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Well I just watched the newest episode today and I am sure if you watched you would see the same things I did.

Basically with all those tools together you will be able to literally hijack someones session say at a coffe shop.

(Man In The Middle Attack)

So I think ferret captures the cookies, and hamster decodes it or displays it I forget.

And the Fon is one of the most amazing things ever.

It is used for a program called Jasagar(V1 and V2).

Lets put it into a senario.....

-You are at a coffe shop miles away from home.

-But you see your home wireless access point.

-This isn't really it but it's the Fon(Jasagar) saying it is

What this does it allow the person running the Fon to give people internet but he is most likely hijacking your session stealing vital data such as myspace password, email passwords, and yes if he was malicious enough your credit info/social security info. Usually people are dumb enough to think their wireless access point is now suddenly showing from miles away which should be a red flag right there but they connect anyway.

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Well I just watched the newest episode today and I am sure if you watched you would see the same things I did.

Basically with all those tools together you will be able to literally hijack someones session say at a coffe shop.

(Man In The Middle Attack)

So I think ferret captures the cookies, and hamster decodes it or displays it I forget.

And the Fon is one of the most amazing things ever.

It is used for a program called Jasagar(V1 and V2).

Lets put it into a senario.....

-You are at a coffe shop miles away from home.

-But you see your home wireless access point.

-This isn't really it but it's the Fon(Jasagar) saying it is

What this does it allow the person running the Fon to give people internet but he is most likely hijacking your session stealing vital data such as myspace password, email passwords, and yes if he was malicious enough your credit info/social security info. Usually people are dumb enough to think their wireless access point is now suddenly showing from miles away which should be a red flag right there but they connect anyway.

thanks dude, that kind of makes a better understanding for me now.. guess i will need to learn more about Jasagar, the ferret and hamster thing is more clear now. Guess i will have to try the programs out for myself now to learn more, thanks for the info man, i need a laptop so i can goto coffee shops to try these out :-)

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well if i were you i would practice on our own home setup so you dont get into legal trouble

then once you understand how to use it efficently then park out of range of cameras and go sit on a bench so you can leave easy or sit in your car so people dont see you with a random pineapple with the fon in it

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Ferret sniffs the "interesting" cookies.

Hamster allows you to USE these cookies to gain access to a website.

A lot of machines has a WLAN AP priority list or a certain network that they are suppose to connect

to when it's available. Let's say machine 1 has been set to connect to HAK5 Home Accesspoint, when you are at the

coffeehouse for example, the machine "broadcasts" this request.

Translated to this:

Machine 1: Is HAK5 Home there? If it is, let me connect to it!

And the Jasaeger just simply says, I am HAK5 Home!

So the computer connects to this network, believing it's the actual HAK5 Home.

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