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Old 4th January 2012
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Let laptop1=server(secured) and laptop2=unauthorized_client.
I want to test out if laptop1 can be penetrated by laptop2.
Both are wireless.
How do I setup laptop2 so that it can broadcast a signal.

Both laptops are mine and both are Gateway M275's. The client will be using a custom liveCD. The operating system is Linux(debian) for both.
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How do I setup laptop2 so that it can broadcast a signal.
Please restate the question. I can't tell if you're asking for WiFi infrastructure (IEEE 802.11*) information, IP investigative protocol information, or a request for application/tool suggestions, or if you're asking for something else entirely.

If you are asking for software suggestions, you might suggest which of the BSDs you're interested in at the moment, since you're posting in a non-specific forum, and some applications may be specific to one or another.
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I didn't think of the BSDs but, thanks, I'll go from there.
For both protocol and tools.
1) To be able to setup a network and see how long it takes to break into it.
2) To have a server that is capable of ping flooding or a similar attack against a client.
3) To have an independent client capable of ping flooding or a similar attack against the server.
4) To create a doppelganger network with honeypot and endless redirect.

I'm more familiar with FreeBSD and somewhat with OpenBSD. I'm playing around with the aircrack-ng tools on Linux but they should be available for either of the two named systems.
Some familiarity with nmap, p0f, and the normal tools. I haven't played with netcat much.
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