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    Default Aircrack-ng suite problem BT4 PR

    Hi

    I have a small problem with getting aircrack-ng suite to work.
    I dont know if it is a problem with me not getting it right or
    if its a problem on BT4 side or Aircracks side. But here you have
    the information.

    I am running BT4 PR on an Acer Asprire 3000 series
    with the BCM4318 Broadcom Wireless Card.
    I think that its already pachted and having the
    firmware ready but i could be wrong.

    I use these commands.
    Code:
    1. airmon-ng start wlan0
    Interface	Chipset		Driver
    
    wlan0		Broadcom	b43 - [phy0]
    				(monitor mode enabled on mon0)
    
    2. airodump-ng -w <wep> -c <channel> --bssid <bssid> <interface>
    3. aireplay-ng -1 0 -a <bssid> <interface>	
    or aireplay-ng -1 6000 -o 1 -q 10 -e <essid> -a <bssid> -h <my card mac> <interface>
    4. aireplay-ng -3 -b <bssid> <interface>
    When i run command 4 it sudenlly stops and dosent do anything else.
    Some times i get about 13-45 IVS but thats if i am lucky.

    I will be happy to provide any more info if theres anything you wonder about
    if i can.

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    Whats the make of the router?
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    Quote Originally Posted by #mfBaranian# View Post
    Whats the make of the router?
    With the make of the router do you mean the Airodump-ng information?
    Or what type it is?

    I cant give any more info tonight becuse i am not home atm,
    but if you want the airodump-ng info i can post it when i get back
    home.

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    No. I'm talking about the make and the model of the router (it's written on it), not the name of the network airodump-ng gives you.
    Different routers need different approaches (some of them don't drop packets).
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    Okay then i understand you.
    Its a Dlink DI-524 wireless router.

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    When you run command no 3. does it say it has successfully authenticated?

    Also, log into the router setup and see if the mac address filter is enabled.
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    Yes it does say that when i run command 3

    Mac filtering is disabled so thats not a problem.
    Thoereticly if it is enabled
    do one have to spoof a mac or is there a other way of
    doing that?

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    Ok. First I must apologize for all the questions and no info. I was just making sure you are testing on your own equipment (otherwise in the spirit of this forum I would not help you). So please accept my apologies.

    Now. The commands you've used are correct. You would want to check if your adapter (bcm4318) is injection capable. (Use aireplay-ng -9 to test).
    BT4PF uses a b43 driver for broadcom cards and 4318 should be included but you should test never the less.

    If mac address filter was on you would have to spoof your address to one of the allowed mac's and deauthenticate that client from the router.

    WEP cracking is nothing new. Although it's still popular for everyone who starts using BT, there are far more interesting and advanced things you can do with it.

    So read a lot, search a lot, be smart and ask questions when you've exhausted all other sources of information (that way you'll show that you don't want to be spoonfed and also will have the background to fully understand the answers you're given), regard the forum rules and use your own equipment for testing.

    I welcome you to the forum and wish you a pleasant stay.

    Post back when you test your card.
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    No worries i know that it is a big problem with kids wanting to crack others networks and so on.

    Anyways i tried and injection works, but i wasent able to get it working, but my other OS crashed some
    and i had to format my computer and now it works. I guess there was some error when i installed BT4 PR.

    Okay but how do i spoof mon0? ( i assume you mean that i have to use macchanger and use that mac right?)

    I know BT4 is just more than Wep cracking and i will try and learn more but you got to start someware.
    I try and read my way trough but sometimes its just not enought.

    And thanks it is plesant alredy

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    Correct. You use macchanger.

    1. your interface must be down > ifconfig <interface> down
    2. When using an interface that uses a driver which creates VAP's for monitor mode (e.g. wlan0>mon0 - b43 (mac80211), madwifi-ng, ...) you need to spoof the original (parent) interface before creating a VAP (macchanger --mac 00:11:22:33:44:55 wlan0)
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