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If you have crafted a request in the Composer tab, you should be able to hit the Execute button and send the request, which should appear as a new entry in the left-hand panel. Click the new request, and go to the Inspectors tab; at the bottom of this is the response, which you can view in a number of ways by picking from the buttons -- I expect the WebView ...


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I have not witnessed this behaviour, so in a way you might well say I do not know what I am talking about. However, I own the same network card, and I have seen it behaving erratically on many occasions. In particular, it worked satisfactorily under BT, but very erratically under Kali. Strange, you might say, given that the drivers are connected to the ...


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Here are a few possible reasons, in rough order of likelihood: A common reason for not seeing other devices' unicast traffic in a monitor-mode packet trace is that you forgot to also set promiscuous mode. Another common reason is that the traffic you were looking for wasn't on the channel you were sniffing on. This can happen if you have a dual-band ...


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Your best bet would be Wireshark with promiscuous mode as a starting point. http://www.wireshark.org/faq.html#sec7


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You can't replicate the SSL Certificate - if its being validated you are stuffed with respect of sniffing the traffic between the device and the server - but its possible that its not being validated. Depending on whether (how) the device validates the server its sending to, you might be able to do a man-in-the-middle attack on the HTTPS data. You may be ...


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Most, but not all, 802.11 packets contain a header field to report which "BSSID" the packet is on. The BSSID is the MAC address of the AP (Access Point; think "Wi-Fi router") that is hosting that network. The Wireshark syntax for this is: wlan.bssid == 00.11.22.33.44.55 Note that a simultaneous dual-band AP is technically two APs in one; one for each ...


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Sorry for not posting comment, I dont have enough "points" :). It is possibile to get data from different networks, I have been using that for debugging rts/cts packets. You can use filter to get desired results. Here are I beleive useful filters to you, got them from google search. Show only the 802.11-based traffic: wlan Show only the 802.11-based ...



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