ummm... i'm using an airport extreme card, in a PB17. i understand
that the airport extreme cards are limited in some way or another right
now, until a little reverse engineering love happens, but i'm unclear
on the exact limitations. is the problem described below the
limitation? in which case the program really doesn't do anything but
i was thinking that maybe the program worked but you could be detected using it.
On Jan 29, 2004, at 9:29 PM, Theodore wrote:
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What kinda card are you using? the Airport Extreme ones aren't capable of raw packet capturing like the prism2/orinoco ones ...
On 29-Jan-04, at 4:50 PM, Gerald Koh wrote:
just downloaded kismac008a and started fooling around with it on my airport extreme card..
i picked the appropriate driver in the kismac driver tool and the kismac preferences and started scanning. all the local networks showed up, including signal strength, but none of them showed any packets going across them. the packet count stays at 0.
am i missing something obvious here? does this have to do with the lack of support for the airport extreme card?
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