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Ran another test of my attack on a connection with outside internet access and then the first network again with no outside access, both with success. I'm not sure why the aireplay-ng didn't get results on the W7 machine, but it can definitely be disconnected. After a few seconds of running the hosts were all disconnected. Airodump-ng did not show the disconnection of the hosts though, and it took a long minute for the W7 host to show the disconnection, but even before the system tray icon showed the drop, I was unable to access any webpage. During the attack the hosts were able to briefly reconnect a couple times before getting stopped completely. AfterOne interesting note, after I stopped the program though, the hosts still could not reconnect for quite awhile, and even then not until iI reset the router and the host. My guess is the system was so overloaded from the deauth frames and it needed a hard reset to clear its queue of frames to process, but thats just a guess.

Ran another test of my attack on a connection with outside internet access and then the first network again with no outside access, both with success. I'm not sure why the aireplay-ng didn't get results on the W7 machine, but it can definitely be disconnected. After a few seconds of running the hosts were all disconnected. Airodump-ng did not show the disconnection of the hosts though, and it took a long minute for the W7 host to show the disconnection, but even before the system tray icon showed the drop, I was unable to access any webpage. During the attack the hosts were able to briefly reconnect a couple times before getting stopped completely. After I stopped the program though, the hosts still could not reconnect for quite awhile, and even then not until i reset the router and the host. My guess is the system was so overloaded from the deauth frames and it needed a hard reset to clear its queue of frames to process, but thats just a guess.

Ran another test of my attack on a connection with outside internet access and then the first network again with no outside access, both with success. I'm not sure why the aireplay-ng didn't get results on the W7 machine, but it can definitely be disconnected. After a few seconds of running the hosts were all disconnected. Airodump-ng did not show the disconnection of the hosts though, and it took a long minute for the W7 host to show the disconnection, but even before the system tray icon showed the drop, I was unable to access any webpage. During the attack the hosts were able to briefly reconnect a couple times before getting stopped completely. One interesting note, after I stopped the program the hosts still could not reconnect until I reset the router and the host. My guess is the system was so overloaded from the deauth frames and it needed a hard reset to clear its queue of frames to process, but thats just a guess.

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Ran another test of my attack on a connection with outside internet access and then the first network again with no outside access, both with success. I'm not sure why the aireplay-ng didn't get results on the W7 machine, but it can definitely be disconnected. After a few seconds of running the hosts were all disconnected. Airodump-ng did not show the disconnection of the hosts though, and it took a long minute for the W7 host to show the disconnection, but even before the system tray icon showed the drop, I was unable to access any webpage. During the attack the hosts were able to briefly reconnect a couple times before getting stopped completely. After I stopped the program though, the hosts still could not reconnect for quite awhile, and even then not until i reset the router and the host. My guess is the system was so overloaded from the deauth frames and it needed a hard reset to clear its queue of frames to process, but thats just a guess.