Wireless frame injectors allow attackers to customize the wireless frames they send. For instance, they can craft a deauthentication wireless frame for the purposes of deauthenticating a connected wireless client from an AP by making it look like it is originating from the AP.
Literally any type of wireless 802.11 frame can be crafted by packet injector tools. Tools exist that emulate a real AP by injecting beacon frames, probe responses, and even authentication and association frames just to trick wireless clients into thinking a legitimate AP is in the vicinity. Examples of packet injectors include Aireplay-ng, Probemapper, Omerta, Voidll, WLAN-Jack, FATA-Jack, and File2Air.
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