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WPS Flaw Vulnerable Devices - Google Docs First test, with WPS PIN enabled: router was responding to PIN requests. Reaver was cycling through attempted PINs. I only attempted to attack the router for a few minutes, but it appeared Reaver would have found the PIN eventually. WPS Flaw Vulnerable Devices - Google Docs
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Comment savoir qui se connecte sur mon wifi ? Avec Hadopi, vous flippez votre race que quelqu'un soit connecté à votre réseau Wifi ? Parfois, il est possible de voir quels sont les ordinateurs connectés à votre box via l'interface d'admin de celle-ci mais ce n'est pas toujours possible. Pour ça, je vous recommande le dernier soft de l'ami Nir Sofer qui s'appelle Wireless Network Watcher (Pour Windows) et qui scanne le réseau wifi sur lequel vous êtes connecté afin de lister tous les ordinateurs et autres appareils qui l'utilisent. Adresse IP, adresse Mac, société qui a fabriqué la carte réseau (ça se trouve à partir de l'adresse Mac) et le nom de l'ordinateur. Comment savoir qui se connecte sur mon wifi ? Comment savoir qui se connecte sur mon wifi ?
How to Crack a Wi-Fi Network's WPA Password with Reaver

How to Crack a Wi-Fi Network's WPA Password with Reaver

Turning the SSID broadcast off won't do anything to enhance security; if anything, it can actually reduce your security. The reason for this is that when the access point isn't broadcasting the SSID, your wireless device has to initiate the conversation, as opposed to the other way around. This means that if you take your laptop to other locations, it will send out signals asking your home SSID if it's there, which could be recorded by any nearby device that's listening.
Long time reader, first time caller. For the record, I have serious problems with LifeHacker giving out actual hacking advice. As a member of the IT Security community, the "knowledge is power" argument is a little dangerous. Please, publish all the articles you want on tightening wireless router security, but I urge you to practice a little restraint before teaching people how to do dangerous things. Yes, you can say that it's the reader's responsibility to use this knowledge appropriately, but this knowledge gives people the tools they need to do something illegal. I've met 20-year old girls who don't think it's wrong to break into their boyfriend's Hotmail account to see if he's sleeping around. How to Crack a Wi-Fi Network's WEP Password with BackTrack How to Crack a Wi-Fi Network's WEP Password with BackTrack
Well, QoS point is interesting, although I don't see any practical value in that. However, maybe it makes more sense with really weak networks. Not sure that it makes sense to tinker with a budget router, because an alternate firmware won't make it work much faster. If it's not Atheros (Broadcom, for example), developers are unlikely to have access to drivers' source codes (though, in some cases they sign an NDA). Besides, my "high-end" RT-N66U is $130, and there are lots of other options in $100 range. How to Supercharge Your Router with DD-WRT How to Supercharge Your Router with DD-WRT
Yesterday the Wall Street Journal reported that Google is working on a “multi-pronged effort” to build wireless networks that could connect more than a billion people in emerging markets. According to unnamed sources, the company wants to connect people outside of major cities in sub-Saharan Africa and Southeast Asia through a combination of frequencies used for television broadcasting, special balloons or blimps transmitting on non-TV broadcast frequencies, and potentially through satellite transmissions. Making wireless speed faster in urban centers is also a potential goal for the project, the WSJ 's sources said. Sources also said that Google might be looking to team up with local telecommunications companies to achieve greater wireless coverage, but it is still unclear whether any deals are on the table yet. Report: Google considering Internet balloons to connect sub-Saharan Africa Report: Google considering Internet balloons to connect sub-Saharan Africa
High-altitude platform High-altitude platform A U.S. Air ForceMartin EB-57B Canberra (s/n 52-1499) of the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force. This aircraft had been built as an B-57B-MA and was later converted to a JB-57B as a target for high-altitude platforms and for calibration of cameras.
Google puts wallet behind African wireless broadband effort For Google, space may really be its final frontier. Shortly after the company arranged for exclusive access to a new imaging satellite comes word that it's backing a venture to use satellites to provide broadband to a poorly served swathe of equatorial Africa. The project hopes to piggyback on the growing cellphone infrastructure in this corner of the developing world in order to provide service in areas that aren't really touched by fiber.
Got this to work on the WRT54G v8 (will work on 7 as well, just replace the one file with the corresponding 7 version): First of all, use IE explorer. Firefox didn't work at all on this for me, even after install. Second, go to this page - [www.dd-wrt.com] Read the textfile carefully and follow its instructions.

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Une fois n'est pas coutume, c'est du côté de Kickstarter que les yeux se tournent, grâce à l'emergence d'un projet visant à combiner les connexions WiFi pour obtenir de meilleurs débits ! Dispatch, dont il est question ici, sonne un peu comme un projet irréel. Pour cause : il viserait à combiner les connexions WiFi afin de jouir de débits plus musclés. Développé par les petits gars de Connectify, il pourrait par exemple user d'une connexion WiFi publique relativement décevante lorsqu'elle est utilisée "seule" (du WiFi public de gare, de restaurant, ect.) pour la combiner avec un autre réseau, du genre d'un hotspot 3G, de votre hotspot 3G plus précisément. Là où c'est encore plus intéressant, c'est qu'il serait possible de hiérarchiser ses connexions. Dispatch : combiner les connexions WiFi pour un meilleur résultat !
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Comment ouvrir et mapper facilement des ports sur votre routeur Comment ouvrir et mapper facilement des ports sur votre routeur Besoin d'ouvrir un port spécifique sur votre routeur / box ? Mais ça vous gonfle car il faut retrouver le mot de passe du routeur, son adresse IP, s'y connecter et faire la modif ? Je vous propose de vous simplifier la vie en utilisant la fonctionnalité UPNP de votre routeur et une application Java baptisée UPnP PortMapper. Cette petite application qui tourne aussi bien sous Linux que OSX et Windows permet de configurer et d'ouvrir tous les ports qu'il vous plaira sur votre routeur favori, sans avoir à vous y connecter. Pratique non ?
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