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Clients connected to the management network (172.16.42.x)


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When a victim connects to the WiFi Pinapple network the user is assigned an ip address inside the network 172.16.42.x.

A user more familiar with these attacks may browse to the management interface and potentially identify this attack.

I would propose that the user to be assigned to a separate network such as or /23 for larger networks such as in engagements e.g in airports and a new bridge interface to be created between the connection to the internet and this network so someone can monitor the network.

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