skoops Posted January 25, 2016 Share Posted January 25, 2016 Heyhey, I recently bought a NANO to start experimenting with wireless security and pretty quckly I encountered my first problem. About half a year ago I've met a security researcher who demonstrated his pineapple setup to a bunch of managers. While he was prepping for his short talk on the stage he switched on the pineapple and I looked at my iPhone which then displayed almost ALL my "known" wireless networks. Airports, Hotels, Restarurants, you know what I mean. My phone also immediately connected to one of them. Now I wanted to reproduce this, but I fail miserably. When I enably PineAP on my NANO, log all probes and broadcast all known SSIDs it just seems my phone isn't asking for ANY previously associated open network. No hotels, no airports or restaurants. It just sits there and does not probe for wifi networks, so the NANO does not learn any new SSIDs and thats about it. When I manually enter a SSID into the iphone to connect to it associates itself immediately and the counter on the NANO increases by one, but that's not how I wanted it to work. So my question actually is: In a room with about 15 persons, all with smartphones, why is no phone looking for it's previous WiFi networks? :/ Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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