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Hacking NOT on Lan. Is it possible?


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As Rkiver states, unfortunately you won't get much here.

Pentesting over the internet, and not LAN/WAN is pretty much guaranteed to be nefarious. If you were pentesting for a company, with signed consent, you'd either be on their LAN/WAN or already have the details of how to attack from externally.

Therefore, it's assumed you're trying to pentest someone you shouldn't. So no chicken dinner, sorry.

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Find yourself a dongle that would support the frequency you want. Airpcap dongle comes to mind.

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