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Can the PTK, from the WPA handshake (or handshake packets), be saved and used for decoding subsequent captures? In other words, when raw 802.11 packets are being captured to a ring buffer, if the handshake is saved from a buffer, can it be used to decrypt the other buffers in the ring?

asked 15 Apr '14, 07:30

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