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    Default Recommended wireless usb adapters

    Hello,

    Can anyone recommend a usb wireless card for completing the wifu training course.

    The wireless adapter Netgear WN111v2 USB I haven't been able to find, and on netgear's website they don't advertise that one anymore.

    I could purchase another usb adapter but I am concerned that they might not support injection or monitor mode.

    I will be running backtrack as a guest OS in virtualbox. The host being Fedora17.

    I am only interested in the netgear as their usb's are very compact in size and easy to carry around, or another make that is of the same size.

    Many thanks for any suggestions,

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    Default Re: Recommended wireless usb adapters

    ant2009 for a wireless usb adapter try if you want TP-Link TL-WN722NC or TL-WN722N
    with atheros chipset and pass all the attack for wep and wpa .
    it is not netgear but the size is small too.
    hope i help you

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    Default Re: Recommended wireless usb adapters

    Alfa Network AWUS036H or AWUS036NH. The NH supports 802.11n, but some report it's slightly less stable. I got the AWUS036H through Rokland.com for under $30 USD with free shipping.

    It has everything: rtl8187 chipset supported out-of-the-box on BT5, supports RFMON and injection, nice long USB cable, RP-SMA connector for external antenna, comes with a 5dBi antenna, and even comes with a mounting holster, suction cup and clip to stick it to a window or clip it to something.

    Many forum members report it is the best chipset they've ever owned.

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    Default Re: Recommended wireless usb adapters

    A lot of people have good experience with the Alfa network.

    I still prefer the TP-Link or the netgear just based on being compact in size and easy to take with me anywhere.

    IMHO, I think the Alfa are very suspicious looking with the antenna sticking up like that.

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    Default Re: Recommended wireless usb adapters

    Hi

    I bought last a TL-WN722N, it's a wireless usb adapter (Atheros-chipset) with a external antenna. Airodump-ng, Kismet, etc, works with this adapter.
    Try to lookup the supported chipset in Fedora and in Backtrack. Is't for wlan hacking?

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    Default Re: Recommended wireless usb adapters

    Quote Originally Posted by ant2009 View Post
    A lot of people have good experience with the Alfa network.

    I still prefer the TP-Link or the netgear just based on being compact in size and easy to take with me anywhere.

    IMHO, I think the Alfa are very suspicious looking with the antenna sticking up like that.
    yes, and its not only for the size.
    speed up to 150Mbps
    4dBi detachable antenna
    Quick Security Setup (QSS) Button (WPS Compatible) ... i suggest you do not use the qss buttom (reaver attack)
    RP-SMA connector for external antenna
    802.11 b/g/n
    and i is cheaperthan alfa
    i prefer atheros chipset
    support backtrack 5 injection and almost all the attacksi i know

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    Default Re: Recommended wireless usb adapters

    Quote Originally Posted by johanpro View Post
    yes, and its not only for the size.
    speed up to 150Mbps
    4dBi detachable antenna
    Quick Security Setup (QSS) Button (WPS Compatible) ... i suggest you do not use the qss buttom (reaver attack)
    RP-SMA connector for external antenna
    802.11 b/g/n
    and i is cheaperthan alfa
    i prefer atheros chipset
    support backtrack 5 injection and almost all the attacksi i know
    and the BEST PART OFF ALL the ALPHA's bake so easily, i burned 2 alpha's already >_> and with less then 10 working hours each

    now im looking for something COMPLETELY different something that can take some strains and not burn off under an hour

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    Default Re: Recommended wireless usb adapters

    I've been wanting to learn backtrack for 5 years now and I have finally started but after reading all these posts I'm wondering.

    Would the TL-WN722N be better or the same exact as Alpha WUS036H?

    The reason I ask is because the alpha is talked about a lot and in the chart it was mentioned as the best. So now I'm wondering. Because at the moment I would rather spend $10 rather than $30.

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    Default Re: Recommended wireless usb adapters

    I've had intermittent issues with traffic forwarding with my stock wifi adapter. I'm thinking of buying one of the adapters listed in this discussion to see if it makes a significant difference in addition to the injection support.

    Has anyone noticed an increase in efficiency with packet forwarding with their purchased adapters compared to their stock adapters? I'm just wondering.

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    Default Re: Recommended wireless usb adapters

    Quote Originally Posted by ant2009 View Post
    A lot of people have good experience with the Alfa network.

    I still prefer the TP-Link or the netgear just based on being compact in size and easy to take with me anywhere.

    IMHO, I think the Alfa are very suspicious looking with the antenna sticking up like that.
    Interesting, I think you're right that they may look a bit suspicious. Worth considering!

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