Nextor Posted August 12, 2016 Share Posted August 12, 2016 Hello, I've had a few issues with the WiFi Pineapple TETRA. I understand that the pineapple only works by emulating open wifi points that a system may have connected to in the past. I've been testing this with a number of mobile devices and a laptop, essentially my experience so far has been: The Wifi Pineapple does not save the Allow mode/Deny mode setting from last time it was used - generally it defaults to deny for both. After manually setting this back to 'allow' to minimize any collateral damage, I enter the mac address of the target test device into the filtering area. I then go to the PineAP area and tick Allow Associations Log Probes Log Associations I then pressPineAP Daemon switch. Then select Capture SSIDs to Pool Beacon Response Further, I enter the mac address of the target in the "Target MAC address" section. Once this has been done, my understanding of what should be the result of the above configuration, is that it will target the specific device I have configured as the target, ensuring that it is the only system that can connect via the filtering area. It should then, via the pineap daemon configuration, capture any requests to previous wifi connections that the device is looking for, then mimic the particular access point back to the system, which should then result in it connecting to the Wifi Pineapple. The actual behavior seems to be that the system simple connects to its normally known WPA enabled access point, and doesn't appear to broadcast for other previously used access points. I have tried using the de-auth system within the recon area, but again, to no avail, the system simply reconnects to the other access point. Signal strength should not be an issue given the fact that the WiFi Pineapple is only about 30 cm away from it, compared to the WPA access point that is at least a 5/6 meters away through a wall. Could anyone shed any light on what I may be doing wrong, or any alteration to the configuration which would grant me better success? Many thanks Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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