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BackTrack 5 Wireless Penetration Testing Beginner’s Guide by Vivek Ramachandran

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Time for action finding rogue access points

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  1. We dump a list of all MAC addresses on the switch of the clients network. In the most common case, the wired and wireless interface MAC addresses differ by 1. We find the following list of addresses on the switches: 00:21:91:D2:8E:26 and 00:24:B2:24:7E:BF that are close to the ones we saw in the air.
  2. These are close to the access points as shown in the screenshot:
    Time for action finding rogue access points
  3. This brings us to the conclusion that the access point with ESSID New NETGEAR and wireless MAC address 00:24:B2:24:7E:BE and wired-side MAC address 00:24:B2:24:7E:BF is a rogue device:
  4. We now use ...

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