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 on: August 17, 2018, 12:01:51 AM 
Started by no.bugs - Last post by misterx
Make sure to kill network mangers before putting in monitor mode and that no airodump-ng instance is hopping channels

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 on: August 16, 2018, 10:09:40 PM 
Started by no.bugs - Last post by no.bugs
Use the command:

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airmon-ng start wlan0mon 5
or:

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iwconfig wlan0mon channel 5

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 on: August 16, 2018, 10:06:28 PM 
Started by no.bugs - Last post by no.bugs
While using aireplay-ng using the command
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aireplay-ng --test -a 00:de:af:ca:fe:00 wlan0mon(with an actual BSSID instead of 00:de:af:ca:fe:00) the following error message is printed:
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wlan0mon is on channel 2, but the AP uses channel 5
How can I fix it?

https://forums.kali.org/showthread.php?29920-ra0-is-on-channel-1-but-the-AP-uses-channel-2
https://forum.aircrack-ng.org/index.php?topic=1382.0

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 on: August 16, 2018, 08:46:36 PM 
Started by sllawson - Last post by sarah conner
This page keeps coming up in my searches for a negative regular expression.

After searching the innertubes for a way to filter out certain groups of ESSIDs, I tried the following syntax since airodump-ng looks like it is using PCRE library:

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airodump-ng -R '^(?!.*wctf)^(?!.*Marriott)' -c 1-165  wlan0mon
PCRE allows the above and the compilation process in airodump-ng allows the syntax.

At least in Kali 2018 with airodump-ng 1.2 rc4 it is able to remove access points that begin with 'wctf' and also remove access points that begin with 'Marriott' as far as I can tell.  It appears to allow all other access points including non-SSID-broadcasting APs and are visible in airodump-ng.  Further testing may be required but so far so good for my purposes.


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 on: August 15, 2018, 09:21:50 PM 
Started by Dr Goot - Last post by Dr Goot
I'm reading in an effort to learn about devices found in the bottom section of the airodump-ng screen which show as 'Not Associated' to a BSSID. These are devices which are 'searching' for a AP to associate too, right?

I'm asking because for the last three days I have a device named 'Daniel's iPhone' which is 'Not associated' but has been present throughout the three days....  so is this a device -presumably an iPhone- that has been within range of me and hasn't moved in three days?

And if so... if I remove my iphone from the wifi it was connected to but leave the wifi on - shouldn't it also appear in this area as not associated?

I did test this and found my iphone by MAC, but it was using the name of the Wifi is was previously attached too, not the name I gave my phone...

Thanks for any help!

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 on: August 13, 2018, 05:32:56 PM 
Started by pedropt - Last post by yesimxev
awus036H original from alfa was broken since i used 3 commands in mdk on a AP in full power .
Sorry, that is NOT possible.
It is NOT possible to damage a wifi interface exposing it to an AP in full power (all APs are by default set to full power), or simply running any of the mdk tests.

I suggest you to check it better, maybe using different PC/antenna/usb cable, it might be working thou.

If you really damaged your wifi interface, you probably did something more serious, such as: patched the drivers with the mod to push transceiver power over limit, fiscally hard hit the device, short-circuit some pin in the USB port, plugged some rusty-faulty antenna, and so on.
Had my one blown lightly after a year 30db usage with aircrack & mdk3 mostly. It has a low power now eg. 5m range. It's the Q1. The top right from the little 3 chips. Kind of melt. If anyone would know what to replace with, please let me know. BTW I know I have used too long with 30db and messed up that chip. Nothing to do with aircrack it's just heat.. i will attach pic too

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 on: August 13, 2018, 05:28:41 PM 
Started by pedropt - Last post by yesimxev
awus036H original from alfa was broken since i used 3 commands in mdk on a AP in full power .
Sorry, that is NOT possible.
It is NOT possible to damage a wifi interface exposing it to an AP in full power (all APs are by default set to full power), or simply running any of the mdk tests.

I suggest you to check it better, maybe using different PC/antenna/usb cable, it might be working thou.

If you really damaged your wifi interface, you probably did something more serious, such as: patched the drivers with the mod to push transceiver power over limit, fiscally hard hit the device, short-circuit some pin in the USB port, plugged some rusty-faulty antenna, and so on.
Had my one blown lightly after a year 30db usage with aircrack & mdk3 mostly. It has a low power now eg. 5m range. It's the Q1. The top right from the little 3 chips. Kind of melt. If anyone would know what to replace with, please let me know. BTW I know I have used too long with 30db and messed up that chip. Nothing to do with aircrack it's just heat..

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 on: August 13, 2018, 01:11:28 PM 
Started by essex2zz - Last post by misterx
That is one of the recommended card and yes, the drivers have been present in kali for a long time considering that is a very well supported chipset.

b43 is 802.11b/g only, so it won't see 802.11n or ac traffic

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 on: August 13, 2018, 05:53:17 AM 
Started by essex2zz - Last post by essex2zz
So a quick update as I have been to school now  :) thanks for the info btw.

Turns out the on-board Broadcom card wont capture any packets, I now realize this when running airodump I always get 0 data from all the bssid's I pick up and I get a weird error message from the airmon-ng command after I have started monitor mode (under the chipset list it says "non-mac80211 device? - report this"). I belive it is a mac device so not really sure what is going on there as there appears to be no other drivers to fix apart from the standard b43.

So instead of flogging a dead horse I have ordered an Alfa Network AWUS036NHA, I wanted ask are the drivers already in Kali Linux for this popular adapter? or should I find some on the web.

Thanks in advance.

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 on: August 11, 2018, 07:08:38 PM 
Started by Stilleur - Last post by turbo69
yeah! I got injection to work with the driver link I posted above.

(not that I know how to do anything with it lol)

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