WUWA Posted May 28, 2011 Share Posted May 28, 2011 I've been trying to duplicate the phishing pineapple posted on 4 May. I've followed the flashing instructions, gotten the WiFi RickRoller to work, and then have been trying to duplicate the Twitter/Facebook phishing instructions. My problem is that when I get to the test.php page (or any php page, for that matter), my browser won't open it, it gives me a dialog that states "You have chosen to open test.php which is a: PHP file from ... What should Firefox do with this file?... Save file" I get this error with Backtrack, Ubuntu, and Windows, in Firefox, IE, and Chrome, so I suspect the php rendering engine vs any browser issue. It seems that my php pages are not being processed correctly by the web server. I've installed all the *.ipk packages, updated the httpd.conf and php.ini files, and can't figure out what I'm missing. I've reflashed my router and started from scratch a few times, and I always run into this problem. I think that there may be a step missing from the instructions at http://hak5.org/hack/pineapple-phishing which would make the kernel process php files correctly. Any suggestions on how to fix this? Has anyone duplicated these instructions successfully, or found a missing step? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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