The Access Point Mapping feature is used to create wireless site
surveys that are useful for detecting rogue access points. SILICA now
can generate detailed reports in Microsoft Word (.docx) format. In
addition of the mappings and tables that can be seen in the SILICA user
interface, the report includes additional mappings generated by
individual capture paths (also known as walking sessions). These maps
are intended to detect errors or details not shown on other
Better error detection when connecting to access points.
SILICA now does better handling of errors when connecting to an
access point. SILICA will detect and warn about the wrong key being
used if possible. Also, SILICA now monitors the connection quality
while connected to an access point, warning the user if a high rate of
packet loss is detected.
Improvement in "Deauthenticate all clients" module
When attacking an access point with many clients, SILICA waited for
acknowledgement packets from every individual station after sending a
deauth packet. Since this release, SILICA does not wait for
acknowledgements, resulting in a more effective attack.
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