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    Junior Member Armagedeon's Avatar
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    Same problem were.
    As prompt12 I get one ARP and then inject thousands of packets but get no ARP back.
    My card is no broadcom,and it used to work in bt3.
    I used to use wifi0 but is no longer available in bt4, I have wlan0 and mon0.
    Tryed both and the result is the same...
    Can anyone help.
    Thanks

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    My life is this forum Snayler's Avatar
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    3 Years later...

    Quote Originally Posted by Armagedeon View Post
    Same problem were.
    As prompt12 I get one ARP and then inject thousands of packets but get no ARP back.
    My card is no broadcom,and it used to work in bt3.
    I used to use wifi0 but is no longer available in bt4, I have wlan0 and mon0.
    Tryed both and the result is the same...
    Can anyone help.
    Thanks
    Code:
    aireplay -9 <device>
    Does it says it can inject?

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    root@bt:~# aireplay-ng -9 wlan1
    10:35:13 Trying broadcast probe requests...
    10:35:13 Injection is working!
    10:35:15 Found 1 AP

    10:35:15 Trying directed probe requests...
    10:35:15 00:900:EA:ED:FB - channel: 11 - 'SpeedTouch782A17'
    10:35:15 Ping (min/avg/max): 1.961ms/10.682ms/85.616ms Power: -66.39
    10:35:15 28/30: 93%

    root@bt:~# aireplay-ng -9 mon0
    10:35:26 Trying broadcast probe requests...
    10:35:26 Injection is working!
    10:35:28 Found 1 AP

    10:35:28 Trying directed probe requests...
    10:35:28 00:900:EA:ED:FB - channel: 11 - 'SpeedTouch782A17'
    10:35:29 Ping (min/avg/max): 2.278ms/21.615ms/127.905ms Power: -66.28
    10:35:29 29/30: 96%
    Same problem here

    and inject working fine my card is alfa

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    Junior Member Armagedeon's Avatar
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    Yup,

    Same here. Both wlan0 and mon0 or mon1 report beeing injection capable,but no IV's after first ARP.

    Any thoughts?

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    Default I Agree

    I am having the exact same problem.
    I cannot get IV's to increase on my router at ALL

    Few Details for things I've tried:
    • Router is DLink DIR-600
    • I have an intel 5100 AGN card, on BT4 the driver it gives me is iwlagn.
    • I can turn on monitor mode and pass the injection tests.
    • Laptop: Acer Aspire 4736G (if that helps)
    • Attempted to do ARP Replay, after fake auth, and managed to get 54 ARP Requests after 130K packets were sent with no DeAuth messages.
    • Followed the video uploaded by Xploitz for the Korek attack and it said it attack failed.

    If you need anymore info feel free to ask.
    First post here so just wanna thank the BT crew for an amazing swiss army knife of tools!

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    I used to use ipwraw drivers in bt3. Does anyone thinks this could solve my problem?
    I've tried all injection capable interfaces and nothing..
    I get one ARP and no data...

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    Junior Member Armagedeon's Avatar
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    Hello everyone I've tried other aircrack methods -4 and -5 and result is the same.
    Also tried instaling old ipwraw drivers on bt4 but I get an error when I issue the make command...
    Out of ideas...
    New approches anyone???
    Waited so long to install bt4 on hard drive and now this...

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    Junior Member Armagedeon's Avatar
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    Hello everyone

    at it agan

    trying to go old school ipwraw

    this is the error message I get when I try to install ipwraw:

    Code:
    root@bt:~/ipwraw-ng# make
    make -C /lib/modules/2.6.30.9/build M=/root/ipwraw-ng modules
    make[1]: Entering directory `/usr/src/linux-source-2.6.30.9'
    
      WARNING: Symbol version dump /usr/src/linux-source-2.6.30.9/Module.symvers
               is missing; modules will have no dependencies and modversions.

    and then a bunch of errors
    Where can I find Module.symvers???

    Thanks

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    It's not been easy...

    Had to compile in Ubuntu so it would make the binaries
    Couldn't figure out why since this is Debian based...
    Installed and all, blacklisted ipwraw, etc etc...

    but when i run

    Code:
    modprobe ipwraw
    I get a message tha says ipwraw.ko is invalid format...

    stumbling at every wall...

    Nothing is ever easy...

    Thoughts??????????

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