[kismac] Re: [binaervarianz] r191 - trunk/Sources/WaveDrivers

  • From: "Justin Morris" <morris.justin@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: kismac@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 12 Sep 2006 16:27:31 -0600

Just to make sure, this is the right one?

http://www.amazon.com/D-Link-DWL-G122-Wireless-Adapter-802-11g/dp/B0002DQUHC/sr=8-2/qid=1158099343/ref=pd_bbs_2/104-4489818-1616749?ie=UTF8&s=electronics


On 9/12/06, Bug Dave <bugdave@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

DWL-G122 b1 (ralink chipset) $20 in the end from amazon ($30 + $10 rebate = $20)

On Sep 12, 2006, at 2:51 AM, Aki wrote:

> Also bad for cracking WEP/WPA key so ?
> I'm curently trying to find a supported USB Key for my MB, but I'm
> pretty unsure on wich I should buy.
>
> --Aki
>
> On 9/12/06, themacuser <themacuser@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> The MacBook wireless driver seems to only see beacon frames. Fine for
>> wardriving, but not for capturing traffic...
>>
>>
>>
>> On 9/12/06, Aki <achileos@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> > Using a Macbook, my friend downloading using right close to me ...
>> > still not getting any data packets :)
>> > I don't even see him on the list of this AP client but on <any
>> ssid>
>> > list, am I doing something wrong ?
>> > --Aki
>> >
>> > On 9/12/06, Nicholas David McKinney <nickfrommaryland@xxxxxxxxx
>> > wrote:
>> > > It seems think that there are some data packets, but they
>> don't seem
>> > > to be right.  I started generating a storm of traffic on the
>> network
>> > > but that did not seem to do much.  On the plus side, nothing
>> broke.
>> > >
>> > > Using a MBP (not sure if that makes a difference, but I'll report
>> > > just the same)
>> > >
>> > >
>> > > On 12 Sep 2006, at 1:23 AM, svn@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
>> > >
>> > > > Author: gkruse
>> > > > Date: 2006-09-12 07:22:59 +0200 (Tue, 12 Sep 2006)
>> > > > New Revision: 191
>> > > >
>> > > > Modified:
>> > > >
>> trunk/Sources/WaveDrivers/WaveDriverAirportExtreme.m
>> > > > Log:
>> > > > Maybe if we open the device in promisc mode, we will
>> actually get
>> > > > data packets on the mac book.  Please test and report.  I don't
>> > > > have a mac book, but nothing bad happens when we open the
>> device in
>> > > > promisc mode on my pbg4
>> > > >
>> > > > Modified:
>> trunk/Sources/WaveDrivers/WaveDriverAirportExtreme.m
>> > > >
>> ===================================================================
>> > > > ---
>> trunk/Sources/WaveDrivers/WaveDriverAirportExtreme.m
>>    2006-09-11
>> > > > 04:46:44 UTC (rev 190)
>> > > > +++
>> trunk/Sources/WaveDrivers/WaveDriverAirportExtreme.m
>>    2006-09-12
>> > > > 05:22:59 UTC (rev 191)
>> > > > @@ -263,13 +263,14 @@
>> > > >               _apeType = APExtTypeUnknown;
>> > > >       }
>> > > >
>> > > > -     _device = pcap_open_live([[defs
>> objectForKey:@"bpfdevice"]
>> > > > cString], 3000, 0, 2, err);
>> > > > +    //pcap_open_live(char *device,int snaplen, int prmisc,int
>> > > > to_ms,char *ebuf)
>> > > > +     _device = pcap_open_live([[defs
>> objectForKey:@"bpfdevice"]
>> > > > cString], 3000, 1, 2, err);
>> > > >       if (!_device) {
>> > > >               if (![[BLAuthentication sharedInstance]
>> executeCommand:@"/usr/
>> > > > bin/chgrp" withArgs:[NSArray arrayWithObjects:@"admin", [defs
>> > > > objectForKey:@"bpfloc"], nil]]) return Nil;
>> > > >               if (![[BLAuthentication sharedInstance]
>> executeCommand:@"/bin/
>> > > > chmod" withArgs:[NSArray arrayWithObjects:@"0660", [defs
>> > > > objectForKey:@"bpfloc"], nil]]) return Nil;
>> > > >               [NSThread sleep:0.5];
>> > > >
>> > > > -             _device = pcap_open_live([[defs
>> objectForKey:@"bpfdevice"]
>> > > > cString], 3000, 0, 2, err);
>> > > > +             _device = pcap_open_live([[defs
>> objectForKey:@"bpfdevice"]
>> > > > cString], 3000, 1, 2, err);
>> > > >               [[BLAuthentication sharedInstance]
>> executeCommand:@"/usr/bin/
>> > > > chgrp" withArgs:[NSArray arrayWithObjects:@"wheel", [defs
>> > > > objectForKey:@"bpfloc"], nil]];
>> > > >               [[BLAuthentication sharedInstance]
>> executeCommand:@"/bin/chmod"
>> > > > withArgs:[NSArray arrayWithObjects:@"0600", [defs
>> > > > objectForKey:@"bpfloc"], nil]];
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