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Monolingual Kis,ac unused languages and free up to 5 Gb of space. Anonymous July 12, at 8: Anonymous September 22, at 7: It may and will reveal your attack. I got the data packets ok, I get the kismax light with the deauthentification, but when I ask to find the wpa I get this: I some where read that MacBook Pro wireless cards didn’t support injection!

Admin May 13, at 7: Are you on passive mode? If you think everything is correct, you can try to restart your computer.


macos – Use MacBook Pro airport for injection with kismac – Super User

So I guess, I was not sure before if it was the cause, now it’s getting closer. Nonasol May kismqc, at 9: Hi there It’s my first time trying to crack a WEP encrypted network. Anonymous July 10, at Admin January 19, at 6: Anonymous March 7, at 3: Any other additional feedback is appreciated.

The wireless chipset used in the MBP does not support packet injection.

Thanks for your support! Also, KisMAC should return an error, please indicate what type for a better debugging.

I can of course just scan longer and wait passively for several hundred thousand Iv’s, but I’m just wondering: If that is the case does that mean macbooj this is another way of collecting unique IVs? Admin, Thanks again for the feedback.

It doesn’t work at all. Admin July 10, at 1: Pranjal September 6, at 6: Me July 4, at 9: Just moved into a new apartment and macboom are 20 or so nearby networks taunting me, all encrypted most WEP, I won’t bother with the ones that have WPA encryptions.


Also, all of the networks my airport picks up without using Kismac say a WPA password is required I almost barfed the coffee on the screen! Anonymous December 22, at 8: I suppose you would not appreciate your neighbors doing to same to you.

Mac Tips and “How To” On a Mac: Kismac: The Ultimate WiFi Stumbler

Admin July 11, at 8: Nevertheless, Thanks for reminding me to do some dusting. Install now the new Firefox.

Me July 12, at 5: Why use a DE-authentication?