Campaigns enable automatic configuration to simplify an engagement, with automatic report generation.
Campaigns that have been created are listed in a table, showing the current status, name, creation date and campaign type. You can enable or disable your campaigns with the Enable/Disable toggle, and edit or remove them by clicking the "..." menu button.
Passively monitor client device and access point activity within a defined region of the WiFi environment.
Identify client devices susceptible to basic rogue access points or evil twin attacks. Uses a passive PineAP mode to mimic access points only upon direct request. Depending on filter configuration, client devices may be allowed to associate with the WiFi Pineapple.
Identify client devices susceptible to advanced rogue access points or evil twin attacks. Uses an active PineAP mode to broadcast an SSID pool, mimicking all access points listed. New access points may be dynamically added to the pool. Depending on filter configuration, client devices may be allowed to associate with the WiFi Pineapple.
Campaign script editor
The campaign shell script may be modified and extended upon by opening the campaign script editor from the campaign's "..." menu. Campaigns reside in
/etc/pineapple/campaigns/and are generated using the
/etc/pineapple/campaign-template.shbase script file.
From the Reports tab, you can download and delete the reports that have been generated by your campaigns.
By default, reports are saved to the local disk under
/root/loot/. Additionally, reports may be sent to a connected Cloud C² server, or by email with a configured SMTP server.
Email reporting with a SMTP configuration for Gmail
Reports sent by email require SMTP configuration. Emails are sent via
msmtpwith optional support for TLS and STARTTLS.
The campaigns system may be configured to use the
C2EXFILutility to exfiltrate reports to a configured Cloud C² server. The reports will reside within Cloud C² from the device's loot tab.
Reports may be generated in either JSON or HTML format.
- JSON: Report data in JSON format, for parsing with other tools.
- HTML: A full HTML report, containing tables and formatting.