[kismac] Re: little tutorial

  • From: Lasse Jespersen <l.j@xxxxx>
  • To: kismac@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 27 May 2005 11:30:18 +0200

excellent. i have both. thanks for the information.

for an excellent prism2 card, buy the senao 2511cd exxt from netgate.com.


Den 26/5-2005, kl. 15.11, skrev Nicholas David McKinney:


The reinjection attack will not work if you have an Orinoco card (I know, I have one).  As far as I know, reinjection will only work if you have a Prism II card.  Even then, it only works if you happen to capture and use the right packet.  It's pretty sweet when it does work, though.


On 26 May 2005, at 09:03, Oskar Lissheim-Boethius wrote:

On 26 maj 2005, at 13.01, Lasse Jespersen wrote:

2M data packets with packet reinjection or with normal passive scanning? Because with packet reinjection I got always an error: KisMAC was unable to start a reinjection attack, because: The networks seems to be not reacting. It's the problem you described?
With which function I finally try to get in? Wordlist Attack, Weak Sheduling Attack or Bruteforce?

I get the same problem. Running latest version of Kismac on Tiger 10.4.1 on my orinoco gold-card. I'm using the new wirelessdriver for tiger.

Still have the problem that when I choose to patch the driver with the kismac installer, then reboot, the system says it cannot load the driver, which is the same problem I had before I got the new version from Rob.

But of course, the new driver has the same bug as before, which means I have to reboot the computer after I quit kismac if I want to use the orinoco-card as a regular network-card to connect to a newly sniffed network.

On a sidenote: when I choose Authentication Flood, kismac hangs after a while. In the console I get the message "write failed" in the MacJack driver.


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