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20/01/2017 11:38 pm  

Is there a way around this ?

I don't think there is a way to protect WiFi from bad guys sending Deauth Packets. Jamming our WiFi to get handshake. 

Have been doing some reading on this topic recently on Net. Haven't found any solid solution for it. but came across with this  "Protected Management Frames" method. 

Have any of  you guys heard of it ? 

 

 

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21/01/2017 3:17 pm  

I don't Know Much About This Topic But Is It Possible To Set A change Mac Address to Make It Harder?

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21/01/2017 3:55 pm  

DNS Spoofing ? bad guys could do that as a way around it. And it can be done in seconds. 

I just wanna know if anyone here have heard of that method or have tried it" Protected Management Frames"  

I heard Cisco has technology like that, but haven't looked into it

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23/01/2017 7:52 pm  

The only way I could personally see of preventing a deauth would be to have the device (phone/computer) ignore deauth packets. Problem with this being that on large wifi networks that support roaming, deauth packets might be used to hand you off to a different access point.

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24/01/2017 3:05 am  

Oh . yeah . Have heard of that method. 

What is that again ? what is it called ? 

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24/01/2017 1:27 pm  

I'm really not sure. I found this on stackoverflow which kinda explains my thoughts on this:

http://security.stackexchange.com/questions/20219/preventing-deauthentication-attacks

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28/02/2017 9:37 am  

Hi, I have instructions to hacking wi-fi, do u want to read? Its information can protect u.

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