I got my new yagi in the mail today. Set it up, and just sniped a 100% link with -51dBm signal strength. Transmitting 72 Mbps, receiving 55 Mbps.
Internet speed caps at just about 30/35 Mbps. Latency is not too bad, we will see how the network handles throughout the day.
In my optimism I just ordered a repeater, so I can distribute my sniped signal to my other devices for main internet usage. Might even cancel my paid wired connection if it works out well, and rely on the sniped signal and mobile data.
Have any of you guys any experience with this kit?
>like it's a real word or something
>hint: it's not
So, you basically mean you connected with your neighbor's Wi-Fi from 30 feet away with a piece of shit Chinese crap Yagi that really only has like 3.25 dBi of actual gain instead of the advertised spec of 25 dBi or something equally ridiculous and you just had to make a post on 4chan to see your own words up there on the screen in your failed attempt to actually impress people.
Holy mother of all cheap bastards!
Get job, make money, buy your own internet.
If you still can't afford it, cut out some other shit from your life that you really DONT need, like cigarettes or cable TV.
Seriously though, it's losers like the OP that are why I keep a wired connection to my computer.
Try hacking that you sumbitch.
Anyone have any experience with these funky biquad/yagi hybrid designs? I like the idea of being able to etch the actual antenna elements, and then mount them on a rail (minimizing the amount of precise bending/cutting I'd have to do)
>tfw I use WEP because its the only way I could get an android device to connect
You do realise anyone who sniffs your traffic can easily crack it, right? It's absolutely trivial because it relies on a broken cipher.
Right. But if it's set to default there's resources available online that tell you most defaults for the boxes. Finding out the actual box is pretty trivial too, since the default SSIDs broadcast some of what OP would need.
True, but then you'd have to go out of your way to change the default password to something meaningful.
Not true. The default passwords you can find online are those for the routers themselves, not for the network. Besides, the SSIDs are usually (at least here in the UK) composed of the ISP + some unique number.
I got a "warning: failed to associate..." when pen testing my router, then just sits like this for a long time. Did i make a decent password? Or is my router anti wps attackable
I want to try doing some WiFi sniping. Let's say I get a Yagi or something similar. What do I need to power such an antennae? What's the best Linux compatible system that can give me the longest range?
Any information other than your ass falling off from laughter would be appreciated.
It is, through wifite, i was able to get a handshake withing a few hours, so i changed a few things and tried this approach instead.
yes he does you mongoloid. He's asking for a linux-compatible wifi adaptor that has provisions for an external antenna, and is asking what extra devices would be necessary to make such a system useful.
It's kind of too broad a question to answer without writing a novel—options range from sticking a coathanger in the coaxial port of a wifi dongle to tuned filters, custom amps, and experimental antennas—but it's a perfectly coherent one
The thingy that you plug in and it goes 'beep boop' and lets you connect to the interwebsites.
Seriously, it's not fucking difficult to use context clues.
One that's high powered and has a chipset that works with Linux. Not some bullshit broadcom adapter.
>there's resources available online that tell you most defaults for the boxes.
I hacked my neighbor the other day.
lol That cuck actually though I wouldn't figure out his password
If any of you guys are nearby ever, feel free to use it