mfenetre wrote:Hi sylvain,
thanks for your answer.
In fact, the patch delivered with chopchop is for linux-wlan-ng, and I don't use it (only orinoco_cs driver). Maybe I'll test with linux-wlan-ng patched whith chopchop patch.
Did anyone suceed in using orinoco drivers with chopchop ?
sylvain wrote:ok so you have to use wlan-ng patched drivers. Otherwise it won't work (that's the case for orinoco). It can work with hostap also I think
Madory wrote:This makes sense, thanks.
Perhaps it is a case of 6 and one-half-dozen. I got my explanation from "Attacks On RC4 and WEP" by FMS:
"The probability that three locations will not be pointed to by a pseudo random index during the
remaining N - 1 - x rounds is better than ((1-1/N)^N)^3 ~ e^-3 ~ 5%."
can be reduced to
reduced directly to
Anyway, thanks for the general formula - crystal clear now.
KoreK wrote:He has to use the wlan-ng patch. I didn't manage to make hostap work.
mfenetre, just a reminder: You need an AP, an associated card, and an injection card using the wlan-ng patched module (Or just associate the wlan-ng card, yank it out, back in, inject, and hope the it hasn't been disassociated). If you don't know where to begin, have a look at the auditor CD, chopchop is included:
Beep wrote:Hi KoreK
I use the new Auditor (120305-01) on my HP OmniBook XE2 Laptop. I also use the Orinoco Silver WiFi card.
Is the necessary chopchop patch already installed on the Auditor CD? Must i apply any patches?
I've got the same problem like mfenetre few posts over me.
PS: Please dont flame me for my (maybe stupid) question... I searched a answer in google, readme's and this forum several hours/days.
PPS: R.E.S.P.E.C.T. to Korek and Devine for her great tools!
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