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    Default New version of wicrawl released

    Released last week at DEFCON; available as .lzm here.
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    Thanks for the update I had forgot about the module.

    Still lots of errors for me, easier to just do the commands manually.
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    I had already posted about this, back on the 5th:

    http://forums.remote-exploit.org/showthread.php?t=7893

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    nice they give us a precompiled version in a lzm module !!!
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    And they are going to post a new ISO of BT2 with the updated wicrawl in it!

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    I'd rather just add the .lzm instead of burning a whole new .iso but that's me. I'm with prarie fire I can't ever get it to work right and I can do the commands manually just as fast.

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    I can't get it to work either. Think I read somewhere that it has problems with the rt73 drivers and putting them into Monitor mode

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