Topic: Wireless scramble signal

I've been trying to develope a tool to send out scramble signals to people who try to connect to a wireless access point. Any suggestions?

Re: Wireless scramble signal

a radio scrambler or a a higher layer disconnectdevice or a true scrambler?

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check hackaday.com I think. If it's not on there, I'll upload some docs on it.


edit: I'm bored, so I found the link: http://www.coin-operated.com/projects/wifihog

look over the board and knoppix.net's board and faq and google search before posting :)

http://www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc1392.html

Re: Wireless scramble signal

thanks, i needed that. I set up a wifi access point and its wap encrypted but there's these wannabe script kiddies next door who are bent on cracking it.

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in that case, just ban their MAC address, and only allow yours at the AP. i know it's trivial to change that, but often s-kiddies don't know.

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and then throw up FakeAP... install a Radius Server and enable 802.1x... and then...  :shock:

that will teach those sorry bastards  lol

Jason Huggett, CISSP

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and then file2air in the midst of fakeap, to only send deauth packets to their MAC address...

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or alternatively buy some cable and use ethernet instead wink

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oh sure, take the logical solution fat  wink

Jason Huggett, CISSP

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Re: Wireless scramble signal

lol

actually i have just been long term donated a new Cisco AP that i am installing at my office.

Basically what i am going to do is install the AP in a DMZ and use VPN access on the DMZ with WEP. I am lucky as I have some pretty high end kit to play with (e.g. 14 DMZ's on my firewall) but equally you could do the same with $50 of kit purchased from a jumble sale (would just take you longer)

If you wanted to be clever you could setup a transparent squid proxy and forward all HTTP requests to a web page that states quite clearly that the hack attempts are being monitored and logged for criminal prosecution.

Hows that then lol

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That would be good fun. We have a wireless bridge at work set up the same way you describe actually. On a DMZ and VPN'd between a couple of PIX's. I cranked away on that for over a month with every tool I could get my hands on and got squat.

Jason Huggett, CISSP