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There are several dot11 classes that are declared to help with low network layers. However, based on their less than adequate documentation that WEP is the only secure protocol that is somewhat supported. Scapy's manual shows some WiFi sniffing, but doesn't really delve too much into Wireless communication. All-in-all you'd probably have to hack together ...
If you want to inject custom frames on a Linux machine its pretty straightforward. The Linux wireless stack lets you create a virtual monitor mode device alongside the normal device. iw phy phy0 interface add mon0 type monitor ifconfig mon0 promisc up Anything written to this device will be sent directly over the air without any further processing. This ...
This is a good place to start: WPA2-Hole196 The tools you are looking for are wpa_supplicant and madwifi. The subject was presented in Defcon 18: dc18 archive (Scroll down to "WPA Too!")
Sorry, ignore my earlier comments, I somewhat misread your question at first. The eduroam network is asking you to accept their certificate so that your device can then use the public key linked to the certificate to make sure the server is who they claim they are and securely submit your login credentials for the network. So yes, this has to do with the ...
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