We discussed earlier how to use Hostapd to configure our access point. In this example, we will also demonstrate another Kali Linux application, known as airbase-ng, to accomplish the same outcome. This is an alternative to the earlier procedure. When the wireless clients connect to our access point, we provide them with Internet connectivity through our wired Ethernet connection. While in this example, we assume that there is an available Ethernet connection on the attacker machine; this can also be accomplished via another wireless adapter or 3G/4G card.
Follow these steps:
The following output shows that the wireless adapter is up and ready for our attack setup.
#ifconfig –ashows all interfaces present in the system; in our case,
wlan0is the wireless interface...