The first step is to put the wireless adapter into monitor mode. In this case, we will assume that our wireless adapter uses the name wlan0 (much like before), but double-check to ensure the name is the same on your system:
airmon-ng start wlan0
Much like before, the airmon-ng utility has switched our wireless card into monitor mode and should have renamed it to something along the lines of mon0. Once this is done, we will be capable of viewing all the traffic we need:
Next, we need to make use of the airodump-ng tool to capture information from the monitor interface, like so: ...