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    Actually I don't understand why everybody...

    Actually I don't understand why everybody suddenly wants to go wireless. The connection speed is much lower than cable, there are more holes in the wireless security protocols than in Swiss cheese...
  2. Yeah, netstumbler, airsnort, ethereal... should...

    Yeah,
    netstumbler, airsnort, ethereal... should do for monitoring

    And if you think you can reach an area that's wide enough, you could do a denial of service-attack, although i don't know any...
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    The biggest problem with open software and so......

    The biggest problem with open software and so... Linux distributions is that there is still no real standard. And that's probably one of the main reasons why Linux still has a minor popularity...
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    Assignment only says (for the DoS part): DoS by...

    Assignment only says (for the DoS part): DoS by sending disconnect messages to logged in users...


    Hmmmm, probably the HostAP way will be the best as R0n1n proposed. But i'll probably need the...
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    LOL yes, some of them do... but while studying...

    LOL
    yes, some of them do...
    but while studying for civil engineer you can choose (after the second year): chemistry, computer science, mechanics, elektrotechnics, etc...
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    Civil engineer... project includes wep-cracker...

    Civil engineer... project includes wep-cracker and dos attack.
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    Thx a lot! Yes, I can use JNI (phew). The...

    Thx a lot!

    Yes, I can use JNI (phew).

    The ARP cashe poisoning would probably work, but i can not do it like that:
    I HAVE TO send a disconnect message to all logged in users. I searched the net...
  8. Hmmmm... access forbidden on hackerlab... ?? ...

    Hmmmm... access forbidden on hackerlab... ??

    This is a dutch site, but i think most of the challenges now are also in english:
    www.net-force.nl
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    Forgot to tell: I use (gentoo) Linux

    Forgot to tell: I use (gentoo) Linux
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    MAC - Spoofing

    Hello...

    I have a univ - project to do a Denial of Service attack to a WLAN.
    The way i should do this is by setting up a 'fake Acces Point', get the same MAC address of the real Acces Point and...
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    You don't break the law by searching networks,...

    You don't break the law by searching networks, but you do if you sniff the network, log in unauthorized, do damage, make it temporarly unavailable (Denial-of-Servic), etc...


    And for everyone...
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    Hello, I didn't read ALL the replys so i hope i...

    Hello, I didn't read ALL the replys so i hope i don't repeat something...
    First, there's nothing wrong with the tutorial.
    Second: for securing the wireless: wep's 64bit key is ridiculous, 128bit...
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    just to mention: i'm programming a wep-cracker......

    just to mention: i'm programming a wep-cracker... it still needs a couple of hours to break it, but even with lower traffic, it should be able to break the 128bit wep within a day...
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    For windows xp: if u r just a user, is it...

    For windows xp: if u r just a user, is it possible to get administrator rights?
    It's just to install ageofempires2 for a moment :) and i can't do that withuout admin rights...
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