Archive for February 10th, 2010

I have had lots of people email me and ask if there is anyway to make it impossible for a attacker to recover your mac address from a capture file. If you are using one of our tools like the WPA Cracker in our tools section, you may be hesitant to upload a clients capture data because a skilled attacker could use the capture and the online Wiggle database to pinpoint your location assuming your area has been mapped by wardrivers. Although we run a secure site there is no way for you as the client to know this.

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I recently completed a job were the company insisted in powering down the work station every night. This caused a problem because there were shared drives on the server which did not reconnect a boot time. The drives would appear to be disconnected with red X’s however when the user clicked on them they would connect. So although they were working the fact that they did not auto connect was annoying.

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