Security for 802.11 wireless networks.

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Security risk of connecting one mobile device to another mobile device's hotspot

Is there any risk when connecting an Android Phone to a [Verizon] iPhone's Hotspot? If there are I'd like to know about solutions. The Android Phone will basically be tapping the data plan of the ...
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Least riskiest option when it comes to reinstalling the OS

I understand security is a continuum rather than a binary, which is why I'm asking this question. I need to reinstall the OS on my Macbook. However, after a security mishap, I’m far more alert about ...
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Rainbow tables/hash tables versus WPA/WPA2

In Wi-Fi penetration testing, is it possible to use rainbow tables/hash tables on WPA/WPA2 networks? Is there an advantage of one over the other? Where would one get said tables or can they be ...
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Network Security with EAP: PEAP and Phase 2: MSCHAPv2?

I want to connect to my college WiFi but I’m worried about the security (data leakage, hacks, MITM). The configuration I used to connect to my college WiFi is as follows, EAP: PEAP Phase 2: MSCHAPv2 ...
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airodump-ng mon0 device

My laptop is in monitoring mode. I need to get the details of a client that makes probes and not include other bssid and their station. I run sudo airodump-ng -w s3 --bssid 74:de:2b:45:ed:d4 mon0 ...
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Detecting access point model

Is there any way to detect the model (brand, reference, ...) of a reachable wireless access point without having to connect to it? I've tried sniffing packets with Wireshark, but I can't get the ...
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Is the GTK or MIC in the unencrypted portion of a WPA protected frame?

In order to decrypt traffic you must have all 4 portions of the WPA Handshake. In WPA protected data frames, is there an unencrypted portion of that frame that has some sort of identifiable value to ...
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Reaver stuck at flow_handler

I tried to run Reaver against my router at home using an Ubuntu 15.10 laptop. The command used was: sudo reaver -i mon0 -b XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX -vv -c 7 -a (the channel I got from aerodump-ng). I'm ...
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WiFi Fingerprinting RFC2617 Linux Device Cannot Unauthenticate Unless AP Password Changes

There is a Cisco WiFi Access Point in the office that is intended for guests. It is an open network in that you can associate without providing a password with the SSID. It supports RFC2617 and so the ...
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If I install a certificate for the purposes of logging into a Wifi connection, is it still safe?

There are some wifi networks (large universities for example) which use HTTPS to get to a login page, and in order to verify that they have not been spoofed, provide the certificate ahead of time ...
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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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WifiPhisher not creating a fake access point

I recently came to know about WifiPhisher. To test it, I set up an access point using my Windows laptop and tried to obtain its password using this tool in my Ubuntu machine. So, when I run the ...
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How do TSC (TKIP sequence counter) calculate into WPA?

I'm reading about 802.11, from IEEE's pdf (IEE pdf), from page 1191, and in particularly I'm reading about TKIP. And to decrypt and to encrypt used a TSC (TKIP Sequence Counter) as you can see in ...
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WPA2-Enterprise - unable to find a way around Lanner Electronics

I have currently been working in an environment where I am connected to a WPA2-Enterprise network requiring me to enter my username and password for the network whenever I connect. I have been asked ...
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Neutralizing or Migitating ARP spoofing once detected

I've seen a few methods to detect ARP Spoofing attacks through code(such as this), and ways to defend against these attacks through software and switches (like arp spoofing protection on LAN). How ...
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Changing the SSID of the fake AP created by linset

As per the title I described above, I know that linset basically created a fake AP for the victim to connect then steal their Wi-Fi password or any other credentials. What I want to know is how do we ...
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Generate password list with specific keywords and length

I need to generate a list of passwords to try penetrating into a wi-fi network. I have a pretty big list of keywords and I want to use them to generate as many possible passwords as possible, which ...
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Open WiFi Network Where All Confidential Communication is Encrypted Through Other Means

Imagine the following scenario: Users connect to an open WiFi network (no password, no encryption) All users stick to secure transmission protocols for all confidential data (HTTPS, SSH, VPN, etc.) ...
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Wifi Pineapple :Modifying white list by client

If wifi pineapple maintains a whitelist with specific ssid's, then it responds to only those ssid probes.Is there any method or tools by which I can access/modify/interact with wifi pineapple's white ...
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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 ...