Security for 802.11 wireless networks.

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EAPOL WEP Security and cracking [on hold]

what is the security impact of the EAPOL protocol in a Wireless environment with WEP? I mean, WEP is easily crackable, WPA2 is good as its key. But WEP+EAPOL is easily crackable as WEP or ... ? I'm ...
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Can my work see what I was on my phone internet for? [on hold]

I was looking up porn on my phone the night before last. I closed out of the internet app. I went to work the next day and had to use my internet on my phone but when i opened the internet the site I ...
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fake ap with password [duplicate]

I cannot speak English well, sorry. What happens if we create a fake AP with linset on kali linux and we disconnect the target. He would then connect to our AP and when he wants to go to a site he ...
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wi-fi Hacking with out speicifying MAC address [closed]

I know the password.but in that wifi router they specified only certain devices can use the wifi by mentioning their MAC address. how can i hack?
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can a fake AP have password? [closed]

I cannot speak English well, sorry. What happens if we create a fake AP with linset on kali linux and we disconnect the target. He would then connect to our AP and when he wants to go to a site he ...
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Is it possible for hackers hack my PC by creating fake AP that my PC probed

I heard that hackers can create fake AP that my PC is probing. As soon as my PC found the Fake AP, it will connect automatically. So To clarify, is it possible for hackers create the Fake AP that my ...
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How does Dumper program get default WPS without bruteforcing them?

Today I tried a program called Dumper and the program showed me default WPS of all of my neighbor access points without bruteforcing them, see screenshot below: I had to cover BSSID and ESSID of the ...
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Why is my Wi-Fi constantly in use? [closed]

I have a nexus phone running android lollipop. Even if I'm not browsing the web or using the WiFi at all (and after sync of various components has completed) the WiFi up/down arrows still flash ...
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Is radio burst transmission really “jam resistant”?

Quoted from here: Certain military communication systems are based on the jam-resistant burst transmission of binary telegrams which consist of orthogonal spread-spectrum waveforms (BOK). To ...
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Mysterious Incoming/Outgoing Packets on my Wireless Connection

Right now I am connecting to my work server as usual and during my connection through the VPN I always monitor the network ping through terminal and its always between 70-90. It usually never goes up ...
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What kind of backdoor can be made after hacking wi-fi? [closed]

I'm interested to know if A hacks B's wifi password, what can A do to gain persistent access to the router even after B changes the wifi password? Secondly, how can we detect the backdoor and patch ...
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Am i getting DDOS attacked?

There has been some weird activity with my wifi router after somebody threatened to ddos me. I am looking at my wifi router's activity logs and i don't know what i am looking for. What happens is my ...
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Is this a DDOS attack?

I lost my internet connection for about 15 minutes and I checked my netgear router log and found these 3: [DoS Attack: ACK Scan] from source: 114.77.184.189, port 44822, Tuesday, March 24,2015 ...
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Is my WiFi connection protected?

In my college the WiFi is open type connection and before I connect to it using my laptop with windows 8.1, it displays message "Other people might be able to see info you send over this network " ...
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Splitting data between wifi networks for security

Does there exist, software or technology, that can use more than one wifi network, in such a way that only part of the data travels through each 'side'? You would probably need an end address like a ...
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Mitigation against MITM at Starbucks

Free public WiFi, for example Starbucks, is convenient. I wonder if there is a way to verify that a laptop has connected to the Starbucks wireless router and not to a man in the middle that tricked ...
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This facebook page looks different - phishing attempt?

After logging on to a public wifi, I was redirected to this page appearing to be from facebook, and being done via https: which looks markedly different from my normal facebook page I understand ...
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802.11w Protected Management Frames - Wi-Fi

I've been reading about protected management frames, introduced in 802.11w, and had a few questions. Apparently, a message integrity check is provided with de-authentication frames, allowing either ...
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Does EAP-TLS provide a two-factor authentication?

I am currently setting up FreeRADIUS on my pfSense firewall to authenticate WLAN clients (mainly iOS) via EAP-TLS. I have therefor created a user certificate and a user within the FreeRADIUS user ...
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Is Gmail password visible in WiFi?

I am a teacher. I accessed my Gmail account from a school WiFi (BSNL D Link router) after getting the WiFi password from the principal. It opened for few minutes. I wanted to update the settings but ...
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How to share internet over wifi without commands? [closed]

How can i share internet over WiFi. I am bad at using commands is there any easy way?
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At Starbucks, is my MAC address sent when I accept the terms of service for free Wifi? [closed]

Recently, I overheard by chance some technically savvy guys saying that when you accept the terms of service in order to use the "free" WiFi at Starbucks (which you pay for when you buy some coffee), ...
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WPA cracking with Crunch, JTR & Aircrack

Now I assume that everyone knows of aircrack-ng and John The Ripper with it's fantastic ability to pause and resume cracking. With that aside, I want to add Crunch into the mix, however I can't seem ...
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How to secure a network (FTP connections) from sniffers

I'm actually working in a medium sized company with security concerns. Let me explain you my problem : The context: My office has one single internet line. This line is accessed by anyone in the ...
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Man in the middle attack, bridging wlan interface to virtual wired interface at0

I'm trying to execute a Man in the Middle attack on my mobile phone, I have two wireless cards, one inbuilt in the laptop, running AR9285 atheros drivers, the 2nd is an Alfa AWUS036NHA card with an ...
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Is a VPN enough to hide my trafic from my schools IT department? [duplicate]

At my school we log on WiFi with a personal login. If I wanted to hide the traffic from my computer from the network administrators would it be enough for me to use a VPN service like for example ...
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I've shared my WiFi with my neighbour. How can I ensure they're not downloading illegal content?

I want to ensure they're not downloading any illegal content (torrent websites in particular). If they're using a VPN or Tor, then I guess there's not much I can do, but if they're just connecting ...
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If I set up a home web server, will computers that use my wi-fi be vulnerable?

I'm interested in setting up a web server on an old laptop L1. My plan is to connect that laptop to an Ethernet port on my router. I also have another laptop L2 accessing the router via wi-fi. L2 ...
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Is WPA practically less secure than WPA2 only if QoS is enabled?

I've been looking into attacks that are effective against WPA-TKIP but not WPA2-AES (both using PSK). I've found Vanhoef & Piessens's paper that builds off an attack by Beck & Tews and can be ...
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SRP in local, private wireless network

i am trying to secure the connection between a single-page webApp (angularJS, loaded from a secure source via SSL) to a local server (called BOX) inside the private, local wifi of the user. So the ...
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Securing my network: unmasking spoofed mac possible?

In Kali you can: airmon-ng start wlan0 ifconfig mon0 down macchanger -r mon0 (-r changes mac id to a random number) ifconfig mon0 up This attack for example: aireplay-ng -0 2 -a [ap mac #] -c ...
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How does Wifi Blocking work? Can it be detected / prevented? [duplicate]

Marriott was accused of blocking personal Wifi access points by deauthenticat[ing] packets sent to targeted access points and thus to disrupt access to individual hotspots. Question How does ...
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can wpa2 wifi be hacked by capturing data on an evil twin?

If I copied the wifi essid and channel and did a de-authentication to the clients of the wifi that I want to hack and started a wifi of my own with the same essid, bssid and channel and I started ...
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What does the SSID have to do with a networks security concerning rainbow tables?

I have noticed in a few places people mention that if a popular SSID is used, it makes a network more vulnerable to rainbow table attacks. I saw this in one location and assumed they'd mistakenly used ...
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Why do coffee shops not use WPA/WPA2? Would it solve many problems if they did?

So I'm looking into public WiFi security in places such as hotels, coffee shops etc. It seems the current standard is just to use open wi fi connections in many of these locations. I would assume this ...
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How can I find out if someone has been on my home wifi network?

I am aware of DCHP tables, and apps that can scan your network to see who is "currently" on your wifi network, but I am more interested in how to tell if someone has been on my wifi network at some ...
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Data on Malicious WiFi Network

Let's assume that I unwittingly connect to a malicious WiFi network and visit websites. By malicious, I mean the network has been set up for the purpose of stealing data. From what I've read, using ...
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How to make a android phone anonymous off contract [closed]

How can I make my 2 year old phone not appear to be the same phone? I would like to make it into a WiFi browsing phone that cannot connect to the phone it used to be by it online footprint. Is ...
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What is the need and purpose of packet injection within WiFi attacks

According to my research, the most common WPA/WPA2 WiFi attack requires a chipset capable of packet injection. However I am not sure what this is, and what purpose it serves once you have the ...
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WPA and WPA2 Help [closed]

I'm trying to hack my own WPA and WPA2 network for learning purposes. I used A 10 characters length password with only numbers, I know if I had to create the word list file it will be Huge, So I ...
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Is Double NAT a secure way to create a public wifi network?

I'm trying to create an open, public WiFi network in my house for guests to use, as I am hosting a (somewhat) large party later tonight. However, none of my routers have any built-in guest networking ...
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Why is browsing while logged onto a VPN from public wifi more secure than not?

I've been trying to wrap my brain around VPNs for a while now, but can't find a good source that answers the questions I have. In particular, I can't understand why browsing from a public access ...
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Anything more i can do to be more safer? [closed]

Wi-fi security: WPS disabled WPA2-PSK + AES + 54.000 SECONDS(15h) Group Key Update Period UpnP disabled Spi firewall enable All ALG enable Ignore ping packet from WAN and Lan to router Default ...
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Does having a VPN service mean accessing my email etc. over public free open WiFi mean I have security/privacy? [duplicate]

Is my information secure over public WiFi if I use a VPN service? i.e. protection of emails and login details.
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Is it possible the person sitting across from me at Starbucks was trying to hack my laptop?

I was using my laptop at a Starbucks on a table, and a person was using a laptop on the same table across from me, a couple seats to my side. He flicked some plastic thing across the table towards my ...
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What are the advantages to using a VPN over secured/trusted wifi

It's often recommended that you should use a VPN when using unsecured or untrusted networks, such as open public wifi or secured wifi that you don't control. What are the advantages to using a VPN on ...
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Security risks of disabling SSID Broadcast

I recall having read several articles online, and even passing along the advice, stating that disabling SSID broadcast is not only useless as a security measure but also harmful to the security of the ...
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How to know what others browse through the network?

My friend connected to WIFI and after 5 minutes he told me which sites I had actually been browsing, and who I chat with. My question is: how do I defend myself against this, and also how did he do ...
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How to get a Network's WIFI Password through CMD? [closed]

I found that Wifi's Password can be retrived using the network and sharing wizard in Windows, And Technicaly theres no way to store Passwords/collection of bytes in the memory after switching/shutting ...
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Victim loses Internet connection during MITM attack

I tried to do MITM attack on my network. I enabled ettercap, marked my router as TARGET1 and my second computer as TARGET2. Then I enabled 'ARP Spoofing'. I do not know why - but after this operation ...