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connecting through the client

Postby remotesploit » Mon Apr 18, 2005 1:14 pm

i think a good idea as i stated in another forum "netstumber" before they deleted the post is it should have a client connect option when running. so when someone scans down the aps instead of disabling the card while it scans give it the option to connect within ns. for instance you find an ap that belongs to you connect to it through the program instead of stopping the service opening network connections and having to locate it through there. also another option that would be cool not sure if possible would be a login script incase the ap is encrypted while trying to connect.


p.s for the grammar nazis you can have 7 up yours :eek:
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Postby wrzwaldo » Mon Apr 18, 2005 1:16 pm

You moron! NS is not meant to be used while connected to a network!!!

PS - It's in the bin not deleted! http://www.netstumbler.org/showpost.php?p=117082&postcount=222

I hope this go around meets with a ban!
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Postby fregniacciaro » Mon Apr 18, 2005 1:22 pm

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Postby Thorn » Mon Apr 18, 2005 1:34 pm

remotesploit wrote:i think a good idea as i stated in another forum "netstumber" before they deleted the post is it should have a client connect option when running. so when someone scans down the aps instead of disabling the card while it scans give it the option to connect within ns. for instance you find an ap that belongs to you connect to it through the program instead of stopping the service opening network connections and having to locate it through there. also another option that would be cool not sure if possible would be a login script incase the ap is encrypted while trying to connect.

p.s for the grammar nazis you can have 7 up yours :eek:


If you'd just learned from your mistakes, rather than annoying the Mods. Oh well. From the above explanation, it doesn't look like you'll be missed.

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Postby remoteExploit » Mon Apr 18, 2005 1:48 pm

that is not very nice of you to be giving out info like that. but i guess you're "elite" since you can.

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Postby fregniacciaro » Mon Apr 18, 2005 2:13 pm

remoteExploit wrote:that is not very nice of you to be giving out info like that. but i guess you're "elite" since you can.



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Postby Airstreamer » Mon Apr 18, 2005 6:05 pm

remotesploit wrote:i think a good idea as i stated in another forum "netstumber" before they deleted the post is it should have a client connect option when running. so when someone scans down the aps instead of disabling the card while it scans give it the option to connect within ns. for instance you find an ap that belongs to you connect to it through the program instead of stopping the service opening network connections and having to locate it through there. also another option that would be cool not sure if possible would be a login script incase the ap is encrypted while trying to connect.


p.s for the grammar nazis you can have 7 up yours :eek:



It looks to me you are too stupid,
/scratch that
pardon me, IGNORANT to know the difference between grammar, punctuation and capitalization.

Naw, lets' go with stupid. :mad:
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Postby theprez98 » Mon Apr 18, 2005 7:00 pm

remotesploit wrote:i think a good idea as i stated in another forum "netstumber" before they deleted the post is it should have a client connect option when running. so when someone scans down the aps instead of disabling the card while it scans give it the option to connect within ns. for instance you find an ap that belongs to you connect to it through the program instead of stopping the service opening network connections and having to locate it through there. also another option that would be cool not sure if possible would be a login script incase the ap is encrypted while trying to connect.


p.s for the grammar nazis you can have 7 up yours :eek:


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Postby Thorn » Tue Apr 19, 2005 3:56 am

remoteExploit wrote:that is not very nice of you to be giving out info like that. but i guess you're "elite" since you can.

acid@tokyo.com

Just for the record, I never claimed to be "elite", but since I banned your ass once, I guess I'm more elite than you. I do know that I can type, which you apparently cannot.

Come back again, and the IP subnet gets banned.
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Postby Starpoint » Mon May 02, 2005 7:55 am

remotesploit wrote:i think a good idea as i stated in another forum "netstumber" before they deleted the post is it should have a client connect option when running. so when someone scans down the aps instead of disabling the card while it scans give it the option to connect within ns. for instance you find an ap that belongs to you connect to it through the program instead of stopping the service opening network connections and having to locate it through there. also another option that would be cool not sure if possible would be a login script incase the ap is encrypted while trying to connect.


p.s for the grammar nazis you can have 7 up yours :eek:


I see this grabasstic blob of primordial ooze has been banned.. twice no less.

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