Hi, I have kismac running on a macbook. The current release (Build 138) does support packet injection with an Intersil based DWL-122 adapter. Also it receives well. I can save dumps and analyze them with Wireshark. Also I am able to break 40 and 104 bit web keys using the builtin functions. If I use the binary of build 208 from the website or build latest 216 from source. I can additionally use a RALINK based DWL-G122 adapter and the Intersil DWL-122 on a macbook for tracing but it crashes when I want to inject packages. This even happens with the Intersil DWL-122. Using the same binary on a PowerMac does not crash the system. That's my current state. Here are the sticks I was using on my macbook: D-Link DWL-122 A1 Netgear MA111 ASUS WL-167G D-Link DWL-G122 C1 The last two one are RALINK based and have drivers for the macbook. The first ones are Intersil and have only PowerPC drivers. I have soldered external antenna connectors to all of them. Either by replacing the internal antenna or using a secondary antenna connector on the PCB. All do not have extern antenna connectors by default. You can easily get the older Intersil adapters for 10-15 Euro on ebay. and according to a previous post, the current driver for macbook does not correctly save dumps, so attacks on the key may not be done via kismac. Am 27.11.2006 um 05:36 schrieb Kevin Burns: kismac currently only supports prism2 devices for packet injection (and those only work on 802.11b networks) On Nov 26, 2006, at 7:21 AM, Rarok wrote: I downloades the svn files of KisMAC and I compiled it with compile.command, but now I can't get it working. It seems that works like passive, but I can't Inject packages. what I'm forgetting to do? Thanks and excuse me for my bad english (i'm spanish) -- "Ein Herz für Kinder" - Ihre Spende hilft! Aktion: www.deutschlandsegelt.de Unser Dankeschön: Ihr Name auf dem Segel der 1. deutschen America's Cup-Yacht!