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    testing port scanners on a large scale - legally

    Is anyone familiar with the specific laws (in the US) regarding port scanning?

    I'm very interested in testing the speed and accuracy of different port scanners on different operating systems. I...
  2. Discussioni: ninja infos ?

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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ninja ...

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ninja

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pirate
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    :rolleyes: The endless microsoft bashing is...

    :rolleyes:

    The endless microsoft bashing is getting juvenile. We got it already. I'm sure you can find a good irc channel full of linux zealots and "microsuck" haters that would love to talk about...
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    Nope, never been "busted." Never been arrested....

    Nope, never been "busted." Never been arrested. Been harassed, but I'm a good boy so it didn't escalate into anything. Don't make such quick judgements.

    ugh... but did I get carried away and used...
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    I don't see what this has to do with Microsoft or...

    I don't see what this has to do with Microsoft or Bill Gates... sounds like you're complaining about the police. They love to harass people, in every state. They probably felt significant thinking...
  6. Discussioni: Just double checking

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    I use the ubiquiti card in my laptop both for...

    I use the ubiquiti card in my laptop both for research (in my own lab) and professional penetration testing. I've had good results with it so far, but its the only card I've used for wireless pen...
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    Poll: I'd much rather see Gnome as the default...But...

    I'd much rather see Gnome as the default...But I've never liked KDE - the way it looks, feels, performs. Not to mention a lot of people are getting more used to Gnome as its the default WM for many...
  8. Discussioni: PTW attack and IVs

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    Nope, this is not my AP. Believe it or not, some...

    Nope, this is not my AP. Believe it or not, some people do penetration testing professionally, and Backtrack is a great tool for that as well.

    But sure, I'll explain how this works. This client is...
  9. Discussioni: PTW attack and IVs

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    I gave you all the commands I ran, the exact...

    I gave you all the commands I ran, the exact version of aircrack I was running... you didn't ask specifically for anything else, just kept telling me how I'm not giving enough information.

    what...
  10. Discussioni: PTW attack and IVs

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    A simple "I don't know why that's happening"...

    A simple "I don't know why that's happening" would have sufficed, rather than criticizing the way I chose to install aircrack and going off on a tangent.
  11. Discussioni: PTW attack and IVs

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    Because I didn't install it, I'm running the live...

    Because I didn't install it, I'm running the live cd. One command to use the dev version seemed easier enough to me.

    I'm really not sure what you are trying to tell me? What other information...
  12. Discussioni: PTW attack and IVs

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    Sure. I am using the dev version of...

    Sure.

    I am using the dev version of aircrack-ng 1.0.dev.svn.653 that I downloaded here: slax.org/modules.php?id=1015
    Converted it to an LZM and loaded into backtrack using uselivemod

    Capturing...
  13. Discussioni: PTW attack and IVs

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    PTW attack and IVs

    I've been trying out the new PTW attack and so far have had very good success - cracking 128-bit with as little as 45,000 keys.

    Yesterday though I encountered an key that would not be cracked with...
  14. Sticky: Great tutorial. I used the technique today and it...

    Great tutorial. I used the technique today and it worked great on an AP with no clients.

    Just a note, if the AP has MAC filtering, this won't work unless you know a MAC that is on the list. A...
  15. Discussioni: BT Using Vmware

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    I've run backtrack (and auditor as well) in...

    I've run backtrack (and auditor as well) in vmware for a long time.

    I'm not aware that VMware even attempts to virtualize your wireless hardware, and even if it did would the drivers work on top...
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    does or does not?

    does or does not?
  17. Discussioni: Which Linux Flavor

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    If Backtrack has the appropriate drivers for your...

    If Backtrack has the appropriate drivers for your card, when you boot up they should be configured and ready to go. At least this was the case with my Ubiquiti card. Kismet and the rest of the...
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    Thanks again for the help. Today I used PTW...

    Thanks again for the help.

    Today I used PTW and cracked the key with about 45000 IVs. I was unable to get any better injection speed (20 per second max), after trying many locations around the...
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    Thanks guys. I will try aircrack-ptw against the...

    Thanks guys. I will try aircrack-ptw against the IVs (I saved them on a usb drive) and see if I did indeed get enough to crack it. Some documentation for aircrack-ng was saying at least 400k could be...
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    Nope. Unless the scope of the particular test is...

    Nope. Unless the scope of the particular test is very large (such as a complex internal network), it is treated mostly as a black-box test where I am only given an address and told there may be...
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    Actually it's a client to which I am contracted....

    Actually it's a client to which I am contracted. The wireless penetration test is ultimately part of a vulnerability assessment included under their yearly Sarbanes Oxley audit whereby an IT control...
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    There are access points that are nothing but...

    There are access points that are nothing but radios. A lot of enterprise implementations will use multiple access points that connect to only one router, especially in larger buildings where one AP...
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    How do you speed up packet injection?

    What are some of the bottlenecks of arp packet injection using aireplay? I was recently at a client site performing a wireless security assessment, and could not get more than 20 packets per second,...
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