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International Journal of Information Technology & Computer Science ( IJITCS )

Abstract :

Wireless network monitoring can be used to the areas like network monitoring and information forensics. However, the great packet loss rate has always been its biggest bottleneck. This paper presents an efficient method of wireless network monitoring to reduce the packet loss. This method firstly forges a pseudo wireless access point with the information of original wireless access point, and builds up an extended service set together with the original access point. Then the stations are induced to the pseudo wireless access point with deauthentication flood attack without notice. Finally, packets of stations on pseudo wireless access point are captured with almost zero packet loss. Compared with the traditional method, this method has high efficiency and a very low rate of packet loss. It improves the existing wireless network monitoring methods .

Keywords :

: wireless network monitoring, pseudo wireless access point, deauthentication flood attacks, data capture

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