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    Question Is WEP vulnerable on all routers?

    I've been able to successfully crack wep on a old linksys router i had using the method described in xploitz videos.
    I went to visit my cousins house and tried to crack his wep encryption as well. Either i didn't do something right or this router didn't like to produce any significant number of ivs. Of the packets i injected over an hour period i only got about 1000 ivs. The router he was using was an old dlink.
    After seeing this i remebered reading about some routers that had updated firm ware that didn't produce weak ivs so they weren't easliy crackable.

    Are some routers using wep just not vulnerable to attacks or am i crazy?

    thanks for you help

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    Quote Originally Posted by 00johnny View Post
    I've been able to successfully crack wep on a old linksys router i had using the method described in xploitz videos.
    I went to visit my cousins house and tried to crack his wep encryption as well. Either i didn't do something right or this router didn't like to produce any significant number of ivs. Of the packets i injected over an hour period i only got about 1000 ivs. The router he was using was an old dlink.
    After seeing this i remebered reading about some routers that had updated firm ware that didn't produce weak ivs so they weren't easliy crackable.

    Are some routers using wep just not vulnerable to attacks or am i crazy?

    thanks for you help
    Aircrack-ptw does not require "weak" or "unique" IVs, just any old random IVs. So in this case, I am not aware of any WAP which isn't vulnerable.

    WEP sucks.
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    wow, thanks for a fast response. I retrace my steps and figure out where i went wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 00johnny View Post
    Are some routers using wep just not vulnerable to attacks or am i crazy?

    thanks for you help
    Your just crazy. I haven't ran across a WEP protected network yet that I couldn't crack.

    Try my -=Xploitz=- VIDEO: Vol. #2 "E-Z No Client Korek Chopchop Attack Tutorial"


    if the -3 attack isn't working for you. Also there is the -5 Fragmentation attack to consider as well.

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