I read quite a bit from Troy Hunt about spoofing WiFi SSIDs and luring devices to connect to them.
When the Pineapple device sees a probe request it will create a WiFi with the probed SSID. The naive device will connect to the network and succeed if it is an open network.
What happens if the network is secured. Say my home network has the SSID “X” and is secured with WPA2-PSK. If such a spoofing device creates an SSID “X”, will my computer just send its password to that SSID? Do I have to worry about my WiFi password sniffed in this manner?