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    Question airdriver-ng and airserv-ng ....need help

    does anybody got any infos on these new tools in 1.0 dev ?....

    i find this in the timeline of Aircrack-ng

    Code:
    00:52 Changeset [463] by hirte Added airdriver-ng. 
    First version of the bash script,
    it can list several kinds of drivers and if they are in the kernel,
    installed and/or even loaded.
    It can load/unload and remove drivers. 
    Installation of patched drivers will be added soon.
    Its easy to add new drivers.
    i think i will have to Reverse Enginneering it, if i want to understand it right now because there's nothing on aircrack-ng website .... nor on their forum...so if nobody knows, i will reverse it i think...in order to write an analysis of this new tool....

    im also trying to understand airserv-ng but i didn't manage yet to distribute the replaying and cracking process over my differents pcs in my lan...
    Does anybody know what i need to do...because infos are really short about this new tool too...
    Watch your back, your packetz will belong to me soon... xD

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    misterx says me that there's no other info......
    the info on aircrack-ng is only for using it.......i want to understand how it works....so i will have to reverse the code.....

    will feedback here when done...........
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    so airdriver-ng could be used like this


    Code:
    airdriver-ng supported;airdriver-ng installed;airdriver-ng kernel;airdriver-ng loaded;
     Following drivers are supported:
    0. ACX100/111
    1. Broadcom 4300
    2. HostAP
    3. Intel Pro Wireless 2100 B
    4. Intel Pro Wireless 2200 B/G
    5. Intel Pro Wireless 3945 A/B/G
    6. Madwifi[-ng]
    7. Prism54
    8. Realtek rtl8180
    9. Realtek rtl8187
    10. Ralink rt2500
    11. Ralink rt2570
    12. Ralink rt61
    13. Ralink rt73
    14. WLAN-NG
    15. ZyDAS 1211
    16. ZyDAS 1211rw
     Found following drivers installed:
    1. Broadcom 4300
    2. HostAP
    3. Intel Pro Wireless 2100 B
    4. Intel Pro Wireless 2200 B/G
    5. Intel Pro Wireless 3945 A/B/G
    6. Madwifi[-ng]
    7. Prism54
    9. Realtek rtl8187
    10. Ralink rt2500
    11. Ralink rt2570
    12. Ralink rt61
    13. Ralink rt73
    16. ZyDAS 1211rw
     Found following drivers in the Kernel:
    Found following drivers loaded (as module):
    1. Broadcom 4300
    13. Ralink rt73

    i put 4 commands togather to have a one shot command listing me supported installed and loaded driver....useful when you want to be sure of what driver you use and if it's supported....

    i think could be cool to script that in a single line text file, past it in /usr/bin to have access to driver control command easily...

    see u
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