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MANA Attack, for the Pineapple.

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50 minutes ago, Zylla said:

Well, you could use it as a replacement for the Pineapple. Or any other router which you control, to the the MiTM.

So it can do everything the pine can but doesn't that mean u would need to write the commands out yourself or could u make them executable and such I'm still a little confused and I can't seem to find much about other than its obvious file transfer feature and how it has openwrt ( should I create a topic instead of asking on your  mana attack  topic )

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things are going on... :D

bought a new sd, just 4gb this time, gonna test in 2 or 3 hours, usb is no alternative for being mobile, need that for internet connection^^

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44 minutes ago, Jsync said:

So it can do everything the pine can but doesn't that mean u would need to write the commands out yourself or could u make them executable and such I'm still a little confused and I can't seem to find much about other than its obvious file transfer feature and how it has openwrt ( should I create a topic instead of asking on your  mana attack  topic )

would be better in a new topic i think. 

little hint: look at me :D

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Bug squashed.
You can now install MANA by simply typing the following in the terminal:

curl https://raw.githubusercontent.com/adde88/hostapd-mana/master/INSTALL.sh | bash -s

You don't need to do ANYTHING before this.
A little warning, this will delete the internal /usr/lib/python2.7 directory, then create a sym-link between /sd/usr/lib/python2.7 -> /usr/lib/python2.7 and then install everything it needs there automatically.

Simply type the above command on a fresh nano or tetra, it works smoooooth. :)

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3 hours ago, Zylla said:

 

Bug squashed.
You can now install MANA by simply typing the following in the terminal:

 

Did u think of making a module?

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3 hours ago, Zylla said:

 

Bug squashed.
You can now install MANA by simply typing the following in the terminal:


curl https://raw.githubusercontent.com/adde88/hostapd-mana/master/INSTALL.sh | bash -s

You don't need to do ANYTHING before this.

 

aehmmmm maybe interesting :D

curl isnt installed per default^^

root@Pineapple:~# curl https://raw.githubusercontent.com/adde88/hostapd-mana/mas
ter/INSTALL.sh | bash -s
-ash: curl: not found
root@Pineapple:~# cd /tmp
root@Pineapple:/tmp# curl
-ash: curl: not found
root@Pineapple:/tmp#

 

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2 minutes ago, Ch4rma said:

aehmmmm maybe interesting :D

curl isnt installed per default^^


root@Pineapple:~# curl https://raw.githubusercontent.com/adde88/hostapd-mana/mas
ter/INSTALL.sh | bash -s
-ash: curl: not found
root@Pineapple:~# cd /tmp
root@Pineapple:/tmp# curl
-ash: curl: not found
root@Pineapple:/tmp#

 

That's odd. It must somehow have survived my factory-reset.

I'll post another command without curl after i've put the kid to bed. :)

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Here we go.
Use this command to start a install on a fresh factory-default NANO/TETRA:

wget -qO- https://raw.githubusercontent.com/adde88/hostapd-mana/master/INSTALL.sh | bash -s -- -v -v

 

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17 minutes ago, Zylla said:

Here we go.

Installation running....gonna edit when done

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Having said that I am on phone... this script is for SD or USB?

( talking about  NANO of course ;))

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5 minutes ago, zibri said:

Having said that I am on phone... this script is for SD or USB?

( talking about  NANO of course ;))

Doesn't matter. It sorts this automatically.
Just remember that if you chose to use a usb-flash drive: mount it to /sd/
Then the Pineapple will behave as if it's a SD-card you are using.

Regarding the issues with SD-cards: It's not related to the MANA Toolkit.
Swapping it with a usb-drive just fixes it.

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i know thats not a mana prob ;)

u told me, but i was wondering if 128gb could be too much...but must be another problem, i failed with 4gb also.

3 or 4 people are writing that just a few certain cards are working, but didnt find a specific. 

installation running fine until now

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17 minutes ago, Zylla said:

Doesn't matter. It sorts this automatically.
Just remember that if you chose to use a usb-flash drive: mount it to /sd/
Then the Pineapple will behave as if it's a SD-card you are using.

Regarding the issues with SD-cards: It's not related to the MANA Toolkit.
Swapping it with a usb-drive just fixes it.

i know, i was just wondering whether  the bash script was takinf care of formatting USB partitions or not ;)

but i looked at the script and figured it out. :)

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Just now, zibri said:

i know, i was just wondering whether  the bash script was takinf care of formatting USB partitions or not ;)

but i looked at the script and figured it out. :)

Yeah. As you probably noticed i made the script so that it just looks for the /sd/ directory.
I first tested with a script that looks specifically for the sd-card, but it was easier to just do it like that, since both gets mounted as /sd/

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aaaand its working :D thx!!!

can i write about this setup and your scripted installation on my site Zylla?

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16 minutes ago, Ch4rma said:

aaaand its working :D thx!!!

can i write about this setup and your scripted installation on my site Zylla?

Of course! Write your heart out! :)

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How does one install to the sd card or does it have to be installed in the nano itself I would prefer if it can be done on sd but if I have to I'll do it on the nano

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I had two and a half coffees by the time the mana download finished

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12 hours ago, Jsync said:

How does one install to the sd card or does it have to be installed in the nano itself I would prefer if it can be done on sd but if I have to I'll do it on the nano

It has to be installed on the sd-card if you are using the NANO. There is not enough storage internally to install this toolkit, mainly because of all the tools and the complete python-directory being installed.

The hostapd-mana binary is not that big and fits on the internal storage.

I've been thinking about creating a package that would fit on the nano without all the tools. But you would not be able to run sslstrip+.

Or perhaps a package that would fit internally that would only do EAP cracking on corporate-networks.

We'll see where this goes :)

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17 hours ago, Zylla said:

Doesn't matter. It sorts this automatically.
Just remember that if you chose to use a usb-flash drive: mount it to /sd/
Then the Pineapple will behave as if it's a SD-card you are using.

Regarding the issues with SD-cards: It's not related to the MANA Toolkit.
Swapping it with a usb-drive just fixes it.

i know, i was just wondering whether  the bash script was takinf care of formatting USB partitions or not ;)

but i looked at the script and figured it out. :)

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for the 802.1x EAP attack u can use hostapd-wpe ported by acrylicwifi company. I am already using on pineapple and other openwrt hw ;)

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I know it automatically i finished installing it like i said i had two and a half coffees before the download finished 

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5 hours ago, zibri said:

for the 802.1x EAP attack u can use hostapd-wpe ported by acrylicwifi company. I am already using on pineapple and other openwrt hw ;)

Yeah hostapd-wpe is nice, and it's actually the port that inspired me to port Mana to OpenWRT.
Mana would be more suitable for EAP attacks when configured properly for those networks, because of the mana patches to hostapd (can also do Karma attacks) more units would be fooled to connect.
Afaik the hostapd-wpe package by TarlogicSecurity only contains the same Karma patches that are already being used on the Pineapple, and a few patches by Seb.
Obviously the success-rate would be higher when using hostapd-mana for EAP attacks.

But whatever floats your boat and gets the job done. ;)

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Hey Zylla this may be dumb but is the script completed or not. Also ive installed it but how do i use it and its features, once install is done it says to type launch-mana after that what do i do.

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