Time for action – Wireless Eavesdropping

Follow these instructions to get started:

  1. Replicate the entire setup as in the previous lab. Fire up Wireshark. Interestingly, even the MITM-bridge shows up. This interface would allow us to peer into the bridge traffic, if we wanted to:
    Time for action – Wireless Eavesdropping
  2. Start sniffing on the at0 interface so that we can monitor all traffic sent and received by the wireless client:
    Time for action – Wireless Eavesdropping
  3. On the wireless client, open up any web page. In my case, the wireless access point is also connected to LAN and I will open it up by using the address http://192.168.0.1 ...

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