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 on: May 15, 2021, 12:29:50 am 
Started by bford - Last post by misterx
There is a patch for it, but it will need an update as it conflicts with current code (and interactive key 'o' is already taken):

 on: May 15, 2021, 12:20:32 am 
Started by bford - Last post by misterx
Open a feature request on github for both.

1. As workarounds, you can resize your terminal. Or parse the CSV with some scripting.
2. I believe you can see both AP and clients/devices manufacturer in the netxml output

 on: May 14, 2021, 02:35:40 am 
Started by bford - Last post by bford

Let's say I am using airodump-ng with this command line:

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# airodump-ng wlan1mon --manufacturer
1) How can I limit the output to just the top 10 or top 20 ?  I have a ton of wifi traffic around here and I don't need to see all 100 of them ...

2) I am using the --manufacturer command line switch, but that only displays the manufacturer for the access points. The second grouping on the screen - the clients - do not get a manufacturer tag. I would think the clients are at least as important as the APs so it really should show --manufacturer for both groups ...

Thank you.

 on: May 14, 2021, 02:33:24 am 
Started by bford - Last post by bford


I am using airodump-ng successfully - usually with this command:

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airodump-ng wlan1mon --band abg --manufacturer
The output lists BSSIDs as MAC addresses - which is normal.

However, some of these stations (and clients) are known to me and I would like to tag them, or name them, something.  I cannot predict what IP address they will have.

Is there some way to "name" a MAC address a human-readable name such that airodump-ng will display that name instead of the MAC address ?  I thought that perhaps /etc/ethers was the answer to this problem but that doesn't work  -/etc/ethers looks up the name and expects it to be resolvable which, of course, it isn't since I don't know in advance what the IP is.


 on: May 09, 2021, 05:44:53 pm 
Started by StealthVice7 - Last post by tom777
Yes you can do it with comma as someone said above and it seems to make sense cause you can scan two channels every hop.

 on: May 08, 2021, 05:11:37 pm 
Started by fpgaguy - Last post by fpgaguy
On the Altera/Intel DE1-SoC FPGA board runs the following Linux:

Distributor ID: Linaro
Description:    Linaro 12.11
Release:        12.11
Codename:       precise
root@de1soclinux:~/DriverBuild/rtl8812au# uname -a
Linux de1soclinux 3.18.0 #9 SMP Mon Aug 8 17:11:41 EDT 2016 armv7l armv7l armv7l GNU/Linux

I would like to compile the rtl8812au for these ARMv7 architecture but I am not sure if any of the Makefile per-defined Platforms work or how to define an additional Platform that work with this ARMv7 processor. git clone the source code to the FPGA boards/SD card worked fine. But the Makefile is set to compile for I386.

 on: May 02, 2021, 10:28:04 pm 
Started by loch - Last post by misterx
You need to run airmon-ng check kill prior to run this.

It isn't testing wireless card driver, it uses the hardware simulator to do this.

 on: May 01, 2021, 07:28:58 am 
Started by loch - Last post by loch
Hello. I'm just here to submit my integration-test-suite.log file, as instructed. If y'all have any suggestions on how to fix the problems, I'm happy to hear 'em. I didn't see any identifying data in it to be concerned about, so I'm sending it as-is. Thanks for the help.
Oh, I'm installing Aircrack-ng on ParrotOS, using a ALFA wireless adapter with the rtl88XXau chip. Don't know why anyone but a sadist would recommend the damn thing, nothing but problems. I saw there's a thread specifically for it, so I'll check that out. My OS is brand new and squeaky-clean, transferring from Kali, and I haven't even installed the drivers yet. Anyway, thanks again.

 on: April 25, 2021, 02:36:35 pm 
Started by Karp - Last post by Deep Jain
I am having the same issue. Where you able to fix it?

 on: April 24, 2021, 11:56:40 pm 
Started by Bee1To - Last post by Bee1To
there is now a patch for RTL8812au v5.6.4.2 which will work with Linux kernel v5.10.0 Google rtl8812au fix git or download from git. :)

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