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  1. Re: Some advice please re NVIDA versus ATI for Pyrit

    GTX260 + GTX295 + Athlon X2 4400+ = 30000 PMKs/s
    (Very slow, yes I understand that)
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    Re: Fake AP & Handshakes

    You are using 2 different tools here: The first, airodump-ng, to capture the 'shake and then cowpatty to actually begin cracking. Problem is the tools don't always agree on what makes up a complete...
  3. Re: Sweet thread about ipw2200 packet injection and monitor mode

    So, I may have something to offer here. But first I do not run VMWare, but instead use the LiveCDof BT most times. My laptop is also very old (circa 2006) but this should do the job...

    The drivers...
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    Re: Networking on boot

    @Kx499 - Thanks. Lots to chew on here.
  5. Discussioni: Alot of new stuff

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    Re: Alot of new stuff

    Or not.

    Fact is, any dev working on BT team is owed a huge THANK YOU by the rest of us.

    It is also a fact that anybody running BTx should know up front "the most obvious things" as you call it....
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    Re: crunch beta testers wanted

    +1
    Love crunch. Amazing tool. Used it for years. My time nowadays is limited, but I do feel I could contribute to testing the new version.
    I'm in.
  7. Discussioni: Newer Python?

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    Re: Newer Python?

    Yes, correct.
    In fact, it temporarily broke my pyrit install until I circled back to build & install anew.
    Thanks for noting that.
  8. Discussioni: Newer Python?

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    Re: Newer Python?

    +1
    Still, I was able to download from source, compile and was up and running rather quickly:
    Download from here:
    http://python.org/ftp/python/2.7/Python-2.7.tgz


    tar xzf Python-2.7.tgz
    cd...
  9. Re: 128 bit key, aircrack-ng keeps getting it wrong.

    Translated to ASCII ? Why do that?

    Exactly how are you adding it to your network?

    So, here's what I can suggest. First understand what aircrack-ng has found. Maybe read the website? Don't mean...
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    Re: WEP not cracked after 250K packets?

    Yes, you read that correctly.

    But keep your eye on the ball: For purposes of cracking WEP, beacon count matters not. It's the data packets count that you require.
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    Re: WEP key found isn't the key I used?

    Yes, he is being serious; no attempt at humor going on.

    Now, did you really read the aircrack-ng documentation?

    So what is going on here? Each router has software written to a spec that...
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    Re: ati hd 5970 pyrit benchmark

    Sorry, my Italian is bad, but I can easily see how well pyrit is running with your ATI card - excellent!!!
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    Re: How to crack WPA on a cluster

    Excellent.
    A few questions:
    1) Your cluster is 64 cores - how many physical boxes is that spread across? Just curious.
    2) I would assume each box has the same distro installed, yes? Can you mix &...
  14. Discussioni: crunch 2.4

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    Re: crunch 2.4

    I am very pleased to see your continued support and dev of this tool. I've used it plenty myself.

    Thanks!
  15. Re: Cannot capture handshake from deauth of windows 7 machine

    To me, it could be a driver issue in Vista. My google searching returned a couple things, related to drivers and whatnot...
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  16. Re: Shell Script to Strip Wireless WPA Captures with Tshark

    FTA:


    echo "You still didnt enter any data n00b"

    Priceless!
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    Re: First spoonwep-wpa 3 screenshots

    +1
    Great to see you back and developing for the user base here.
    The new screenys are looking great so far.
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    Re: Wordlist Menu Tool for Backtrack 4 final

    Yes, pureh@te wrote the script specifically for BT4Final boxes(correct me if I'm wrong, Marty). If you're on a different platform, you will need to ensure the calls are correct for your enviro.
    ...
  19. Re: Building a pyrit PC - brief analysis of graphics cards

    FTA: "No bad for a couple of Kentucky Boys"

    --> Dude, that server rocks! Love the Cooler Master V8 sticking out. Good work.
  20. Discussioni: Pyrit passthrough

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    Re: Pyrit passthrough

    You're right, pyrit can now attack but in the past I've seen issues with attack_cowpatty option, so I decided to generate .cow files with pyrit but then leave the cracking to cowpatty. Of corse you...
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    Re: Crazy future client WEP attack idea

    +1
    Thorn has spoken, and IMHO that means it can be closed.
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    Re: Pyrit 0.3.1 segmentation fault

    @scarleo -- No, I don't think it has anything to do with our choice of GPU(GTX-260). Driver related? Perhaps.

    I noticed that you are running pyrit in 'attack_passthrough' mode. Well, I run in...
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    Huh? You're doing what? Hacking? Careful what you...

    Huh? You're doing what? Hacking? Careful what you admit to in a public forum.
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    Re: Pyrit 0.3.1 segmentation fault

    I've got a box that has the same problem. For me, this goes back all the way to June 2009. So far I've only found workarounds for the seg-fault and no fixes. My CPU is an AMD dual core, 2G RAM, with...
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    Re: Advice for my WEP/WPA Cracker

    +1

    Yes! I hope you stay around and we hear much more from you in the future :)
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