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As sslstrip breaks the webui of the pineapple by redirecting all port 80 traffic to a alternate port (by default 10000) is it possible to change the port the webui runs on? I've got a feeling this may be as simple as changing a line in the http config file, but wanted feedback first!

I know this will also break the hosting of phishing pages but not much use to run sslstrip + phishing Pages anyway!

Any ideas anyone?

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As sslstrip breaks the webui of the pineapple by redirecting all port 80 traffic to a alternate port (by default 10000) is it possible to change the port the webui runs on? I've got a feeling this may be as simple as changing a line in the http config file, but wanted feedback first!

I know this will also break the hosting of phishing pages but not much use to run sslstrip + phishing Pages anyway!

Any ideas anyone?

when I run sslstrip it doesn't mess with the pineapple ui?

have you manually typed in 172.16.42.1/pineapple ?

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Do you connect as static 172.16.42.42? Because I connect as a client on wireless and use 3g as internet for clients.

I see, it must only work on the poe ethernet then, ya static mask 255.255.255.0 and you could put 8.8.8.8 as you primary dns

also when you ethernet is set to dhcp the pineapple will dish out an ip to it.

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I had set auto start on for sslstrip and it locked me out too.

To change the uHTTPd port nano the file '/etc/config/uhttpd'

change the 7th line "list listen_http 0.0.0.0:80" to whichever port you'd like to use like this;

"list listen_http 0.0.0.0:1337"

then run '/etc/init.d/uhttpd restart' to restart the server

Good luck,

Dazzle

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I had set auto start on for sslstrip and it locked me out too.

To change the uHTTPd port nano the file '/etc/config/uhttpd'

change the 7th line "list listen_http 0.0.0.0:80" to whichever port you'd like to use like this;

"list listen_http 0.0.0.0:1337"

then run '/etc/init.d/uhttpd restart' to restart the server

Good luck,

Dazzle

Thats what the doctor ordered :) +1 to you Dazzle

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Thanks, glad I could help :)

Was actually looking into making this a module, but I see no way of replacing the port trough a bash script, because I can't do a search and replace because it changes :rolleyes:

Any ideas on this? Are there any ways to change whole lines trough a script? :huh:

Thanks,

Dazzle

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See cloud.wifipineapple.com.

When going to the module submission there is a detailed description of how to create modules.

That will be irrelevant soon as a "bartender" feature is available soon. A module dev system in the pineapple!

Best,

Sebkinne

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