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#1 2018-01-02 23:49:17

no0b
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Registered: 2017-12-14
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A good Wireless device for monitor and injection ?

Anyone has a 5ghz wireless device working on Parrot ? I know that TP-LINK TL-WN722N   is great for monitor and injection, but supporting only 2ghz, i'm try to find a better one before buying it. There's also the 300mbps panda usb adapter which is confirmed to works and faster, but still 2ghz.

I saw TP-Link Archer T2UH which is same look as the other TP-LINK but supporting 5ghz and going to 400+mbps, i know it works as an external wifi device on Linux, but don't know if someone managed to make it work for monitor and injection (i searched, its only vague answers), so if someone has advice/answers, greatly appreciated.

I'm not interested in Alfa devices because it's hard to move with them, an USB dongle is better for me.

The Panda PAU09 N600 seems to be working for 5ghz from https://miloserdov.org/?p=250    , it support many OS

Last edited by no0b (2018-01-05 13:23:40)

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#2 2018-01-05 13:32:40

no0b
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Re: A good Wireless device for monitor and injection ?

I searched and it's confirmed http://www.wirelesshack.org/review-pand … ongle.html that the Panda PAU09 N600 support monitor/injection on 2 and 5 ghz channels, it's a Wireless N but is compatible with AC networks (also it works on Raspberry Pi 2 and 3). Just be careful, don't buy the "Panda N600" which does not support injection and does not have any antennas. It's the "Panda 'PAU09' N600" that has injections and antennas. And it seems to monitor as much as the most recent Alfa wireless that also support 5ghz, so unless you buy an Alfa wireless that support 5ghz and injection , and buy a booster for it (and alfa devices are annoying, always moving around, not good for laptop, + you will gain only a bit more power but pay almost twice the price of the PAU09) then you're better off with the PAU09. (RT2800usb)

If it works plug and play, and inject without any drivers installation etc on Kali, it should work fine on Parrot too or i'm wrong ?

It's RT5572, which is not on the parrot page https://docs.parrotsec.org/doku.php/sup … fi-devices, so i wonder.

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#3 2018-01-07 23:10:38

lawyer
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Registered: 2017-09-09
Posts: 36

Re: A good Wireless device for monitor and injection ?

Has somebody any experience about Alfa Network AWUS1900 ? Please share with me. Thanks!

Last edited by lawyer (2018-01-07 23:11:09)

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#4 2018-01-08 13:05:47

no0b
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Registered: 2017-12-14
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Re: A good Wireless device for monitor and injection ?

The AWUS1900 and AWUS036CH support injection and monitor but i think you will need to install the drivers yourself because they are not installed by default on Parrot https://docs.parrotsec.org/doku.php/sup … fi-devices

Also the AWUS1900 is more powerful than 036ch

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#5 2018-01-09 17:20:29

no0b
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Registered: 2017-12-14
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Re: A good Wireless device for monitor and injection ?

I used a Geant wireless adapter with RT5370 and it support monitor/injection without any installation, its plug and play, so it can be added it to the list of Parrot supported wifi devices. Here's the screenshot (i CTRL+C at right terminal to not show AP of ppl, but it found 3, it's a small adapter with single small antenna.) Also works fine with Airgeddon



Screenshot_at_2018-01-09_17-17-28.png

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