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I'd like to send all http traffic from Pineapple clients through Burp Proxy. Here is my setup:

I have a Kali Linux box is providing internet to the Pineapple via ethernet using the wp5.sh script. At this point Pineapple clients are able to internet access just fine.

I start Burp and it's listening on all interfaces on port 8080 in invisible mode.

I think I should be able to send all of the Pineapple traffic through Burp using iptables, but I am not sure how to do so. I thought running the following on the Kali box would do it:

iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -p tcp --destination-port 80 -j REDIRECT --to-port 8080

But after running that my Pineapple clients have no internet access.

Any idea what I'm doing wrong?

I have tested Burp Proxy without the Pineapple and it is working, so I think I just need to sort out how to send the Pineapple traffic to Burp.

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Iv bin trying this for days now, im just not getting it to work on the V, with 2.0.3 or 2.0.4.

Could someone talk me threw the process?

iv got the Pineapple all factory reset and ready to go directly connected to a win 7 box running using the ethernet port, burp listening on all nics and port 8080.

If i connect using another computer using the same proxy on port 8080 im getting traffic logged, so i figured burp works alright. even good ol Cain & abel is fetching plain http passwords from clients connected to the pinapple.

i figured that i need to change the iptables somehow to forward the ports to port 8080, but im at loss here. tried to ssh in an run al kinds of iptables, no more luck than me needing to reboot it to regain internet access.

It seems like alot of people have succeeded in this so please... could you help me out? i tried the tables that Karit supplied, but its not working at all for me,

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