Redleg101 Posted July 5, 2022 Share Posted July 5, 2022 New to using the WiFi pineapple and need to know the proper workflow for using the pineapple with Kali in a VM and Hashcat. My current workflow is to access the pineapple on my laptop OS and capture handshakes. I download the Hashcat file to my computer. I then open my VM and start Kali Linux. I copy the Hashcat handshake file to a folder in Kali Linux. I open the command line and run Hashcat ex. hashcat -a 0 -m 22000 hash.txt rockyou.txt When I try this, I get a message saying no hashes found. Not sure if I should be doing this a better way. Should I be running the whole process in Kali? Accessing the pineapple through the browser in Kali? Is there a specific location to save the hash file so it can be used in Hashcat? Any guidance on this will be greatly appreciated Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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