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MitM on targeted AP with Pineapple?


WallE
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I am wondering if it is possible to use the wifi pineapple tools on other AP than the pineapple AP.

So let's say you grab the WPA key of another AP, can you connect on that AP with your pineapple and then using all the tools? (DNS spoof, sslstrip, urlsnarf, tcpdump etc)

If it is possible any tip on how to perform that?

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I think there is a missunderstanding here, TwistedPacket.

WallE wants to connect the pineapple to his router using WPA and then use the Pineapple's tools to explore the network.

To answer your question, this is entirely possible:

Use the networkmanager infusion from the Pineapple bar to connect to your AP.

Now, simply use the tools as you would on any computer connected to said AP.

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I think there is a missunderstanding here, TwistedPacket.

WallE wants to connect the pineapple to his router using WPA and then use the Pineapple's tools to explore the network.

To answer your question, this is entirely possible:

Use the networkmanager infusion from the Pineapple bar to connect to your AP.

Now, simply use the tools as you would on any computer connected to said AP.

Its entirely possible that I misunderstood the question :)

However for the main tools to run would you not need to have MITM access so the victim is routing through your pineapple? The way I would do this type of attack is as fallows. First if the AP supports it I would turn the target AP into a client and have it connect to the Pineapple for its internet access. Or if the target AP supports openwrt I would flash the AP then install the tools on the target AP.

If you want to use the Pineapple only you would need to have the pineapple connect as a client to the target AP and perform some Arp posing to force a MITM type of attack. PLEASE correct me if I am wrong :)

-Tp

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