[kismac] Re: Decrypt Output

  • From: Ron Rosson <ron@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <kismac@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 06 Oct 2005 07:38:17 -0500

You might want to try using darwinports
<http://darwinports.opendarwin.org/>. It tends to make installing unix utils
Ron Rosson

> From: Michael Peth <michaelpeth@xxxxxxxxx>
> Reply-To: <kismac@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Date: Thu, 06 Oct 2005 14:25:15 +0200
> To: <kismac@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: [kismac] Re: Decrypt Output
> I'm having all sort of trouble compiling Ettercap. I've installed the
> prereq's it asks for fine. When I run ./configure it configures fine,
> but then I get [Error 1: All Recursive]. I'd sooner just find a way to
> read the decrypted kismac files than troubleshoot ettercap, I never have
> much luck with comiling stuff in darwin. Let me know what you guys
> think. Thanks
> Erik Winkler wrote:
>> I recommend you take a look at the ettercap tool (http://
>> ettercap.sourceforge.net/).  When analyzing wireless packet dumps you
>> can issue the command line:
>> ettercap -T -q --wep-key '128:s:\x11\x22\x33\x44\x55\x79\x69\x73\x71
>> \x76\x66\x54\x6E' -r kismacdump -m resultsfile.txt
>> Ettercap will decrypt the packets and show any clear text usernames
>> and passwords in the decrypted data stream.
>> On Oct 6, 2005, at 7:00 AM, Michael Peth wrote:
>>> Hey everyone,
>>> I just got kismac up and running last week and have begun sniffing
>>> etc. I am running ibook with airport extreme so I'm not able to
>>> inject or deauthorize, but when I do find a network and sniff it  for
>>> a while and then successfully crack the key, I am not able to  join
>>> the network. I played around with it  for a while and then Saw  the
>>> decrypt feature and I load up the dump file in it and then put  in
>>> the key it cracked and it says it successfully decrypted with no
>>> packets lost. From there I don't know what to do with the output
>>> file because I dont have anything to open it. Any help would be
>>> greatly appreciated, thanks in advance.
>>> -Mike

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