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Thread: Strange WPA issue with airodump?

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    Default Strange WPA issue with airodump?

    Hi there...I have a strange issue...maybe it's using RADIUS but..for some reason I see a wireless network with WPA as the encryption type, and WEP as the cipher, and OPN as auth....is this radius or what? Also no ARP traffic is generated when I deauth a client unlike most wep networks...I thought WPA offered only CCMP or TKIP?

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    Did you try another scanner (like kismet) with the same results?
    Be sensitive in choosing where you ask your question. You are likely to be ignored, or written off as a loser, if you:

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    Quote Originally Posted by VeN0mizer View Post
    Hi there...I have a strange issue...maybe it's using RADIUS but..for some reason I see a wireless network with WPA as the encryption type, and WEP as the cipher, and OPN as auth....is this radius or what? Also no ARP traffic is generated when I deauth a client unlike most wep networks...I thought WPA offered only CCMP or TKIP?

    Thanks
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    For the sake of learning, sometimes unpopular methods must be utilized. (Does the term "Lab rats" ring a bell?) I've only went this far with this network as it caught my eye due to the WPA/WEP cipher methods, I have no malicious intent, not to mention a few deauth packets are not even noticeable, even when data is actively flowing to the client. Now, back to the question....I've only used kismet as my other scanner, though I do not remember what it showed...I'll check and get back with you...Thanks again...

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