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  1. Here's a guide for doing this in Windows: http://www.thetazzone.com/tutorial-crack-wep-with-aircrack-inject-packets-windows/ I recommend starting the command prompt in administrator mode. Click Start and type cmd in the search then when the cmd.exe is in the list, right-click and RunAsAdministrator. The reason compatibility mode worked for you is because it gave you administrator privilege. That said, I would recommend a linux distro to do this as the aircrack-ng is native to linux. If you have Ubuntu you can just: sudo apt-get install aircrack-ng nmap wireshark kismet etc etc etc etc etc
  2. 6 cores? wha???

  3. You can do it with just vmware player. There's no need to get all complicated with an advanced setup. It sounds like you're connected since you found 3 open hosts. Were you expecting something else? You would have to have more services running in order to see more open ports. To open up some ports go to ControlPanel, Programs, TurnWindowsFeaturesOnOrOff then enable IIS, Telnet Server and TCPIP services. This will get you more open ports to play with. Here's some helpful information that led me into finally getting a meterpreter shell in a windows box. http://www.offensive-security.com/metasploit-unleashed/
  4. If you've never used linux before, I'd go with the most popular one: ubuntu. Then once you're comfortable with the shell and get to know how config files work make an attempt at gentoo. That's pretty much how I did it and realized how pointless the steps for installing gentoo really are in this day and age, besides just for learning of course. You don't have to go with ubuntu though, anything will get you primed really. Just pay attention to what package management systems you'll be using with them. Ubuntu uses debian style (.deb), fedora uses redhat style(.rpm), freebsd uses ports(source), gentoo uses emerge(omggaylol)....etc...
  5. I don't know. I think the only people who are against public disclosure are the authorities who want to protect their systems. oh, and hacking WEP isn't that easy to learn. It's easy once you get it, but there is some learning curve. To me, 1337 h4x0rs can have their glory. Brag all you want. Why let that bother you? Times have changed and the name hacker doesn't mean what it used to in the 90's. It's not like a badge of honor or some shit. I'd rather not allow people to call me a hacker because it's been tainted with ass-wipe. Well language is a funny thing, I suppose it would mean different things to different people. I don't mean to offend anyone, I'm just 100% FOR the open exchange of information which is pretty much the WHOLE IDEA behind the public internet.
  6. Blackhat? I understood a blackhat to mean a penetration tester that goes in completely blind as opposed to a whitehat that goes in WITH information about a network to test a specific area. Both of which are legitimate paid professions.
  7. If using vmware I totally recommend bagside VMs, he's got frickin everything. http://bagside.com/bagvapp/index.html
  8. I wasn't trying to make any inference otherwise. I guess I should have elaborated more. If you didn't file with the police though you will never get your laptop back. Unless the thief suddenly decides to give it back to you.
  9. Just do everything on the wire side static. And your routers are actually switches with built-in DHCP. The PC would be considered a router IF it's routing internet to the XBox because the eth0 interface is on another subnet. Basically make the XBox 192.168.2.20 Make eth0 192.168.2.10 You can leave wlan0 on DHCP as it's getting it from the internet gateway anyways. An easy GUI way to route internet to the XBox is to run Firestarter firewall and enable internet connection sharing. If that's what you want. Alternatively you could change the DHCP scope in the second router to avoid conflicts. [X]---(eth0) PC (wlan0)---(www) 192.168.2.x | 192.168.1.x (DHCP) Subnet 2 Subnet 1
  10. If they're a thief they probably sold it to someone and you could be going after someone who just got duped.
  11. Cain does so many things that just one tool doesn't replace it. Sounds like what you're looking for is ettercap for ARP spoofing. Is there anything else you use it for? Autoscan-network as a good graphical network scanner.
  12. I'm excited about Ubuntu 9.10. It's supposed to have the fix for Intel graphics drivers so I can get compositing back, I have it now but I had to upgrade the kernel to 2.6.30 plus upgrade xserver-xorg and some other junk. Plus ext4 is supposed to be default. Maybe then they'll have fixed the ath5k driver too. I've recently become a fan of PCBSD though too. It's FreeBSD but with a KDE4 frontend. Very nice except for the UFS filesystem is a bit slower than ext4 and the bootloader has been buggy for windows. Maybe it would help not to multi-boot 4 OS's at a time.
  13. Well, if it is actually associating okay then that rules out the radio. Must be a networking issue. Double check netmask and gateway for a static assignment I suppose. I can't understand why it wouldn't work unless it's not actually coming out of monitor mode properly.
  14. Bro, FreeNAS has a firewall built-in, as I have just discovered. You're all set, IMO. Besides, if you're behind a router you're also protected as long as it's not forwarding ports. That's a firewall.
  15. This may be similar to what you're trying to accomplish... You can do it by using the host to just be a host for the VMs and run a small firewall/gateway alongside your giant NAS-monster. I built a headless toy box for kinda the same purpose except mines to play with VMs for learning. I got the cheapest low-power stuff I could find a stuffed it into a portable-ish case along with an old used 80GB HDD. Put 9.04 server 64bit on it and installed VirtualBox 2.2 64-bit. Here's the crap I purchased: Celeron 430, 4GB RAM, MicroATX Mobo, Case with a handle, Wireless-N card. So I have tried 3 firewall VMs so far: Smoothwall, IPCOP and pfSense. I can turn them off and on at will using VBoxManage and VBoxHeadless at the CLI. I actually wrote little scripts to type long commands for me cause I'm lazy. Anyways I use the wireless as the RED interface (bridged) and the onboard ethernet as the GREEN interface (bridged). I have the host associate with a "public wireless AP" but don't assign it an IP address. I let the firewall distro boot up and get it's DHCP address from the net so I only have one visible IP and my host isn't so vulnerable. So then my green interface plugs into my wireless router LAN port and serves up internet to my whole house. Note this machine doesn't have any human interface, I log into SSH through the network. Initial configuration of VMs at the CLI can be a pain with VBoxManage so I installed xserver and use 'ssh -X user@ipaddress VirtualBox' which will send me the virtualbox GUI remotely. I use it to install a VM too but then I shut it down and start it with VBoxHeadless so that I can TS-Client in on the RDP port I assigned the VM. This way I can also exit out of the SSH console. I also have a JeOS LAMP server and a Server2008 all packed in there with room to spare. I have been working on a way to get the VM firewall to act as the gateway for the host like mirrorshades said but came up with the same results. I'm sure there has to be a way, I just haven't found it yet.