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interactive_packet_replay [2007/11/27 20:57]
darkaudax
interactive_packet_replay [2008/12/02 21:21]
darkaudax Fixed typos.
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 So the aireplay-ng filter options we require to select these packets are: So the aireplay-ng filter options we require to select these packets are:
  
-  * -b 00:​14:​6C:​7E:​40:​80 selects ​packes ​with the MAC of the access point we are interested in+  * -b 00:​14:​6C:​7E:​40:​80 selects ​packets ​with the MAC of the access point we are interested in
   * -d FF:​FF:​FF:​FF:​FF:​FF selects packets with a broadcast destination   * -d FF:​FF:​FF:​FF:​FF:​FF selects packets with a broadcast destination
   * -t 1 selects packets with the "To Distribution System"​ flag set on   * -t 1 selects packets with the "To Distribution System"​ flag set on
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 Next, we will look at packets which need to be manipulated in order to be successfully replayed by the access point. ​ The objective, as always, is to have the access point rebroadcast the packet you inject and generate a new IV.  As simple as it sounds, the only selection criteria you need is the "-t 1" to select packets going to the distribution system (ethernet): Next, we will look at packets which need to be manipulated in order to be successfully replayed by the access point. ​ The objective, as always, is to have the access point rebroadcast the packet you inject and generate a new IV.  As simple as it sounds, the only selection criteria you need is the "-t 1" to select packets going to the distribution system (ethernet):
  
-  * -b 00:​14:​6C:​7E:​40:​80 selects ​packes ​with the MAC of the access point we are interested in+  * -b 00:​14:​6C:​7E:​40:​80 selects ​packets ​with the MAC of the access point we are interested in
   * -t 1 selects packets with the "To Distribution System"​ flag set on   * -t 1 selects packets with the "To Distribution System"​ flag set on
  
 We don't care what the destination MAC address is.  This because in this case we will modify the packet being injected. ​ The following options will result in the packet looking like a "​natural"​ packet above. ​ Here are the options required: We don't care what the destination MAC address is.  This because in this case we will modify the packet being injected. ​ The following options will result in the packet looking like a "​natural"​ packet above. ​ Here are the options required:
  
-  * -p 0841 sets the Frame Control Field such that the packet looks like it is being sent from a wireless client to the access point.+  * -p 0841 sets the Frame Control Field such that the packet looks like it is being sent from a wireless client to the access point.  IE Set the "To DS" field to 1.
   * -c FF:​FF:​FF:​FF:​FF:​FF sets the destination MAC address to be a broadcast. ​ This is required to cause the AP to replay the packet and thus getting the new IV.   * -c FF:​FF:​FF:​FF:​FF:​FF sets the destination MAC address to be a broadcast. ​ This is required to cause the AP to replay the packet and thus getting the new IV.
  
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   * -2 means interactive replay   * -2 means interactive replay
-  * -b 00:​14:​6C:​7E:​40:​80 selects ​packes ​with the MAC of the access point we are interested in+  * -b 00:​14:​6C:​7E:​40:​80 selects ​packets ​with the MAC of the access point we are interested in
   * -d FF:​FF:​FF:​FF:​FF:​FF selects packets with a broadcast destination   * -d FF:​FF:​FF:​FF:​FF:​FF selects packets with a broadcast destination
   * -t 1 selects packets with the "To Distribution System"​ flag set on   * -t 1 selects packets with the "To Distribution System"​ flag set on
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   * -2 means interactive replay   * -2 means interactive replay
-  * -b 00:​14:​6C:​7E:​40:​80 selects ​packes ​with the MAC of the access point we are interested in+  * -b 00:​14:​6C:​7E:​40:​80 selects ​packets ​with the MAC of the access point we are interested in.
   * -t 1 selects packets with the "To Distribution System"​ flag set on   * -t 1 selects packets with the "To Distribution System"​ flag set on
   * -c FF:​FF:​FF:​FF:​FF:​FF sets the destination MAC address to be a broadcast. ​ This is required to cause the AP to replay the packet and thus getting the new IV.   * -c FF:​FF:​FF:​FF:​FF:​FF sets the destination MAC address to be a broadcast. ​ This is required to cause the AP to replay the packet and thus getting the new IV.
-  * -p 0841 sets the Frame Control Field such that the packet looks like it is being sent from a wireless client.+  * -p 0841 sets the Frame Control Field such that the packet looks like it is being sent from a wireless client.  IE Set the "To DS" field to 1.
   * ath0 is the wireless interface   * ath0 is the wireless interface
  
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   * -2 means the interactive replay attack   * -2 means the interactive replay attack
-  * -p 0841 sets the Frame Control Field such that the packet looks like it is being sent from a wireless client.+  * -p 0841 sets the Frame Control Field such that the packet looks like it is being sent from a wireless client.  IE Set the "To DS" field to 1.
   * -c FF:​FF:​FF:​FF:​FF:​FF sets the destination MAC address to be a broadcast. ​ This is required to cause the AP to replay the packet and thus getting the new IV.   * -c FF:​FF:​FF:​FF:​FF:​FF sets the destination MAC address to be a broadcast. ​ This is required to cause the AP to replay the packet and thus getting the new IV.
   * -b 00:​14:​6C:​7E:​40:​80 is the MAC address of the access point (BSSID). ​ This is a filter to select a single AP.   * -b 00:​14:​6C:​7E:​40:​80 is the MAC address of the access point (BSSID). ​ This is a filter to select a single AP.
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   * -2 means the interactive replay attack   * -2 means the interactive replay attack
-  * -p 0841 sets the Frame Control Field such that the packet looks like it is being sent from a wireless client.+  * -p 0841 sets the Frame Control Field such that the packet looks like it is being sent from a wireless client.  IE Set the "To DS" field to 1.
   * -m 68 is the minimum packet length   * -m 68 is the minimum packet length
   *  -n 86 is the maximum packet length ​   *  -n 86 is the maximum packet length ​
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   * -2 means the interactive replay attack   * -2 means the interactive replay attack
-  * -p 0841 sets the Frame Control Field such that the packet looks like it is being sent from a wireless client.+  * -p 0841 sets the Frame Control Field such that the packet looks like it is being sent from a wireless client.  IE Set the "To DS" field to 1.
   * -c FF:​FF:​FF:​FF:​FF:​FF NOTE: This is not included because an ARP packet already has the destination MAC address set to broadcast.   * -c FF:​FF:​FF:​FF:​FF:​FF NOTE: This is not included because an ARP packet already has the destination MAC address set to broadcast.
   * -b 00:​14:​6C:​7E:​40:​80 is the MAC address of the access point (BSSID). ​ This is a filter to select a single AP.   * -b 00:​14:​6C:​7E:​40:​80 is the MAC address of the access point (BSSID). ​ This is a filter to select a single AP.
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