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    Default Keep getting Sending Auth request (0pen system)

    Ive tried Multiple things

    (of course checked on the Wireless card drivers)

    used 3 different laptops (bootable USB drive 8gb)

    its installed.

    ive ran though all the commands Multiple sites..

    i went into 2 different routers (My familys) went in the router the mac filter isnt turned on ( i even did the macchanger of not my mac and a mac of what i see..

    i dont know if im doing something wrong i went to multiple sites on the Fake auth stage haha ....


    Sending Auth request (0pen system)
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    Sending Auth request (0pen system)


    ive checked all the stuff on what the fix says at the bottom....

    bt4 Pre_final anyone know of any issue like that on this load....


    Thanks

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    What command are you using to send the Deauth?
    "If it's stupid but works, it's not stupid." - Murphy's Laws of combat, #2

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    Quote Originally Posted by zWiReDz View Post
    What command are you using to send the Deauth?
    What??? Re-read ritztech's post...

    Quote Originally Posted by ritztech View Post
    i dont know if im doing something wrong i went to multiple sites on the Fake auth stage haha ....

    Sending Auth request (0pen system)
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    @ritztech: are you using the internal chipsets of the 3 laptops or a usb wireless device? What is(are) the chipset(s).

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    My b.. Lol. Anyways.. If you're using an internal chipset most likely injection won't be compatible.. My suggestion is make sure you are using a external USB dongle to inject your Deauth packet, then see if that works
    "If it's stupid but works, it's not stupid." - Murphy's Laws of combat, #2

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    Quote Originally Posted by zWiReDz View Post
    My b.. Lol. Anyways.. If you're using an internal chipset most likely injection won't be compatible.. My suggestion is make sure you are using a external USB dongle to inject your Deauth packet, then see if that works
    Not entirely true. It depends on the laptops he used.

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    True. But most laptops I have come acrossed (this is just my experience) come with broadcom cards. Not saying yours have said cards, but I guess we will find out once he posts his chipsets ya? Lol.
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    @ zWiReDz
    You really should try to check the info you're giving out. It's nice that you're trying to help (and appreciated, and welcome...) but you should put in some more effort. Otherwise you'll be sending people in wrong directions. There could be many reasons why the OP isn't able to authenticate to the router and saying that he's not able to inject without knowing the chipset (or chipsets) he is using is just premature.

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    We need to know the commands and the cards you are using to help you.
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    on all of the laptops i did like a Self injection test (test if my card supported injection)

    and then on 2 of the laptops (internal wifi cards)

    first one was an intel 4965AGN

    i checked the 2nd latop Broadcom BCM4311

    didnt check the third (dell internal wifi)

    but seems to get the same on all 3


    also did a macchanger of mine to someones on the router if that changed anything


    now that you say that i never Deauth just

    aireplay-ng -1 0 -a aa:aa: -e testing wlan0

    but this is mostly what i use....
    aireplay-ng --fakeauth 0 -a 00:14:BF:89:9C3 -e Testing wlan0




    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by ritztech View Post
    on all of the laptops i did like a Self injection test (test if my card supported injection)
    Could you show us what command did you used to test injection?

    intel 4965AGN, accordingly to aircrack sites, it's under development, so i doubt it has injection capabilities.

    Broadcom BCM4311 seems to inject ok, but i don't know if the backtrack drivers are already patched. You'll have to test injection on that.

    Do you have a usb wifi adapter? If you could post the injection test output of your two cards, it would be easier to determine the problem.

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    also did a macchanger of mine to someones on the router if that changed anything
    Who's, if you don't mind me asking?
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