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there is no password on the webinterface for the MK3 MR-Protocol..

my best bet would also be to try .htaccess ... but then again, do you really need it, you only know to go to the /pineapple folder if you know its a router with MK3 webinterface on it... and most people would not know that, or look for it

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My understanding was that the Pineapple (by default) expects it's internet connection to be 172.16.42.42 and that it's WebUI and SSH services are only available to this IP address.

(however I can't actually find where I read that :( )

I've not actually tried to connect to WebUI interface, or SSH server with any other IP address other than the #.#.#.42

For example with an IP provided by the pineapple on the victim side.

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My understanding was that the Pineapple (by default) expects it's internet connection to be 172.16.42.42 and that it's WebUI and SSH services are only available to this IP address.

(however I can't actually find where I read that :( )

I've not actually tried to connect to WebUI interface, or SSH server with any other IP address other than the #.#.#.42

For example with an IP provided by the pineapple on the victim side.

You can in fact connect to the pineapple interface from any victim.

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In my new firmware I have included a fix. I will release it in a couple of hours.

Basically, when going to /pineapple/ it asks for a username (root) and a password. The password is the password used for SSH. It updates with any changes as it uses the /etc/shadow file.

I will also explain how to do it in my thread, I just don't have enough time to post it right now.

Best,

Sebkinne

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In my new firmware I have included a fix. I will release it in a couple of hours.

Basically, when going to /pineapple/ it asks for a username (root) and a password. The password is the password used for SSH. It updates with any changes as it uses the /etc/shadow file.

I will also explain how to do it in my thread, I just don't have enough time to post it right now.

Best,

Sebkinne

Thank You! Tell me where to send beer....

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