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    Something about wpa/wep key


    does anyone here know how to bypass wep/wpa code by using suse linux 10.2 and intel(R) PRO/Wireless 3945ABG Network Connection card...?thx...

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    if you are using network manager,make sure you have the correct connection setup in yast,or, switch to traditional ifup method
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    does anyone here know how to bypass wep/wpa code by using suse linux 10.2 and intel(R) PRO/Wireless 3945ABG Network Connection card...?thx...
    You can't bypass WPA keys, WEP keys can be bypassed using a combination of aireplay, airodump and aircrack, not sure if your card is supported.

    This programs are supposed to be used to test YOUR network security, or in a controlled enviromment (such as a wireless lab), do whatever else on your own responsabilty
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    Don't PM me with questions, instead post in the forums

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    Juan Pablo is right, we cannot allow discussion of hacking on the forums. Locked.

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