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Postby Barry » Wed Nov 29, 2006 9:14 am

It's mainly dedicated to Netstumbler, hence the name. We also don't know who's network you're trying to inject packets on.
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Postby Monitr7 » Wed Nov 29, 2006 9:44 am

Thorn wrote:Well now that you two are on speaking terms again, can we expect another show? And who has custody of Tony?


No, no, no, Thorn]As for Tony, M7 still has him. I hope...[/QUOTE]

Why, of course I still have Tony! However, he's been missing England; drinking all of my good tea and grunting "God Save the Queen". What really pissed him off was when I quit drinking Guiness. I'll call my travel agent and book him on a flight to London today.
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Postby Monitr7 » Wed Nov 29, 2006 9:56 am

Aggabee wrote:What did I do?

Obvioulsy something wrong.

Aggabee wrote:I attempted to inject packets into a network and failed.


Yes. Yes you did.

Aggabee wrote:But I guess you guys are more interested in covering your own asses than learning something new.


/checks ass. it's covered.

Good to go!

/reads a book on wireless networking. learns something new.

Wow! I've learned something new!

Guess I can do both. No sweat. Keep this kind of snappy banter up, Aggabee, and there'll be a nice guest spot on the WTOTD show for you, chuckles!
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Postby The Others » Wed Nov 29, 2006 9:58 am

Airstreamer wrote:Hey TO --> What ever happened to that camera?


You wouldn't believe the year I've had. Some time soon hopefully! As long as Streaker hasn't moved house.
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Postby Monitr7 » Wed Nov 29, 2006 10:01 am

The Others wrote:You wouldn't believe the year I've had. Some time soon hopefully!


Does it involve a redhead and a bottle of Absinthe? :confused:
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Postby streaker69 » Wed Nov 29, 2006 10:16 am

Aggabee wrote:What did I do? I attempted to inject packets into a network and failed. I found out that WEP security may actually be better than it once was thought to be. And I thought that you guys, being the network security enthusiasts that you are, and considering that this entire site is DEDICATED TO WIRELESS SECURITY, might want to know. But I guess you guys are more interested in covering your own asses than learning something new.


Tard's OP wrote:So I've recently "stumbled" upon a bunch of new Actiontec hotspots that seem to be completely immune to packet injection. Even with an established client they do not accept injected packets of any kind. Either they reject ARP packets without prior traffic (even on open-authentication) or they reject packets with the same IV. Its kind of wierd that they are still putting effort into securing WEP instead of just switching over to WPA.


Now, let's put these two posts together, and see why they just don't fit.

You claim to have 'stumbled' upon some hotspots. Ok, nothing wrong with that. After all, there isn't anything wrong with passively detecting hotspots.

But then you claim to have attempted to inject packets into those. From your post, you pretty much clearly state that these are not your own hotspots, therefore, you have no fucking business attempting to penetrate them.

You're a fucking clueless asshole. Face it, you should probably be beaten with a tackhammer until dead.
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Postby Monitr7 » Wed Nov 29, 2006 10:28 am

streaker69 wrote:You're a fucking clueless asshole. Face it, you should probably be beaten with a tackhammer until dead.


Hangin's too good fer 'im! :mad:
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Postby streaker69 » Wed Nov 29, 2006 10:31 am

Monitr7 wrote:Hangin's too good fer 'im! :mad:


Burnin's too good for 'im.
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Postby Monitr7 » Wed Nov 29, 2006 10:36 am

Weeeeee're gonna shoot im! Then we're gonna strangle 'im! Then, if he's dead, we're gonna use one o' them there new-fangled heart-startin' jobbies to bring 'im back to life and do it all over again!
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Postby wrzwaldo » Wed Nov 29, 2006 10:59 am

Aggabee wrote:So I've recently "stumbled" upon a bunch of new Actiontec hotspots that seem to be completely immune to packet injection. Even with an established client they do not accept injected packets of any kind. Either they reject ARP packets without prior traffic (even on open-authentication) or they reject packets with the same IV. Its kind of wierd that they are still putting effort into securing WEP instead of just switching over to WPA.

What exactly is an Actiontec hotspot?

What hardware / software were you using?

What steps did you take?
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Postby Scruge » Wed Nov 29, 2006 11:43 am

wrzwaldo wrote:What exactly is an Actiontec hotspot?

What hardware / software were you using?

What steps did you take?

I don't know if they are relabeler or do their own designs.
http://www.actiontec.com/
http://www.actiontec.com/products/broadband/54mbps_wireless_gateway_4p/index.php

I just helped my neighbor install one he purchased through ATT/SBC phone service here.
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Postby wrzwaldo » Wed Nov 29, 2006 11:50 am

Scruge wrote:I don't know if they are relabeler or do their own designs.
http://www.actiontec.com/
http://www.actiontec.com/products/broadband/54mbps_wireless_gateway_4p/index.php

I just helped my neighbor install one he purchased through ATT/SBC phone service here.


I know what Actiontec hardware is. I was curious about an Actiontec Hotspot. I questioned because I think the OP is confused about the difference between a "hotspot" and a private WLAN.
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Postby beakmyn » Wed Nov 29, 2006 4:21 pm

Monitr7 wrote:Does it involve a redhead and a bottle of Absinthe? :confused:


$75-$200 a bottle at the Duty-Free, eh. But it's not the "Good Stuff" for that you'll have to pay $500+ and smuggle it across the border.
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Postby Barry » Wed Nov 29, 2006 7:26 pm

Monitr7 wrote:Does it involve a redhead and a bottle of Absinthe? :confused:



The only movie I've seen this combination in has bad actors singing even worse. I hope your redhead has bigger tits.


beakmyn wrote:$75-$200 a bottle at the Duty-Free, eh. But it's not the "Good Stuff" for that you'll have to pay $500+ and smuggle it across the border.



If old Marylin Manson gets his way, he'll be selling it in the states. Don't think it's gonna happen though.
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