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I have my pineapple up and running with a phishing page,16 gigs of storage and a tmobile phone with 100mb at 4g speed and unlimited at 2g speed.

Now as you know there are 2 internet options.

1. wifi & 3g modem/laptop ics/cat 5/pineapple

2. 3gmodem/pineapple

I have an idea for a 3rd option;

3. Offline http internet stored on usb as a very large proxy or as a seed for a proxy.

This really bothers me because its so obvious. I have dns spoofing, and fake webpages. It seems to me like i should download say the top 1000 most visited sites and serve them on the usb drive. Ive looked into an offline web crawler called WinHTTrack that can save sites a few links deep and adjust the urls. I can save msn.com with all the articles linked to the front page. When you navigate off of the local storage, the url's point back to the web.

What would be really sweet is if i could install an indexing service from the package repository, rewrite google.html to pass the search to the command line, then pick up the command line results and display them on the spoofed google results page.

Linking a few sites onto peets.html as a web portal, using a fake filter page for what you dont have (" you cant surf this site because its a porn category"), you could possibly spoof a flaky internet connection.

A searchable micro internet on a usb drive.

Disadvantages;

Local web sites get stale/out of date

problems with dns (i need to specificly spoof msn.com and not msn.com/article)

cant use login pages. (we spoofed those anyway to error.php)

Advantages;

less power, not using modem

faster browsing

less bandwith

use as a proxy seed

As i said this is just an option. I know its not the best way to do things. It just bothers me i have 12 gigs of space just sitting there, why not use it. What does the community think?

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I have my pineapple up and running with a phishing page,16 gigs of storage and a tmobile phone with 100mb at 4g speed and unlimited at 2g speed.

Now as you know there are 2 internet options.

1. wifi & 3g modem/laptop ics/cat 5/pineapple

2. 3gmodem/pineapple

I have an idea for a 3rd option;

3. Offline http internet stored on usb as a very large proxy or as a seed for a proxy.

This really bothers me because its so obvious. I have dns spoofing, and fake webpages. It seems to me like i should download say the top 1000 most visited sites and serve them on the usb drive. Ive looked into an offline web crawler called WinHTTrack that can save sites a few links deep and adjust the urls. I can save msn.com with all the articles linked to the front page. When you navigate off of the local storage, the url's point back to the web.

What would be really sweet is if i could install an indexing service from the package repository, rewrite google.html to pass the search to the command line, then pick up the command line results and display them on the spoofed google results page.

Linking a few sites onto peets.html as a web portal, using a fake filter page for what you dont have (" you cant surf this site because its a porn category"), you could possibly spoof a flaky internet connection.

A searchable micro internet on a usb drive.

Disadvantages;

Local web sites get stale/out of date

problems with dns (i need to specificly spoof msn.com and not msn.com/article)

cant use login pages. (we spoofed those anyway to error.php)

Advantages;

less power, not using modem

faster browsing

less bandwith

use as a proxy seed

As i said this is just an option. I know its not the best way to do things. It just bothers me i have 12 gigs of space just sitting there, why not use it. What does the community think?

As you mentioned, the key issue with this idea is that websites will go out of date, which will make it easy for the end user to tell somethings up, social networking sites,news sites this sort of thing wouldn't work for.

Also i'm not sure what the point behind this would really be?

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It would be quite an undertaking but could we modify squid to run on the pineapple? That would take care of updating the cache for you.. Obviously some work would be required to insert appropriate evil code in the cached content, but.. http://www.squid-cache.org/

The other approach would obviously be to run squid on a laptop and serve the cache through the pineapple.. probably easier

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