1337 Posted November 3, 2013 Share Posted November 3, 2013 On previous setups I have done the following to perform a mitm: 1. Attached phone and turned usb tethering on 2. Placed wlan0 into monitor mode (mon0) 3. Started airbase-ng with an essid of Testnetwork to create the at0 interface 4. Ran ifconfig usb0 0.0.0.0 up; ifconfig at0 0.0.0.0 up. 5. Ran brctl addbr mitmbridge; brctl addif mitmbridge at0; brctl addif mitmbridge usb0 6. Brought up the mitmbridge interface with the ifconfig mitmbridge up command 7. Used dhcpcd mitmbridge command to get an ip from dhcp via phone I'm having an issue trying to use one wireless card to connect to an open network an the other wireless card host an access point. I'm sure 100% sure how to use Karma. I've set an SSID and started the service, but my wireless devices aren't showing the access point. Here are the steps I have tried: 1. Identified which network card is in which mode... wlan1 - Managed wlan0 - Master 2. airmon-ng start wlan0 (created mon0) 3. airbase-ng --essid "testnetwork" -c 6 mon0 (created at0) 4. ifconfig at0 0.0.0.0 up 5. brctl addbr mitmbridge 6. brctl addif mitmbridge at0 7. brctl addif mitmbridge wlan1 (error operation not supported) Some ubuntu forum user said to try "sudo iw dev wlan1 set 4addr on" so here I go again... 8. sudo iw dev wlan1 set 4addr on 9. brctl addif mitmbridge wlan1 (now it works and I can verify it with btctl show) 10. ifconfig mitmbridge up 11. dhcpcd mitm (it times out) Anyone know why this isn't working? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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