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tkiptun-ng [2009/09/26 20:41]
darkaudax Fiex typos
tkiptun-ng [2009/09/27 16:01] (current)
darkaudax Updated to reflect v1.0
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 NOTE: This documentation is still under development.  Please check back on a regular basis to obtain the latest updates.  If you have any feedback on the documentation, please post your comments to the [[http://forum.aircrack-ng.org|Forum]]. NOTE: This documentation is still under development.  Please check back on a regular basis to obtain the latest updates.  If you have any feedback on the documentation, please post your comments to the [[http://forum.aircrack-ng.org|Forum]].
  
-**IMPORTANT NOTE:** The tkiptun-ng SVN version is not fully working.  The final attack phase is not yet implemented.  The other portions are working with the ieee80211 drivers for RT73 and RTL8187L chipsets.  The madwifi-ng driver is definitely broken and is known to completely fail.  tkiptun-ng may work with other drivers but has not been tested so your mileage may vary.+**IMPORTANT NOTE:** The tkiptun-ng included in v1.0 is not fully working.  The final attack phase is not yet implemented.  The other portions are working with the ieee80211 drivers for RT73 and RTL8187L chipsets.  The madwifi-ng driver is definitely broken and is known to completely fail.  tkiptun-ng may work with other drivers but has not been tested so your mileage may vary.
  
 Tkiptun-ng is a tool created by Martin Beck aka hirte, a member of aircrack-ng team. This tool is able to inject a few frames into a WPA TKIP network with QoS.  He worked with Erik Tews (who created PTW attack) for a conference in [[http://pacsec.jp/|PacSec 2008]]: "Gone in 900 Seconds, Some Crypto Issues with WPA". Tkiptun-ng is a tool created by Martin Beck aka hirte, a member of aircrack-ng team. This tool is able to inject a few frames into a WPA TKIP network with QoS.  He worked with Erik Tews (who created PTW attack) for a conference in [[http://pacsec.jp/|PacSec 2008]]: "Gone in 900 Seconds, Some Crypto Issues with WPA".
tkiptun-ng.txt · Last modified: 2009/09/27 16:01 by darkaudax