pyrit .2.4 - 0.2.5 not working with cuda?
Hi there, I have got cuda installed and I upgraded to pyrit 0.2.5 svn ------
I'm wondering if anyone has played with this specifically with a passthrough to cowpatty?
I am working with a 1GB file I then genpmk etc
My original pyrit was getting buffer overflows and guess what I still get buffer overflows...I didn't get B/O's on small files...
I'm wondering if anyone has the syntax to do a passthrough, because the commands have changed and there is very little at the pyrit wiki about the usage......
any help as per usual is appreciated, but for now I will play with aircrack......hmmm so slow :)
already spoke to pureh@te
Yeah, the guide although very good is useless. Pureh@te said in another thread that the Driver or something is broken and if I wanted the package I'd have to compile them myself........
So yeah I got it installed and an updated version of pyrit.
the syntax has changed and i'm wondering if anyone knows how to do a passthrough with the version, since there is almost no documentation.......so far.
I figured all of you smart cookies might be able to put something together, a little more updated. I would, beleive me i've tried, but can't really get it to play friendly:(
really sorry for how that sounded
Really really sorry for the way that sounded Pureh@te, really. you are right about software ever-changing, really sorry,especially considering how time and effort you put into these forums and everything else you do concerning helping/compiling/maintaining BT and it's forums.....
In case you didnt know software is ever changing. That guide is old and you sound like a ungrateful little snot. I wont bother writing a new one since the stuff I write is "useless"
pyrit -e "essid" -i /path/to/wordlist -r /path/to/cap/file attack_passthrough
You seriously couldn't figure that out?
I didn't mean it like that, I just didn't have enough info I guess either way accept my sincere apology, coz you are a legend.
and thanks for the syntax - and yeah I couldn't work that out........very steep learning curve for me........ but the more i read the more i learn, and since you guys keep producing quality, well i'll learn good :):D
cheers again to all