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My current issue is that when I enable sslsplit my rouge ap looses internet connection immediatley , I am aware that people say its use will only last long but I still attempt to use it. Any suggestions, I get internet access on my management ap though . I understand if there are no fixes for this

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19 minutes ago, Hothur said:

My current issue is that when I enable sslsplit my rouge ap looses internet connection immediatley , I am aware that people say its use will only last long but I still attempt to use it. Any suggestions, I get internet access on my management ap though . I understand if there are no fixes for this

I fixed my issue. Had to refresh WiFi pineapple DNS a few times

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Hi

I have a pineapple nano running firmware 2.0.2 and i'm trying to use SSLsplit, but find it extremely unstable.

I have managed to get it working twice, so i know it does work - however most of the time i suffer from one - or many, of these problems

1. I click start, but it doesn't start, or starts but immediately stops
2. I click start, it starts, but doesn't log anything
3. I click start, and when i then try and browse to any site, my "victim" suddenly loses all internet access (when they were working absolutely fine before)

I've tried different firmware versions, reset it multiple times, tried it on multiple machines with both windows and Macs

Any idea what i can do?

Thanks

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Hi,

I installed on my sd card the sslplit modul and its dependencies.

I got some problems with this module:

1) When I click on the start button, it does not want to start before many tries

2) When the button is enabled, It is written 10 second later that sslsplit is not running...

What can I do ?

Thanks a lot

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Have you guys attempted to launch it in a terminal? To get some error-messages, or any verbose output.

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1 hour ago, Zylla said:

Have you guys attempted to launch it in a terminal? To get some error-messages, or any verbose output.

Hi,

thanks for answering. Can you tell me what do I have to write into the terminal ? i always used the GUI.

best regards

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19 hours ago, micadunet said:

Hi,

thanks for answering. Can you tell me what do I have to write into the terminal ? i always used the GUI.

best regards

sslsplit --help
Should give you some hint of what's going on. IF you get a help output from sslsplit, then we know the binary can be launched.
There have been some issues with some environment variables if i remember correctly. Which can lead to issues like this.
But we'll figure that out now. :)

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Hi, I tried to write sslsplit --help and nothing happend:

root@Pineapple:~# sslsplit --help
-ash: sslsplit: not found

For your information, modules areninstalled into my sd card.

 

Regards,

 

Michael

 

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root@Pineapple:/dev/sdcard# sslstrip -help
Could not find platform independent libraries <prefix>
Could not find platform dependent libraries <exec_prefix>
Consider setting $PYTHONHOME to <prefix>[:<exec_prefix>]
ImportError: No module named site

 

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12 minutes ago, Skylord said:

root@Pineapple:/dev/sdcard# sslstrip -help
Could not find platform independent libraries <prefix>
Could not find platform dependent libraries <exec_prefix>
Consider setting $PYTHONHOME to <prefix>[:<exec_prefix>]
ImportError: No module named site

 

Yeh, that's what i suspected.
Either you can add these two lines to this file: /etc/profile :

export PATH=$PATH:/sd/usr/bin:/sd/usr/sbin:/sd/bin:/sd/sbin
export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=$LD_LIBRARY_PATH:/sd/lib:/sd/usr/lib:/lib:/usr/lib

OR. Download this version i posted to pastebin, and repliace your version with it. (It will give you a fancy red terminal when logging in with SSH as well)

This should fix your issues. (Reboot the nano after making the changes)
Tagging you @Sebkinne. Just in case you werent aware of this. :)

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6 minutes ago, Zylla said:

Yeh, that's what i suspected.
Either you can add these two lines to this file: /etc/profile :


export PATH=$PATH:/sd/usr/bin:/sd/usr/sbin:/sd/bin:/sd/sbin
export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=$LD_LIBRARY_PATH:/sd/lib:/sd/usr/lib:/lib:/usr/lib

OR. Download this version i posted to pastebin, and repliace your version with it. (It will give you a fancy red terminal when logging in with SSH as well)

This should fix your issues. (Reboot the nano after making the changes)
Tagging you @Sebkinne. Just in case you werent aware of this. :)

You're the man. THank you

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1 minute ago, Skylord said:

You're the man. THank you

No problem! Glad i could help! :)

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10 minutes ago, Zylla said:

Yeh, that's what i suspected.
Either you can add these two lines to this file: /etc/profile :


export PATH=$PATH:/sd/usr/bin:/sd/usr/sbin:/sd/bin:/sd/sbin
export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=$LD_LIBRARY_PATH:/sd/lib:/sd/usr/lib:/lib:/usr/lib

OR. Download this version i posted to pastebin, and repliace your version with it. (It will give you a fancy red terminal when logging in with SSH as well)

This should fix your issues. (Reboot the nano after making the changes)
Tagging you @Sebkinne. Just in case you werent aware of this. :)

 

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48 minutes ago, Zylla said:

Yeh, that's what i suspected.
Either you can add these two lines to this file: /etc/profile :


export PATH=$PATH:/sd/usr/bin:/sd/usr/sbin:/sd/bin:/sd/sbin
export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=$LD_LIBRARY_PATH:/sd/lib:/sd/usr/lib:/lib:/usr/lib

OR. Download this version i posted to pastebin, and repliace your version with it. (It will give you a fancy red terminal when logging in with SSH as well)

This should fix your issues. (Reboot the nano after making the changes)
Tagging you @Sebkinne. Just in case you werent aware of this. :)

Thanks for the tag - we already have the fix staged for the next release :)

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12 hours ago, micadunet said:

Hi, I tried to write sslsplit --help and nothing happend:

root@Pineapple:~# sslsplit --help
-ash: sslsplit: not found

For your information, modules areninstalled into my sd card.

 

Regards,

 

Michael

 

I also tried root@Pineapple:/dev/sdcard# sslsplit --help

-ash: sslsplit: not found

 

By the way, it normal to find 3 folders into root@Pineapple:/dev/sdcard :

- sd

- sd1

- sd2

I really don t understand what to write into the terminal to find the sslsplit error...

 

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2 hours ago, micadunet said:

I also tried root@Pineapple:/dev/sdcard# sslsplit --help

-ash: sslsplit: not found

 

By the way, it normal to find 3 folders into root@Pineapple:/dev/sdcard :

- sd

- sd1

- sd2

I really don t understand what to write into the terminal to find the sslsplit error...

 

/dev/sdcard is not a normal folder. You should avoid this directory, as it's just containing "information" regarding your devices. ( /dev )
If you are sure that you have installed sslsplit, and that you have made the changes to /etc/profile which i mentioned above, then you can search for sslsplit, to locate it. Like this:
 

find / -name sslsplit

That command will recursively search the root directory of your nano for a file named sslsplit.
The folder it's located in will display in the output , if any.

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Hi,

Yes i am totally sure that sslsplit in installed.

I changed the etc/profile file but i get the same troubles. 

I Will try "find / -name sslsplit" and Come back you soon.

there are a lot of issues with many modules like dwall, sslsplit, papers. Dont know if it is due to the firmware. I hope a new firmware will be released soon...

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7 hours ago, Zylla said:

/dev/sdcard is not a normal folder. You should avoid this directory, as it's just containing "information" regarding your devices. ( /dev )
If you are sure that you have installed sslsplit, and that you have made the changes to /etc/profile which i mentioned above, then you can search for sslsplit, to locate it. Like this:
 


find / -name sslsplit

That command will recursively search the root directory of your nano for a file named sslsplit.
The folder it's located in will display in the output , if any.

Hi,

I just tried find "/ -name sslsplit" and here is my result:

root@Pineapple:~# find / -name sslsplit
/etc/config/sslsplit
/overlay/upper/etc/config/sslsplit
/sd/bin/sslsplit

When I type: "root@Pineapple:/sd/bin# sslsplit --help" , here is the result:
Bus error
 

Do you understand? :)

Best regards and thanks for all

 

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8 minutes ago, micadunet said:

Hi,

I just tried find "/ -name sslsplit" and here is my result:

root@Pineapple:~# find / -name sslsplit
/etc/config/sslsplit
/overlay/upper/etc/config/sslsplit
/sd/bin/sslsplit

When I type: "root@Pineapple:/sd/bin# sslsplit --help" , here is the result:
Bus error
 

Do you understand? :)

Best regards and thanks for all

 

I get ya, and i think i know what's going on here.
First: sslsplit is installed on your sd-card. The binary is /sd/bin/sslsplit
Second: The "bus error"...
It looks like you're experiencing errors relating to your SD-card. I would try re-formatting it with the Pineapples interface first.
If that doesn't fix it, try another SD-card.
And if that does not fix it, you might be experiencing the crippling "SD-card bug", which alot of users (including me) are experiencing. Making usage of SD-cards practically impossible.

If you get another "Bus error", please use the dmesg command (after getting the error) and paste the output to pastebin.org, and then link said output here on the forums.

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Hi, I still got the same issue.

Here is the link for the dmesg output :)

Hope we will find a solution.

https://pastebin.com/index/46RGaSRE

Thanks for all

1 hour ago, Zylla said:

I get ya, and i think i know what's going on here.
First: sslsplit is installed on your sd-card. The binary is /sd/bin/sslsplit
Second: The "bus error"...
It looks like you're experiencing errors relating to your SD-card. I would try re-formatting it with the Pineapples interface first.
If that doesn't fix it, try another SD-card.
And if that does not fix it, you might be experiencing the crippling "SD-card bug", which alot of users (including me) are experiencing. Making usage of SD-cards practically impossible.

If you get another "Bus error", please use the dmesg command (after getting the error) and paste the output to pastebin.org, and then link said output here on the forums.

 

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1 minute ago, micadunet said:

Hi, I still got the same issue.

Here is the link for the dmesg output :)

Hope we will find a solution.

https://pastebin.com/index/46RGaSRE

Thanks for all

 

Yeah. 'm sorry to bring the bad news. But that's identical to the outuput we who are experiencing the dreaded "SD-card bug" also are getting.
You could try other cards. But if that doesn't work, you're only option is to insert a USB-memory drive and mount it as /sd to fool the nano into thinking it's a SD-card, like some of us are doing.

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Ok, i Will try with other sd cards.

Could you explain how to mount a usb memory? You have to plug in at the back of the pineapple? Then how can you mount it as sd? 

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