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    Default identifying hidden/unnamed networks?

    Hi,

    So far I have searched over and over again for the process in which to attain a essid for a network that is listed as un-named. Any help would be appriciated.. using bt3, semi-n00b. I was thinking airodump-ng would be the route.. help please.

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    Airodump or Kismet. Usually an un-named network is due to it not broadcasting SSID and not having any clients. If you wait for a client to connect, you should find the SSID.

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    And if you're feeling adventurous and patient you could try out the mdk3 mode of bruteforcing or dictionary testing of the essid..

    http://blip.tv/file/1839880

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