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If the client is trying to connect to a wireless point that it has already associated itself with at some other time, is it possible to "borrow" encryption keys? I know windows saves them and sends them out when needed. Soi am wondering if Jasager is pretending to be SecureAccessPoint and the client is trying to connect to it, will the client send those keys to Jasager and can Jasager save them.. Just wondering

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This was mentioned on another thread.

http://hak5.org/forums/index.php?showtopic...st&p=101671

WEP, WPA, WPA2 don't send their passwords across the network, they exchange information which they encrypt and send send back to prove the both know the passwords. The only way I know to get a WEP key without packet capturing from the real network is to use the cafe latte attack (from the guys are Airtight I think).
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If the client is trying to connect to a wireless point that it has already associated itself with at some other time, is it possible to "borrow" encryption keys? I know windows saves them and sends them out when needed. Soi am wondering if Jasager is pretending to be SecureAccessPoint and the client is trying to connect to it, will the client send those keys to Jasager and can Jasager save them.. Just wondering

This is a link to an article on Cafe Latte/

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