Hi finlaydag33k, You need to be sure that Karma and their dependencies are installed correctly.
What linux distribution and version are you using? If you access Karma module, is it showed as installed?
Try compiling it again from the command line and search for errors:
cd /usr/share/fruitywifi/www/modules/karma/includes/ ./install.sh
If you start the interface in monitor mode, does it works? (you can test it with airodump-ng) Are you using wlan1 or wlan0 (I guess wlan0 is the internal wireless card), be sure that the wireless card is supported by Hostapd, and you have the correct driver installed.
I have reinstalled my Kali2 and installed Fruitywifi trough the repo (sudo apt-get install fruitywifi) and it seems to work allright, except the FruityDNS, it doesn't want to start itself. (Karma seems to be working now, as there are some clients connected)
Hi finlaydag33k, FruityDNS will not start unless that you switch the DNS server on AP module. (AP/tab_DHCP-DNS/DNS_option) The default DNS server is dnsmasq, and both dnsmasq and FruityDNS are using the same port, so you need to decide what DNS server you want to use before to start AP module.
About Karma, try installing the version from GitHub instead of using the one from Kali Linux. You can also use Mana ( Karma and Mana in essence are doing the same (different version of Hostapd and some other changes) )
Note: The version on Kali Linux repository and GitHub repo for FruityWiFi could be different, as all the packages are updated first on FruityWiFi GitHub repo.
I already explain what do you need to do with FrutiyProxy. I have long time without updating MITMf, but you can do exactly the same as with FruityProxy to verify dependencies:
cd /usr/share/fruitywifi/www/modules/mitmf/includes/MITMf-master python mitmf.py
There are a few point to consider: - MITMproxy project have been updated and some changes are not compatible with old versions. FruityProxy, MITMf, and other modules for FruityWiFi uses MITMproxy libraries. - At the moment latest MITMproxy is v0.17. - The new FruityProxy module has been updated to support the latest version of MITMproxy, but you need to install the module from the GitHub repository as has not been updated on Kali linux repository yet. - BDFproxy standalone module has not been updated yet to support v0.17, but the version on FruityProxy works. - MITMf has not been updated to v0.17. - Recon has not been updated to v0.17.
Note: The new version of MITMproxy (v0.17) has been released few weeks ago, so I will start updating all the modules to support this version as soon as I can.
Installed fruitywifi from kali repo. Replaced ap api nginx1.1 from git. Ap and api starts but nginx cant start. Nginx is running in 80 8443 and 8000. Any help? Nginx service and web interface works but nginx module doesnt start on nethunter In web interface it says nginx disabled