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Reaver Ui For Mark Iv


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Reaver UI for Mark IV

Download for firmware version 1.0.2

Inprogress ----> "Pineapple Custom Modules"

Version 1.0
This build in progress.
Testing done works.... but reaver does nothing right now.... :-(
Inprogress ----> Will also work on building it for a "Pineapple Custom Modules"

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Things to do list:
Key in Saved Sessions does not do anything yet. (have not test/cracked my own wpa key on a wps enabled router yet)

Here is what I done so far.

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Any Suggestions?

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I have only used Reaver on backtrack 5 R2.

I know there are issues on the Mark IV right now.

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I have the code done but can't test it on the Pineapple.

Sebkinne is it possible to build wash for the Mark IV, I used it for the Reaver UI?

I would be willing to compile it myself but have never cross compiled for a access point only for an android.

If you have any helpful hints on how to do so please let me know.

I know the code is not done or 100% working but will put in 1st post.

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Version 1.0

This build in progress.

Testing done works.... but reaver does nothing right now.... :-(

Inprogress ----> Will also work on building it for a "Pineapple Custom Modules"

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Hey dude, I'm getting a "fatal error: Call to undefined function: scandir() in /www/pineapple/reaver.php on line 44". That's the line calling the reaver-saved folder. Any ideas?

fixed it in the new upload. (scandir is not in the Mark IV php version)

reaver_ui testing only.rar

but don't think reaver works?

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Might consider adding an attack timing adjustment. From what I understand, Reaver is an online attack where it must query the access point and brute-force the wpa key out of it. Some access points might be able to handle a faster query rate than others. Alternately an "Auto" setting might be handy and a script to actively adjust the attack rate to the max the AP will handle.. I must admit I don't know if this would work as I don't know if the AP issues any kind of ACK for an unsuccessful PIN attempt.. Just thinking!

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Might consider adding an attack timing adjustment. From what I understand, Reaver is an online attack where it must query the access point and brute-force the wpa key out of it. Some access points might be able to handle a faster query rate than others. Alternately an "Auto" setting might be handy and a script to actively adjust the attack rate to the max the AP will handle.. I must admit I don't know if this would work as I don't know if the AP issues any kind of ACK for an unsuccessful PIN attempt.. Just thinking!

I may put a time adjustment in a future version but right now it is on auto.

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Nope reaver is still broken. Will leave this module in the scrap pile till we get reaver working on the MK IV.

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