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Hi I just want to know how to inject virus on unauthorized devices connecting on our internet. 

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uh pretty sure thats not morally or legally correct.

why on earth would anyone want to help you do that?

 

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2 minutes ago, SignatureSigner said:

uh pretty sure thats not morally or legally correct.

why on earth would anyone want to help you do that?

 

The resolution to your problem is Changing your password 🙂

 

 

Morally correct?  Smacking someone who's illegally using your network?  Yeah, all day every day.

 

But change your password, SSID, and then hide it.

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12 minutes ago, Dedayog said:

and then hide it.

this is helpful for someone who doesn't know much more than how to connect to an open ssid. But just a word of warning, hiding an SSID is basically useless if the offender knows more than that. It is trivial to discover a network with a hidden SSID (as it is still broadcasting).

 

with aircrack-ng it is as simple as

airmon-ng start wlan0

 

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Or, and hear me out. Instead of trying to do something convoluted and malicious. You could try increasing your wireless security.

 

Just a thought. It's not hard. Use your own complex password that you can remember. Use the highest encryption that all your devices support (usually WPA2-PSK but there are higher standards if devices support it). If you want to get really paranoid about it you can setup an ACL and only allow certain clients based on their MAC. You can also blacklist MACs but that would be pointless if you have persistent unwelcome people connecting.

 

You could also segregate it into a separate subnet so it's harder for them to see anything you're doing on your wired network.

 

Nothing is fullproof but making it more annoying for them to try and use is usually a good deterrent.

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You can also implement explicit registration requirements (think like how you have to sign into a hotel or plane wifi). I know the edgerouter has this capability, it is called captive portal. Ofcourse, this is almost 100% not necessary, though it can raise the bar of entry significantly.

 

The key here is if this is just people connecting to an open wifi connection, versus you having someone explicitly target your network that is using malicious tools and techniques to gain access, (stuff like deauths).

 

for the former, you just have to bite the bullet and lock down your network. for the latter, it may be worth consultation with a third party security firm, as well as contact with law enforcement.

 

There is another potential option, that you intend to bait people onto your network in order to deliver malicious payloads, in which case I would say, don't do that.

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