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I have a Unique problem about backtrack ...

When i start "airmon-ng" it shows me "wlan0" and tells me that monitor mode is enabled
But it never showed me anything about mon0 or mon1 . I started using "wlan0" in place of "mon0" but when i start "airodump-ng wlan0" it does not show any wi-fi networks ... although there are some wi-fi networks ..

Thankyou
post #2 of 13
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Originally Posted by prathin2 View Post

I have a Unique problem about backtrack ...

When i start "airmon-ng" it shows me "wlan0" and tells me that monitor mode is enabled
But it never showed me anything about mon0 or mon1 . I started using "wlan0" in place of "mon0" but when i start "airodump-ng wlan0" it does not show any wi-fi networks ... although there are some wi-fi networks ..
Thankyou

I can't say for sure, but try Kali. Back Track is outdated.
post #3 of 13
Agreed on the using kali (Sort of, you should make your own ;D! ), your missing some really reall really big things for us to help you. Your type of wirless card, the driver you are using, the version of aircrack, whether it works normally or not, and if there is anything in the logs / ip a / iwconfig

But from what you have posted, it looks like you have not enabled monitor mode, did you do
airmon-ng start $CARD
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Kali? Doesn't she "lay traps for troubadours who get killed before they reach Bombay"?
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I don't think the OP is coming back frown.gif
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I don't think the OP is coming back frown.gif

Obviously. That would be why he left his email here. He doesn't seem to understand the concept of a forum.

Also to the argument earlier about the email, just do a quick Google search of it and you'll see he's been using it for the past several years on multiple sites. Definitely more of a personal email than throw away email.
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Also to the argument earlier about the email, just do a quick Google search of it and you'll see he's been using it for the past several years on multiple sites. Definitely more of a personal email than throw away email.

Interesting. Maybe they filter out results for Tor users?
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Interesting. Maybe they filter out results for Tor users?

Are you using Tor?
post #9 of 13
Anyone using Tor these days needs to be far more capable than OP. It is apparently no longer as secure as once thought. Not only does NSA and other such govt. agencies naturally scan and search any connections to such "anonymous" networking, but despite the fact that The Deep Web claims to have some 40-80 times the content of what you can see through say Google, much of it is just bots. It may have been the Wild Wild West at one time but for well over a year it has been a minefield.
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Indeed. Tor is only as secure as the exit nodes and leaked documents have suggested that governments control a large number of those nodes. What's more, the NSA have been found to specifically target people who use Tor.

Personally, I don't consider Tor to be the invisibility cloak many believe it to be. In fact I suspect it might be worse than browsing the web without. But it's impossible to prove either way.sadly.
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