[maemo-users] Aw: Re: [maemo-users] Nokia Internet Tablet as Pennnetration Testing Device

From: Mathias Uebelacker m.uebelacker at googlemail.com
Date: Thu Feb 8 22:36:05 EET 2007
Thats right on the lowest level you use kismet to scan the networks and save the informations like SSID, CHANNEL ENCRYPTION TYPE. Then collect datas on a defined SSID. After that you get a nice dump file on your mmc. Now use aircrack to find the key. Thats the reason why you need both progs. but this lower level works fine with WEP. After collecting datas for abaout 15 - 30 Min. Aircrack needs about 5- 15 sec. to get the key. I like the gps option of kismet to. 


PS Well i said it before but always watch the legal aspects. Play only with your own networks or take care..
----- Ursprüngliche Mitteilung -----
Von: Gavin O' Gorman  <gavin.ogorman at gmail.com>
Cc: Maemo Users  <maemo-users at maemo.org>
Gesendet: Do.,  8. Feb. 2007 19:26:19 GMT
Betreff: Re: [maemo-users] Nokia Internet Tablet as Pennnetration Testing Device
On 08/02/07, Jonathan Greene <atmasphere at atmasphere.net> wrote:
> agree this would make a cool utility with our tablets...  pretty sure
> aircrack exists already

As mentioned, kismet is there and already working. Aircrack appeared
to have had the same bug that was fixed in kismet. Does it still have
that bug, or has the fix propogated ?

gpsd is a useful tool in conjunction with kismet. For a useful pen
test tool, Nessus would be a rather interesting tool to port. Could be
too heavy though & the latest versions are closed source now.

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