Hak5 - Hak5 1122.3, WiFi Hacking Workshop Part 1.3





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Published on Jul 19, 2012

This time on the show, part 1 of our WiFi from-the-ground-up series. Darren presents a wireless workshop at the Noisebridge hackerspace in San Francisco.

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Comments • 32

Bm Mb
If u notice the frequency changed when he selected channel 1 and 14. The reason it failed was because it wasn't declaring a region so the channels changed without error. If he was originally set to another region it would was thrown an error stating an incorrect region for channel 14. He then would of shown the command for changing the location to Japan and therefor allowing channel 14. But it exposed that channel 14 was accessible on 00....... 
thomas jos van gompel
what is "root@dk10" where can i find it? is it like cmd?
Ryan David Sheasby
he was using a linux box. hacking on windows is not worth the effort. linux is the way to go. "root" means he was using the root account(meaning he has full system privileges.) "dk10" is the name of his linux installation.
Squish Padecain
@silentxnl Some newtwork security featres allow blocking by MAC address. If this is a feature of a network, with a single command you've just bypassed it
Squish Padecain
*network - bad typing today...
Stacy Hurtt
Its called WIFI HACKING WORKSHOP. Now im at the end of part 1.3 and still nothing which even remotely has to do with hacking. If we needed to know the WIFI background id have gone to fcking wikipedia
5:18 to skip ad
Wade Marshall
>>Wifi*Password*Hacker>> bit.ly\SQ8XJk?=IEKtW
rymeta bonyter
check this guys just found an working tool at: bit.ly/QYlcnb?=xdfdsh
Nick Dekker
I'm pretty sure that it is BT5
Kde interface :-)
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