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[RELEASE] WiFi Pineapple Firmware v2.3.x


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is anyone else having wlan2 USB devices (tp link 722n V1) drop out after an hour or so? just running airodump-ng. Device wasn't touched and is powered from a 12V5A supply.

dmesg gives 

[377128.020000] device wlan2mon entered promiscuous mode
[382823.290000] usb 1-1: USB disconnect, device number 16
[382823.310000] usb 1-1: ath9k_htc: USB layer deinitialized

logread pretty much says the same

kern.info kernel: [377128.020000] device wlan2mon entered promiscuous mode
kern.info kernel: [382823.290000] usb 1-1: USB disconnect, device number 16
kern.info kernel: [382823.310000] usb 1-1: ath9k_htc: USB layer deinitialized

on airodump-ng i get

read failed: Network is down
Interface wlan2mon: 
ioctl(SIOCGIFINDEX) failed: No such device
Can't reopen wlan2mon
root@Pineapple:~# 

 

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On 8/21/2018 at 10:36 AM, b0N3z said:

@Sebkinne @Foxtrot. Awesome update, it has fixed the recon issue I was experiencing. I have noticed something else that @Just_a_User mentioned earlier.  The CPU usage on the dashboard seems to stay quite high despite what it actually is and "ssid added this session" doesn't clear out after a reboot and seems a little funky.  Not major issues just something I have noticed since 2.3.1. As always great work, keep it up

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Edit: I'm only noticing these minor dashboard hiccups on chrome mobile, desktop chrome seems to be fine.

@Sebkinne @Foxtrot  Have been noticing the "ssid added this session" on the dashboard is acting weird.  From power down it will show 0 but with a refresh page it will show xx added and the pool count doesnt change, same with reboots.  Noticed this on Chrome, Firefox, and chrome mobile with both nano and tetra.

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@Sebkinne At the next release would it be possible to change the default SSID in the firmware so it isn't called Pineapple....?   Just call it something else that doesn't shout "there is a pineapple in the area" when you try and update the firmware.

Call it 5kcaH if you like ?

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On 9/15/2018 at 11:29 AM, PixL said:

@Sebkinne At the next release would it be possible to change the default SSID in the firmware so it isn't called Pineapple....?   Just call it something else that doesn't shout "there is a pineapple in the area" when you try and update the firmware.

Call it 5kcaH if you like ?

What other names make sense? Pineapple_XXXX (XXXX being the last four octets of the MAC address) works well and helps identify your devices. The only time I see the advertisement of your Pineapple being a problem is when it's being used in an engagement. Are Pineapples being updated in the middle of an engagement?

 

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1 hour ago, Foxtrot said:

What other names make sense? Pineapple_XXXX (XXXX being the last four octets of the MAC address) works well and helps identify your devices. The only time I see the advertisement of your Pineapple being a problem is when it's being used in an engagement. Are Pineapples being updated in the middle of an engagement?

 

@Foxtrot They might be and this would be the same reason why there is the option to perform setup with the radios disabled.... however before you get to disable it you are already broadcasting SSID Pineapple_XXXX.

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I disagree, I don't think that Pineapples are being updated while in use. Currently, doing so would wipe all user settings and potentially lose valuable data. The Pineapple_XXXX SSID is broadcast upon setup in case the user wants to set up their (why the XXXX is important) device without plugging it into their computer - useful for mobile phones.

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