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6 hours ago, chrizree said:

Are the filters set up properly? Associations allowed?

Filters are set to deny nothing so i assume that would accept all? and im not sure where is associations located?

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How far are you from the WiFi network that you are trying "mimic"? Are you sure that the clients aren't just reconnecting to the intended network (and not your spoofed one)? What kind of WiFi network are you trying to "mimic"? A PSK protected one?

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My own network yeah its wpa2 psk protected, i assume it isn't connecting to the spoofed because its unsecured?

3 minutes ago, chrizree said:

How far are you from the WiFi network that you are trying "mimic"? Are you sure that the clients aren't just reconnecting to the intended network (and not your spoofed one)? What kind of WiFi network are you trying to "mimic"? A PSK protected one?

 

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Correct, trying to connect a client that has previously connected to a secured network, to a network with the same SSID that is open/unprotected will keep you waiting for a long while (like... forever...)

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Just now, chrizree said:

Correct, trying to connect a client that has previously connected to a secured network, to a network with the same SSID that is open/unprotected will keep you waiting for a long while (like... forever...)

i assumed, so the pineap must be for broadcasting those hopefully unsecured networks collected by phone pings. Another question, so i have a google home that i can deauth and try to capture the handshake from but i often don't get it is that normal? i think the only handshake i've been able to pull is from my phone connecting im pretty sure.

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What kind of wireless network is your Google Home device on? 5 GHz? If so, you won't get any handshake with the Pineapple unless you have a 5 GHz NIC attached. But, I guess it's on 2.4 GHz since you say "i often don't get" (meaning you get it at least sometime). Handshakes aren't always like ordering from the McDonald's menu, i.e. a deauth won't automagically be equal to obtaining the handshake. Sometimes you can deauth like crazy and still not get it (deauthing too aggressive isn't a good thing either). An alternative less aggressive is to just sit and wait. The handshake will perhaps show up anyway if equipment is connecting.

On the "fool users to connect to an evil twin" thing, you can look at this for some inspiration, not really Pineapple related though

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HyxQqDq3qs4

https://null-byte.wonderhowto.com/how-to/hack-wi-fi-stealing-wi-fi-passwords-with-evil-twin-attack-0183880/

 

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25 minutes ago, chrizree said:

What kind of wireless network is your Google Home device on? 5 GHz? If so, you won't get any handshake with the Pineapple unless you have a 5 GHz NIC attached. But, I guess it's on 2.4 GHz since you say "i often don't get" (meaning you get it at least sometime). Handshakes aren't always like ordering from the McDonald's menu, i.e. a deauth won't automagically be equal to obtaining the handshake. Sometimes you can deauth like crazy and still not get it (deauthing too aggressive isn't a good thing either). An alternative less aggressive is to just sit and wait. The handshake will perhaps show up anyway if equipment is connecting.

On the "fool users to connect to an evil twin" thing, you can look at this for some inspiration, not really Pineapple related though

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HyxQqDq3qs4

https://null-byte.wonderhowto.com/how-to/hack-wi-fi-stealing-wi-fi-passwords-with-evil-twin-attack-0183880/

 

Glad to hear alot of my assumptions were right as you can probably tell im pretty new to this, thank you so much for all the confirmations and your time!

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