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mister_x Blog post: Aircrack-ng packages
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-^8 Oct 2018|Blog post: Aircrack-ng packages|As mentioned in our [[https://​​2018/​09/aircrack-ng-14.html|1.4 release ​blog post]], we are now providing package repositories for a number ​of Linux distributions:​ Debian, Ubuntu, OpenSuse, Fedora, RHEL, CentOS ​and a few others. \\ \\ Getting this done for so many distributions (and multiple version of each) wasn't an easy feat but we're now automatically building packages for releases and, for the adventurous ones, each commit in our GitHub repository is packaged too, in a separate repositoryHead to our [[​aircrack-ng-packages.html|blog post]] for more details ​and how to use it. \\ \\ If you just want to install one of the repositories (git or release), head over to our [[| repository]].+^07 Nov 2018|Blog post: Continuous Integration/​Contious Delivery|We have been using a lot of different tools and fined tuned them to provide us better and better information which has contributed to increase code quality over time. [[https://​​2018/​11/continuous-integrationcontious-delivery.html|This blog post]] ​gives an overview ​of our current CI/CD infrastructure ​and some future improvements ​we are working on.
-^29 Sep 2018|Aircrack-ng 1.4|We'​re ​on a roll, this is the third release of the year. We are still focusing a lot on code quality, while fixing bugs, improving all around and adding features: \\ - PMKID cracking \\ - Cracking capture files with 802.11w \\ - Speed and memory usage improvement when loading (large) files with Aircrack-ng and Airdecap-ng \\ - Packages for Linux distributions and Windows \\ - CI/CD tweaks and improvements \\ - New tests \\ More details can be found in our [[​aircrack-ng-14.html|blog post]].+^15 Oct 2018|Blog post: Using Qemu to run a Big Endian Debian system|[[|PCAP]], IVS and [[​doku.php?​id=hccapx#​detailed_structure|hashcat]] capture files contain headers that store timestamps and other fields as integer valuesIn most cases, we'​re ​dealing with the same [[|endianness]] (little), so this isn't too big of a deal but when a program needs to run on both big and little endian, values needs to be swapped to read the values as they were stored\\ \\ We have quite a few buildbots to handle a lot of test cases and while we're taking care of swapping for endianness in most cases, ​[[https://​​aircrack-ng/​aircrack-ng/​issues/1968|one bug]] slipped through the netThis is a good opportunity ​to create ​a [[https://​​2018/​10/to-be-or-not-to-be-using-qemu-to-run.html|MIPS big endian system using QEMU and Debian]] as a guest so we can possibly ​use it later on as another buildbot.|
-^16 Sep 2018|Blog post: Debian and FreeBSD on QEMU with MMX-only CPU|A recent bug (and [[https://​​aircrack-ng/​aircrack-ng/​pull/1943|PR]]) was opened, aircrack-ng couldn'​t be built with MMX using a i586 toolchainFinding computers without SSE2 nowadays ​is not easy and it is even harder ​to find distribution that supports them. \\ In [[https://​​2018/​09/debian-and-freebsd-on-qemu-with-mmx.html|this blog post]]we use [[https://​​|qemu]] to emulate a Pentium 2 and a Pentium MMX and use distributions that still work on them to test the bug.|+
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