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arp cache poisoning on a wifi network 2008-07-16
Robin Wood (dninja gmail com) (4 replies)
Hi
I'm trying to get arp cache poisoning working on my wireless network.
The setup is an AP with IP 192.168.0.100, a client with IP .55 and an
attacker with IP .56. All devices can ping each other and looking at
the arp table shows that they all know the MAC addresses of the
others.

I'm trying to u

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Re: arp cache poisoning on a wifi network 2008-07-17
Elton Ramos Carvalho (elton locknet com br) (1 replies)
Re: arp cache poisoning on a wifi network 2008-07-17
Cedric Blancher (blancher cartel-securite fr)
RE: arp cache poisoning on a wifi network 2008-07-16
Sergio Castro (sergio castro unicin net)
Re: arp cache poisoning on a wifi network 2008-07-17
Cedric Blancher (blancher cartel-securite fr)
Re: arp cache poisoning on a wifi network 2008-07-17
Raul Siles (raul siles gmail com)
Summary and end of GPS thread. 2008-07-09
Seth Fogie (seth airscanner com)
Again, I got a whole bunch of replies and don't want to flood peoples
inboxes with short answers. So here is a summary.

Spoiler alert: Robin decided on the BU-353

Subject:
Re: looking for a gps puck
From:
"Andrew Konkol" <akonkol (at) gmail (dot) com [email concealed]>
Date:
Tue, 8 Jul 2008 08:59:31 -0500
To:
wifisec@securit

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Re: looking for a gps puck 2008-07-08
jfvanmeter comcast net
I've used my Cruzer, Sony , and Kingston on Centos, Mephis, and Fedora without any problems.

Take Care and Have Fun --John
-------------- Original message ----------------------
From: "Robin Wood" <dninja (at) gmail (dot) com [email concealed]>
> Hi
> Can anyone recommend a good, cheap, USB GPS puck that is available in
> th

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looking for a gps puck 2008-07-08
Robin Wood (dninja gmail com)
Hi
Can anyone recommend a good, cheap, USB GPS puck that is available in
the UK and that will work under linux without any messing around?

I've currently got the one that SANS gave me 3 years ago on the 617
track and I can get data but I know that it is well behind the current
state of the art.

Th

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State of the art in filtering phishing & malware SMS/MMS 2008-06-28
mamo (mamo74 gmail com)
I would like to better understand what is the state of the art and
your experiences in preventing phishing message reach mobile users
with SMS/MMS.
The first activity is in educating users, but I would like to
understand if there are product/functionality for filtering Phishing &
malware SMS messag

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Re: Bluetooth earpiece with settable PIN? 2008-06-21
Jarrod Frates (jfrates ml gmail com)
On Fri, Jun 20, 2008 at 5:47 PM, Sean Brackeen <seanieb64 (at) gmail (dot) com [email concealed]> wrote:
> I don;t remember the model number, but I did this once on a motorola
> bluetooth headset, and a friend did it on a plantronics device. I think it's
> just part of bluetooth, any headset really.

Someone else replied to me

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Re: Bluetooth earpiece with settable PIN? 2008-06-20
Jarrod Frates (jfrates ml gmail com)
On Fri, Jun 20, 2008 at 1:04 PM, Raul Siles <raul.siles (at) gmail (dot) com [email concealed]> wrote:
> Hi Jarrod,
> Are you probably referring to the Bluetooth v2.1 specification?

It might be that. I've seen some devices supporting v2.1, but a lot
of even the newest phones seem to still be on v2.0. Kind of
frustrating that

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Bluetooth earpiece with settable PIN? 2008-06-20
Jarrod Frates (jfrates ml gmail com) (1 replies)
Does anyone know of any Bluetooth earpieces out there with settable
PINs? Aside from exchanging the hassle of dragging cables with me for
both convenience and improved security starting on 01 July (new law in
California about driving and hands-free calling), I'd like to be able
to play more in-dept

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Re: Bluetooth earpiece with settable PIN? 2008-06-20
Sean Brackeen (seanieb64 gmail com)
Consider Bruce Thread Dead 2008-06-19
Seth Fogie (seth fogieonline com)
As requested by several people, this thread is done...

The following is the last post.

Robin - you're on probation :)

Subject:
RE: Bruce doesn't secure his wireless
From:
"John Crowley" <john_crowley (at) designreactor (dot) com [email concealed]>
Date:
Thu, 19 Jun 2008 10:35:48 -0700
To:
<wifisec (at) securityfocus (dot) com [email concealed]>

Having

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RE: Bruce doesn't secure his wireless 2008-06-19
Bahrs, Art (Arthur Bahrs providence org)
Hmmm ... An interesting thought... Could Bruce have more than one home network?

He said he didn't lock down his home network ... Not that he didn't secure any and all networks in the premises.. How many of us have more than 1 networks at the house?

Just a thought ... After all there is always '

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Re: Bruce doesn't secure his wireless 2008-06-18
Rob Fuller (jd mubix gmail com) (1 replies)
Blaine,

I completely agree with a number of your points, and I don't expect
everyone to go out and setup WPA2 w/ Radius servers in their home.
However, no matter who is in front of my house, I am not underestimating
them. But I would personally be more worried that since my wireless was
uns

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Re: Bruce doesn't secure his wireless 2008-06-19
Blaine Fleming (groups digital-z com) (1 replies)
Re: Bruce doesn't secure his wireless 2008-06-19
Peter (peter1512 gmail com)
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