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  1. Hi Cooper, I managed to do it. I have discovered that the problem was simply that I needed to reboot HOSTAPD before turning on the ifplugd again. Code: sudo service ifplugd stop sudo ifconfig wlan0 down macchanger --mac=00:00:00:00:00:00 wlan0 /etc/init.d/hostapd restart sudo ifconfig wlan0 up sudo service ifplugd start Although I have solved this (and thus this topic can also be closed), I still wasn't able to spoof the geolocation to connected devices. It seems that this theory here and here are both wrong, or at least they work only in very specific cases, and not general as I've
  2. The MAC changes perfectly, my driver does support this operation. I will try looking at the packets as you have suggested. Thank you! I am doing a similar application as this one: http://hackaday.com/2013/08/27/spoofing-wifi-ap-based-geolocation/ However, the spoofing does not work so well as described in that post (it only works on some circumstances), so I am trying to, in addition of doing what the above link describes, also make an internet bridge available with a spoofed mac address to see if the geolocation spoofing works better that way.
  3. Understood, I misinterpreted your suggestion. I have already done that. Step by step. Without changing the AP's MAC it works perfectly as expected (even when having the other device as Monitor). However I could not, in any circumstance, create a bridge AP with a specific "hand-assigned" MAC address that works. Maybe I should rephrase my question: is it possible to create an AP with a hand-assigned specific MAC address? If so, how? An example: I want to be able to enter on wiggle.net, pick up any valid MAC address, assign that to my local Access Point, and make it work as a normal wireless r
  4. Hi Cooper, thanks for your answer. I already did like you suggested, and even without having the second device running in monitor mode, I still was not able to assign an specific MAC address to my access point that is able to be connected afterwards. Meaning: I do can assign an specific mac address, but when I do so, no other device can connect to it (it appears on the lists, but it can't be connected, seems like the other devices can't gain an ip).
  5. Hi Cooper, Thank you for your answer! I managed to do as you have suggested, and it worked. One is running in monitor mode, and the other is running as a bridge between the ethernet and wlan. I do however have now a new problem (see post: https://forums.hak5.org/index.php?/topic/36100-ap-w-spoofed-mac-address-doesnt-work/). My AP, with a spoofed MAC, isn't connectable. But the issue from this post here was solved. Thanks!
  6. Hi all, I am working on a project that relies (among other things) on: - Setting an access point in RaspPi that bridges an ethernet connection from my macbook (check! done!). - Hard-assigning a MAC address to this access point. (this is where I am having problems). I was able to set up the whole network, and it works fine. I was also able to change my mac address, using (mainly) ifconfig + ether command. And it also worked. However, after changing the MAC address I cannot connect to such access point anymore with any device. I have tried several different methods, and a
  7. Hi all, I am working on a project that spoofs the geolocation of devices by faking MAC addresses from another place through wifi signals (somewhat similar to this). I have a Raspberry B+, connected to an Alfa AWUS036NH running in monitor mode, connected through ETHERNET with an MBP sharing Internet connection. I am currently able to use Aircrack + mdk3 to create multiple (encrypted) AP within a list of fake MAC addresses, using: sudo mdk3 wlan0mon b -v LIST.txt -g -t And this works perfectly. However I also want, at the same time, to use the same wireless adapter to create an A
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