Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Aircrack Injection (Part 2)

So it turns out the new Broadcom b43 drivers, since kernel 2.6.24, have a really nifty feature that allows you to create a new virtual interface to monitor data. And it supports injection out of the box!

To use it (I'm using Ubuntu), just type these commands:
sudo iw dev wmaster0 interface add mon0 type monitor
sudo ifconfig mon0 up

Now you can use airodump or your favorite monitor mode applications on mon0:
sudo airodump-ng mon0

Virtualbox Crashing when pulling up the Optical Drives Menu

 I'm still running an old version of Virtualbox (5.2.20), which is probably unsupported at this point.  One day, it started crashing whe...