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injection_test [2012/08/17 23:30]
jano [Usage]
injection_test [2013/04/25 11:17]
jano [Airserv-ng Test] Minor Update
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   * -9 means injection test.  Long form is -''''-test.    * -9 means injection test.  Long form is -''''-test. 
   * -e teddy is the network name (SSID).  This is optional.   * -e teddy is the network name (SSID).  This is optional.
-  * -00:de:ad:ca:fe:00 ath0 is MAC address of the access point (BSSID). This is optional.+  * -00:de:ad:ca:fe:00 ath0 is MAC address of the access point (BSSID). This is optional.
   * -i wlan1 is interface name of the second card if you want to determine which attacks your card supports.  This interfaces acts as an AP and receives packets.  This is optional.   * -i wlan1 is interface name of the second card if you want to determine which attacks your card supports.  This interfaces acts as an AP and receives packets.  This is optional.
   * wlan0 is the interface name or airserv-ng IP Address plus port number.  This interface is used to send packets.  For example - 127.0.0.1:666. (Mandatory)   * wlan0 is the interface name or airserv-ng IP Address plus port number.  This interface is used to send packets.  For example - 127.0.0.1:666. (Mandatory)
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 ==== Airserv-ng Test ==== ==== Airserv-ng Test ====
  
-Run the following command:+Run Airserv-ng: 
 + 
 +   airserv-ng -d wlan0 
 + 
 +The system responds: 
 + 
 +   Opening card wlan0 
 +   Setting chan 1 
 +   Opening sock port 666 
 +   Serving wlan0 chan 1 on port 666 
 + 
 +Then run the following command:
  
    aireplay-ng -9 127.0.0.1:666    aireplay-ng -9 127.0.0.1:666
injection_test.txt · Last modified: 2013/04/25 11:17 by jano