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Episode 910 Rickrolling Pineapple


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Greetings fellow pineapple lovers!

I don’t know if it is any useful to you (I would love to have what I’m writing right now a few days ago anyways).

Before we start, know if you cannot undo changes you've done to your pineapple

consider reflashing it (reflash guide on the hak5.org homepage) or Here.

*Note :If you have changed your pineapple IP to something else than 192.168.1.1,

after the flashing utility closes, change the static ip of your Ethernet adapter to

IP : 192.168.1.(any value int that ip range not 0 not 255) ex: 192.168.1.113

MASK: 255.255.255.0

Gateway: 192.168.1.1 (your pineapple IP)

since the default ip of the pineapple after reflash is 192.168.1.1

First of all, if you want to follow the tutorial, take note of the weird corruption inside wireless file.

Erase everything above this line

root@OpenWrt:/etc/config# cat wireless

Including the line ;)

if the wireless file looks like this:

config wifi-device  wifi0
        option type     atheros
        option channel  5
        option mode     '11bg'
        option diversity        '0'
        option disabled '0'


config wifi-iface
        option device   wifi0
        option network  lan
        option mode     ap
        option ssid     'Get RickRolld'
        option encryption none
        option hidden   '0'
        option isolate  '0'
        option txpower  '0'
        option bgscan   '0'
        option wds      '0'

than no need to remove anything ;)

Secondly, the dhcp file doesn’t allow a client to acquire an IP adress...

So,I screwd it up a little … you can try this one :

config dhcp
        option interface        lan
        option start    100
        option limit    150
        option leasetime        '720m'

config dhcp
        option interface        wan
        option ignore   '1'
        option start    '100'
        option limit    '150'
        option leasetime        '720m'

config dnsmasq
        option authoritative    '1'
        option domain   'lan'
        option local    '/lan/'
        option boguspriv        '0'
        option filterwin2k      '0'
        option localise_queries '1'
        option expandhosts      '1'
        option nonegcache       '0'
        option readethers       '1'
        option leasefile        '/tmp/dhcp.leases'

Thirdly, if you have webif, before moving Rick’s index.html into /www

Change webif’s index.html to any .html filename you like…. In case you need webif after…

http://yourPineappleIP/nameOFwebIf.html

Finally, take note,

https:// URLs from bookmarks and even “aaaa” typed in the browser will give an error,

wouldn’t it be nice to set 404 error to the /www/index.html?

touch /etc/rrhttpd.conf
echo "E404:/www/index.html" > /etc/rrhttpd.conf

open up /etc/init.d/httpd

above thos line:

eval "$HTTPD_BIN $args"

add the line

append args "-c /etc/rrhttpd.conf"

UPD: I think editing the httpd doesn't require system reboot,

anyways try:

/etc/init.d/httpd restart

Modified (a little)

Source for this final step are from guide :by Psychosis

Note: if you do this Webif will print out a page saying "Permission denied"

if you want to modify something using webif just comment the line

in /etc/init.d/httpd

by adding a pound, like this:

#append args "-c /etc/rrhttpd.conf"

Note: everytime you modify the file you need to rebot or restart httpd

hope this would help n00bs just likemyself.

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HH

Thanks so much for this.

However I am having one problem that I was hoping you may know or at least point me in the right direction.

I did all the config steps for my RickRoll Pineapple. Everything works except for the fact that if I go to 192.168.1.1 I am prompted for the webif password. If I enter it in, I will get the RickRoll page. I want it to not prompt for a password and to automatically bring up the page. I think I need to stop webif but I'm not sure how to do this.

Anyone else having this issue? Still pretty new to linux so if the solution is "obvious" my apologies.

Thanks!

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I've reflashed my fon 3 times the day before writing this topic...

Reflash is an option if you screw something up, but don't reflash too often.

UPD: Pineapple is a nice toy, however it requires a basic(maybe Intermediate) knowledge in Networking

All tutorials and stuff

assume that a pineapple owner knows such things as

- what network mask is used for

- what is the ip class

- what is the gateway

etc..

so for a Brand new person, I would recommend to study basic networking first

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When I log in and look at the ROOT level I see 15+ directories vs. on the episode I don't see any directories or files in the root access. Should I delete them? Am I looking in the wrong area?

Thanks

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Did you reflash pineapple or installed something on it?

I presume you are talking about this

5658783402_dfb97c5872.jpg

take note : /root .Its root home, if my memory doesn't fail on me.

If you are in / which is root level

than its probably like this?

post-24450-0-35165900-1305669077_thumb.j

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  • 5 months later...

Just wanted to add a custom payload I did a while back (and its on the link HomoHabilis references in the first post), based on the Nyan Cat.

I have just done a couple of fixes to it and also built a custom firmware, based on the Jasager, with everything ready to flash and go, so there is no place for error.

Would be nice if you could test it and suggest improvements as everything works in one's own hardware.

Here is the project page:

https://github.com/chiva/Nyager

Thanks!

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So I started following the guide for this on a new pineapple...which is apparently a very different version. It did not work. At all. (I did change the IP information from 192.... like this is to the 172... the current version is using but that was not sufficient)

Anyone have a guide to get this to work on modern pineapples?

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So I started following the guide for this on a new pineapple...which is apparently a very different version. It did not work. At all. (I did change the IP information from 192.... like this is to the 172... the current version is using but that was not sufficient)

Anyone have a guide to get this to work on modern pineapples?

There are things called infusions that will allow what your asking. However if your running the new 3.0 firmware then you will not be able to install that infusion due to the fact that it has not been ported from 2.x.x to 3.0

If you are running 3.0 you need to downgrade to 2.8.x and install the rickroll infusion and its pretty straight forward once you get the infusion installed. If you need more help let us know and I'm sure someone can walk you through all steps.

Also read this... https://forums.hak5.org/index.php?/topic/27380-randomroll/

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Thanks so much! I might have bricked mine after the reboot command (definitely should've read more instead of being like 'OMG SO COOL IM GOING TO DO THIS RIGHT NOW') so after I get home I'll see what the state of things are and then get back to you. Thanks so much for the quick reply!

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