kevin duggan wrote:
I have a Mac Book Pro and I am fairly new to all this: 1. It seems with the MacBook Pro you are limited? This is with the passive or active modes, what is the difference?
A while back I was in a similar situation and I sent a few questions to this list. Below you'll find an excerpt of that conversation. I might help you.
John Warren wrote:
looks pretty accurate. The DWL-G122 is being worked on right now for g networks, but nothing is guaranteed till it gets here. On 9/19/06, Marcel Stör <marcel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > Hi folks, > > Since I'm far from being a Wi-Fi expert I've been reading quite a > bit about KisMAC on trac and this list's archive. Based that knowledge I > try to make a few assumptions, pls correct me if I'm wrong. > > - I can't use KisMac "out of the box" on my MacBook (not Pro) to go > war driving (i.e. hacking passwords, injecting packages) since > there's no suitable driver for Airport Extreme. Some guys are working on > it, I heard!? - so, I would need a Prism2 chip for that - in my > case I'd like to use an USB dongle > - there seems to be a recommendation out for a D-Link DWL-122 > - there are no USB dongles (yet?) that support injection into > 802.11b AND 802.11g networks with KisMAC > > > Conclusion -> in order to achieve what I want, I should by a DWL-122 > and restrict myself to b-networks, correct?
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