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    Default Re: My first written Wireless attack tutorial

    Quote Originally Posted by Miasara666 View Post
    Hello guys,

    I've a problem when running BTr2..
    1)when i executed wash command which is wash -i mon0...i received this message "Found Packet with bad FCS, Skipping"... why is that happened?to get the bssid i can only use airodump-ng mon0...
    Code:
    wash -i mon0 -C
    read wash -h and you will find this option..

    copied from wash help file:

    -C, --ignore-fcs Ignore frame checksum errors

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    Default Re: My first written Wireless attack tutorial

    Quote Originally Posted by strakar View Post
    Thank you johanpro, im glad you like. Well, in a way it is good because it makes dificult someone to get inside our network. In my network i use Hidden SSID, WPS disabled, WPA2 and with a good password.
    double post..sorry
    Last edited by johanpro; 07-16-2012 at 10:19 AM. Reason: double post

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    Default Re: My first written Wireless attack tutorial

    Quote Originally Posted by strakar View Post
    Thank you johanpro, im glad you like. Well, in a way it is good because it makes dificult someone to get inside our network. In my network i use Hidden SSID, WPS disabled, WPA2 and with a good password.
    i agree with your set up..
    same here
    wps disable , wpa/wpa2 mixed mode
    i do not hide the essid but i have mac filtering enable

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    Default Re: My first written Wireless attack tutorial

    I am just curious doing what you just said does that mean someone can't get into your network still?

    Quote Originally Posted by strakar View Post
    Thank you johanpro, im glad you like. Well, in a way it is good because it makes dificult someone to get inside our network. In my network i use Hidden SSID, WPS disabled, WPA2 and with a good password.

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    Question Re: My first written Wireless attack tutorial

    Thanks very much for the document. Very well laid out and clearly presented information.

    I have a quick question that is not answered in the document, nor have I been able to find the info on google or searching forums:

    What needs to be done to determine a WEP network's 'username' (i.e., when prompted to enter username & password).

    Is that information possible to obtain using backtrack, or is a WEP network considered 'secure' if it is set up to prompt all connecting terminals for a 'username' and a password?

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    Default Re: My first written Wireless attack tutorial

    Thanks for you feedback. When you say username don't you wanna talk about WPA2-Enterprise?

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    Default Re: My first written Wireless attack tutorial

    this has been extremely helpful to me thanks a lot strakar...

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    Default Re: My first written Wireless attack tutorial

    Thanks alot - very nice tutorial, esp. when you're new to wireless pentesting.

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