Let him practise.
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Let him practise.
kismet can differentiate between wireless and wired clients.
as far as i remember in the protocols drop-down menu choose 802.11 and enter your passphrase.
use windows ping command
Yes i agree with you, but as far as i know there is an ongoing research on more advanced counter-spoofing methods like a spectral analysis of various wi-fi chipsets , driver timing analysis and...
By displaying my knowledge am i hurting you?
Is it forbidden here to be a knowledgeable person?
I respect other people and i often offer them a helping hand , but sometimes my language is going to...
I was talking about the adding NEW FEATURES LIKE A 802.11W into windows7 network stack and it is called vendor implementation.
You simply misunderstood me.
You can spoof data frames when WPA2 is used only when you have recovered a key , otherwise your data frames will be rejected.
Perhaps you should have toroughly read and be able to understand ...
If you have a valid WEP key you can use wireshark with this key in order to dissect wep-encrypted data packets and by analyzing 802.11 frame's payload (3,4 and 7 layer protocols) you will obtain all...
As i have said it is all left to the vendor's implementation.
Only if 802.11w was not implemented.
ping unavailable host
it is used also to hide your network interface identity
sorry double post
Did quick search and i have found that new amendment 802.11w protects management frames against the spoofing attacks.Now the right question is does any AP firmware...
I think that it all boils down to the windows 7 implementation of 802.11 standard particulary dealing with the security. Afaik data packets are fully protected against the...
As i stated earlier in the other post you cannot spoof AP or other client when WPA/WPA2 is used because of replay and spoofing attack protection which is binding session tokens to the mac addresses....
Newer AP are less vulnerable to aircrack attacks even when WEP is switched on.Maybe there is implemented some kind of custom replay protection.
To completely answer your question an access to AP...
When WPA/WPA2 is used you cannot impersonate a client because of session tokens binding.
Moreover spoofing can be prevented easily by simple state machine algorithm for example measuring preamble...
Enter wlanx , where x=your interface number (0,1,...) old ieee802.11 driver stack
or monx , where x=your monitor mode interface (0,1,..) only works when new mac802.11 driver stack is used.
I'm simply encouraging you to learn the theoretical side of the hacking and pentesting there are tons of books that are teaching you the inner workings of the hacking.
I have spent countless hours...
It depends on the AP firmware implementation , also in the WPA/WPA2 spoofing and replay attacks are fought with the binding of the keys to the mac addresses.
You provided here an example of your lack of knowledge because whene you have WEP encrypted network with rc4 cipher your sniffing software won't decrypt any data packet without the key you can only...
why do not you try to dissasemble NDIS.sys driver and look for auth/deauth security related custom routines maybe you should also try to reverse-engineer whole win 7 network driver stack to learn...
I thought that it is your network.
Sometimes AP will send disassociation frame because of inactivity it is implemented by some TP-LINK routers.
Only if you could spend 10k on such a system i will recommend you go and buy it.
Get yourself a nice nehalem family cpu (quad core) and latest and greatest nvidia gpu.