Kismac with linksys problems.

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  1. itsover954

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    nevermind had to find different usb drivers
     
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    can you post an EDU on how to use kismac in general?
     
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    afaik kismac only works with B cards, which will really only attack B clients... get linux up and running and aircrack-ng.
     
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    Got it working but can't reinject packets, says the network is not responding.
     
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    Are you sure you have the right linksys adapter? I bought one without really researching it and I got version 2 of the WUSB adapter which doesn't have the right Prism chipset in it.
     
  7. TheWeasel

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    Exactly. KisMAC can really only crack 802.11b networks. On top of that, there needs to be an 802.11b user on the network and transmitting data at the time to be able to crack it. Not all that useful anymore unless you can find a WEP encrypted network (not a lot around anymore) that has someone with an old computer that is using 802.11b instead of g making use of it.
     
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    It was a strange enough experience to get use to OSX from PC. Don't know the slightest about all that.
     
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    IcyHot4Life Str8 Ballin'

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    not exactly. The kismac "usb-drivers" branch in the SVN repository has good support for ralink 54g chipsets; I've used it successfully before, last build I remember using was r232. I just wish the project had more developers, it's really lost steam lately...
     
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    I checked the wiki a month ago and it just said that they didnt have enough time for ralink :dunno:
     
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    maybe they didn't complete the intended featureset, but it definitely works with the RT53 chipset adapter I have. I don't remember if I tried to packet-inject on it, but it was definitely working otherwise :dunno:
     

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