What is Extra: rsn_ie ?
bryan at kadzban.is-a-geek.net
Mon Apr 3 22:02:16 EDT 2006
Timo Pannes wrote:
> That means that you can distinguish WPA2 enabled networks from those
> using just WEP. But afaik there is no way to distinguish between WPA
> and WEP without sniffing some of the initialization traffic, isn't
A WPA2/RSN network will have an RSN IE in the beacons and probe response
A WPA network will have a WPA IE in the beacons and probe responses.
A WEP network will have the "privacy" bit set in one of the IEs in the
beacons and probe responses, and will contain neither a WPA nor an RSN
IE. (WPA/WPA2 networks usually also have the "privacy" bit set, but
that may not be required by those standards. I'm not sure.)
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