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Can't say if the Yardstick can do something like this.

There was also a fascinating talk at BruCon 3 days ago where they had a program that would basically override the friendly coexistence provisions in wifi and just bulk-resend the same packet into the ether non-stop, regardless of who else is transmitting, the result of which was that everybody else on that frequency would stop transmitting until the program was killed. Better still, since it's the same packet being resent, receiving radios will drop the packet since they've already processed a valid copy, meaning that if you begin the attack and then start wireshark on that frequency, you'll see nothing.

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