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    Default Bridging a rogue AP and a cpnnection to internet ; possible ?

    Hi.

    The over day I played with karmetasploit, which works great (I was able to collect every cookies that was saved on my desktop pc )
    But now I've had an idea that I'm not able to do on my own : provided you've got two wifi card, one connected to an AP and getting Internet right, and another which acts as a rogue AP, is there any way to bridge the two cards so that the client of the rogue AP could have Internet ? I've tested this with ettercap and bridged sniffing, but there are some settings that must be done in order to work. (I used at0 as first interface and wlan0 (connected to Internet) as second interface)


    Thanks for help guys

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    Hi alan-smithee

    Of course you can give internet access to the clients of your rogue ap, if your netwok have an internet connection. When a client connect to your rogue, if the rogue ap's dhcp server gives him corrects ip & dns addresses, your client will have a full internet access, until you play him some mitm attack

    So, if someone can connect but have no internet access, the problem must be somewhere in your rogue dhcp dns configuration I think...
    --~ Internet is in the air we are breathing, so it should be free for everyone. We'll get there, just wait and see... ~--

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    Does it work for you ?
    If the client gets an internet access, then each pages he'd load, every cookies will be gathered no ? Consequently, the access time would be greater.

    (I work on it using wpa2)

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    What worked for me was giving rogue clients internet access, and redirecting some url with dnsspoof. The clients were browsing the web with no problem, but when they wanted to visit a specific website, they were in fact visiting my server...

    I didn't try Karmetasploit yet, but I think the reason why your rogue doesn't give internet access is because your ip & dns settings in your dhcpd.conf file doesn't match your network settings. Modify this configuration using your network ip addresses, netmask and dns and it should wok fine.
    --~ Internet is in the air we are breathing, so it should be free for everyone. We'll get there, just wait and see... ~--

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