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    Hi
    How can i find the encryption of the access point?(Which prg can i use?)

    Especialy for mac address filtering.Any tutorial about how to bypass this?

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by ASTRAPI View Post
    Especialy for mac address filtering.Any tutorial about how to bypass this?
    Mac address filtering is easy to bypass, just wait for a valid client to connect then you'll have a record of their MAC. Google is your friend for tutorials.

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    Ok i found some info about mac filtering but my problem is how can i know the encryption of the acceess point?

    The most prgs detects only wep or maybe wpa nothing about mac filtering.

    Thanks

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    You are referring to two different things here as MAC filtering is not encryption, it is simply an access control list.

    Quote Originally Posted by ASTRAPI View Post
    Ok i found some info about mac filtering but my problem is how can i know the encryption of the acceess point?
    Both Kismet & Airodump-ng will report what type of encryption is being used on an AP. (WEP WPA (TKIP)), etc.

    The most prgs detects only wep or maybe wpa nothing about mac filtering.
    The only way to determine if MAC filtering is on would be if you were unable to associate with the AP and it assign you an IP (dhcp), or your own static IP, when trying to associate with valid credentials. (ie: the WEP key, WPA passphrase)

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    -sc0tch

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    Ok thanks.

    What other security options we have now?Are they all crackable?

    I know only wep,wpa,mac filtering.

    Thanks

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