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Hi guys,

 

I just wanted to post a question here regarding the current state of the nano.

SInce the increased security of the web browsers compared to a few years ago, is the wifi pineapple still relevant today ?

What I mean is, modules like ssl strip , and capture portals etc. I would think these are obselete today since the browsers will detect tampering and warn the user .

 

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Yes. Captive portals work well with an open wireless network. There are some templates on github.

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On 4/6/2019 at 3:11 AM, stoof said:

Hi guys,

 

I just wanted to post a question here regarding the current state of the nano.

SInce the increased security of the web browsers compared to a few years ago, is the wifi pineapple still relevant today ?

What I mean is, modules like ssl strip , and capture portals etc. I would think these are obselete today since the browsers will detect tampering and warn the user .

 

Still working great for me in every way I've used/tested it on Open WiFi.

Just ordered and opened the Nano a couple weeks ago after having the Tetra for quite some time now  :)

 

 

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I honestly haven't played around with SSL-strip all that much. The first time I did, it wasn't really "stripping" https as I thought it should >.> so I kinda-of gave up on it and haven't had time to return to it.

Captive Portal is very much indeed still relevant today as you may find plenty of open access points in public that still display these services - ex. xfinitywifi 😉 However, I wouldn't use the  templates from GitHub as they're extremely outdated, so just do what I did and code your own.

 

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thanks for the replies guys, what about the karma attack ?

Do newer devices running on windows 10 and android 7 or higher still autoconnect using the karma attack ?

 

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1 hour ago, stoof said:

thanks for the replies guys, what about the karma attack ?

Do newer devices running on windows 10 and android 7 or higher still autoconnect using the karma attack ?

 

if the conditions are right, then yes.  You get alot more warnings from web browsers and devices but most people ive found, dont care and swipe past them.  Android 9, latest iOS, OSX, and windows 10 will still connect if conditions are right

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On 4/12/2019 at 12:27 AM, b0N3z said:

if the conditions are right, then yes.  You get alot more warnings from web browsers and devices but most people ive found, dont care and swipe past them.  Android 9, latest iOS, OSX, and windows 10 will still connect if conditions are right

Hi b0N3z, thanks for the reply.

Can you go a little bit more in detail. Which are the right conditions that you are talking about ?

thanks man.

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they have connected to an open ap and it is saved in there settings

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