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Questions tagged [deauth-attack]

A deauth attack is a denial of service attack forcing the victim to disconnect from a Wi-Fi network.

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I couldn't deauth any devices using aireplay-ng command in kali linux

I am using Kali linux. I've updated all tools and services by apt-get update and apt-get upgrade. I was using aircrack-ng for pentesting my wlan network. I wanted to deauth any device connected to my ...
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Is it possible to push a device from a private WiFi in order to decoy it to a public WiFi?

Regarding How to force clients to connect to WiFi automatically? and this situation: my neighbour is connected to his private Wi-Fi I have a Pineapple Nano broadcasting public SSID's (McDonald, ...
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How to send Wi-Fi management frames from macOS?

I realise that this question has been touched on before as linked here. However, none of the solutions suggested solved my question and it fails to answer the overarching question of how to send all ...
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DeAuth all AP's in range

In a few days, we are going to be many friends that will gather together and play all night long using 6-7 APs. How can I DeAuth/Disconnect everyone's connection, without being connected to their ...
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Why does a deauth attack work on WPA2 despite encryption?

Given that WiFi packets should be encrypted if WPA2 is used, why is it that a deauth attack can be successful? Shouldn't the machine know that the message is illegitimate due to the fact that it would ...
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Non-invasively forcing reauthentication in Bluetooth 2.1

Is it possible for an unauthenticated bystander to force reassociation/reauthentication of a pair of Bluetooth 2.1 devices in a manner similar to IEEE 802.11i deauths? Bluetooth 2.1 (BR/EDR) uses ...
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Is it possible to “deauth” wifi direct connections?

I used a Samsung Galaxy s7 as a Wifi Direct device to another android device (I think a Moto G Play) and I was wondering whether aircrack-ng could deauthenticate/disrupt the connection between them. ...
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Blocking EAPOL packets [closed]

Is it possible to block EAPOL packets? What I'm trying to do is block the 4th message of the 4-Way-Handshake in order to trigger retransmission of message 3. This is what I thought to do. I'd like ...
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Aireplay deauth having no effect, no handshake and Reaver stuck

So I'm trying to hack my own WiFi using aircrack or reaver but have had no success with either. With aircrack I cannot achieve a successful handshake as the deauth doesn't seem to have any effect on ...
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Is it possible to hack a SSID without actually having to sniff or send deauth frames to a host?

I'd like to know if there exists at least the possibility of a known/theoretical attack on a wireless SSID that does not involve a host within the network, what I mean by this is that some of the ...
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How does MDK3 carry out deauth attacks?

With aireplay, you have to specify both the AP and client to send deauth frames to, but MDK3 doesn't require an AP mac address. Does it just scan the desired channel for beacons until it finds an AP ...
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How to get attacker mac address aireplay-ng

I'm currently working on a WIPS and I would like to know how to obtain the attacking MAC address when he launches a aireplay-ng deauth attack. On wireshark, if the attacker broadcast the deauth ...
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Deauth as a protection

In the case that there is an ongoing attack in my network, where the attacker is using WLAN to access my network and I recognize it, would it be possible to send a broadcast deauth in my network to ...
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Stations not deauthenticating when using Aircrack-ng

I am attempting to conduct a deauthentication attack on a stand alone AP using Aircrack-ng. Im using an ASUS 802.11ac router and using aireplay-ng to send the deauthentication packets. But when ...
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How to connect to AP when attacker is deauth'ing my device?

Scenario is: attacker is disconnecting devices using aireplay --deauth command on AP so none of my devices are connecting to AP. Then what do I do now when none of my device is connected to AP?
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Are iPhones immune to deauth attacks?

I was today rumbling a bit with wireless security, and more specific in creating Fake Access-Points to make Wi-Fi users enter their password on a phishing-page (by using the Fluxion tool). One of the ...
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Is there a way to protect against mdk3 attacks?

I've got a home network using Wi-Fi. Someone is using mdk3 and disconnects users from the Access Point, whether they are Android or Windows Phone or Windows 10 desktop or Apple computers. Is there a ...