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    Default Airpwn with 802.11b card

    Hi,

    I'm using airpwn with an 802.11b WPC11v3 Prism2.5 based card using HostAP drivers.
    Everything (of course) works well to spoof webpages on a b-device (my pocket pc).

    When my target computer is in Ubuntu 8.10 with a 802.11g WiFi adapter (ipw3945) AND a b-client is connected to the unsecured network, i can successfully replace the requested page with a fake one.
    But of course my b card cannot 'read' the g data so all the other packets the 'real' site sends are put in a comment tag, when i check the source code of the page, they are all unreadable characters.

    But the weird thing is, when i boot that same target pc up in Windows XP the trick doesn't work. Airpwn doesn't see data packets, and the page doesn't get changed.

    Why is that? Is it the different drivers? The different OS?
    I would like to find out more about this.

    Rubberducky

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    So, i kinda narrowed it down to the driver being used.
    When i disable my ipw3945 in Ubuntu and insert my rtl8187 based AWUS036H airpwn doesn't see any data packets.
    Any way to get the ap to send packets in b-mode?
    Connect a shitload of b devices?

    Rubberducky

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    Is there an option in the Router to force the Access Point "mode" ?

    Looking at a Netgear DG834G there is an option to force the Router into different wireless modes. B Only, G Only, B & G.

    What is your router brand / model? If you don't mind answering.
    One word : SEARCH

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    No way to force b mode.
    Modes are G-only and mixed.
    Router is DI-524 b4, it's crap.

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    How this question is related to BackTrack.I think you are just using Ubuntu & XP? aren't you?

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    That's why i posted in Wireless and not in Backtrack.

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    Doesn't matter whether posted in BackTrack or wireless section.the wireless section also intended for wireless related issues in Backtrack & not for ubuntu or XP.you should ask this question in Ubuntu or XP Forums.there are plenty of them.there is nothing to do this with Back|Track.this is the reason that still no senior member have paid attention to this post.

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