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Hey All,

I'm new here, somewhat technical, but not enough to get this MarkV i bought running for what i'm trying to do.

I am trying to prove to my management teams that we've got some security vulnerabilities on our mobile devices, and I was hoping to setup this device to capture any insecure data coming off my mobile device.

I'm convinced that when I'm working from a public hotspot there's too much of our corporate data vulnerable over the wireless networks. but i need to figure out how to prove it.

I've setup the MX5

I have it connected in client mode

I can connect my mobile device to it

and the mobile device can connect to the internet thru the pineapple

but i'm not sure how to kick off a man in the middle to start capturing data

I installed SSL Split but it doesnt seem to do anything for me, even if i force the browser over to an HTTP website and log in

what's the best way to setup to test something like this with the mark 5?

Thanks for any advice

Ed

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search the pineapple section - questions like this have been asked, probably already answered.

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As digip said, every question you can think of has probably been answered already. Good luck and have fun!

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use tcpdump to capture some data and go through it in wireshark and find everything you are looking for (assuming its in plain text)

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