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  1. Discussioni: BT5 to BT6 Kali Linux

    by Snayler
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    Re: BT5 to BT6 Kali Linux

    I prefer Kali because it's based on Debian while Backtrack is based on Ubuntu which in turn, is based on Debian. And from my little experience with Kali, it seems more stable and lightweight than...
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    Re: Alfa awus036h Radiation??

    I've been using a alfa for 4 years now and I'm still fine. Sometimes I even let it working overnight with a 16dbi directional antenna in the same room I sleep, haven't had any issue. If it wasn't...
  3. Re: Does VM VIRTUAL BOX NOT support Usb 3.0 ? Cant connect Alfa AWUS036H to VM....

    I know that VMware doesn't support USB 3.0, so I just use a USB 2.0 port (My laptop has both). Don't know if a USB hub would solve the issue here. You could try and report back to us.
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    Re: What can someone do after discovering a "exploit"?

    @airwolf3000: You'll need to install python-scapy, I forgot to mention that.
    Btw, pastebin seems down, here's the altered wpscan:

    #!/usr/bin/env python

    from sys import argv, stderr, exit
    from...
  5. Re: BT5r3 Need Info to buy the right laptop/netbook (Stand alone OS)

    I have a computer only used for studying hacking related stuff, it was a broken laptop someone wanted to throw away and I claimed and fixed it. It's a Acer TravelMate 290 (really old) and it has 1Gb...
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    Re: What can someone do after discovering a "exploit"?

    You can use it with your BT distro. Just download, and issue the following commands on a terminal (I'll assume you have root, so no need for sudo):

    cd /directory/of/downloaded/wpscan/
    cp...
  7. Re: [Q] How can I install BackTrack to USB? Fully install!

    It's in the wiki: http://www.backtrack-linux.org/wiki/index.php/Persistent_USB
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    Re: Install BT on HDD without CD/DVD Rom or USB

    I made this tutorial a while back, I hope it helps. There's also a VirtualBox guide. Here are the links:
    HowTo: Install BT4 Dual Boot using VMware Workstation
    Installing BT4 to HDD using VirtualBox...
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    Re: Session Hijacking with Fern Wifi Cracker

    Good work! Thank you for sharing with the community, I admire that.

    Cheers and keep it up!
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    Re: What can someone do after discovering a "exploit"?

    No, you're doing it right. That router has the new algorithm, you can check it by looking at the serial number, if it starts with 10 (means it was made in 2010) it will probably not be vulnerable...
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    Re: What can someone do after discovering a "exploit"?

    No! I'm not that smart :p Back in April 2008, Kevin Devine discovered that flaw (calculating the default password from the serial number) and created a PoC where you can calculate all possible...
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    Re: What can someone do after discovering a "exploit"?

    I get '414243' from 'ABC' by converting ascii values to hexadecimal values. The following links should help:

    http://centricle.com/tools/ascii-hex/
    http://www.asciitable.com/index/asciifull.gif
    ...
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    Re: Defending against WPS attacks

    IDK if kismet supports running a command when it detects a WPS bruteforce attack, but if it does, it should be easy to make it run airdrop-ng against the attacker's MAC address, or even running a...
  14. Discussioni: Final College Work

    by Snayler
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    Re: Final College Work

    When I said to ask your teacher if the school has some spare AP's, I'm not talking about attacking the school network. I'm talking about AP's that they usually have locked in a drawer gathering dust...
  15. Discussioni: Final College Work

    by Snayler
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    Re: Final College Work

    I think it would be best to use a AP instead of an Ad-Hoc network. If you don't have one, try asking some of your colleagues if they have a spare one they can lend you. Also, ask your teacher. Some...
  16. Re: Will using VMWare leave a bigger footprint than a normal install?

    Yes, it is possible to set it up this way.
  17. Re: Whera I can Find "menu.lst" for GRUB With This Situation.....

    A good linux command for this situations is "locate":

    locate menu.lst
    It will return a list with all the directories containing a file named "menu.lst".
    Run "man locate" for more information.
  18. Re: Looking for a wifi radar which tells the direction of the frames of an AP is comi

    Yes, I don't think the distro was made with virtualization in mind, either.

    I'm sorry to hear that. When I first discovered moocherhunter, I had at least one of the those, so the limitations...
  19. Discussioni: BT 5 and onboard Wifi

    by Snayler
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    Re: BT 5 and onboard Wifi

    Actually, VM installs usually have some issues with AWUS036H (not sure about other cards). There's a list of commands here in the forums to fix the problem (which you'll have to run every time after...
  20. Re: Looking for a wifi radar which tells the direction of the frames of an AP is comi

    OSWA Assistant and the tool it's called MoocherHunter.

    EDIT: BTW, it's called a directional antenna, a.k.a yagi antenna.

    Cheers
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    Re: Arping with MAC Address Argument failure

    What Thorin said was to try it without the colons --> ":"

    Like this:

    Arping -c 5 112233445566
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    Re: Admin disabled private message

    I believe the PM's have been disabled for everyone, not just you.
  23. Discussioni: Help with Reaver

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    Re: Help with Reaver

    Using the option -L. It will not work with all routers, tough. Another option is using a script that changes our MAC Address from time to time, in order to fool the router.

    This you're describing...
  24. Discussioni: Help with Reaver

    by Snayler
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    Re: Help with Reaver

    I remember reading somewhere that someone couldn't associate unless he used the -N flag. Maybe you're having the same problem.
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    Re: Intel Pro Wireless 2100, missing firmware

    You shouldn't drop the files inside /lib, but in /lib/firmware/ instead.
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