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 on: April 01, 2021, 03:05:26 pm 
Started by Simon_Guer56 - Last post by Simon_Guer56
Hi everybody !
We're french students working on drone tracking. We are also trying to use gpsd with airodump in order to get the gps address of the drone. However, we tried many times, but each time, the given coordinates are the gps probe address and NOT the drone address. We look for through various forums to find a solution, but we didn't find anything.
Have someone the same problem or any solution or ideas to fix that problem ?

(we're using kali 2021.1, aircrack-ng 1.5.2, gpsd 3.22)

thanks for your attention;

Hugo, Florian and Simon

 on: March 22, 2021, 10:11:58 pm 
Started by whateverman - Last post by misterx
It looks like you did things correctly.

Cellphones typically turn off their radio as soon as they're in sleep mode, when the screen is off. They sometimes connect once in a while to check up on notifications. TV might do the same thing. So, unless they're actively doing stuff that requires network traffic, they may not appear.
Another thing is that if theses clients are using 2+ streams, you likely won't see them since I believe the card you're using is 1-stream only.

The fact it is hopping isn't helping much either.

One thing you can do is try with a more recent card (different driver), or move capture location.

 on: March 22, 2021, 06:01:03 am 
Started by whateverman - Last post by whateverman
hi thank you for answering and sorry for not replying, for some reason I didn't get an email notification.

1. the chipset is Ralink RT3070, and the driver is the rt2800usb .

2. the AP is set to Wi-Fi 4 (802.11n). the frequency is 2.4ghz, and the channel changes automatically by the router (I tried specifying the channel but it didn't help).

3. there are TV's and cellphones connected and yes I am trying to use it while searching for stations.

 on: March 19, 2021, 01:57:38 pm 
Started by AoyamaJPN - Last post by AoyamaJPN

I am a newbie. But, I have recently spent several weeks pentesting my own network. I have installed Kali 2021.1 on my Windows 10 machine via VirtualBox. At first, I used a Alfa AWUS036NHA adapter (only 2.4ghz). It worked well with no issues.

Recently, I sold my AWUS036NHA and purchased an Alfa AWUS036ACH so I could pentest my own 5ghz channel.

I removed the old drivers and installed the new ones. I am able to put the adapter into monitor mode.

I am able to preform airodump on both 2.4ghz and 5ghz channels.
airodump-ng -d 8C:59:73:26:39:30  -c 1 wlan1
airodump-ng -d 8C:59:73:26:39:31 -c 36 wlan1

I am able to send deauth commands, and it appears as normal. But the target(s) are not deauthed and has no effect. This did not happen with the AWUS036NHA.
aireplay-ng --deauth 0 -c 2A:5F:31:50:BD:29 -a 8C:59:73:26:39:30 wlan1

I also noticed that Wifite and Fern are not working as they did with the AWUS036NHA.

I have tried a fresh install of Kali and the drivers from Github here:

It appears I cannot actually create a handshake, deauth, or perform other tests. Can anyone offer any assistance?  I would greatly appreciate any and all feedback.

Thank you very much!

 on: March 16, 2021, 11:24:01 pm 
Started by whateverman - Last post by misterx
What chipset/driver does it use?

Is your AP set to 802.11ac/n? What channel/frequency band?

What are the clients? Laptops, or cell phones? Are they sending traffic? If not, that is normal, a client that doesn't sends anything will not show up.

 on: March 16, 2021, 08:09:42 pm 
Started by whateverman - Last post by whateverman
After placing my wifi adapter, TP-LINK WN7200ND, on monitor mode, I scan for networks using command "airodump-ng wlan0mon",

and it shows all the networks around including target router (mine for testing) and even some clients, but when I try to see the stations of the target router, using command "airodump-ng --bssid <mac address> wlan0mon",

the airodump-ng scans for clients but can't find any.

I tried check kill and specifying the target's channel.
I tried using both virtualbox AND a live kali on USB.

the target router has a wpa2 encryption.

Any suggestions?


same problem occurs with fern wifi cracker - it can find networks but gets stuck probing for MAC addresses.

 on: March 13, 2021, 09:11:57 pm 
Started by BornRetarded - Last post by misterx
What is important is quality antennas, and possibly directional antennas.

AWUS036NHA only supports 802.11n 2.4GHz but is very reliable. AWUS036ACH is 802.11ac (with 5GHz), but the driver is a bit less reliable, and will need more expensive antennas (MIMO) if you really want long distance.

 on: March 13, 2021, 01:57:46 am 
Started by Fpa - Last post by misterx
IIRC, there might have been a bug in the counting back then.

Test a million entries wordlist. See which finishes first. Another thing you can do is recompile with CPU optimizations targeting your CPU, you'll go a little faster.

 on: March 11, 2021, 10:35:21 am 
Started by BornRetarded - Last post by BornRetarded
What is the best wireless card for long range? AWUS036ACH? AWUS036NHA? I have an old AWUS036H and am looking to upgrade because that one only supports b and g protocols. Thanks.

 on: March 11, 2021, 04:11:50 am 
Started by Fpa - Last post by Fpa
aircrack-ng 1.2 rc4 faster on win10 x64 than with recent build(s)

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