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    Default Zydas 1211 chipset / WZ-2154 USB adapter

    I currently have a SMCWUSB-G usb adapter with a Zydas 1211 chipset, which does not work at all in Backtrack3, and works in BT4 beta, but doesn't inject in aireplay.

    I am thinking of buying this:
    http://ayagroup.com/product.php?productid=16758

    It also has a Zydas 1211 chipset. Remote-Exploit's hardware compatibility list seems to say mixed things about this chipset. Based on your experienced with Zydas 1211, should I risk my money on this, or should I try and find a device with a more reliable chipset?

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    I got a hawking USB (bundled with a wifi router) and this little HWU54G does work with injection. Cool thing is that with bt4 my builtin 4965AGN also works. Basicly i can surf the net and look up stuff while actually collecting on the other wifi card. Tried doing my own WEP testrouter. ( Constantly opening and loading youtube videos really is great for this )

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    Quote Originally Posted by secure_it View Post
    Check with this thread.
    http://forums.remote-exploit.org/showthread.php?t=20998
    Thanks, but like I said, injection doesn't seem to be supported on BT4 either. It's strange, because everything works perfectly on my self-patched Ubuntu zd1211rw driver.

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