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  1. Hey all, Is there a reliable way to recover the credentials you would need to access a router? I don't mean the network key, but instead the credentials you would use to log in to the router itself. (On my Linksys Router the address is 192.168.1.1 by default) As I understand it, there are exploits or brute forcing .. but I was hoping for something a bit more elegant. Thank you!
  2. I don't quite know the commands to setup an external usb wifi through putty command line. I can get airmon-ng to work properly, but need help more specifically with the commands to setup the external wifi. I have a feeling its along the lines of ifconfig wlan1 up iwconfig......... .................. I'm a noob I know :D
  3. Hey All! Ok so I just got my 20dBi Yagi in (YAY! Oh I have big plans for this Yagi: Pinnaple Mark IV is in my future) and I'm an Airodump-ng mon0 user. I'm curious to know if there is a more visual scope to use to pinpoint a wifi location (Pretty much figure out via the scope the general area where the router is). I'm using Backtrack 5 R2. Any thoughts or ideas?
  4. Hi everyone! It's my first time on the forms here so somebody please correct me if I'm doing everything wrong. I have an Asus EEE PC, and I just installed Backtrack 5 R2 on it the other day, and I seem to have a problem with my Wi-Fi. I am able to connect to Wi-Fi access points, however whenever I try to browse the Internet or do a simple Sudo apt-get, it's like it's not even connected to the Internet. It just shows no Data Packet sent or received at all but at the same time I'm able to get an IP address and everything through ifconfig. The weird thing is, if I connect hard-line, it works just fine. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Apologies for the lack of code or any misspellings, I'm using the dictation feature on my iPad to post this question. Thanks in advance!
  5. Hello, So far I've used the standard omni antennas that come with the AWUS036H. In the mail are a panel and yagi antenna due to arrive shortly. I understand the principles behind the yagi and how its elements are designed to focus EMF. All over the internet I found reports of huge distance due to this. I have a few questions: - The yagi design makes sense for sending signals long range. However, can it receive long range too? Does its design help to capture signals more effectively? - Adding on to previous question - I know ALFA's can be set to transmit a full 1 watt (or more) for those in Bolivia... Would that be useless because no matter how powerfully it transmits, it is limited by the transmission power of the other device? Is it only helpful is there are two ALFAs both set to 1 watt? I plan to test my new antennas - I live by a mountain and there's a road going up it that keeps line of sight with my house. I plan to put a standard plain (omni antenna) wifi router on my roof. What should I expect? How can I test packet loss and those types of things (I'm still struggling to understand dBm vs RSSI vs other mystical voodoo I don't know yet). Reading references would be appreciated! These things fascinate me and I'm excited to experiment. Thanks!
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