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    Default Capture package problem

    Hy.

    I just start using backtrack, every thing ok. I must say this is the first time I use Linux.

    What I want to do is to learn how to crack/ test a WAP2 wireless network

    Here is what I do:

    1) lunch a terminal

    2) airmon-ng --> I get a wlan0

    3)airmon-ng start wla0 --> get it on monitoring mode

    4)airodump-ng mon0 --> search all teh network (around 17-18)

    5) First of all what I think is not ok is that in the "#Data" column I have only 0 and this after 2 min. Ok let go further

    6)airodump-ng -c 6 -w wapcrack --bssid AA:BB:CCD:FF --iws mon0 --> All look ok but stiill nothing in the "#Data" column, more than that no station appear. I try to capture package on a unsecure network, I connecte to it from one of my laptop, make trafic and still nothing - no stion appear, no data movement

    7)aireplay-ng -0 1 -a 00:19:5B:52:AD:F7 -c 00:1C:BF:90:5B:A3 mon0

    I must tell you that I have a wireless -> Broadcom 4313 802.11b/g/n and a Intel 8257LC Gigabit network connection

    I try to read all I can in this problem but still no answear.

    So? what you thing I should do? Please keep in mind that is the first time I usi this.

    Thank you,

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    Default Re: Capture package problem

    Man I ve got the same problem did you found anything yet???

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    Default Re: Capture package problem

    Well, although it's not really an answer to your question, if you're new to Linux & trying to use BackTrack, you're in for a very tough road! I strongly suggest getting more familiar with Linux before diving into BT. I don't mean to sound insulting, but how are your networking skills? Do you understand things like TCP/IP, ARP, DNS, DHCP? Do you understand wireless LAN concepts like CTS/RTS flooding, beacons, WPA handshake, etc?

    All that stuff being said, are you sure your wireless card is going into monitor mode ok? Lots of folks (including me) have had trouble with Broadcom chipsets. Have a look at the BT wiki, and hardware compatibility list forums...those areas may help, too.
    If I could figure out how to scuba dive & hack at the same time, there would be nothing I couldn't do...

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