rma88 Posted August 23, 2008 Share Posted August 23, 2008 Hey everyone, I've been playin around with my wireless cards and testing some things out. One thing I'm curious to try, but would like to ask you guys if its possible/I'm going at the right way is this: My laptop has 2 wireless cards, can I go to a hotspot and connect with one card. Put the 2nd wireless card into AP mode and pretend to be like an extension (maybe the actual ap w/ the same mac etc...not sure?), bridge the 2 wireless cards and sniff traffic via ettercap in the BRIDGED mode? I would use some portal software so a login would be required (just like airsnarf), then would NAT allow me to forward other peoples traffic (like http)? (because they themselves will have connected to me, so they aren't associated etc.. with the actual AP) I guess some of the questions are: 1. is this doable to begin with? 2. will NAT work in order for HTTP etc.. to be relayed between me and the real ap? 3. would i need to mimic the ap as far as mac etc go? or if i just had the same essid would it be seen as an 'extension' or something along those lines? This idea is stemming from airsnarf. It sure is fun to get someone to log into your rogue ap, but if they connected, logged in ( and got a successful login no matter what ), then continued to browse the web through you the entire time? please post back w/ anything, help is much appreciated. I'm not sure on setting up NAT, but any help/tips/comments/suggestions are much appreciated -Thanks Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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