bash script designed to turn wireless cards into monitor mode.
see also :
airbase-ng - aircrack-ng - airdecap-ng - airdecloak-ng - airdriver-ng - aireplay-ng - airodump-ng - airolib-ng - airserv-ng - airtun-ng - buddy-ng - easside-ng - ivstools - kstats - makeivs-ng - packetforge-ng - tkiptun-ng - wesside-ng
<start|stop> <interface> [channel]
airmon-ng <check> [kill]
add an example, a script, a trick and tips
is script can be used to enable monitor mode on wireless
interfaces. It may also be used to go back from monitor mode
to managed mode. Entering the airmon-ng command without
parameters will show the interfaces status. It can list/kill
programs that can interfere with the wireless card and set
the right sources in /etc/kismet/kismet.conf too.
start <interface> [channel]
Enable monitor mode on an interface (and specify a channel).
Note: Madwifi-ng is a special case, ’start’ has to be
used on wifi interfaces and ’stop’ on ath interfaces.
stop <interface> Disable monitor mode and go back to
managed mode (except for madwifi-ng where it kills the ath VAP).
List all possible programs that could interfere with the wireless
card. If ’kill’ is specified, it will try to kill all
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