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    I think that it all boils down to the windows 7 implementation of 802.11 standard particulary dealing with the security. Afaik data packets are fully protected against the spoofing , repolay and injection , but regards control and management frames
    Did quick search and found that 802.11w amendment protects management frames against the spoofing attacks.Now we need to know if this amendment is already implemented in some AP and in win7.
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    Did quick search and i have found that new amendment 802.11w protects management frames against the spoofing attacks.Now the right question is does any AP firmware implement 802.11w amendment?.
    Regarding your question about the commands you have to use aireplay-ng.
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    sorry double post
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    windows 7 must not be fully "protected" because I have no problem deauthing my windows 7 desktop from my wireless router using aireplay-ng.

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    windows 7 must not be fully "protected" because I have no problem deauthing my windows 7 desktop from my wireless router using aireplay-ng.
    Only if 802.11w was not implemented.
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    that may be the case, all I'm saying is I've never had a problem deauthing a windows 7 client.

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    that may be the case, all I'm saying is I've never had a problem deauthing a windows 7 client.
    As i have said it is all left to the vendor's implementation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by iliyapolak View Post
    As i have said it is all left to the vendor's implementation.
    Maybe you could elaborate on that. You're saying the implementation of the tcp/ip stack is diferent on my copy of windows 7 then it would be on someone elses copy of windows 7? Maybe I can learn something new here.

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    Maybe you could elaborate on that. You're saying the implementation of the tcp/ip stack is diferent on my copy of windows 7 then it would be on someone elses copy of windows 7? Maybe I can learn something new here.
    I was talking about the adding NEW FEATURES LIKE A 802.11W into windows7 network stack and it is called vendor implementation.
    You simply misunderstood me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by freemyggle View Post
    Because I did not go to college, I am learning pentest grassroots style, i.e. on my own in my spare time.
    I'm with u too dude, feel free to contact me n we can share information.
    Take it easy.

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