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    Default Airodump save ssid's

    Ok,

    Here's my question. Is anyway for to save ssid's in Airodump when they are retrieved.

    I mean when I enter "airodump-ng rausb0" is there a way to save the in in coming Information in a text file.

    Thanks in advance,

    Understand

    Ps. If you don't quite get what i mean i would be happy to elabourate

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    Quote Originally Posted by Understand View Post
    Ok,

    Here's my question. Is anyway for to save ssid's in Airodump when they are retrieved.

    I mean when I enter "airodump-ng rausb0" is there a way to save the in in coming Information in a text file.

    Thanks in advance,

    Understand

    Ps. If you don't quite get what i mean i would be happy to elabourate
    Not familiar with the airodump-ng help page, eh?
    "\x74\x68\x65\x70\x72\x65\x7a\x39\x38";

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    Yes I am aware of aircrack-ng.org but the problem is everytime I try and reach that particular website it just seems to refuse to open.

    Don't ask me why cause it seems that every wbesite has no trouble

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    Look in the folder where you started airodump from (most probably root) and if you have started airodump with the option to write an output file, you will find two files named after the name you set for the output. The one with a .txt extension will contain the info you are after, the other contains the dump data.

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    Thanks alot for your replies still havn't managed to actually get on aircrack-ng.org.

    A thing for me to remember in the future --help is me friend.

    for anyone that cares or is using the search feture(doubtful) and finds this the solution is

    airodump --write info ath0

    and the gathered information is saved in root.

    Thanks for your help guys.

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    Isn't that what I said 1 post before, except I gave more info.

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    No, not really.

    This file were stored where you said they would be but I had no idea what command to use so I posted it.

    As I had stated in the previous post airmon-ng.org wasn't loading and still isn't i suspect my ISP has some kind of routing problem.

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