I want to try something out, but I wanted to see other opinions from you guys.
What I have:
WLAN Access point, with WPA2, ESSID: testing. Home router, I can change the configuration and everything on it.
windows computer (victim);
backtrack computer (attacker);
The backtrack computer has 2 wireless card, one built-in, and a USB wireless adapter.
The windows computer is connected to the AP, from it's own wireless card. The backtrack computer is connected to the AP, on wlan0 (wlan1, is the usb adapter).
Is it possible, if I change my wlan1 MAC, to the AP MAC, and make a fake access point, with the AP MAC, and also same ESSID. Before creating my fake AP, I can change the ESSID of the router from "testing" to something else, and use the original ESSID on my fake AP, and also set a WPA2 passphrase, the same one that the original AP had.
What will windows do ?
Will it connect to my fake AP, since I have the MAC, ESSID, and same WPA2 password?