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Hi guys. I've searched through a lot of the forum today but couldnt find the answer that I wanted. Is there a way to configure a WPA PSK on the pineapple?

For example, a client is probing for SSID 'Corp_WiFi' and lets assume that I already know the WPA PSK. I want to use my pineapple to be a MITM for this SSID - but it can only do so if I have the WPA PSK configured and running? Is it possible?

Thanks

Razzlerock

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Hi guys. I've searched through a lot of the forum today but couldnt find the answer that I wanted. Is there a way to configure a WPA PSK on the pineapple?

For example, a client is probing for SSID 'Corp_WiFi' and lets assume that I already know the WPA PSK. I want to use my pineapple to be a MITM for this SSID - but it can only do so if I have the WPA PSK configured and running? Is it possible?

Thanks

Razzlerock

Yea, you set it up like it was the actual access point.

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Cool, so something like the setup below (last 3 lines) and I would still be able to use all the existing pineapple modules (urlsnarf, etc)?

root@Pineapple:~# vi /etc/config/wireless

config wifi-device radio0

option type mac80211

option channel 11

option macaddr 00:c0:ca:60:50:7a

option hwmode 11ng

option htmode HT20

list ht_capab SHORT-GI-20

list ht_capab SHORT-GI-40

list ht_capab RX-STBC1

list ht_capab DSSS_CCK-40

# REMOVE THIS LINE TO ENABLE WIFI:

#option disabled 1

config wifi-iface

option device radio0

option network lan

option mode ap

option ssid "Guest_Free"

option encryption psk_tkip

option key testtest

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Cool, the script below worked - although the DHCP server on the LAN side served the DHCP address NOT the pineapple which is on the 172.16.42.0 range. I tested urlsnarf and that worked fine....

config wifi-iface

option device radio0

option network lan

option mode ap

option ssid "my_wifi"

option encryption psk+tkip

option key "testtest"

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