tekio

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  1. No. On Ubuntu or Debian it is a simple apt-get install aircrack-ng. Even if it needs to be compiled from source I've never ran into any situations where the standard, ./config. make, make install doesn't work. Not sure of all the needed dependencies, but most are just the standard Unix build tools. The only complicated part can be patching the drivers. Like I said, MadWifi are from my experiences the easiest. If your unsure of the patch command just copy and paste from the instructions at the Aircrack-ng website: http://www.aircrack-ng.org/doku.php?id=madwifi-ng, It is always good to use the man pages to know exactly what your doing though. If for nothing else you'll learn from the experience that way.
  2. What chipsets do you prefer? I'm always interested in trying something better. My only complaint about the some of the better Realtek and Ralink chipsets is that they come in a limited variety of adapter/cards and are usually only found on USB models. I always prefer either PCMCIA or PC Express as they are much more convenient to carry around and do not get damaged as easily as big 2" extension sticking out of a poorly designed connector. I've just broke too many otherwise decent WiFi adapters because USB ports are just not designed for a 3" dongle pointing out it. Also, it is really a pain walking around a building with a 2' cable extending from an otherwise compact laptop. From my experiences Atheros 3rd party drivers are designed well, and by far better supported than any other manufacturer. From MadWiFi to Wildpackets to Commview products most of their chipsets are covered. If I do not need to use WiFi tools with 3rd party drivers the internal cards in the laptop will usually suffice. Or if extended range is needed my Ubiquiti SRC and SRX are very powerful and allow me to use most any 3rd part antenna. I would love to see a good PC Express card with either the Realtek 8187L (not even sure it is practical) or Ralink RT73, but to my knowledge there is none out there. EDIT: IMO Atheros does a great job of designing the chipsets to be compact. That is another reason I like them.
  3. I once worked for an ISP and they even demanded a court order from "the men in black" before giving up personal info. for accused scum. I might add they were rather quick to give up general demographic and generalized personal information to companies that offered $$$$. Of course it was cleverly disguised by ad execs of better targeting the intended audience. EDIT: if you want to find more out about someone, getting an email address and learning to SE can go a long way... EDIT: just wanted to add: if you google the IP sometimes you'll get lucky! I once got some really good info from an old forum where the person posted and logged the ip addresses with the post. Most are DHCP though. Even dedicated connection providers change the ip often enough to make paying for a dedicated ip needful. It is worth a try. Sometimes you will find firewall logs that lead to other interesting endeavors.
  4. I saw it a Defcon a few years back: http://www.synacklabs.net/projects/morph/ Not sure what kernel it needs, but it was leet as heck. The o\s can look like Win or FreeBSD from fingerprint analysis. EDIT: My bad. Packet Purgatory probably won't compile on 2.6. Sorry.
  5. http://hackersnightmare.com http://hackersnightmare.com/redirections.txt
  6. read this first" http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/hacker-howto.html
  7. Was that Ubiquiti easy to mount with access to the MMCX connector? Easy enough. M ubiquiti 300srx is a pain in the ass to mount an antenna unless you get the clip on antenna from ubiqiti. otherwise you need to rig up some fucking attachment to hold the pigtail onto the mmcx connector on the card. its pretty fucking lame. ive also had nothing but problems with my srx 300. and it gets suuuuper fucking hot too. Ya, I've got the SRX too. I've found the SRC to be 100 times better, though it is PCMCIA. I have a question for you LUCKY_FUCKIN_CHARMS: about 30 minutes ago my HP 2133 arrived. Have you found a PC Express (besides the SRX) card that will fit in these and do promiscuous, inject and RF mode? EDIT: i was thinking about trying this one: http://www.eofficedirect.com/PBLKF5D8073/B...0Mbps.html--kFC. I'm having trouble identifying its chipset though. I belive there is one by dlink i cant remember the exact model but youre better off doing what i did and just get an express card to cardbus adapter, that gives you alot more flexiblility and you can use all your existing cards with your mini. i use this on my mini note and my xps m1330. True. I just found out the Belkin has a Ralink 2680. THat will support Wildpacket's Omnipeek, but no injection. To use externally I've got the 500mw Alpha. I would really like to get something that is compact like a PC Express form-factor. thanks! EDIT: just found the Dlink. It is the dwa-643 and has an Atheros chipset that works with Aircrack-ng thanks again!
  8. Was that Ubiquiti easy to mount with access to the MMCX connector? Easy enough. M ubiquiti 300srx is a pain in the ass to mount an antenna unless you get the clip on antenna from ubiqiti. otherwise you need to rig up some fucking attachment to hold the pigtail onto the mmcx connector on the card. its pretty fucking lame. ive also had nothing but problems with my srx 300. and it gets suuuuper fucking hot too. Ya, I've got the SRX too. I've found the SRC to be 100 times better, though it is PCMCIA. I have a question for you LUCKY_FUCKIN_CHARMS: about 30 minutes ago my HP 2133 arrived. Have you found a PC Express (besides the SRX) card that will fit in these and do promiscuous, inject and RF mode? EDIT: i was thinking about trying this one: http://www.eofficedirect.com/PBLKF5D8073/B...0Mbps.html--kFC. I'm having trouble identifying its chipset though.
  9. When windows checks for address conflicts it will send an ARP request, If the ARP is answered another machine does have the same IP address. To solve it you could change the IP address on one of the machines that are conflicting. Another solution would be to use DHCP which will automatically assign the IP and should keep a record of currently allocated IP addresses Also, you could take the machine that is giving the error offline. Then run a pingsweep with nmap's -sP option. This should list the MAC addresses along with the IP address of hosts on the network. EDIT: when the nmap pingsweep is ran it should also state the vendor of the NIC from the first 6 bytes of the MAC address.
  10. I have an RCA DHD-532 cable modem. The weird thing about this particular model is it has no Web-interface to configure the device. However, it does run SNMP so I'm thinking that could be used to configure such settings as WLAN/LAN IP address, VOIP, etc... Searching google I've found no default community string for the device and tried all possible common guesses at the community string. When I called RCA and tried to SE the community string they were able to identify the device as issued from comacast, and denied my request. Does anyone know what the community string for this device could be or have a serial# to a non-comcast device so I could try again to SE it from tech-support? I know there are tools to brute-force this. Last time I tried the HD of my laptop died after about 2 solid days through the attack. thanx! EDIT: device is dhg-532 not dhd-532
  11. isn't a network an extender(s) a small box you can relay ethenet cable signals so you can have a longer cable then normal? or a small wifi box that allows wifi from a bigger network. why would you need more then one. You are thinking of an active bridge /repeater and WDS to extend a 802.11 network. A booster is simply a device that will boost the signal. This can be a typical antenna with a higher gain or an actual amplifier. For a while Buffalo made a 802.11 wifi router with a built in amplifier. It was later discontinued because the FCC felt it did not fall within frequency regulations for 2.4Ghz or 5.8Ghz spectrum. An extender , I believe, is the process of using and configuring WDS to extend the range of a WiFi 802.11 network with multiple APs. However, if one shops at the correct place it is easy to get an 802.11 2.4Ghz amplifier. You'd just have to check a box declaring you're a government employee or enlister in the military with ability to legally use such a high-powered device. EDIT: I always thought that was kinda weird because both 2.4Ghz and 5.8Ghz are public frequencies in the US. EDIT: the practical use for extending WDS with multiple wireless APs is to create a constant WiFi signal in a large area. If WDS is set up correctly users are able to go through out an entire building and never need to reconect to the nework or use a different internet connection.
  12. Was that Ubiquiti easy to mount with access to the MMCX connector?
  13. Sounds like you're not getting any ARP broadcasts to re-inject. If that is the problem use the chopchop and packetforge-ng method (link below). You could also try to ping an ip with WLAN client. That should force an ARP broadcast. Also make sure you are associated with the AP. If a router is configured to broadcast SSDP the chopchop/packetforge-ng attack can break WEP in about 15 minutes. chopchop authenticated tutorial EDIT: You are probably capturing management/beacon packets. To get weak IVs they must be data packets.
  14. it is part of his book, Hacker's Nightmare. I think he used the redirect script to hide the fact some of the links actually belong to someone else and are not hosted on his server. I included it in the post because it gives a basic idea of what his book covers. Has anyone noticed the price? even though it is in Australian currency it is still quite expensive.
  15. if you don't have any data that is important you should be able to enter an incorrect passwd 10 times. After 10 failed authentication attempts the BB should erase all data and restore to factory settings.
  16. If you go for the Eee PC steer clear of the 900 series models with a single 16GB SSD Older models have 1 x 4gb that is fast and 1 x 12gb slower SSD for storage. The 900 series with a single SSD are very slow. So much so the system is unusable with out some serious tweaking. I've also got a 1000 series and an HP 2133. I'd recommend both the 1000 series and the HP. The 1000 series even has a ralink n/b/g wireless that iss compatible with Wildpacket's drivers. If you go for the Dell mini9 just make sure the SSD has decent read/write speed or get a fast SD card for booting the OS. The eee 900 w/ 16GB SSD only writes 6mb per second. Linux runs a lot better on the slower SSD than Windows. Hope that helps a bit. EDIT: SSD read/write benchmarks eee pc 901 with 16GB SSD
  17. Your site, http://www.rest0re.org is nice. Good content. :voteyes:
  18. Portreporter is good utility that will log TCP and UDP connections.
  19. http://www.pick-up-artist-forum.com/
  20. Xubuntu could be worth trying out. Either putting in more RAM or changing the window manager to Fluxbox or Blackbox would help. EDIT: I run Debian Etch on a Pentium 120Mhz, 500MB RAM, 12GB HD. Not using or installing X, simple security apps like nmap and Hping3 run well. The box is also set up as a LAMP coding/testing/configuration server. When running apps like Nessus (even from the console only) it is unusable for the most part.
  21. You gotta love their Privacy Policy: http://www.summit-ent.com/privacy.php#4datashare
  22. See here is another good example of someone hating on windows, and not even knowing what theyre talking about. you obviously have no clue of how computer architecture, and hardware has the final say on memory allocation. even most 64bit processors have an artificial limit on how much memory they can address, and just because you have a 64 or 32 bit processor, the rest of your hardware configuration can limit how much memory your computer is able to address. "ZOMG WINDOWS SUCKS CUZ I CANT HAZ MAH 400GIGS OF RAMZ" most of my laptops that run vista have 3 gigs of ram, two of them have 2gigs, and the most i have in any of my computers is 4 gigs, and thats always been more than enough for anything ive needed to do. and ive never seen a 150meg hardware driver before, you should learn the difference between printer application suite and actual printer driver. so basically vista limits the amount of ram to around 3 gigs unless you have a chipset that supports 4, the reason they do this is so that there arent any driver compatibility issues when you have other devices installed such as video cards. with the correct chipset and sp1 vista will report you as having 4 gigs of ram. so you can stfu about that now. and dont forget theres always readyboost which can help a little too if you have the right flash drive. so to recap you need a motherboard with a chipset that supports at least 8gigs of memory space, or any chipsets that support recent socket939 amd processors and later, or any amd proc with an integrated memory controller, which is pretty much any amd proc you can buy today, the cpu has to support x64, and you need a mobo that The BIOS must support the memory remapping feature. so dont blame it on windows, they just doing their thang to make sure all your goddamn hardware will work together. Word. Most consumer gear is limited, thus targeted to consumers. For professional work running Windows with the Xeon architecture will dramatically increase memory addressing potential.
  23. do not mess with Irongeek. Not only is he buff as heck but has got an AK-47 hanging on his wall as well. Just out of curiosity is that thing functioning? EDIT: it is kinda weird to have it stored with the clip.
  24. It is difficult to design an OS that does not suck to somebody. Each is designed with features that appeal to some and suck to others. OSX, Windows, Linux, and FreeBSD all have features that appeal to me. In my experiences 90% of Windows kernel panics are caused from poorly written 3rd party drivers or faulty hardware. When MS is responsible it seems the issue is resolved quickly (every issue I've encountered anyway). Only twice have I needed to install 3rd party drivers for OSX. The first was a WiFi driver for the Prism 2.5 chipset. That would kernel panic the OS every five minutes. The other driver was for a Realtek chipset. It beach balls every time the client utility attempts to power cycle the radio (probably an issue with the client utility and not the driver). IMO the Unix developer base, on average are much more competent than those of other operating systems. I would also speculate having access to the kernel's source code would effect the task of developing its drivers in a positive manner. To join in on the fun. I've always hated the MS implementation of Netbios/SMB file sharing. It seems prone to random failures that after careful inspection and protocol analysis can only be answered as glitches in the matrix To-boot, it is clunky as heck when transferring large files. Never had any troubles with SAMBA though. EDIT: up to Windows 3.11, ME is the only version I've never used once. Perhaps I'll get a copy from ebay to run in a VM. For me, it would be interesting to know if it is lame as everyone claims.
  25. It's 160 bits, so it's probably SHA-1 and not MD5. This is what you need to read to understand why you can't simply "decrypt" this hash. Oops. Thank you ohm. I had made that post from my phone. I have trouble reading the small display sometimes.