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I'm new to the industry and would like to know the best device for pen testing without any limitations.

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I meant tools from the hak5 catalog, for beginners. I wasn't sure which pineapple device to start with. Thanks for the feedback.

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It depends on your method of attack.

Can you get direct access for a few seconds? USB Rubber Ducky is your first port of call.

Perhaps you can somehow get access for longer? Then a Lan Turtle is a great choice, as is the Packet Squirrel.

Can't get direct access, but can get close enough to sniff their wifi? Then a Pineapple is a great choice, Nano or Tetra, depends on what you want to do exactly.

It all comes down to what you want to do.

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WiFi Auditing

At the core of the WiFi Pineapple is PineAP, an advanced suite of wireless penetration testing tools for reconnaissance, man-in-the-middle, tracking, logging and reporting. Utilizing our unique hardware design, PineAP is the most effective rogue access point suite available.

WIFI PINEAPPLE KITS:

  • WiFi Pineapple NANO (100$/150$)
    • Designed for WiFi Reconnaissance
      • A great option if you want to scan the network and report it.
    • Only 2.4GHz support
    • Smaller, portable version
    • Memory expansion via MicroSD
  • WiFi Pineapple TETRA (200$/300$)
    • Designed for Interception
      • A great option if you want to target the network and intercept it.
    • Dual-band 2.4GHz/5GHz suppport
    • Built-in skybridge amplifiers
    • Dedicated RJ45 port

Physical Access

The best penetration testers know that with the right tools and a few seconds of physical access, all bets are off. Since 2005 Hak5 has been developing just such tools – combining lethal power, elegance and simplicity.

USB ATTACK TOOLS:

  • USB Rubber Ducky (45$)
    • Designed for USB Automation
      • A great option if you want to do intelligent exfiltration and keystroke injection.
    • Only HID and Storage emulation
    • Covert Case with an Optional Decal
    • Plug and play, instant feedback
  • Bash Bunny (100$)
    • Designed for Penetration Testing
      • A great option if you want to do network hijacking, intelligent exfiltration, keystroke injection and have a dedicated shell access.
    • Ethernet, Storage, HID and Serial emulation
    • Multiple payloads selection through a 3-way switch
    • Boots in less than 7 seconds

Network Implants

Simple and effective. These stealthy Ethernet multi-tools are expandable platforms for remote access and man-in-the-middle. Their discreet nature allows them to easily blend into network environments.

NETWORK IMPLANTS:

  • LAN Turtle (60$/200$)
    • Designed for Ethernet Remote Access
      • A great option if you want to capture packets, exfiltrate data and have an unlocked world-band 3G modem.
    • Looks like an innocent Ethernet-to-USB adapter
    • Stealthy man-in-the-middle remote access toolkits
    • Configure, deploy and access
  • Packet Squirrel (60$)
    • Designed for Man-in-the-middle
      • A great option if you want to capture packets, do man-in-the-middle attacks and have a VPN connection.
    • Pocket sized ethernet man-in-the-middle multi-tool
    • Personal recommendations from me.
    • Script, switch and deploy

Note: features about the every gadget is written personally by me, everyone may have different opinions.

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On 8/1/2018 at 2:30 PM, Rkiver said:

It depends on your method of attack.

Can you get direct access for a few seconds? USB Rubber Ducky is your first port of call.

Perhaps you can somehow get access for longer? Then a Lan Turtle is a great choice, as is the Packet Squirrel.

Can't get direct access, but can get close enough to sniff their wifi? Then a Pineapple is a great choice, Nano or Tetra, depends on what you want to do exactly.

It all comes down to what you want to do.

Thanks for the feedback.

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On 8/3/2018 at 8:58 AM, moliata said:

WiFi Auditing

At the core of the WiFi Pineapple is PineAP, an advanced suite of wireless penetration testing tools for reconnaissance, man-in-the-middle, tracking, logging and reporting. Utilizing our unique hardware design, PineAP is the most effective rogue access point suite available.

WIFI PINEAPPLE KITS:

  • WiFi Pineapple NANO (100$/150$)
    • Designed for WiFi Reconnaissance
      • A great option if you want to scan the network and report it.
    • Only 2.4GHz support
    • Smaller, portable version
    • Memory expansion via MicroSD
  • WiFi Pineapple TETRA (200$/300$)
    • Designed for Interception
      • A great option if you want to target the network and intercept it.
    • Dual-band 2.4GHz/5GHz suppport
    • Built-in skybridge amplifiers
    • Dedicated RJ45 port

Physical Access

The best penetration testers know that with the right tools and a few seconds of physical access, all bets are off. Since 2005 Hak5 has been developing just such tools – combining lethal power, elegance and simplicity.

USB ATTACK TOOLS:

  • USB Rubber Ducky (45$)
    • Designed for USB Automation
      • A great option if you want to do intelligent exfiltration and keystroke injection.
    • Only HID and Storage emulation
    • Covert Case with an Optional Decal
    • Plug and play, instant feedback
  • WiFi Pineapple TETRA (100$)
    • Designed for Penetration Testing
      • A great option if you want to do network hijacking, intelligent exfiltration, keystroke injection and have a dedicated shell access.
    • Ethernet, Storage, HID and Serial emulation
    • Multiple payloads selection through a 3-way switch
    • Boots in less than 7 seconds

Network Implants

Simple and effective. These stealthy Ethernet multi-tools are expandable platforms for remote access and man-in-the-middle. Their discreet nature allows them to easily blend into network environments.

NETWORK IMPLANTS:

  • LAN Turtle (60$/200$)
    • Designed for Ethernet Remote Access
      • A great option if you want to capture packets, exfiltrate data and have an unlocked world-band 3G modem.
    • Looks like an innocent Ethernet-to-USB adapter
    • Stealthy man-in-the-middle remote access toolkits
    • Configure, deploy and access
  • Packet Squirrel (60$)
    • Designed for Man-in-the-middle
      • A great option if you want to capture packets, do man-in-the-middle attacks and have a VPN connection.
    • Pocket sized ethernet man-in-the-middle multi-tool
    • Personal recommendations from me.
    • Script, switch and deploy

Note: features about the every gadget is written personally by me, everyone may have different opinions.

Just what I was looking for, thanks for the time.

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On 8/3/2018 at 10:58 PM, moliata said:

USB ATTACK TOOLS:

  • WiFi Pineapple TETRA (100$)
    • Designed for Penetration Testing
      • A great option if you want to do network hijacking, intelligent exfiltration, keystroke injection and have a dedicated shell access.
    • Ethernet, Storage, HID and Serial emulation
    • Multiple payloads selection through a 3-way switch
    • Boots in less than 7 seconds

Note: features about the every gadget is written personally by me, everyone may have different opinions.

I have a different opinion about the TETRA being a USB attack tool, haha.

I think you meant to talk about the Bash Bunny there?

I'll finish it for you (copy+paste what you said but rename the title, ha):

  • Bash Bunny (100$)
    • Designed for Penetration Testing
      • A great option if you want to do network hijacking, intelligent exfiltration, keystroke injection and have a dedicated shell access.
    • Ethernet, Storage, HID and Serial emulation
    • Multiple payloads selection through a 3-way switch
    • Boots in less than 7 seconds

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