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    Default Macbook Pro

    The Macbook Pro seems ok, YAY we finally get wireless drivers!!

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    Default Same Here

    I have a MacBook Pro Core 2 Duo 2.4GHZ 15" works as advertised "cracked" my WPA network in about 2 minutes. I am about ready to let BackTrack take over my Windows partition. Has anyone attempted a HDD Install with Backtrack 2 or 3 in 10.5 with Boot Camp yet?

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    wifiphoto:

    Does your macbook have the Atheros 5008 802.11n internal wifi card?

    if so, are you using that successfully in injection mode?

    thanks a lot!

    ps. thanks a lot backtrack team

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    I am kind of a noob here and I apologize if I cannot answer the question. I got into BackTrack hoping to do some internal pentesting on our wireless networks that I manage at home and work. They are both WPA encrypted and that is all I tested. If I add my password t the dictionary list I have the test was a success (or failure from my IT standpoint) in about 2 minutes. I do not have a WEP network to test but I do plan to switch one of them to WEP long enough for me to try it out.

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    That's okay,

    apple makes it difficult to check your wifi card chipset for some reason. The only reason I am able to tell so easily is because I am dual booting into win-xp, and when I use this, it's very easy to find out!

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    Hi,

    I have a MBP 2.33 with the ATI X1600 and my BT3 refuses to open the GUI. Running xconf doesn't help.

    Anyone here running BT3 on an ATI MBP?

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    Quote Originally Posted by arubinst View Post
    Hi,

    I have a MBP 2.33 with the ATI X1600 and my BT3 refuses to open the GUI. Running xconf doesn't help.

    Anyone here running BT3 on an ATI MBP?
    i got the same problem!

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    Exclamation Macbook Compatibility

    Good job on the nice release.

    My macbook doesn't have the keystroke double-registration problems when using the backtrack 3 beta that it had with the backtrack 2 CD.

    It boots perfectly into the GUI, and the internal AR5006X wireless card is detected and functional for accessing networks. Unfortunately, none of the fun utilities work. I guess the default atheros drive that is included does not allow injection and so on.

    About my mac:
    Macbook. Intel CPU, T2500 dual-core @ 2.00 GHz, 1.96GB of ram.

    A pity that the macbook atheros card can't be natively used. Unfortunately, there is no PCMCIA adapter in this system (or PCI slots, for the obvious reason). It's a pity that the functional USB adapters are not easy to find/purchase. Perhaps there is (or should be) a thread dedicated to finding stores stocking known good adapters.

    -Few

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    Quote Originally Posted by few111 View Post

    A pity that the macbook atheros card can't be natively used. Unfortunately, there is no PCMCIA adapter in this system (or PCI slots, for the obvious reason). It's a pity that the functional USB adapters are not easy to find/purchase. Perhaps there is (or should be) a thread dedicated to finding stores stocking known good adapters.

    -Few
    Try the alfa from data-alliance (cfr other posts in the forum) ; it's usb and works on all platforms + has great power.

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    Quote Originally Posted by krusau View Post
    That's okay,

    apple makes it difficult to check your wifi card chipset for some reason. The only reason I am able to tell so easily is because I am dual booting into win-xp, and when I use this, it's very easy to find out!
    I can say now without a doubt that injection work just fine. I followed the Exploitz video and cracked the wep key in a matter of seconds...

    MacBook Pro 2.4GHZ Santa Rosa 15"

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