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    Exclamation Sniff wireless traffic "After you have key"

    Hey

    I have been trying to figure this out now for awhile, I already have the key and logged into wireless network, I want a program to sniff packets to read data etc. I know wireshark does it well but I cant get it to read my card, it just doesnt show up

    I have the Intel 4965AGN WiFI card

    Anyone have any ideas? or alternatives?

    Also I rather the programs to work on windows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by texstorm View Post
    Hey
    I have been trying to figure this out now for awhile, I already have the key and logged into wireless network, I want a program to sniff packets to read data etc. I know wireshark does it well but I cant get it to read my card, it just doesnt show up
    I have the Intel 4965AGN WiFI card
    Anyone have any ideas? or alternatives?
    Also I rather the programs to work on windows.
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    Is it your network? Sounds like its not. You obviously havent bothred to search the site for many of the great tutorials that people have taken the time to write.
    This forum is for Backtrack(Linux) not windows

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    Well for linux then is fine to.. Any programs for that? And it is my network.. I am doing it for security purposes only.

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    Quote Originally Posted by texstorm View Post
    Well for linux then is fine to.. Any programs for that? And it is my network.. I am doing it for security purposes only.
    You're posting in the BT4 forums if there are any programs for sniffing packets?

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    Also I rather the programs to work on windows.[/QUOTE]


    search "cain and abel" in google its pretty easy to use. what your wanting is called "MITM". pm me for further info as this is a backtrack forum. thank you for your time.

    "I wonder how many of the new metasploit head's where thinking hey i can exploit that, a lil social engineering here a little ip there"
    But just in case you didn't know that program has known and released exploits. remember to be carefull.

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