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    Glad i could help

    Glad i could help
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    iptables –t nat –A PREROUTING –p udp –j DNAT –-to...

    iptables –t nat –A PREROUTING –p udp –j DNAT –-to 192.168.0.1
    This forces any UDP packets reaching your nat'ed interface to 192.168.0.1


    iptables –P FORWARD ACCEPT

    This sets the default...
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    Unless you've memorized your MAC address, having...

    Unless you've memorized your MAC address, having one you can type in quickly without having to fumble with copy paste (especial when not running X). Its far from useless, or a dirty trick....
    ...
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    apt-get install openoffice.org

    apt-get install openoffice.org
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    None of this is necessary in Backtrack 4, all you...

    None of this is necessary in Backtrack 4, all you need to do is



    airmon-ng start wlan0


    and it will create the mon0 interface. You now have wlan0 in managed mode and mon0 in monitor mode.
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    Another simple way to locate a command is the...

    Another simple way to locate a command is the which command,



    which airodump-ng


    should output its location,
    In my case
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    From the looks of it you are using BT3, in which...

    From the looks of it you are using BT3, in which case this is the correct procedure for your card.



    modprobe -r iwl3945
    modprobe ipwraw


    thats it, it will change your wireless card from...
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    Stood for Wireless Lan Interface, so yes, wlan0...

    Stood for Wireless Lan Interface, so yes, wlan0 works.
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    Replace variables as needed ifconfig...

    Replace variables as needed



    ifconfig $WLANINT up
    iwconfig $WLANINT essid $ESSID key $KEY
    iwconfig $WLANINT #check if you're connected


    then you can just dhclient the interface to get an...
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    The following should work nicely ...

    The following should work nicely



    #!/bin/bash
    airmon-ng stop wlan0
    ifconfig wlan0 down
    macchanger --mac 00:11:22:33:44:55 wlan0
    airmon-ng start wlan0
  11. Those are now obsolete thanks to the knew kernel...

    Those are now obsolete thanks to the knew kernel and mac80211. All you need to do is

    airmon-ng start wlan0

    it will start an interface called mon0 in monitor mode, and keep wlan0 in managed...
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    SC from my google reader. Still trying to...

    SC from my google reader. Still trying to contain the laughter (in a small lecture hall...)

    http://cisco.elwillow.net/pics/d1e3fcc7fec97f4a24a001bbe7d2c81c.png
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    Or even apt-get install vlc =P

    Or even


    apt-get install vlc

    =P
  14. When configuring manually, you have the set your...

    When configuring manually, you have the set your default gateway and dns server.

    default gateway example:


    route add default gw ***.***.***.***


    The output from
    route -n should look...
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    Could I suggest you use gentoo as the example OS?...

    Could I suggest you use gentoo as the example OS? I think its the best way to understand exactly how linux works. It will help them understand what the kernel is and that linux doesn't need an...
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    I'm sorry for the assumptions, but where i study,...

    I'm sorry for the assumptions, but where i study, most of the peoples english is this fractured or worse. I spend every day with it, I guess I'm just so used to it i don't notice it anymore.
    ...
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    I'm not 100% certain, but I think what he's...

    I'm not 100% certain, but I think what he's saying is that with backtrack3 in vmware his wireless card works fine, but not in the backtrack 4 vm.

    Make sure to type

    /etc/init.d/networking start
  18. actually, /etc/init.d/networking start also...

    actually,
    /etc/init.d/networking start also fixes the second problem.

    This card works fine as long as you enable networking.
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    That card works just fine on my laptop, much...

    That card works just fine on my laptop, much better then it did in BT3. The new kernel and the implementation of the new compat-wireless drivers have made this card top notch.
  20. Discussioni: Help! Need Help!

    by thunderwing
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    Please post the output from the following command...

    Please post the output from the following command

    lspci

    Should help us figure out what kind of wireless card you have.

    Next, what kind of encryption does your Router use?

    Third, please...
  21. Discussioni: Intel 4965agn!

    by thunderwing
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    You can only use certain USB wireless cards with...

    You can only use certain USB wireless cards with VM's. Your integrated card is not going to work in virtual box. Also, your wireless card does not work without several tweaks under backtrack 3.
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    I'm not sure if its the same in the VMWare image,...

    I'm not sure if its the same in the VMWare image, but I'm pretty sure networking is disabled by default.

    Try this


    /etc/init.d/networking start
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    People shouldn't be using Backtrack to learn...

    People shouldn't be using Backtrack to learn linux, there are much easier ways. This is a pentesting distro for people who have the need for it. If you find the beta too complicated, go back to the...
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    I've also done this, its great.

    I've also done this, its great.
  25. Discussioni: Wirleless

    by thunderwing
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    lspci would probably give us a good idea of what...

    lspci would probably give us a good idea of what wireless card you're using.

    You just need to type

    lspci
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