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  1. why not SIU? that's in your neck of the woods.
  2. I hadn't noticed. I'll see how many i can get connected tonight.
  3. Although the device says 7.5v, the Fon+ will run off of 5v, one USB port or 4 AA batteries. This is how i do it.
  4. It's pretty simple answer. I think this is what you're looking for. http://tinyurl.com/ycrncet
  5. brute forcing wpa handshakes is abou all I've heard of. there might be some wpa rainbow tables that's make the process more bareable.
  6. no because those cisco cables are not ethernet cables (they are serial cables with RJ-45 ends) and the ethernet ports on the fon are ethernet ports, not serial ports (as console ports on cisco routers/switches are)
  7. get rid of XP. Not because I don't like it, but because it's old and out dated. I would use install Ubuntu on the whole disk unless you plan on keeping windows. the choice is yours.
  8. looks like something is going wrong with setting the default gateway. Do a #route -n and tell me what your default gateway is set as... also try route del default && route add default gateway GW_IP_ADDRESS
  9. I wrote up a quick guide to configuring OpenWRT (the platform for Jasager) from the command line and thought I would share it here. It is available at http://alex.hrck.net/?p=64 OpenWRT comes with a program called uci, or Unified Configuration Interface. This utility allows you to temporary or permanently modify the system configuration files in the /etc/config/ directory. Also allows for easy scripting. The syntax is broken into three parts. The first two are mandatory with the [arguments] field being optional depending on the [option] uci options commands arguments [commands] is also broken down into three parts: file.section.option. Section can be called by their name, such as lan, wan as in /etc/config/network or wifi0 in /etc/config/wireless. Sections that do not have names can be called their position in the array of sections. An example of this is wireless.@wifi-iface[0].ssid To view a configuration file such as /etc/config/network: uci export network Making or adding a new value to a section, in this case the default gatway, is easy as typing: uci set network.lan.gateway= OR uci set network.@interface[1].gateway= To add and delete options use uci add or uci delete: uci delete wireless.@wifi-iface[0].encryption It is also possible to set DHCP options, such as the gateway or DNS servers to push to clients. Refer to this website to find the DHCP option codes. uci add_list network.lan.dhcp_option="3," When done making changes you must run: uci commit [configuration] example: uci commit network It is possible to change the behavior of startup services. root@OpenWRT:~#/etc/init.d/network Syntax /etc/init.d/network [command] Available commands: start Start the service stop Stop the service restart Restart the service reload Reload configuration files (or restart if that fails) enable Enable service autostart disable Disable service autostart
  10. i don't understand what you mean when you say 'it doesn't work'. what doesn't work? sslstrip or arpspoof? is the computer you want to trick is the gateway you want to impersonate what is the MAC address of the gateway and of the computer you're running arpspoof on? Now check the target computer. What does it THINK the MAC address of the gateway is? arp -a
  11. if you are serious about running virtual box, absolutely get more the most RAM you can afford. 4GB but if you have the cash for 8GB+ do it. Same thing with the processor. Go Core i7.
  12. i just got one for Christmas. looking forward to solving it.
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