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  1. Packet injecting yes, I have not tried packet monitoring, only so far WEP and WPA2. Let me figure out how to packet monitor and let you know.
  2. Update: Received my AWUS036NH, works out of the box with Win7 and Backtrack 4 R1, no drivers or updates. :)
  3. I would do that because 2nd wireless card would come in handy for my other PC, but I just bought a 1.5 TB harddrive today =/. After a lot of reading I am going to get the AWUS036NH, some people say Backtrack 4 R1 supposedly is out of the box support for it, AWUS036H is potentially half the power, and I can not find any info on AWUS051NH.
  4. I don't know anything about wireless cards btw, I am just reading numbers here. I am looking at Alfas website. AWUS036H (Upgrade to 1Watt) 802.11b: UP to 11Mbps 802.11g: 54Mbps. AWUS036NH, 2watt 802.11b: UP to 11Mbps 802.11g: UP to54Mbps 802.11n: UP to 150Mbps AWUS051NH 802.11b: Up to 11 Mbps 802.11g: 54Mbps 802.11n: 300Mbps I don't really know what to look for in a wireless device for penetration testing (guess thats the word for it), need it to have long range, good signal, and for my own network fast network speed for file transfer. I also see options to get a +9dBi antenna, fr
  5. I did a search and I found most of them pointing to Alfa adapters, a lot of mixed information on 2-3 models of the adapters. Wireless hacking is what I am going to use it for now, I will be interested in using it for other things. My laptops got a 4965 and anyone who has this one knows about it, is you need to fake authenticate with wpa_supplicant, and pretty much only thing you can hack is WEP encryption anything else is impossible.
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