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Posted by:dmonica
Subject:Development of Apps with OS X Airport Extreme in Monitor mode
Date:09:36:17 19/01/2011

> No, it doesn't. It uses the apple wireless API. Look at packetsource_darwin.cc
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> > My ultimate purpose is to allow the use of packet manipulation tools such as scapy or pcapy (in Python), to receive and parse the received packets in monitor mode. Any hints on how I achieve this goal?
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> Get it in monitor mode, and modify them (if necessary) to set the DLT. Linux uses a single DLT for all interfaces, while BSD (and by extension, OSX) can report multiple DLTs on one interface, so if you don't set your DLT explicitly to 802.11, you'll only get EN10MB. Again, look at packetsource_darwin and packetsource_pcap
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> You generally won't be able to do injection with OSX as far as I'm aware.

Is it possible to use the drone <-> server <-> client configuration to create an application that uses the Kismet protocol to achieve mostly the same objective? (accessing the raw packets going on the wireless channel, in monitor mode?


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