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It could be due to 100 different reasons. Could you give more detail? Are you wanting to capture unassociated or associated clients? Are you trying to Deauth a client? Do you want any client to connect or a certain client to connect? Are you posing as an AP that is using WPA2 or as an open AP? It's hard to help without a scenario.

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15 hours ago, Skinny said:

It could be due to 100 different reasons. Could you give more detail? Are you wanting to capture unassociated or associated clients? Are you trying to Deauth a client? Do you want any client to connect or a certain client to connect? Are you posing as an AP that is using WPA2 or as an open AP? It's hard to help without a scenario.

Are you wanting to capture unassociated or associated clients? > unassociated

Are you trying to Deauth a client? > Yes

Do you want any client to connect or a certain client to connect? > any client

Are you posing as an AP that is using WPA2 or as an open AP? The AP is using WPA2

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1 hour ago, Mother said:

Are you wanting to capture unassociated or associated clients? > unassociated

Are you trying to Deauth a client? > Yes

Do you want any client to connect or a certain client to connect? > any client

Are you posing as an AP that is using WPA2 or as an open AP? The AP is using WPA2

Something isn't adding up here. If the device you are trying to snag is unassociated, then there is no need to deauthenticate it from an access point.

Furthermore, if you want the client to automatically connect to a spoofed SSID via the pineapple, that target device will have needed to associate with an SSID of the same name in the past. Otherwise, you will need to wait for the user to manually connect to your pineapple. 

Another thing to consider is that if the legitimate access point you are trying to spoof was WPA2 protected, then the pineapple will not be able to participate in the 4-way authentication handshake with the client. Therefore, it is easier to trick a client to connect to the pineapple using common, open access, SSID names such as hhonors, attwifi, or Starbucks.

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