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Where can I find the OUI list on the Nano?

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Hi Folks,

Can anyone tell me where the OUI listing is kept on the Nano?  I want to download the latest and drop it there so I can do look ups while not connected to the Internet.  Apologies if this has already been discussed, I didn't seem to find it on the board anywhere.

 

Cheers,

-Bill

 

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18 minutes ago, billn said:

Can anyone tell me where the OUI listing is kept on the Nano?

For PineAP/Recon I was told it sits in the browser not on the device itself.  So it is temporary and is a custom list downloaded from hak5.

For Airodump-ng you can download it to the nano itself. Although before doing so i would recommend editing the /usr/sbin/airodump-ng-oui-update  script removing the http ieee download address and replacing it with https://linuxnet.ca/ieee/oui.txt as its somewhat cleaner. It downloads it to /etc/aircrack-ng/airodump-ng-oui.txt on the nano.

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On 2/20/2018 at 9:50 PM, Just_a_User said:

For PineAP/Recon I was told it sits in the browser not on the device itself.  So it is temporary and is a custom list downloaded from hak5.

For Airodump-ng you can download it to the nano itself. Although before doing so i would recommend editing the /usr/sbin/airodump-ng-oui-update  script removing the http ieee download address and replacing it with https://linuxnet.ca/ieee/oui.txt as its somewhat cleaner. It downloads it to /etc/aircrack-ng/airodump-ng-oui.txt on the nano.

HI @Just_a_User, I just stumbled over this threat as I am playing with the newly received nano. As you stated the OUI list is dynamically and temporarily stored within the browser. Whatever I test I receive a Unknown MAC prefix message, even though I am testing my well known Apple devices with Apple Macs. Any idea what this might be?

Version of the Pineapple is the latest one released, 2.0.2.

Thanks in advance!

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On 4/7/2018 at 9:46 AM, hachiman said:

Any idea what this might be?

With the info given, no.

Did you already try another browser? another OS/machine?  - just trying to pin down if your issue is with browser (including addons) machine/OS or the pineapple.

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On 4/8/2018 at 3:18 PM, Just_a_User said:

With the info given, no.

Did you already try another browser? another OS/machine?  - just trying to pin down if your issue is with browser (including addons) machine/OS or the pineapple.

You are right, quite few info, sorry about that.

Currently tried it on a Kali Linux with the standard Firefox and the new Firefox Quantum. I also tried it on a OS X with Safari and Firefox. Same issue.

But I experience quite serious problems in general. The whole pineapple seems to run extremely unstable.

A scan over multiple minutes causes the web interface to hang, most of the time. I also tried to access the wifipineapple in anonymous mode, so no cache, cookies etc. should be left. Pretty strange.

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3 minutes ago, hachiman said:

But I experience quite serious problems in general. The whole pineapple seems to run extremely unstable.

If I were you I would do factory reset, if that does not work then a firmware recovery https://www.wifipineapple.com/pages/faq

Also, just saying just in case - make sure your using an SD card in the nano and double make sure you have adequate power - both these things can sometimes cause the nano to misbehave.

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4 minutes ago, Just_a_User said:

If I were you I would do factory reset, if that does not work then a firmware recovery https://www.wifipineapple.com/pages/faq

Also, just saying just in case - make sure your using an SD card in the nano and double make sure you have adequate power - both these things can sometimes cause the nano to misbehave.

Thanks for the quick reply, really appreciate it.

I did a factory reset already, multiple times. Not really getting better.

A sandisk SD is in place and when I check the USB port power seems to be fine:

  Current Available (mA):    500
  Current Required (mA):    250
  Extra Operating Current (mA):    0

 

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1 minute ago, hachiman said:

I did a factory reset already, multiple times. Not really getting better.

But did you do a firmware recovery?

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Just now, Just_a_User said:

But did you do a firmware recovery?

Thats a good hint! Actually havent tried that one, but this seems to be next step. Thanks for pointing it out

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1 minute ago, hachiman said:

Thats a good hint! Actually havent tried that one, but this seems to be next step. Thanks for pointing it out

Also try to get a little more power if available - the wiki is asking for around 1.3A -1.8A depending on what else you plug into the Pineapple.

https://wifipineapple.github.io/wifipineapple-wiki//#!hardware.md

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17 minutes ago, Just_a_User said:

Also try to get a little more power if available - the wiki is asking for around 1.3A -1.8A depending on what else you plug into the Pineapple.

https://wifipineapple.github.io/wifipineapple-wiki//#!hardware.md

Thanks. Just did a factor firmware reset. Lets see then.

I will also get a second USB Port and lets see if this helps. Good recommendation. I kinda missed that one on the github page

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Interestingly enough, now I see the wifipineapple icon moving underneath the MAC address. However it seems to never finish. Pretty strange

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Hi Hachiman,

The OUI file is stored in the browser, not on the device. You can delete the local OUI index like so and get a new list by clicking the "Download OUI File" again on the Recon modal. The OUI file we use is a trimmed version of the official IEEE OUI database, and our trimmed version is updated from time to time.

Hopefully this information helps.

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2 minutes ago, Foxtrot said:

Hi Hachiman,

The OUI file is stored in the browser, not on the device. You can delete the local OUI index like so and get a new list by clicking the "Download OUI File" again on the Recon modal. The OUI file we use is a trimmed version of the official IEEE OUI database, and our trimmed version is updated from time to time.

Hopefully this information helps.

Thanks @Foxtrot I will try to delete the browser cached file as described.

Unfortunately the factory reset leads to the same "strange" behavior as before.

Executing a longer scan, like 10min. leads to a frozen webinterface. The progress bar hangs at 100% but no clients or APs are displayed / site is refreshed. Furthermore I can click on any other menu item or reload the page without any feedback from the wifipineapple.

Which is pretty bad as I plan to use longer scans in my pentesting engagements at client sites and would have to rely on this

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BTW, the wifiepineapple is now connected to two USB 3.0 ports of my MacBook Pro Retina. So I assume power shouldnt be an issue anymore

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