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Re: aireplay-ng / Intel 4965 AGN
Thanks for your reply! Unfortunately I didn't have a look at the
sources. I can't tell you if there is such API.
I thought you guys might be using "aircrack-ng" or other related tools.
David Brownlee wrote:
From: Victor Dorneanu <victor%dornea.nu@localhost>
I'm new to this mailing list and I hope this is the right place to
put my question.
Due to my work as pentester, I've been using the aircrack-ng suite
for many years. A few weeks ago I've installed NetBSD 5.0 on my
laptop and now I'd like to fully "substitute" Linux by NetBSD. But
there is one problem: In order to generate arbitrary packets and such
stuff (using aireplay), I'll have to patch my driver as the man page
aireplay-ng supports single-NIC injection/monitor.
This feature needs driver patching.
Is there any driver patch available (see below for hardware
specifications)? Or are there any other tools for these purposes?
My hardware specifications:
WiFi: 003:00:0: Intel PRO/Wireless LAN 4965AGN Mini-PCI Adapter
(miscellaneous network, revision 0x61)
I'm not aware of any such patches... Is there a specific API that
aireplay is using to inject the packets?
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