fifothekid asked:

This attack can be used on a clientless network Usually capturing a packet takes some time, but I had to stimulate an ARP packet by issuing a ping to an unavailable local IP from a wired client This video is based on:

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17 Responses to Backtrack Series – 2: Cracking Clientless WEP Protected Network Using ARP Packet Replay

  1. fifothekid says:

    may be your router is not vulnerable to this attack
    consult the forum for other alternatives

  2. ross817 says:

    @ross817 Hmmm… if I wait long enough I start to get quite a few ARPs, but no IVs.

  3. ross817 says:

    Anyone have an alternative way of generating arp requests? Pinging unavailable hosts doesn’t work for me, apparently.

  4. fifothekid says:

    I was pinging to stimulate activity in the network
    Normally, you wouldn’t need to do that but you’ll have to wait for some WIRED activity inside the network

  5. adamshor says:

    And the mac im spoofing to 68:61:63:6b:65:64 is the text “hacked” in hex 😛

  6. adamshor says:

    I dont know what you were doing with the ping but this is how i would do it..

    airmon-ng stop wlan0
    ifconfig wlan0 down
    macchanger -m 68:61:63:6b:65:64 wlan0
    airmon-ng start wlan0
    airodump-ng wlan0
    airodump-ng -c 11 -w haxor –bssid attackingbssid.. wlan0

    aireplay-ng -1 0 -a attackingbssid -h 68:61:63:6b:65:64 -e NamelikeDemo wlan0
    aireplay-ng -3 -b attackingbssid -h 68:61:63:6b:65:64 wlan0

    aircrack-ng -n 64 -b attackingbssid… haxor-01.cap

    the spacing means a different konsole.

  7. kaizetsu996 says:

    Btw bro, you have msn ? is better off we chat there.

  8. kaizetsu996 says:

    Serious shiit? That will be dam elite.

  9. fifothekid says:

    I’m not really sure, but the aircrack-ng team is working on a program that will allow you to connect to WEP network without knowing the key!!!
    May be that can work

  10. kaizetsu996 says:

    oh! that’s how you ping. Thank’s alot. But is there any ways to ping during wep clientless without wired?

  11. fifothekid says:

    the computer was already connected using a wire, and the wifi card was used for cracking

  12. kaizetsu996 says:

    bro, i have a question for you. How do you capable to ping when you’re not connected yet?

  13. fifothekid says:

    Pinging is not a part of the tutorial
    The point is, there should be at least one ARP packet coming from the router
    This thing can take one minute to an hour
    For the purpose of this tutorial, the computer was connecting using a wire to the router, then I issued a ping to a random IP, so that the router will generate an ARP packet

  14. Grantwad says:

    “but I had to stimulate an ARP packet by issuing a ping to an unavailable local IP from a wired client”

    I’m a little stumped about this as well. Could you elaborate on this please?

  15. Grantwad says:

    I’m having the same problem as clriggs. After you execute the ARP replay you ping then and packets start flying like crazy. When I try this I recieve “Network is unreachable” ??

  16. fifothekid says:

    Pinging what?
    During this tutorial you are not connected to any network
    Only a client is connected to you thinking that you are an access point

  17. clriggs says:

    I’m getting “Network is unreachable” when trying to ping…any ideas?

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