Security for 802.11 wireless networks.

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Is AirPlay at attack vector into a private network?

Our software dev team has an Apple TV and we want to have it connected to the corporate network to be able to reach internal resources while testing custom apps. Our ops team does not want it ...
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How are WPA2 passwords encoded?

I'm trying to figure out a good John The Ripper rule for WPA2 that won't waste time testing impossible passwords. Thus the question - are there any limits on what's allowed in a WPA2 password? Can it ...
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ARP spoofing on WLAN: seeing only traffic coming back

I am attempting to capture network traffic of my mobile device connected to switched network via WIFI, utilizing arpspoof. I did all steps tutorials mention. What I see in Wireshark is only a half ...
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How to avoid WiFi attackers [on hold]

I am connecting to a WiFi network, but the signal strength is too weak and sometimes it disconnects automatically. My brother's WiFi signal is very good and the connection is fast, and he just happens ...
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Building an info sec VM lab - safe to keep on my home network?

I'm a new member making my first post here. I had a very quick, and admittedly basic, question. I'm setting up an info sec lab for the first time at home. I'm trying to build some more technical ...
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What does it mean when airodump-ng shows 0 beacons?

I have one particular AP that shows 0 Beacons in airodump. I can see the beacons in all the other AP without a problem. So is it even possible for AP to not send beacon frames?
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Spying through wifi by the person who sets up wifi [duplicate]

A friend of mine has set up WiFi on my PC, knows the password for the WiFi and knows my WiFi id. How and to what extent can he spy on my PC? And can he see the sites I visit?
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Not able to capture credentials when sniffing WiFi packets

I have an open access point nearby with a captive portal asking me to enter credentials which I don't have. I observed that the login page of captive portal doesn't use SSL protection and decided to ...
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My isp been tracked [closed]

somebody track my Internet service provider when I was on a site and they can disconnect my Wi-Fi at any given time they please
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Wifi Sniffer Detection / Prevention [closed]

Unfortunately I share my work wifi with a separate office managed by someone I deeply distrust. For God only knows what reason he still has the router set to WEP even though it has WPA options built ...
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Can the router admin page be faked by an attacker?

This is just for my curiosity regarding securing the router. I understand all the things such as securing password, encryption, update firmware etc etc. But I was just wondering could the router ...
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What to look for in baby monitor?

There are, from time to time, stories in the media about baby monitors being hacked. The hacker can for example gain access to the video feed and be able to interact with the monitor. While I ...
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Sniffing packet on wireless connection (airodump-ng)

Short Question: Is it important for a sniffing device to be in the broadcasting range of a client (NOT THE ROUTER) to sniff its packets? Complete Scenario: I assume that a wireless sniffing tool, ...
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Is a computer more vulnerable if wireless is left on when booting?

Normally I switch off wireless on my laptop before I shut it down but I forgot to do this last night. So this morning, after I booted up the laptop, I saw the wireless notification on the bottom right ...
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How to tell if a hotspot is encrypted with Passpoint on iOS

Is it possible to see if a hotspot is using WPA2 encryption as part of the Passpoint protocol on iOS? If I understand it right you'll connect to the hotspot without needing to enter a WPA2 PSK, but ...
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Snapchat tracking over company WiFi. What can they see, save or open?

I sent a snapchat to a coworker during company time. I was not on the work wifi, but now I believe they may have been. What will my employer be able to see from the snapchat that was sent and opened ...
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Accidentally accessing a business's computer through public wifi [closed]

I wasn't sure if I should post this here or on the legal side. Last night while on a double date I had connected to a public wifi and scanned the network, I noticed two peculiar things so I decided to ...
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Is it secure: unsecured Wi-Fi + social network authentication to access the web?

Recently I visited my dental office and noticed a Wi-Fi configuration I haven't seen before. First, there is unsecured (no password) Wi-Fi, but I cannot surf the web yet. I am redirected to a webpage ...
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Who can spy on my wifi usage and websites I visit?

I'm using a WPA/WPA2 encrypted WiFi. Who can view what I'm doing? Also how? Can the person that pays for the WiFi look up exactly what I am doing (e.g. look up exact messages I've sent on Facebook)?...
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Deauthenticate ALL wlan networks/clients in range [closed]

I need to deauthenticate all clients in all networks within the range of my wlan-adapter. Aireplay-ng allows only to focus a single network. Are there any programs or scripts i can use for this ...
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When prompted to add a certificate or profile to connect to a secured WiFi network, how can I tell if it's safe to install it?

Sometimes when I connect to secured WiFi networks on my computer, such as my internet provider's WiFi hotspots around the city, I'm asked to add a certificate to my certificate store. When I'm on my ...
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Cannot capture frames other than broadcast or multicast in Wireshark

My problem is that I cannot capture any frames other than broadcast or multicast over Wireshark on my WLAN interface (eg. no ICMP packets, no HTTP packets, etc.) Please follow details below: OS: ...
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What are attack vectors for attacking tethering smartphones?

Are there any attack vectors for attacking tethered wireless networks (mobile hotspot), other than for normal wireless networks? Assuming the tethered wirless network uses state-of-the-art encryption+...
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Can my employer see the actual video chat if I use Facebook messenger on work WiFi?

I used my personal iPad over work WiFi (Verizon jetpack) to have a video chat with a friend over Facebook messenger. Can my employer actually see the video or just that I used messenger?
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What's the difference between pixie attack and other attacks on WPS?

I have been studying about the brute-force attack on the WPS PIN, and I understand that because the last digit is the check digit, and that the PIN is divided into two halves in M4 and M6 messages, ...
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Tracking down rogue wireless device on network

I have an unknown device that is connecting to my wifi router, and can't figure out what it is to save my life. I've never seen it before and haven't bought any new devices lately, it seems to have ...
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Get the Probe Request of My iphone6

I want to track my iPhone6 device for the probe requests it is sending to connect to the WiFi router. This is my current setup: I have kept the WiFi on and have forgotten the network, in the phone ...
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Can SSH tunneling over DNS tunnel work in China to use free WiFi at airport?

I have followed a tutorial here: http://ebnj.net/sshoverdns/ This tutorial tells us how to carry all internet traffic via DNS tunnel if your airport enables no-limit outgoing DNS. This guides us to ...
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Wireless network risks? [closed]

What are the security risks associated with installing a Wi-Fi (802.11) network in-comparison to a wired network for internet connection?
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Someone claims to have hacked my WiFi. What do I do now? [closed]

My son plays Minecraft on the internet. Someone said they hacked into his WiFi. Our WiFi is locked and must have a passcode to access. Is it possible this happened and, if so what should we do?
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Cisco any connect home wifi use

While Cisco Any Connect is logged into VPN on my work computer over my home private wifi...can web searches made on an iPhone that is also connected to the same private wifi be monitored by the VPN ...
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Is it possible for a school to see what you're doing when connected to their WiFi? [duplicate]

Let's say I connect to my schools WiFi, and I log into Facebook. Could they see my login information, my messages and what not? I know they could see what applications you are using, but I'm still not ...
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Is cellphone based (tethered) Wi-Fi hot-spot hackeable?

When we have Wi-Fi router and and somebody is connected to it, they can access its settings by visiting 192.168.1.1 or some other address. If password for router access is weak then router can be ...
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Can my VPN provider see the name of my WiFi?

Can my VPN provider track the wireless network name, besides the IP? If I'm connecting from home to the VPN via my WiFi called "Whatever" - do they see that my WiFi is called that?
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Is it possible to hack WPS PIN of routers that lockout exponentially after failed tries?

I have been interested in Wireless hacking lately, and I can do dictionary attacks, and some other type of attacks. Though, I wanted to hack my ASUS RT-N12D1 router's WPS PIN. ASUS doesn't alllow to ...
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My WiFi network is replaced by another network. Am I being hacked?

To begin with, I am not very computer savvy. I am an older person with an older computer and a 2003 Windows XP using Google Chrome for a browser. (If anyone is old enough to remember when Windows ...
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Could Diffie-Hellman be used to stop people who knows the PSK from snooping on your WiFi?

One known problem with WPA2 is that anybody who knows the preshared key can snoop on the handshake and decrypt all subsequent traffic between any parties on the network. In the typical coffee shop ...
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If I am an admin of a WiFi router can I learn the password when it gets change by other admin? [closed]

I have a Huawei WS319 router. The admin password is known to me and my friend. Is there any way to learn WiFi password (through automatic notification) if it gets changed in the future, given that I ...
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Why use WPS on an unsecured WiFi AP?

I was searching for my home WiFi AP (router's broken and am trying to fix it), when I found a WiFi access point that does not have any security but does have WPS enabled: Thinking that it probably ...
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Is WPA-PSK AES safer than WPA-PSK TKIP-AES?

On this forum thread I see (translated): On Telecom Router we have those wifi encryption modes Disabled-OpenNet - WEP (128 bit) -> WEP (unsafe breakable in some minutes) - WPA-PSK TKIP 256 bit -...
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Ways to protect phone from hacking through a wifi network when travelling

I'm planning on traveling to a resort in Mexico. The resort offers wifi, but I know someone who recently traveled to this resort and had their phone hacked via the wifi network. I would be wanting to ...
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If I accept a certificate in order to use my company’s Wi-Fi, am I vulnerable to MITM attacks?

In order to get my personal phone onto the Wi-Fi network at my workplace, I have to accept a certificate: If I accept this certificate, will I be vulnerable to man-in-the-middle attacks? For ...
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What is this Polish IP doing on my internal WiFi?

Lately I've seen many strange events in the logs of my wifi router / cable modem. Many are linked to the IP address 83.0.68.240 from the ISP, Orange Polanska. Events like "DoS attack: Ping Of Death", "...
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Steps to recommend after people connect Android devices to questionable open WiFi access points

What are the appropriate steps to recommend for people to take after they connect their Android device to questionable open WiFi access points? When I say "people", I mean friends and colleagues. I ...
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Can free Wi-Fi hotspot providers snoop on HTTPS communications?

Every article (and post on this website) I find on public Wi-Fi safety is mostly concerned with other people connected to the same network snooping on our communications. As far as I understand it, we’...
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Turn RPi3 Wi-Fi adapter into monitor mode using airmon-ng

For some reason, I can't turn the built-in Wi-Fi adapter on the new Raspberry Pi 3 into monitor mode like I used to do on other platforms. First I kill the processes that interfere with sudo airmon-...
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Is HTTPS over wifi still safe if a hacker can set up a rogue DHCP server?

I always heard that entering passwords or any sensitive information while using a public wifi spot is safe only when visiting an HTTPS website, ensuring that the URI and certificate are valid. Many ...
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Can an administrator see all of my info on shared, private WiFi?

I am currently sharing a WiFi network with my neighbor. We are on the same network. I never set up as a Guest. My questions are: whether or not this person can see the sites I visit, the info I ...
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I want to learn hacking but unable to connect to internet [closed]

I'm not sure if this is offtopic or not but i'll ask it anyway. Im 15 and i am into web design and development, working on PHP and MySQL. And i want to learn hacking but unfortunately my windows ...