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From: irongeek at irongeek.com (Adrian Crenshaw)
Date: Wed, 13 May 2009 10:23:35 -0400

All hail Josh, master of WiFu! I appreciate you modding the program for me,
I plan to use it in a class shortly. Also, I'll work on getting a cygwined
version compiled, and post the binaries / code.

Thanks,
Adrian

On Wed, May 13, 2009 at 10:09 AM, Joshua Wright <jwright at hasborg.com> wrote:

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In my defense, I'd like to point out a comment in the source:

/*
 * NB: This is simplistic analysis, and doesn't accommodate other link
 * types.  There is an opportunity here to make it 100% less teh suck.
 */

That being said, I think Adrian is a pretty cool guy, so I am releasing
a new version of wlan2eth with 3.14159% less teh suck.  This new version
handles more link types and ad-hoc traffic as well:

http://www.willhackforsushi.com/code/wlan2eth/wlan2eth-1.2.tgz

There is no README or any other documentation, so if someone wants to
whip that up for me, I'll happily include it (and I'll think fondly of
you, often). :)

Adrian also PM'd me about Windows support.  If you install Cygwin with
the development tools, you should be able to compile and use wlan2eth on
Windows no problem.  I've developed an abhorrence to Cygwin development,
so I don't have it installed anymore.  If you do get it built or run
into trouble using it on Windows, please let me know and I'll (*sigh*)
look into it.

Thanks,

- -Josh

p.s. I've been doing some interesting (IMHO) ZigBee analysis work
lately, which you can check out on my new-fangled WordPress site at
www.willhackforsushi.com.  Fellow ZigBee hackers (or other interested
parties), please drop me a note, I think we need a mailing list, or
something.

Adrian Crenshaw wrote:
Thanks. I'll send you a personal email shortly.

Adrian

On Tue, May 12, 2009 at 7:22 PM, Joshua Wright <jwright at hasborg.com>
wrote:

Hi Adrian!

If you can send me a pcap file, I'll figure out what's wrong and send
a note back to the list.  Thanks,

-Josh
--
Sent from my iPwned

On May 12, 2009, at 6:01 PM, Adrian Crenshaw <irongeek at irongeek.com>
wrote:

Hi all,
     I assume many of you know of Josh Wright's tool wlan2eth. Many
tools can take raw ethernet pcap files, but not 802.11 dumps, so
being able to convert would be a big help. I did a capture using the
following commands:

airmon-ng start ra0 11
tcpdump -s 0 -w test.pcap

I take a look at the pcap file and it looks like 802.11 frames, with
some non management stuff like arp and upnp, but when I use wlan2eth
all I get is this:

root at box# wlan2eth delme.pcap decoded.pcap
Converted 0 packets.

and an empty pcap file. Any ideas.

Adrian
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