Curious Wireless Connection

Data that travels over the air and how to protect (or decipher) it

Re: Curious Wireless Connection

Post by greyhat99uk on Mon Jun 09, 2008 6:07 pm
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the first thing i personally would do is 1) check the dhcp server running on ur wireless router for the connected computer's name, and 2) check the logs for activity.
first stage of the hacking anatomy is to footprint, try and gather as much information as possible about the person.

on a more advanced note.. if u notice in the logs webmail activity e.g. hotmail, yahoo, gmail etc. u could try and create a dns server on your machine and imitate the email provider and capture the credentials to find out who they are by changing the dns server ip addresses allocated on the wireless router to your own custom made dns server.
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Re: Curious Wireless Connection

Post by greyhat99uk on Mon Jun 09, 2008 6:12 pm
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If its the connection to your machine that concerns you, run etherreal (wireshark) and capture the packets for inspection to get an idea of what the objective seems to be.

What i dont understand in ur post is whether the user is connected to just the wireless LAN or to your machine also. If its the latter then which ports?
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Re: Curious Wireless Connection

Post by Mightyracoon on Wed Jun 11, 2008 10:04 pm
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Does your wife have a laptop mate? Because if she is cheating (I hope not though, for your sake...) then she may be simply sharing her connection to your router with him...surely that would bypass and security, if she already has access? This is my first post btw, wanted to get into this sort of thing for a while now...hi everybody!! lol
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Re: Curious Wireless Connection

Post by M87 on Wed Jul 16, 2008 3:13 pm
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yes what tigger has at his school is vnc and u might be able to set it up if he comes on your connection he will be under ur controll and u can fuck him up after u see his emails about maybe your wife cheatin with him :lol:
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Re: Curious Wireless Connection

Post by Static-Oblivion on Wed Jul 16, 2008 7:17 pm
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Alright first of changing your router password will not help if the key has been cracked because your router password is for the control panel of the router now if your saying that you have been changing your wireless key and hes has still been able to connect then yes you have somebody cracking your key and or your wife is a cheating whore giving your netz away.You can try to upgrade the encryption as previously stated to wpa-tkip if your not already using that,if your router does not support wpa get a new router,also try to not tell your wife the pass see what results that yields and then theres always waiting in the closet with a shotgun although I would prefer a Butcher knife that way I can quickly and silently kill both,you have multiple options from there.Also just to make sure we are not leaving room for human error here if you are noticing this strange connection on you control pannel and then you scan your network with advanced lan scanner like said above and the ip adress is 192.168.1.0/1 then it is you router and you are a retard however I will be giving you the credit you deserve in thinking that you wouldn't be that stupid,after all you were able to detect your wife cheating so you must be a fairly sharp person,good luck.
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Re: Curious Wireless Connection

Post by danxyoo on Mon Jul 28, 2008 2:29 pm
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excacly change it to wpa

also take a shotgun and look buy your window you might see a hacker ;)
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Re: Curious Wireless Connection

Post by Kasterborus on Mon Aug 04, 2008 1:27 am
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Write a Virus that screws a wireless Modem, then write an Anti-Virus and put it on all your own compyters, then release the Virus onto all computers on your network. Guarenteed the Connections will stop. Mate of mine did it, he was getting $2500 a month over his bandwidth, this was his solution.

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Re: Curious Wireless Connection

Post by _avalon_ on Tue Aug 05, 2008 5:21 pm
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You better make damn sure that your anti-virus works if you're gonna try that solution
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Re: Curious Wireless Connection

Post by muller2008 on Thu Aug 07, 2008 10:01 am
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What is the make of your wireless modem?

Just for now, lets say it is a Belkin54G. This IP address is:192.168.2.1 but others are 192.168.1.1 or 0.1 just depends on the make.

Go into control panel and network connections, right click on local area connection and go into properties, next select Internet protocol (TC/IP) and select properties.Now select use the following IP address and Now set your IP address to 192.168.2.2 and subnet just click and it will put it in itself, next at the bottom Default gateway type in 192.168.2.1 click ok. Now turn off your router from the switch, wait 30seconds you should see your computer say network cable unplugged. and a red X in the little monitor bottom right of your screen on the bottom bar. This will disconnect anyone who is at this moment in time using your connection and also who may also be using the IP address of 192.168.2.2. Turn the router back on again and when you see the connection is bach up again. Go to the address bar on your IE browser and type in 192.168.2.1 and hit enter.

You should now get the routers splash screen or a small window open up asking you for the username and password. if it is set to factory default type in admin in both of them. This will let you into the router setup. Go to the wireless security section and set it to WPA/WPA2-Personal(PSK) and enable it. Set your password make sure it is something you will remember and that no-one else could easly guess. Don't use childrens names, dates of birth and the ilk. Use something obscure and remember the syntax of it, as it is syntax dependent in the WAP key. Now enable and save it to the router. And log-out of the router.

Now you will have to go back to control panel and network connections, Local area connection and reset your IP address to Obtain an IP Address Automatically. Now when you connect to your wireless WIFI it will tell you it is WPA encrypted and ask you for the password. Type in exactly the password you set on the router and bingo. WAP Security is now set-up and your network should be free of free-loaders. OK? Hope this helps and is not too long winded? Have a good one!
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Re: Curious Wireless Connection

Post by muller2008 on Thu Aug 07, 2008 10:11 am
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By the way. Forgot to mention. You can block any IP Address other than your IP Address of 192.168.2.2 and if your wife has a laptop her's might be 192.168.2.3 well you can tell the router not to accept any other IP addresses and even if he got your password which I doubt as you should set-up your wife's laptop yourself and not tell her the key. It won't connect. You could also make your computer and your wife's computer have the static IP addresses of 2.2 and 2.3 in the TCP/IP in your local area network. This way no-one will get your IP automatically as it is fixed. Tell NO-ONE your WPA Key OK?
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