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darkaudax created - Tutorial: ARP Request Injection Packet Capture Explained
arp_inject_capture [2009/08/14 19:22] (current)
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 ====== Tutorial: ARP Request Injection Packet Capture Explained ====== ====== Tutorial: ARP Request Injection Packet Capture Explained ======
-Version: 1.00 March 292007\\+Version: 1.03 February 162009\\
 By: darkAudax By: darkAudax
  
-File linked to this tutorial: [[http://​download.aircrack-ng.org/​wiki-files/​other/​arpinjection.cap.cap|arpinjection.cap]]+File linked to this tutorial: [[http://​download.aircrack-ng.org/​wiki-files/​other/​arpinjection.cap|arpinjection.cap]] 
  
 ===== Introduction ===== ===== Introduction =====
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 This is quick and dirty explanation of a sample capture file.  It is a capture of an ARP request injection. ​ To keep things simple, I have only included three rounds. This is quick and dirty explanation of a sample capture file.  It is a capture of an ARP request injection. ​ To keep things simple, I have only included three rounds.
  
-To view the capture, use [[http://​www.wireshark.org/​|Wireshark]] to open it then "​View"​ then "​Expand All"​. ​ This shows all the sections and fields expanded. ​ You will need to scroll through the fields for each packet to locate the ones mentioned.+To view the capture, use [[http://​www.wireshark.org/​|Wireshark]] to open it then "​View"​ then "​Expand All"​. ​ This shows all the sections and fields expanded. ​ You will need to scroll through the fields for each packet to locate the ones mentioned.  See this [[faq#​can_i_use_wireshark_ethereal_to_capture_802.11_packets|FAQ entry]] to learn how to use Wireshark.
  
 The capture was done using an Atheros chipset and airodump-ng as the capture program. The capture was done using an Atheros chipset and airodump-ng as the capture program.
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 Notice the the initialization vector number (IEEE 802.11 -> WEP Parameters) is the same on each.  This is because we are injecting the same packet over and over. Notice the the initialization vector number (IEEE 802.11 -> WEP Parameters) is the same on each.  This is because we are injecting the same packet over and over.
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 +NOTE: In current versions of aireplay-ng,​ the initialization vector number changes on each injected packet since a push-down stack of the most recently received packets is used.  The following sample file shows examples of unique injected IVs: [[http://​download.aircrack-ng.org/​wiki-files/​other/​arpinjection.new.cap|arpinjection.new.cap]]
  
  
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