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airodump-ng [2018/04/11 18:47]
mister_x [Usage] Added HT options
airodump-ng [2019/08/17 23:06]
mister_x [What's the meaning of the fields displayed by airodump-ng ?] Improving fields
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       --output-format       --output-format
                   <​formats>​ : Output format. Possible values:                   <​formats>​ : Output format. Possible values:
-                              pcap, ivs, csv, gps, kismet, netxml+                              pcap, ivs, csv, gps, kismet, netxml, logcsv
                               Short format "​-o"​                               Short format "​-o"​
                               The option can be specified multiple times. ​ In this case, each file format                               The option can be specified multiple times. ​ In this case, each file format
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 |# Data|Number of captured data packets (if WEP, unique IV count), including data broadcast packets.| |# Data|Number of captured data packets (if WEP, unique IV count), including data broadcast packets.|
 |#/s|Number of data packets per second measure over the last 10 seconds.| |#/s|Number of data packets per second measure over the last 10 seconds.|
-|CH|Channel number (taken from beacon packets).\\ Note: sometimes packets from other channels are captured even if airodump-ng is not hopping, because of radio interference.| +|CH|Channel number (taken from beacon packets).\\ Note: sometimes packets from other channels are captured even if airodump-ng is not hopping, because of radio interference ​or overlapping channels.| 
-|MB|Maximum speed supported by the AP. If MB = 11, it's 802.11b, if MB = 22 it's 802.11b+ and higher rates are 802.11g. The dot (after 54 above) indicates short preamble is supported. ​ Displays "​e"​ following the MB speed value if the network has QoS enabled.| +|MB|Maximum speed supported by the AP. If MB = 11, it's 802.11b, if MB = 22 it's 802.11b+ and up to 54 are 802.11g. Anything higher is 802.11n or 802.11ac. The dot (after 54 above) indicates short preamble is supported. ​ Displays "​e"​ following the MB speed value if the network has QoS enabled.| 
-|ENC|Encryption algorithm in use. OPN = no encryption,"​WEP?"​ = WEP or higher (not enough data to choose between WEP and WPA/WPA2), WEP (without the question mark) indicates static or dynamic WEP, and WPA or WPA2 if TKIP or CCMP is present.|+|ENC|Encryption algorithm in use. OPN = no encryption,"​WEP?"​ = WEP or higher (not enough data to choose between WEP and WPA/WPA2), WEP (without the question mark) indicates static or dynamic WEP, and WPAWPA2 or WPA3 if TKIP or CCMP is present ​(WPA3 with TKIP allows WPA or WPA2 association,​ pure WPA3 only allows CCMP). OWE is for Opportunistic Wireless Encryption, aka Enhanced Open.|
 |CIPHER|The cipher detected. One of CCMP, WRAP, TKIP, WEP, WEP40, or WEP104. ​ Not mandatory, but TKIP is typically used with WPA and CCMP is typically used with WPA2.  WEP40 is displayed when the key index is greater then 0.  The standard states that the index can be 0-3 for 40bit and should be 0 for 104 bit.| |CIPHER|The cipher detected. One of CCMP, WRAP, TKIP, WEP, WEP40, or WEP104. ​ Not mandatory, but TKIP is typically used with WPA and CCMP is typically used with WPA2.  WEP40 is displayed when the key index is greater then 0.  The standard states that the index can be 0-3 for 40bit and should be 0 for 104 bit.|
 |AUTH|The authentication protocol used. One of MGT (WPA/WPA2 using a separate authentication server), SKA (shared key for WEP), PSK (pre-shared key for WPA/WPA2), or OPN (open for WEP).| |AUTH|The authentication protocol used. One of MGT (WPA/WPA2 using a separate authentication server), SKA (shared key for WEP), PSK (pre-shared key for WPA/WPA2), or OPN (open for WEP).|
 |ESSID|Shows the wireless network name.  The so-called "​SSID",​ which can be empty if SSID hiding is activated. In this case, airodump-ng will try to recover the SSID from probe responses and association requests. ​ See [[airodump-ng#​hidden_ssids_length|this section]] for more information concerning hidden ESSIDs.| |ESSID|Shows the wireless network name.  The so-called "​SSID",​ which can be empty if SSID hiding is activated. In this case, airodump-ng will try to recover the SSID from probe responses and association requests. ​ See [[airodump-ng#​hidden_ssids_length|this section]] for more information concerning hidden ESSIDs.|
 |STATION|MAC address of each associated station or stations searching for an AP to connect with. Clients not currently associated with an AP have a BSSID of "(not associated)"​.| |STATION|MAC address of each associated station or stations searching for an AP to connect with. Clients not currently associated with an AP have a BSSID of "(not associated)"​.|
 +|Rate| Station'​s receive rate, followed by transmit rate. Displays "​e"​ following each rate if the network has QoS enabled.|
 |Lost|The number of data packets lost over the last 10 seconds based on the sequence number. ​ See note below for a more detailed explanation.| |Lost|The number of data packets lost over the last 10 seconds based on the sequence number. ​ See note below for a more detailed explanation.|
 |Packets|The number of data packets sent by the client.| |Packets|The number of data packets sent by the client.|
airodump-ng.txt · Last modified: 2019/08/17 23:06 by mister_x