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What is packet reinjection?

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What is packet reinjection?

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Packet reinjection is a very advanced WEP cracking technique. Be aware that this is the bleeding edge of technology, so it might not work every time. When you use this attack, KisMAC will try to find packets that will cause another computer to respond. The program will then send these packets over and over again. If KisMAC detects answers, it will go into injection mode. Now the network will generate huge amounts of traffic, and more weak frames will be generated. Wireless networks with WEP can be broken within an hour, sometimes only 10 minutes. Please be aware that all detections are of a heuristic nature, therefore it might not always be working. See the additional information section for more info.

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