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  1. Hello all, Kinda long time since I have posted here, so here it goes. I have been looking into RFID for some time now and have bought a RFID reader (one that reads only 125KHz). I now want to do a project on RFID for college and was looking for a file that would show me how to build an RFID Reader/Writer. So far I have came up empty handed, and now and looking for you guys to help. If any of you guys could post here a link or document that could help me build an unit that can read ISO 14443B cards and write to them that would be great. I have look to Google for answer but still no cigar. Look forward to seeing the post on here. Take care, biosphear
  2. Will they still offer it for free. I remember when some programs were bought, you had to pay for them. I forget it now, but some password cracker bought by Semantic or something, If I remember right. Well hope all turns out for the best.
  3. Will they still offer it for free. I remember when some programs were bought, you had to pay for them. I forget it now, but some password cracker bought by Semantic or something, If I remember right. Well hope all turns out for the best.
  4. Have you verified this card to use with Windows in promiscuous mode? I have cards that work wonders in Linux, but are hard to get them to do what I want them to do in Windows (I have one card that works perfectly, but it is about to die). Correct If I remember right.
  5. Sometimes with Cain and Abel you can have everything correct in your settings, and still have some problems. As a personal example. I have a Dell 140m that I use for testing with domain security. It has Windows XP SP3 on it, and an Athuros 5XXX mini PCI wireless card. When I tried running Cain and Abel on it (When it was on a workgroup) it did crap. No ARP injection, cannot see anything in the network, nothing. It worked on the network, it could get to the Internet, it could see other systems I had setup to test it on, but it would not work with Cain and Abel. It turns out that CA does not support that hardware. So the computer is crap with CA (but lucky that is not what I used it for). Best bet would try CA on another computer and see your results on that. I tried Cain and Abel on another laptop I had laying around (HP DV-6000) and it work like a champ. To get to the point, I think it would be hardware. Hope this helps.
  6. Now I don't want to rain on your gravy train, but as stated by others, they state that there are some limitations with this. So you only see one way, yes this is helpful, and also a great find, but it is not that you can get into their network (that is what it sounds like). I guess we will have to see on 9/25/2009 to see what they really have to show.
  7. Anyone in these areas send me a PM. I want to start a new group meeting at least once a month, if not more. Lets gt like mindied people together, and see what we can do!!! Later, biosphear
  8. I have never been able to crack WPA2. If you have a video of you doing it or someone else I would love to see it. That is true. Just the simple things can make a real difference when it comes to system security. One would think it is common senses, but that is not always the case...Sadly. I am glad you guys are reading this, and seem to like it. biosphear
  9. That is what I was thinking as well. LOL. Epic, just Epic.
  10. Do you by any chance think there is a New World Order, or that the Earth will end on 12/21/2012 at 1700. Try to post on prison planet, they would love to hear what you have to say. Yes there are satellites, yes there is technology to track people, yes there is people to do harm to others, but this has been going on for a long long time. Hope your dreams don't go down like the Obama's approval rating, but I think your post would be more accepted some place else (That is my thought on the matter, and I am not talking for BinRev, I am only talking for myself). biosphear
  11. Best thing I could tell you is return it fro were you/who ever got it and get a new one. Sounds like you have gotten one that is DOA, or is about to die anyway. Also, not to be the Cisco Nazi, but this product is maid by Linksys. Yes Linksys is a division of Cisco, but that is like saying, "I own a Mercedes Benz, when you really just own a Chrysler", and then you make the argument, "Well Chrysler is a division of Mercedes". Just a side note. Well tell us how it goes. I am interested to see what this could be (even though my solution does noting to find out what it could be ). biosphear
  12. Well technically the are "secured", but what people do not see is that WEP is a false sense of security, and it is made even worse with this Problem that Verizon has with their routers. So it is left to default, but it has security. only about 1% did not have any security. Thanks for replay, and I will proof read it again to catch anything else. biosphear
  13. Don't you hate it when MS wins. I don't In fact I wish they would win in this game all the time. Of course if they did I would not have as much work as I do.
  14. OK. I found it. The why it works and step by step for the 20 WEP pass-phrases in 30 Seconds. This can be done on the routers that Verizon gives out when you sign up for FiOS. Read the PDF (so anyone can open it), and tell me what you think. Take care, biosphear FiOS ExP.pdf
  15. Congrats for the Win. 3-4 minutes is for 104 bit WEP (Also known as 128 bit. 104bit+24IV= 128. I think I have covered that already, but just in case). And do you have a video of you cracking it in 1:30. I would like to see how you did it. And once again. Once I find my walk through, I will post how to get 20 WEP Passwords in 30 seconds. biosphear.