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 on: Today at 03:32:41 AM 
Started by ibull - Last post by ibull
thank you for replying.
While being introduced to aircrack Id switch my card to monitor.
Then run airodump to see which APs and stations were in the area.
By filtering on the BSSID I can look for only one AP, then combine the power rating with a directional antenna to locate the AP.

I want to be able to find clients in the same way.  In the circumstances we want to use it, we would know the BSSID, ESSID, security type and password of an AP the client would be probing for.  Theres also a reasonable chance we would know the clients MAC address.

I tried to use a pineapple, pick up the ESSID and filter my SSID pool by it.  However this appeared to be unreliable, sometimes it worked, sometimes not.

Then I tried using hostapd-wpe (inputting the BSSID, ESSID, enter security type and the password).  I did originally pick up the client I was using to test it with.  I would rerun the command every second or so to monitor the power levels but after a couple of minutes, the clients disconnected and wouldn't reconnect.
The device I was using had no internet connection.  I don't know if that's why the phones didn't want to play anymore.

Ultimately, all Im going for is to identify the area where a client device may be.  Being so new to all this I don't know if Im totally up the wrong tree or just not getting it properly!

 on: November 19, 2017, 04:39:38 AM 
Started by air1625 - Last post by amir
hello . plz see this photo why i dont see pocket just tell read a pocket . plz help me and send me mail thnks my bro

 on: November 17, 2017, 02:13:58 PM 
Started by ibull - Last post by misterx
You're a bit too vague. We'll need more details to tell you what to use.

What commands and what output did you receive?

What were you expecting?

 on: November 17, 2017, 09:49:52 AM 
Started by ibull - Last post by ibull
Totally newbie question here.

Im hoping someone may be able to assist please:
I want to be able to search for stations using a directional antenna and the power levels.
Stupidly I tested the idea with aircrack and a Mifi which worked perfectly seen as the Mifi is an AP but then Ive gotten stuck when trying to do the same for stations instead.

Ive tried spoofing the stations AP using airbase but it wouldn't work, I think because the station knew I didn't have WPA2 security.
Ive tried with a pineapple but that was too unreliable.
Ive tried with hostapd but that seemed to lose connection after a couple of minutes.

Does anyone have any ideas that I could use please???

 on: November 15, 2017, 02:08:37 AM 
Started by air1625 - Last post by Brent
Just delete the -avx from file (Don't put any .exe at the end) and it should work. Check out this vid:

 on: November 15, 2017, 01:58:20 AM 
Started by air1625 - Last post by Brent
Run a cmd instead and use aircrack-ng-avx.exe check out this vid:

 on: November 13, 2017, 01:18:28 AM 
Started by Einstein - Last post by misterx
The fact it cannot determine the driver most likely means it's a vendor driver and it is well known that vendors don't provide monitor mode in their driver.

If there is any mac80211 driver available for that device, you need to use it to be able to use monitor mode.

 on: November 13, 2017, 01:16:13 AM 
Started by Darkforce16 - Last post by misterx
As mentioned in multiple post in this forum, often, the capture is done in b/g mode while devices are in 802.11n/ac mode and thus not visible in the capture.

 on: November 12, 2017, 03:50:05 PM 
Started by Darkforce16 - Last post by Darkforce16
Hi, recently, i was able to see devices in airodump-ng that were also visible on Windows 7, or iPhone devices...i don't know if the AP maybe was patched to a point where developers of AP are able to stop broadcasting packets to software like Airodump?  I mean i makes no sense how i can see the device on my Windows machine, or iphone, but if i try with Kali Airodump-ng or Wifisalx airodump-ng, i just can't see the AP.

Let us not confuse this with Hidden AP which do show up in airodump-ng.

If anyone has recently seen this kind of behavior please reply cause i'm at a loss here.
I'm running Kali 4.9.0-kali3-amd and Airodump-ng v.1.2 rc4

 on: November 12, 2017, 03:36:48 PM 
Started by -Z- - Last post by Darkforce16
Doesn't seem to work with Kali but if you try Wifislax it works on first run and see's the interfaces

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