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    Lightbulb less ARP from big amount of packets

    is it normal? my friends said to me that he gets 10-15 arps from at least 2-3k of packets? sorry for the bad photo :




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    if it matters the wifi card is intel 5100
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    Default Re: less ARP from big amount of packets

    what exactly do you want to do with the arp packets? if you a looking to inject them in order go after wep you only need to cap one and play it back. it looks like you are capping arps so you can use them in a fragment -forge attack, once again you shouldn't need too many.
    arp packets give you an idea of a networks layout and the basis for injection, but alone they really arent that important, what you want is authentication packets.
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    Default Re: less ARP from big amount of packets

    fragment -forge is 4 or 5. hes doing an arp replay. but it still should work with only one.
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    Default Re: less ARP from big amount of packets

    yes i am doing arp replay to try to crack after that the wep key of the network

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