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    * [[http://​www.pcmag.com/​encyclopedia_term/​0,​2542,​t=ARP&​i=37988,​00.asp|PC Magazine: Definition of ARP]]    * [[http://​www.pcmag.com/​encyclopedia_term/​0,​2542,​t=ARP&​i=37988,​00.asp|PC Magazine: Definition of ARP]]
    * [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Address_resolution_protocol|Wikipedia:​ Address Resolution Protocol]]    * [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Address_resolution_protocol|Wikipedia:​ Address Resolution Protocol]]
-   * [[http://technet2.microsoft.com/​windowsserver/​en/​library/​7b77bb1b-5c57-408f-907f-8b474203a5331033.mspx?​pf=true|Microsft Technet: Address Resolution Protocol (ARP)]]+   * [[http://technet.microsoft.com/​en-us/library/cc758357(WS.10).aspx|Microsft Technet: Address Resolution Protocol (ARP)]]
    * [[http://​tools.ietf.org/​html/​rfc826|RFC 826]]    * [[http://​tools.ietf.org/​html/​rfc826|RFC 826]]
  
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   *ath0 is the wireless interface name\\   *ath0 is the wireless interface name\\
  
-Replaying a previous ​arp replay.  ​This is a special case of the [[interactive_packet_replay|interactive packet replay attack]]. ​ It is presented here since it is complementary to the ARP request replay attack.+There are two methods of replaying an ARP which was previously injected. ​ The first and simplest method is to use the same command plus the "​-r"​ to read the output file from your last successful ARP replay. 
 + 
 +   ​aireplay-ng -3 -b 00:​13:​10:​30:​24:​9C -h 00:​11:​22:​33:​44:​55 -r replay_arp-0219-115508.cap ath0 
 + 
 +Where:\\ 
 +  *-3 means standard ​arp request ​replay\\ 
 +  *-b 00:​13:​10:​30:​24:​9C is the access point MAC address\\ 
 +  *-h 00:​11:​22:​33:​44:​55 is the source MAC address (either an associated client or from fake authentication)\\ 
 +  *-r replay_arp-0219-115508.cap is the name of the file from your last successful ARP replay\\ 
 +  *ath0 is the wireless interface name\\ 
 + 
 +The second method ​is a special case of the [[interactive_packet_replay|interactive packet replay attack]]. ​ It is presented here since it is complementary to the ARP request replay attack.
  
    ​aireplay-ng -2 -r replay_arp-0219-115508.cap ath0    ​aireplay-ng -2 -r replay_arp-0219-115508.cap ath0
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 For all of these examples, use [[airmon-ng]] to put your card in monitor mode first. ​ You cannot inject packets unless it is in monitor mode. For all of these examples, use [[airmon-ng]] to put your card in monitor mode first. ​ You cannot inject packets unless it is in monitor mode.
  
-For this attack, you need either the MAC address of an associated client , or a fake MAC from [[fake_authentication|attack 1]].  The simplest and easiest way is to utilize the MAC address of an associated client. ​ This can be obtain via [[airodump-ng]]. ​ The reason for using an associated MAC address is that the access point will only accecpt ​and repeat packets where the sending MAC address is "​associated"​.+For this attack, you need either the MAC address of an associated client , or a fake MAC from [[fake_authentication|attack 1]].  The simplest and easiest way is to utilize the MAC address of an associated client. ​ This can be obtain via [[airodump-ng]]. ​ The reason for using an associated MAC address is that the access point will only accept ​and repeat packets where the sending MAC address is "​associated"​.
  
 You may have to wait for a couple of minutes, or even longer, until an ARP request shows up.  This attack will fail if there is no traffic. You may have to wait for a couple of minutes, or even longer, until an ARP request shows up.  This attack will fail if there is no traffic.
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    Read 11978 packets (got 7193 ARP requests), sent 3902 packets...    Read 11978 packets (got 7193 ARP requests), sent 3902 packets...
  
-Initally ​the last line will look similar to:+Initially ​the last line will look similar to:
  
    Read 39 packets (got 0 ARP requests), sent 0 packets...    Read 39 packets (got 0 ARP requests), sent 0 packets...
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    Sent 3181 packets...    Sent 3181 packets...
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 +As well, you can alternatively use per the Usage Section above:
 +
 +   ​aireplay-ng -3 -b 00:​13:​10:​30:​24:​9C -h 00:​11:​22:​33:​44:​55 -r replay_arp-0219-115508.cap ath0
  
 At this point, if you have not already done so, start [[airodump-ng]] to capture the IVs being generated. ​ The data count should be increasing rapidly. At this point, if you have not already done so, start [[airodump-ng]] to capture the IVs being generated. ​ The data count should be increasing rapidly.
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 ==== I am injecting but the IVs don't increase! ==== ==== I am injecting but the IVs don't increase! ====
-See [[http://​aircrack-ng.org/​doku.php?​id=i_am_injecting_but_the_ivs_don_t_increase|Tutorial:​ I am injecting but the IVs don't increase!]]+See [[i_am_injecting_but_the_ivs_don_t_increase|Tutorial:​ I am injecting but the IVs don't increase!]]
  
 ==== I get 'Read XXXXX packets (got 0 ARP requests), sent 0 packets...(0 pps)' - Why it doesn'​t send any packets? ==== ==== I get 'Read XXXXX packets (got 0 ARP requests), sent 0 packets...(0 pps)' - Why it doesn'​t send any packets? ====
arp-request_reinjection.1194558008.txt.gz · Last modified: 2007/11/08 22:40 by darkaudax