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Amazing work everyone! Each one of you guys made and are making intense cases, I love them!
If you like for yours to be added or added in a image please message me or post on this thread please!

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UltimatePeter's Setup Below

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SRG's Setup below

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SirHaXalot's Setup below

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Correct me if I'm wrong but it seems that he took his Pineapple apart (to minimize the space it takes up) within a slightly_bigger_than an external hard drive case. 2 batteries supply juice for a Raspberry Pi and Pineapple, with 2 higher gain TP-Link dipole antennas.

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Isn't that the pineapple in its case on the right hand side?

Correct me if I'm wrong but it seems that he took his Pineapple apart (to minimize the space it takes up) within a slightly_bigger_than an external hard drive case. 2 batteries supply juice for a Raspberry Pi and Pineapple, with 2 higher gain TP-Link dipole antennas.

Jebus, could you explain to me what's in that thing?! I'm still struggling with taking it out of its casing haha

Its a Tablet case and i just threw in the Pi to show it would fit as well.

And thats a modem/router in one with a 8dbi antenna for fast speeds for far off.

Then the Mark V it has a Anker battery, a Alfa with a 8dbi antenna and two small default antennas.

​Case cost like $10 at Big Lots, a dollar store haha.

It lasts all day with both running and won't overheat that i've seen.

Of course it was all legal and for demonstration and penetration testing under contract that i would use this for. :D

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F.Y.I. for people who have 2 Anker's.

Because you cannot connect them in parallel in order to power one single device you can make o costume cable in order to charge the one from the other and use the first to power your device.

@mrgray

you can even use it in your setup and split the output cable in order to use the 100% from both batteries.

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F.Y.I. for people who have 2 Anker's.

Because you cannot connect them in parallel in order to power one single device you can make o costume cable in order to charge the one from the other and use the first to power your device.

Yes, but you will get some battery drain if you keep the Charging one running while the Main one is full. But it wouldn't be much.

Great idea!

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Dear god that is sexy :o. We could use some advanced Pineapple tutorials from you. I would especially love to know what kinds of things you can accomplish with a dedicated Raspberry Pi hooked up like that.

Ehh i'm nothing special i just use crap laying around. The Pi isn't setup at the moment but can easily be setup in the case with everything or a type of device like the Quad-core Android Mini Which would be awesome :D

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So what is the router doing? I have 3 WRT-54G (and GS) laying around with DD-WRT, trying to think how they would work if connected to the eth port... ?

Wireless repeater function for internet access?

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So what is the router doing? I have 3 WRT-54G (and GS) laying around with DD-WRT, trying to think how they would work if connected to the eth port... ?

Wireless repeater function for internet access?

Its a Modem/Router in one i'm just using it for internet access for High Speed internet so people won't be like wtf why is this WiFi so slow. Lol

I don't use the router part and i use the network manager infusion for the config for it.

I have my own weird ways of doing things :P

Btw use free internet around you so you won't get caught its better than using a VPN, the traceroutes are harder to detect who it was.

But i use mine for Legal Penetration Testing.

So it won't matter if i'm on a VPN or Undetectable.

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So... I thought this was "Mark V Gallery Show Off"

Anyway, here we go: :)

Nice man! Added to the collection! 1+ like

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we all do. of course.

EDIT: btw, awesome setup you got there

Thank you :)

Haha yes we do.

Yay for Legal Pen testers!

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Was thinking about getting larger antennas and locating them differently, but this setup is actually working pretty well. If you look close, you can see the antenna for the Alfa running along the bottom. I have a much larger one, but I just couldn't incorporate it into the bag.

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Was thinking about getting larger antennas and locating them differently, but this setup is actually working pretty well. If you look close, you can see the antenna for the Alfa running along the bottom. I have a much larger one, but I just couldn't incorporate it into the bag.

Thats cool man! Added to the list!

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My setup.

Bottom left is a NFC tag so I can quickly set up my Note III. Also down there is my Rubber Ducky.

On the right is my Mark IV, battery pack, Mark V and Reaver. In the middle in the rings are my 8 AAA battery pack, cables, and parts. Spread throughout velcro'ed around are spare parts such as a micro-SD reader, usb disks, antenna, etc. All zipped up in a nice black leather portfolio which looks right in place in any environment including coffee shops and office environments. Note that the battery power switch is accessible right where the zipper meets so I can hit the power switch without even opening it. Complete stealth.

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My setup.

Bottom left is a NFC tag so I can quickly set up my Note III. Also down there is my Rubber Ducky.

On the right is my Mark IV, battery pack, Mark V and Reaver. In the middle in the rings are my 8 AAA battery pack, cables, and parts. Spread throughout velcro'ed around are spare parts such as a micro-SD reader, usb disks, antenna, etc. All zipped up in a nice black leather portfolio which looks right in place in any environment including coffee shops and office environments.

Whoa. Nice idea/layout. I have a leather portfolio just like that. Hmmmm....

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So, while i wait for more fw updates for the pineapple. i am starting a project " The Pineapple Elite Commander "

Rebuilding the concept of mobile pineapple.

Project plan:

A bigger box

some alu grade stuff

Cubietruck 3 host computer

Mini BT keyboard

250GB HDD

2x 2W ANT amplifiers + internal antennas (optional external outputs)

LCD screen

Mobile phone, android with dsploit (i have a spare phone i will dedicate to this box)

Microswitches for:

Seperate power (screen,pineapple,cubie etc)

Video out

One power input for chargers and powering the system.

All powered on = current draw aprox 2-3A

Iv just started so it will takes some days :)

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My setup.

Bottom left is a NFC tag so I can quickly set up my Note III. Also down there is my Rubber Ducky.

On the right is my Mark IV, battery pack, Mark V and Reaver. In the middle in the rings are my 8 AAA battery pack, cables, and parts. Spread throughout velcro'ed around are spare parts such as a micro-SD reader, usb disks, antenna, etc. All zipped up in a nice black leather portfolio which looks right in place in any environment including coffee shops and office environments.

So, while i wait for more fw updates for the pineapple. i am starting a project " The Pineapple Elite Commander "

Rebuilding the concept of mobile pineapple.

Holy crap guy's GREAT WORK! :D +1 like each!

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Does anyone know a good pelican case thats cheap around the size of my setup?

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Does anyone know a good pelican case thats cheap around the size of my setup?

I'm working on a new setup myself. Pineapple, raspberry Pi, two Alfas, two batteries, etc. Probably going to use this:

http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B005ERO7QM/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?qid=1384747334&sr=8-1π=SX200

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I'm working on a new setup myself. Pineapple, raspberry Pi, two Alfas, two batteries, etc. Probably going to use this:

http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B005ERO7QM/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?qid=1384747334&sr=8-1π=SX200

Sweet man! I'll check it out! :D

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Updated my setup

Its a Motorola router case that i put it in.

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