in the wrong password can someone please help me.
  23. hey I was messing around with signal strength and i had a few ideas I wanted to throw out. +---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+ 1. every time you hit the scan button the graph sections change color which can make it hard to glance down and see what you're doing on the fly, couldn't the color be assigned by mac address and reset as soon as the ap is out of range 2. It would be great if this could be configured to find the distance of clients as well as aps and define the association or lack there of between ap and client 3. this would be great to integrate into recon mode!!! thanks for your time Archer
  24. Just bought the pineapple nano to to start experimenting with since I plan to make networking security a career. I have a macbook pro and am trying to change the addresses on the pineapple to match my ICS, but the issue I am having is I don't know the ssh password. I have tried every password i could think of and have found in guides. Any help would be greatly appreciated thanks.
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