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supported_packets [2008/08/06 21:56]
darkaudax
supported_packets [2008/08/09 20:35]
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 ====== Tutorial: Packets Supported for the PTW Attack ====== ====== Tutorial: Packets Supported for the PTW Attack ======
-Version: 1.01 August 6, 2008\\+Version: 1.02 August 9, 2008\\
 By: darkAudax By: darkAudax
  
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 This tutorial is intended to explore this problem in more detail.  Hopefully it will allow people to understand when alternate techniques are to be used. This tutorial is intended to explore this problem in more detail.  Hopefully it will allow people to understand when alternate techniques are to be used.
  
-Another important limitation is that only ARP packets can be used for all WEP lengths.  All others are limited to 40 and 104 bit WEP.+Another important limitation is that the PTW attack currently can only crack 40 and 104 bit WEP keys.
  
 This [[http://www.erg.abdn.ac.uk/users/gorry/course/lan-pages/llc.html|web page]] briefly describes the IEEE 802.3 Logical Link Control.  It explains the following terms which are used in the table below: This [[http://www.erg.abdn.ac.uk/users/gorry/course/lan-pages/llc.html|web page]] briefly describes the IEEE 802.3 Logical Link Control.  It explains the following terms which are used in the table below:
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 ^ Protocol ^ Address Information ^ Packet Information ^ Comments ^ PTW ^ ^ Protocol ^ Address Information ^ Packet Information ^ Comments ^ PTW ^
-|Spanning Tree (STP)|Destination MAC 01:80:C2:00:00:00|DSAP 0x42, SSAP 0x42, Control Frame Type 0x03|The Spanning Tree protocol is used to prevent routing loops between switches|Yes.  Limited to 40bits.|+|Spanning Tree 802.1D (STP)|Destination MAC 01:80:C2:00:00:00|DSAP 0x42, SSAP 0x42, Control Frame Type 0x03|The Spanning Tree protocol is used to prevent routing loops between switches|Yes.  Limited to 40bits.|
 |Port Aggregation Protocol (PAgP)|Destination MAC 01:00:0C:CC:CC:CC|DSAP 0xAA, SSAP 0xAA, Control Frame Type 0x03, Organization Code 0x00000C, Protocol 0x0104|Used to bundle porfts on Catalys switches into EtherChannel.  Similar to Ethernet bonding in the linux world.|No| |Port Aggregation Protocol (PAgP)|Destination MAC 01:00:0C:CC:CC:CC|DSAP 0xAA, SSAP 0xAA, Control Frame Type 0x03, Organization Code 0x00000C, Protocol 0x0104|Used to bundle porfts on Catalys switches into EtherChannel.  Similar to Ethernet bonding in the linux world.|No|
 |VLAN Trunking Protocol (VTP)|Destination MAC 01:00:0C:CC:CC:CC|DSAP 0xAA, SSAP 0xAA, Control Frame Type 0x03, Organization Code 0x00000C, Protocol 0x2003|Provides information about configured virtual  LANs (VLANs)|No| |VLAN Trunking Protocol (VTP)|Destination MAC 01:00:0C:CC:CC:CC|DSAP 0xAA, SSAP 0xAA, Control Frame Type 0x03, Organization Code 0x00000C, Protocol 0x2003|Provides information about configured virtual  LANs (VLANs)|No|
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