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Justin Ewing
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thank you amego, lol question i cnt use kismac to crack some wep. i have the Apple Airport Card. on kismac it says i need prism base card. one http://www.ethicalhack.org/videos.php thy use this. The network card used in the video is a Netgear MA111 v1 USB device. You require a card with a Prism2 chipset to be able to reinject packets.  is there anything eles i can use to do this?

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If Im using my mac Powerbook I use Kismac, its ok, can be buggy, then again my mac is buggy :P !  I think its compatible with prism 2.5 chipsets now.  You can purchase a PCMIA or USB wireless card that has a prism 2 or 2.5 chipset and select the correct driver for it....then you can use that card to "inject" packets and the apple's onboard card to cap packets or however you wish to configure your hardware.

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thank you amego, lol question i cnt use kismac to crack some wep. i have the Apple Airport Card. on kismac it says i need prism base card. one http://www.ethicalhack.org/videos.php thy use this. The network card used in the video is a Netgear MA111 v1 USB device. You require a card with a Prism2 chipset to be able to reinject packets.  is there anything eles i can use to do this?

I use a dlink usb adapter with kismac but I still can't reinject packets it yet.

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thank you amego, lol question i cnt use kismac to crack some wep. i have the Apple Airport Card. on kismac it says i need prism base card. one http://www.ethicalhack.org/videos.php thy use this. The network card used in the video is a Netgear MA111 v1 USB device. You require a card with a Prism2 chipset to be able to reinject packets.  is there anything eles i can use to do this?

I use a dlink usb adapter with kismac but I still can't reinject packets it yet.

If  it's the same one I bought few weeks ago for kismac, the chipset is probably  ralink...I

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