Trying to install wifi adaptor to kali linux manually

I have a huaweii matebookd, with a VM box and kali linux installed.
Bought a Wireless adapter (TL-WN725N), and although it appears on my VM, it does not appear on my kali.
I am trying to manually install it using these instructions:
1)You will need to blacklist another driver in order to use this one.
2)”echo “blacklist r8188eu” > “/etc/modprobe.d/realtek.conf”
3)”make && make install”
4)Reboot in order to blacklist and load the new driver/module.

However, when I am on step 3, this error appears:
make *** no rule to make target “install”. Stop.

Then it says no targets specified and no makefile found. Stop.

Any suggestions?

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Author: Pedro

WPA3-Enterprise Modes

Looking at the Wi-Fi alliance document we find basically three modes:

  • WPA3-Enterprise only Mode
  • WPA3-Enterprise transition Mode
  • WPA3-Enterprise 192-bit Mode

Inside another document provided by Aruba there is another definition:

  • WPA3-Enterprise Basic Basic Opmode is essentially the same as WPA2-Enterprise with enforced PMF settings (MFPR=0, MFPC=1)
  • WPA3-Enterprise: Suite-B/CNSA top-secret security standards for Enterprise WiFi are enforced, deriving at least 384-bit PMK/MSK using Suite-B compatible EAP-TLS.

The questions are about these differences:

  • How many modes are there?
  • Is 192-bit mode mandatory for WPA3-Enterprise or not?

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Author: Hoper

If I am trying to clean install a MacOS with internet recovery, is it safer to use mobile network than WIFI network?

I just clean installed my MacOS Catalina on my MacBook due to virus on my PC that I worried got on my MacBook via usb file transfer.

I did an internet recovery to reinstall MacOS Catalina with my home WiFi network, with password protected. However, since my Pc was had a virus, I was worried that my IP addresss and home WiFi network has been compromised, can I still trust that the installation was not tempered with? Or should I perhaps reinstall it again using mobile network? Since I have heard that mobile data are much more secure than WiFi network.

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Author: Ecotistician

Prevention of RF-Capture Based Attack

I am looking for preventive measures to an RF-Capture based attack. I have found faraday material capable of attenuating wifi signals up to about 80-90dB, but is that sufficient to block all possibility of a close range attack? Or is it feasable that signals can be emitted strong enough to penetrate this barrier at close range?

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Author: McWayWeb

no wifi connection with ubuntu

no wifi connection with ubuntu

I recently purchased a used Samsung Galaxy Book and after experiencing the Win 10 dual booted with Ubuntu 20.04.
I have been researching the forums but I am still unable to make the wifi work or even find any signals.
As a last resort I have also installed Connman hoping it would find the connection but no luck.
Some of the information is listed below
Thank you

ubuntu@ubuntu-Galaxy-Book-12:~$ rfkill list
0: hci0: Bluetooth
Soft blocked: no
Hard blocked: no

description: Network controller
product: QCA6174 802.11ac Wireless Network Adapter
vendor: Qualcomm Atheros
physical id: 0
bus info: pci@0000:01:00.0
version: 32
width: 64 bits
clock: 33MHz
capabilities: bus_master cap_list
configuration: driver=ath10k_pci latency=0
resources: irq:131 memory:df400000-df5fffff
description: Ethernet interface
physical id: 1
bus info: usb@2:4.2.2
logical name: enx00909e9dd80e
serial: 00:90:9e:9d:d8:0e
size: 1Gbit/s
capacity: 1Gbit/s
capabilities: ethernet physical tp mii 10bt 10bt-fd 100bt 100bt-fd 1000bt 1000bt-fd autonegotiation
configuration: autonegotiation=on broadcast=yes driver=ax88179_178a duplex=full ip= link=yes multicast=yes port=MII speed=1Gbit/s

ubuntu@ubuntu-Galaxy-Book-12:~$ sudo ifconfig wlan0 up
[sudo] password for ubuntu:
wlan0: ERROR while getting interface flags: No such device
ubuntu@ubuntu-Galaxy-Book-12:~$ ip link set wlan0 up
Cannot find device “wlan0”
ubuntu@ubuntu-Galaxy-Book-12:~$ iwconfig
enx00909e9dd80e no wireless extensions.

lo no wireless extensions.

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Author: Smokeyone