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[DEV] Wireless Monitor Mode

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By LatinSuD, Junior Member on 9th January 2010, 08:51 PM
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5th April 2010, 01:02 AM |#11  
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usually broadcom chips don't support it.

Can't agree with that assert.

http://aircrack-ng.org/doku.php?id=c...bility_drivers

I'm waiting N1 to be released in my country so I can get one and start investigating.
 
 
2nd July 2010, 01:39 AM |#12  
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Any news on this? Would truly be great.
2nd July 2010, 08:40 AM |#13  
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10th September 2010, 10:24 AM |#14  
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usually broadcom chips don't support it.

That's not true, look at the b43 module .. it proves that the broadcom chips are capable of being set into monitor mode, the only thing you'll need is a firmware that is able to supports the monitor mode
17th November 2010, 03:16 AM |#15  
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sorry for the noob question but what does this accomplish..i see ppl posting not having to carry the laptop and got interested
17th November 2010, 03:55 AM |#16  
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sorry for the noob question but what does this accomplish..i see ppl posting not having to carry the laptop and got interested

It would basically make our Nexus capable of injecting packets which would allow us to crack a WEP encryption on a secured network to obtain the key and then connect to that network and use the internet
17th November 2010, 04:52 AM |#17  
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It would basically make our Nexus capable of injecting packets which would allow us to crack a WEP encryption on a secured network to obtain the key and then connect to that network and use the internet

So any work on this been made since OP or is this still being thought about even? Status update would be great.
23rd November 2010, 07:31 PM |#18  
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hi guys,

bcm4329 is also in Desire Z, and Galaxy S I9000.
I posted here in galaxy dev thread,
but there is no further interest..

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24th March 2011, 12:30 AM |#20  
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It would basically make our Nexus capable of injecting packets which would allow us to crack a WEP encryption on a secured network to obtain the key and then connect to that network and use the internet

There is an app for that try looking for "penetrate" apps on market.

BTW someone need to compil new kernel and drivers files with this flags to test it
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There is an app for that try looking for "penetrate" apps on market.

BTW someone need to compil new kernel and drivers files with this flags to test it

That program doesn't do packet injection.

What Penetrate (and Router Keygen for that matter) does is reverse exploitable SSIDs. This is far more limited as only certain brands of routers are susceptible (and if they change their SSID then there goes that) whereas having full packet injection would mean any WEP network is susceptible.

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