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    Question Sidejacking on wep networks?

    I was wondering if it's possible to run a sidejacking session on a wep encrypted network for which I already have the key. So far the only way I've found was to run a capture session, then decrypt the captured packets and have ferret read them. What I want to know is if there's a way to actually decrypt the packets as they're captured so that it runs like a normal sidejacking session.

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    Default Re: Sidejacking on wep networks?

    I think airtun-ng is what you're looking for.

    Don't forget to start the tun driver by typing: modprobe tun before you start.

    usage: airtun-ng -a <AP BSSID> -w <key> <interface i.e. ath0, mon0 etc.>

    This will create an interface called at0.

    Leave the command shell open and open a second one

    usage: ifconfig at0 up

    Then fire up Wireshark and start capture on this new interface and voila, you should be able to read the traffic on that AP in realtime.
    Last edited by hypervista; 03-17-2010 at 03:42 PM.

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