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    Default WEP cracking help

    Hi all, I have a problem I would like some help with.

    I have successfully associated myself with the AP I'm attempting to crack, And once I issue:
    Code:
    sudo aireplay-ng -3 -b AP_MAC -h MY_MAC -x 100 eth1
    I get the following:
    Waiting for beacon frame(BSSID: AP_MAC) on channle 6
    Saving ARP requests in replay-arp-0328-194537.cap
    You should also start airodump-ng to capture replies
    read 44976 packets (got 0 ARP requests and 0 ACKs) sent 0 packets...(0 pps)
    I have run airodump-ng to capture the replies as it suggested. But I'm concercned with the fact that it is not sending any packets. Could someone tell me what I am doing wrong? And also how to fix it?

    Thanks in advance for any help.

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    Dude, search!

    Xploitz has been kind enough to provide the community with tutorials, some of which covers this subject extensively.

    Start here: http://forums.remote-exploit.org/showthread.php?t=9063

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    First of all thank you for the reply.

    I have searched(google, I figured anything related to what i want would show up in the results seeing as this is a popular website, and i did an inurl: search)

    That video tell's me nothing I didnt already know, I did watch though. I have successfully done everything there, and when it gets to the same point(at about 1:05 in the film), It doesn't send any packets.

    I am still looking for some help here, if anyone could offer some advice I would be grateful.

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    What wireless card are you using? What chipset?

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    It is a broadcom 4311. Injection is working, tested with -9.

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    Dont lock your wireless interface on specific channel using airmon-ng

    just use airmon-ng start your-interface

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    Is this your network? Sounds like MAC address filtering is in play here...

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    Sorry for the late reply, Yes it is my network and MAC filtering is not the cause.
    Thanks for the help so far, I'm still looking for the cause/solution. Thanks.

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    spoonwep...thats all u need

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    Quote Originally Posted by artil View Post
    It is a broadcom 4311. Injection is working, tested with -9.
    Even with packet injection working Broadcom is still a bad choice.
    Just a thought though. Is there any traffic running thru the the AP?

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