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[Q] HOW ARE THEY MANUFACTURED?!


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I'm a curious person and so I am now wondering, how is the Pineapple made?

Are they assembled by machines, a bunch of people, just one dude, what? How long does it take to manufacture one unit?

Would be great if there was a "insides video" of the manufacturing process.

Anyone got a answer?

Thanks.

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In all seriousness, I think you are looking for a "How It's Made" type video like the TV show (if you haven't seen it, pretty cool). But a video like may be possible, I'm not sure where the manufacturing is done, but I kind of doubt there will be resources used to a how it's made video when we can get awesome hacker con content.

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Was hoping for a simple explanation for how the WiFi Pineapple is made, but never mind. All I wanted to know is if Hak5 are simply getting a much of people to make these or if its a "one man show" sort of thing; or even mass produced by machines - didn't need anything technical.

Oh well - curiosity doesn't always get you an answer I guess.

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Sorry, got caught up in silly.

WiFi Pineapple Mark I

Hardware: Repurposed Fonera

Chipset: AR2315

Firmware: Original Digininja Karma + Classic Web UI by Robin Wood

Manufacturing: By hand. Ordered a few at a time from Fonera, unlocked, flashed.

Features: housed in a plastic pineapple cup with a battery pack directly soldered to the board by Snubs

WiFi Pineapple Mark II

Hardware: Repurposed Acton

Chipset: AR2315

Firmware: Original Digininja Karma + Classic Web UI by Robin Wood

Manufacturing: By hand. Ordered a few at a time from Acton, unlocked, flashed.

Features: classic pineapple guy logo and included an independent battery pack soldered up by Snubs

WiFi Pineapple Mark III

Hardware: First to be built by ALFA, repurposed AP51

Chipset: AR2315
Firmware: hostapd Karma + Darren Kitchen "Green on Black Router" Web UI + Sebkinne firmware base
Manufacturing: Hardware built by ALFA, flashed at Hak5 studio by hand.
Features: classic pineapple guy logo and included an independent battery pack soldered up by Snubs

WiFi Pineapple Mark IV

Hardware: Semi-custom hardware, being based on a then-in-development product from ALFA (AP121U) with heavy design input from Hak5.

Chipset: AR9331

Firmware: Sebkinne base with rewritten "Green on Black Router" Web UI

Manufacturing: Hardware built by ALFA, flashed at Hak5 studio by hand.

Features: First black pineapple. Modified "destructed" pineapple guy logo. Introduced USB-based Pineapple Juice battery packs and Elite kit.

WiFi Pineapple Mark V

Hardware: Fully custom hardware designed and developed by Hak5 in cooperation with a friend of the show.

Chipset: AR9331

Firmware: Sebkinne base with new tiles Web UI

Manufacturing: v1.0 - 1.2: Hardware built at friends factory, firmware image included by SD card at Hak5 studio. 1.2+: Recent stable flashed in factory.

Features: Beat Chuck Norris in kickboxing

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