D-Link DWL-122 802.11B 2.4GHz Wireless USB Adapter
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On Aug 12, 2006, at 12:44 PM, Rohan Hill wrote:
That certainly wouldn't surprise me. Booted into XP (using bootcamp drivers)
I can't use any other XP packet software - so clearly Apple isn't making it
any easier on purpose.
Can you suggest a cheap USB wifi adapter that would be a good fit?
Preferably something I could get for under $30 online? Preferably Prism2 so
that I can do packet injection. I believe there is a Linksys (WUSB11 - or
something like that) that uses prism2.
From: kismac-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:kismac- bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On
Behalf Of themacuser
Sent: Saturday, August 12, 2006 7:46 AM
Subject: [kismac] Re: Kismac captures 1,000,000+ packets, but none are DATA
or IVs ?
I think the MacBook wifi driver isn't quite working at the moment.
On 12/08/2006, at 4:37 PM, Bug Dave wrote:
what makes you so sure there is no data? Are you sure you are dumping it?
(in prefs you have the option to dump data
On Aug 12, 2006, at 2:18 AM, Rohan Hill wrote:
I'm running the latest (158 I believe?) build of Kismac, with a Macbook. I'm
using the Airport Extreme driver in passive mode to capture packets. Here's
the puzzling part - Kismac captures tons of packets, but when I look at the
details, NONE of these packets (I've let it run up over 1 million packets in
one case) are ever IVs or DATA. I can understand not coming up with any IVs,
but I don't see why I would never ever capture any data. At first I thought
this was just a fluke of my area, but I tried it today in the downtown of a
large city with 20+ access points in range, and still no Data or IVs.
If I'm capturing from access points that are BEING USED at that moment, how
can there be no data?
What's going on here - is this normal?