Hence the reason why it can't open/find the file!
I created a very small wordlist for my videos, because I didn't want to wait ages!
If you don't have your own, BackTrack comes with a few wordlists: /pentest/passwords/wordlists/
How far close/away are you?
What happens if you filter airodump-ng to use just your BSSID & channel? (As its your network, you can log into the router, and get it's BSSID and channel number.)
Is the SSID hidden? If yes, start capturing, get another node to connect to the network. Can you see the SSID then?
I've saved a copy ;)
Thanks for the thanks too!
i have a problem by adding new password database to airolib-ng.
i create my password list by crunch but no one add to database by airlib-ng
i reaved invalid password
please help me
I'm new in linux, so please help me =o)
When I want to crack wifi, after step: aireplay-ng --deauth 10 -a 00:1B:9E:B2:60:00 -c 00:12:17:94:90:0D mon0... I filled it right with my MAC adresses, but then it write, that my AP is set up to -1... Can you tell me please, what have to do?
Sorry for my English and thanks =o)
One more question: Dictionaries? What they contains? If I know that the password is like gymn512um, or something like that, will it find it?
WPA keys are between 8-63 char long, how long are the words generated from crunch?
Dictionaries/wordlists contain a mass of words which could be used for passwords. It depends on the wordlist you use if it will be included!
I've got the wep cracking down and started working on wpa but I am unable to capture a handshake. I've looked at the capture file in wireshark and have a handful of eapol packets...looking at them it appears to be from the client. How to I go to the next step and get the router packets so I can capture the handshake? Not looking for a tutorial but any tips to get me in the right direction would be great....or let me know if I'm in the completely wrong direction.
Ok, I tried the same process on another wpa router and I captured the handshake. Curious why I was only getting 2/4 packets of the handshake on the other router. Anyone got a good source I can read on how to figure out exactly why I can't capture the handshake on the other router?
Looks like it'll be ages...ha ha! Good thing I have a couple extra computers to play on. Anyone got any good sources I can read on about using rainbow tables? Basically, any way to speed this process up as much as possible. I'm willing to read, just hard finding good up to date sources.