[kismac] Re: airbase release plug

  • From: themacuser <themacuser@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: kismac@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sun, 5 Feb 2006 20:07:13 +1030

You could put in some #ifdef MACOSX in the sources and then use ./ configure to see what platform it runs on.

Or we could just steal it and put it into KisMAC...

You could do some of your own clustering code - make it communicate with all other instances of itself by tcp/ip...
On 05/02/2006, at 7:06 PM, Johnny Cache wrote:

Hehe, thats very true.
Unfortunately i try to make most of my tools run on the lowest common
denominator of posix ansi C/C++. which is why we now have airodump on osx.
Would be a nice features. maybe i can makea front end or soemthin.

On Sun, 5 Feb 2006, themacuser wrote:

jc-wepcrack would be nice if you could get it to run over xgrid.

On 05/02/2006, at 5:27 PM, Johnny Cache wrote:

jc-wepcrack bruteforces (good for clusters)
jc-aircrack does the same thing aircrack does (mostly), the
attack described by FMS and expanded on by KoreK

On Sun, 5 Feb 2006, themacuser wrote:

Nice. I look forward to getting this stuff implemented in KisMac.

Does jc-wepcrack bruteforce the WEP key? I thought aircrack could
recover keys way faster on one machine.
pcap-wepcrypt sounds like a very useful testing tool...

On 05/02/2006, at 2:16 PM, Johnny Cache wrote:

Hi everyone.

I recently released some code for linux/osx to do a lot of wireless
security things. a re-implemetnation of aircrack, upgraded jc-
and a variety of other tools. Most of these work on OSX (so if you
wanted to run aircrack on your powerbook in real time, now you can).

If anyones curious check out www.802.11mercenary.net

Also if anyone knows anything about how kismac handles packet
drop me a line. I'd like to get lorcon implemented on OSX and then
have a
cross-driver cross-architechture injection framework.


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