Is it possible to identify a priori the bit rate of a password encryption?
Eg. I know my network is 128-bit WEP encrypted, but airodump only says it's WEP, how do I find out it is 128 bit?
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Is it possible to identify a priori the bit rate of a password encryption?
Eg. I know my network is 128-bit WEP encrypted, but airodump only says it's WEP, how do I find out it is 128 bit?
There's no way other than cracking it, as far as I know.
One way of looking at it might be that a 64-Bit key is simply just a 128-Bit with 64 of the bits blanked out (or I might talking shite).