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    Default Newbie WPA question? Please Help!

    Hi guys I am trying to crack WPA.

    I put my card into monitor mode then...

    I run airodump-ng

    I see all ap's THEIR BSSID'S ETC.

    On the bottom I see some Bssid's and to the right of them under station I see what looks like mac addresses for clients connected to those aps.

    1. Am I understanding this right?

    Please help me understand this.

    Some time I see Not associated on the left of the station.

    2. Does this mean that client is not connected to that AP?

    Thank you for your help!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodbrazil1973 View Post
    Hi guys I am trying to crack WPA.

    I put my card into monitor mode then...

    I run airodump-ng

    I see all ap's THEIR BSSID'S ETC.

    On the bottom I see some Bssid's and to the right of them under station I see what looks like mac addresses for clients connected to those aps.

    1. Am I understanding this right?

    Please help me understand this.

    Some time I see Not associated on the left of the station.

    2. Does this mean that client is not connected to that AP?

    Thank you for your help!!!!
    *sigh* When are these people going to learn my friends....when?



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    Not associated usually = not connected :0
    This is a hackers forum :P
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    Tx for that. Sometimes little things get in our way.I am trying to learn more but the right information according to the situation we are in is hard to find. Tx! If anyone can point me to a good clear tutorial or guide I would appreciate it . Tx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodbrazil1973 View Post
    Tx for that. Sometimes little things get in our way.I am trying to learn more but the right information according to the situation we are in is hard to find. Tx! If anyone can point me to a good clear tutorial or guide I would appreciate it . Tx
    I think this is the link you are looking for.
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    nicely put Tron
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    Quote Originally Posted by ShadowKill View Post
    *sigh* When are these people going to learn my friends....when?
    Me thinks what shadow was trying to say was DOES THIS SOUND LIKE SOMEONE TESTING HIS OWN NETWORK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by killadaninja View Post
    Me thinks what shadow was trying to say was DOES THIS SOUND LIKE SOMEONE TESTING HIS OWN NETWORK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Does it really matter in this instance? He is simply firing up airodump-ng and trying to get a hang of how to read and interpret the output.

    EDIT:
    Didn't notice the first line where he states that he is trying to crack WPA. So my mistake if he is planning to conduct the actual testing on an advice he does not have the permission to use.
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    Quote Originally Posted by =Tron= View Post
    Does it really matter in this instance? He is simply firing up airodump-ng and trying to get a hang of how to read and interpret the output.
    Do I think it matters, NO. If you read the first line of his sentance tron it states "i am trying to crack wpa". I personally dont really care, but some may
    Sometimes I try to fit a 16-character string into an 8–byte space, on purpose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by killadaninja View Post
    Do I think it matters, NO. If you read the first line of his sentance tron it states "i am trying to crack wpa". I personally dont really care, but some may
    Yes I noticed that line right after posting and edited my post to reflect this. Looks like I beat you by one minute.
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