But thanks for reading
If my fast reading is okay, I remember that you are talking about cracking WPA/WPA2 by dictionary. The video is just telling you that WPA/WPA2 can be cracked without dictionary with suitable hardwares.
If your readers think that WPA/WPA2 can only be cracked by dictionary, they will not so eager to change their habbit.
Anyway, your tutorial is great. :cool:
Actually i dont talk about WPA/WPA2 being cracked only with dictionaries. I talked about 3 methods of cracking WPA Aircrack and Pyrit use dictionary and Reaver which exploits a flaw in WPS. So i dont really understand what ur talking about, u either can't read (since your telling that u read) or you didn't read at all
Quote from page 54 :
Quote from the second post :Quote:
Alright, I’ve been telling you to use WPA and still it got hacked. However it would take ages to hack a good PSK with a HUGE dictionary. So always use a strong password.
I am just response your second post and telling you that there is another method of cracking a WPA/WPA2 password, that is without dictionary.Quote:
If anyone reads the paper give me some feedback please. Thanks
May be my English is not good enough to understand your second post and the comment at page 54 of the tutorial.
Never mind, if you dislike it, please ignore it. Sorry for making nuisance to you.
It's alright. I just don't say anywhere in my paper that the ONLY way to hack WPA is with dictionay. Particulary because i show how to use REAVER which breaks wep/wpa without dictionaries. Thanks for reading though
Nothing new, but you did a good job, simple and well written.
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