So yes, useful fusion reactors are still nowhere to be seen. Not sure about other vendors, but anyone keen on Wireless MAC spoofing would probably just pick a generic chipset that did allow it. But, when he takes his socks off and starts rubbing lotion on his feet and picking his nose and eating it, you start to realize there’s something really really wrong with him. The firmware on many big-brand wireless cards forbid MAC spoofing. Look at it from this angle:
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So for now i have to say: I think it would be cleverer to use a PC platform that supported 3rd party hardware.
Posted February 28, Log in or sign up in seconds. Most of the work was done by three ex-students from the University of Waterloo: Cannot assign requested address eth1 is my wireless card dave laxtop2: Donald Becker wrote a lot of network drivers back in the early days of Linux cluster computing. Jntel wrote a kernel. To be fair, it’s at least as useless as DOS 4. You’re probably using vi, do you?
Your grammatical flair pleases me. You need to put more energy in than you get out. I never could get it to work. Create an account or sign in to comment You need to be a member in order to leave a comment Create an account Sign up for a new account in our community.
But, when he takes his socks off and starts rubbing lotion on his feet and picking his nose and eating it, you start to realize there’s something really really wrong with him. Maybe you have to whitelist your bios. Man writes entire operating system from scratch.
Anyone know how to get this baby working? In it, he gives some small idea of how many times one OSUnix, was independently invented or reinvented by individuals or small teams. Mac addresses are ridiculously easy to spoof.
Look at it from this angle: I know what I’ll be doing tonight! The other benefit as someone pointed out already, is possibility of true monitor mode and packet injection.
The Linux drivers have been improved by untel community, but I guess there are not enough Mac programmers interested in this chore. The most interesting part was figuring out how to hook the hardware into the operating system’s wireless mechanism and make it compatible with the “Airport” user interface. The cheapest solution for those is an Airport Express in bridge mode.
Intel Wireless Driver for Snow Leopard [Hackintosh]
Direct links to app demos unrelated to programming will be removed. So it’s a step forward in bringing near-native 3rd party wireless devices to OS X. The card in question was not that important HALs for other cards can be written.
The only thing WPA is “vulnerable” to, as far as I can tell, is dictionary attacks. I’m sure inrel be along soon enough to mention it a few times, but the LoseThos guy wrote an operating system form scratch too! When I do, I usually get stuck and quit.
Want to add to the discussion? We will now show that it is still possible to decrypt traffic in a chopchop like manner and to send packets with a custom content.
Thanks, but no thanks. This card was important in that a lot of Dell laptops ship with it and none of those people could get wireless without buying a card that intfl supported.