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Re: The great WiFi robbery: police to patrol down your street 2009-07-21
admin cyber-threats com (3 replies)
That's quite interesting.

But shouldn't the ISPs take responsibility, and provide their customers with a more secure setup like WPA or better, WPA2?

It is ridiculous that after so many years that WEP has been found to be flawed, implementors still use it.....

Some ISPs in the UK still sh

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Re: The great WiFi robbery: police to patrol down your street 2009-07-21
Cedric Blancher (blancher cartel-securite fr)
Re: The great WiFi robbery: police to patrol down your street 2009-07-21
Philip Holbrook (fhlipzero gmail com)
RE: The great WiFi robbery: police to patrol down your street 2009-07-21
George Wasgatt (gwasgatt gmail com)
The great WiFi robbery: police to patrol down your street 2009-07-21
Ivan . (ivanhec gmail com)
Like to see this actually work!

http://www.smh.com.au/technology/security/the-great--wifi-robbery-police
-to-patrol-down-your-street-20090721-drqb.html

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differentiating wired and wireless clients in Kismet 2009-07-20
Robin Wood (dninja gmail com)
Hi
I've got an embeded device which is running Kismet original. Because
the device has limited storage I'm only having Kismet create the .xml
file and from that I want to know which clients are wireless and which
are wired.

I've been looking at the type attribute in the wireless-client element
and

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FW: PCI Wireless Guidelines 2009-07-17
Albrecht, Jeremy (JAlbrecht ecca com)
The Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council's Wireless Special Interest Group released guidelines on wireless network security yesterday.  It contains information on how PCI-DSS applies to wireless networks as well as general advice on wireless security.

Thought everyone here may be intere

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Re: Re: AirPcap : Basic questions 2009-07-09
Fatah al Farihin (fathkay yahoo com)

Here is the list from the non-n airpcap driver file

%DESCRIPTION_CLASSIC% = DriverInstall, USB\VID_CACE&PID_0001
%DESCRIPTION_CLASSIC% = DriverInstall, USB\VID_CACE&PID_0002
%DESCRIPTION_TX% = DriverInstall, USB\VID_CACE&PID_0101
%DESCRIPTION_TX% = DriverInstall, USB\VID_CACE&PID_0102
%DESCRIPTION

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Re: Re: AirPcap : Basic questions 2009-07-08
info netsentinc com (1 replies)
VID/PID is 0xcace/0x0102 for the AirPCAP TX adapter.

Specifically,

Windows reports: USB\Vid_cace&Pid_0102&Rev_4810

Linux reports: idVendor=0xcace, idProduct=0x0102

I'll send an email to Josh Wright and see if he has any information he can readily send about what he did to get this working wi

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Re: Re: AirPcap : Basic questions 2009-07-08
Jon Janego (jonjanego gmail com)
Re: AirPcap : Basic questions 2009-07-08
Fatah al Farihin (fathkay yahoo com)

so, that's mean just change the vid/pid inside the eeprom area. i never thought i would be as simple as that, or i am missing something like the driver check some signature/function/information inside eeprom other than refer vid/pid. could someone can get me the vid/pid through (lsusb) or i can ref

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Re: AirPcap : Basic questions 2009-07-07
Jon Janego (jonjanego gmail com)
I believe that it is indeed a zd1211rw based chipset. i don't have a
dump of it, though..

my info is from Joshua Wright, who modified the zd1211rw drivers for
the latest edition of the SANS617 Backtrack distro. Here are his
notes:

1. Modified zd1211rw driver to recognize the Airpcap Classic and

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assuming encryption levels 2009-06-28
Robin Wood (dninja gmail com) (2 replies)
Hi
I've been asked to take the Kismet (original) XML output and by
looking at the encryption fields say what encryption the AP is using.
I didn't think this was possible, and the best I could do was to make
an assumption. Am I right?

For example, given this:

<encryption>WEP</encryption>
<e

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Re: assuming encryption levels 2009-06-29
Mike Kershaw (dragorn kismetwireless net)
Re: assuming encryption levels 2009-06-28
Cedric Blancher (blancher cartel-securite fr) (1 replies)
Re: assuming encryption levels 2009-06-28
Robin Wood (dninja gmail com) (1 replies)
Re: assuming encryption levels 2009-06-28
Cedric Blancher (blancher cartel-securite fr)
detecting IP address in WPA traffic 2009-04-23
Robin Wood (dninja gmail com) (3 replies)
Hi
I've got kismet running and it has picked up a network which it says
is WPA/TKIP but it has also identified an IP address and marked it as
identified by TCP traffic. How could this be? The SSID is linksys so
it there may be another unencrypted linksys AP just out of range that
it picked up for a

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Re: detecting IP address in WPA traffic 2009-04-24
Cedric Blancher (blancher cartel-securite fr)
Re: detecting IP address in WPA traffic 2009-04-24
Ivan Davidkov (ivan davidkov gmail com)
Re: detecting IP address in WPA traffic 2009-04-24
Mike Kershaw (dragorn kismetwireless net) (1 replies)
Re: detecting IP address in WPA traffic 2009-04-24
Mike Kershaw (dragorn kismetwireless net)
Kismet Fingerprinting 2009-04-07
Jon Janego (jonjanego gmail com) (1 replies)
Hi,

I was wondering if anyone could give me a quick rundown of how Kismet
determines if an AP is running factory configs, as well as if it's
using WPA/WPA2 encryption.

I would imagine that for the factory config, it's just a matter of
looking at the SSID and visible IP ranges, but is there anythin

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Re: Kismet Fingerprinting 2009-04-08
Cedric Blancher (blancher cartel-securite fr)
Vendor specific information elements 2009-04-06
Asier Martínez (axierr gmail com) (1 replies)
Hi to all,

recently I was doing some wireless security test in various vendor
networks. In all of them, I found a lot of "unknown" information
elements specific from some vendors ( like CCX Aironet, etc..).
I was wondering if there is some kind of list of this IE tags
somewhere, I tried several co

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Re: Vendor specific information elements 2009-04-06
Joshua Wright (jwright hasborg com)
AirPcap : Basic questions 2009-03-26
Security Basic (security basic gmail com) (1 replies)
Can someone help me with very basic questions about AirPcap

# Whats so special about it?
# What can you do with AirPcap that you can't do otherwise

thanks
--
~SB
http://exploitsearch.com

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Re: AirPcap : Basic questions 2009-03-26
Jon Janego (jonjanego gmail com) (1 replies)
Re: AirPcap : Basic questions 2009-03-26
Mike Kershaw (dragorn kismetwireless net)
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