telot Posted August 7, 2012 Share Posted August 7, 2012 (edited) Hello and welcome to another one of telot's summarizing and planning threads! Since we seemed to have nailed down a great majority of the milestones set in the last thread like this, I thought it might be time for us to group up and brainstorm for the future. To recap: We've got pineapples sending emails, jamming wifi, and modules galore for the gui folks. We've got sslstrip working wonderfully - and it is a sweet fruit. We've got reaver installed and operational - glory be this apple of the pine. We've got tango mode - thanks be to Darren. We've got android tethering working like a champ - holy shit. We've got translations for our non-english friends - Dios mio! And out of left field here comes ettercap! We've done a lot in the last months with this great new hardware and our amazing community of devs, coders, power users, noobs, and friends. But this hardwares going to have a while before EOL, so why be sated with our past accomplishments? The world is our pineapple flavored oyster! (gross as that sound...) Here is my list, but please for the love of all that is juicy and alfa, post your suggestions and I will add them to the list. sshfs remote on the fly encrypted file access/storage for your dropbox iPhone tethering the apple folks among us are few, but very jealous of their android brothers full disk encryption No matter how well hidden, someone might find your box of doom. So why not encrypt it all and at least slow them down? OSX module/mode Again with the apple stuff, but judging by the OSX-related problem posts, changing between OSX and linux/windows with a module or button press would be amazing. mdk3 Speaks for itself - awesome wifi tool. BEEF Its whats for your pineapple someday? There was talk about it back in April, but nothing came to be...perhaps a revisit? mac changing abilities Seb mentioned today its close being dev'd into the firmware - this opens so many doors to scripts and modules. Change on boot, change on schedule, change with button press and change on client ssid or mac...which leads me to. client ssid or mac triggers Perhaps we can create a golden list (as opposed to white/black listing) comprised of the mac address(s) the attacker knows will be in its vicinity. The pineapple is karma'ing like usual, but once this mac is seen on the pineapples connected clients list, it triggers action(s) such as sending an email to its owner, starting a tcpdump capture just for them with special filters, or even writing over its entire filesystem. You're about to get busted with your pineapple? Just turn on your phones wifi and theres no more evidence. I imagine you could also form triggers based off of ssid's being "Yes manned" by the pineapple. tor/botnet This gets a little crazy. I recently saw this guys talk at BSides: http://www.irongeek....elligent-f-bomb The F-bomb is a darpa funded pineapple...kind of. This guy took a pogo plug and turned it into a build your own wifi hacking, data stealing, scalable and throwable botnet with anonymized and decentralized command and control. Watch the video, if you like the pineapple, his F-BOMB project forks off in an interesting direction and its a worth while watch. Best of all, he plans to release it opensource in a few days. He does this with Archlinux - I think we could do it one better by porting some of the functionality and still have jasager on our favorite spikey green leafed hardware. What else guys? telot Edited August 7, 2012 by telot Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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