Set Up Aliasing in Your Mac’s Bash Profile for Easier Wi-Fi Packet Captures [Tutorial]
Cyber Weapons Lab, Episode 027
Sniffing Wi-Fi packets on a macOS computer can be a pretty annoying experience even with third-party tools like Wireshark that give you a whole lot of information. It turns out, though, that macOS has its own set of tools that are pretty useful for sniffing Wi-Fi packets. However, the terminal strings to use them are monstrously long. We’ll show you how to shorten these into manageable shorter commands with aliasing on this episode of Cyber Weapons Lab.
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