Hey, long time no posting
I haven't used Linux for a while now, especially on my laptop (went over to OpenBSD for a while), but now I've got my dissertation to do for uni work and I've decided to do it on various aspects of WiFi security. For my project, I'm looking to build a cantenna, and possibly break (with permission, of course
) into a few networks, etc.
Doing a bit of research and asking round, it seems that the Orinoco Gold cards are the flavour of choice for most war drivers/pen testers, or the Senao SL cards, both of which have an external antenna port, but.... both are 802.11b only. So, rather than prying open my Netgear WG511 (Prism Duette iirc?) and soldering a pigtail on it, my question is:
Can I get some recommendations on a supported 802.11b AND g card that has an external antenna plug on it that doesn't need the ndis wrapper? I only say this because from what I understand, the ndis wrapper doesn't work with apps like Kismet?