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    Re: A program to track MAC addresses??

    If the laptop is on a network close to you then why not hack it? Chances are this guy is dumb as baboon with down's syndrome. Hack it, then get all the information you can on this guy, email...
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    Re: Faster WPA hash cracking

    If your capable you can program your own daisy chain of FPGA's and use those to brute force it. ;)
  3. Re: Here you go! A new password generating tool to play with. Your welcome

    I'm all for that. I've got a sourceforage project all ready to go at https://sourceforge.net/projects/passgenproject/

    I've a fair amount of time into the code itself, it's fast easy to read and...
  4. Re: Here you go! A new password generating tool to play with. Your welcome

    Ok, but i've made some changes today.

    I've added a new * option to the config file that allows * to be replaced by special charaters of the users choosing.

    so now that you can do things like...
  5. Here you go! A new password generating tool to play with. Your welcome

    http://www.mediafire.com/file/r5iz42zjfdi/PassGen-v1.7.tar.gz

    check out the latest release at
    https://sourceforge.net/projects/passgenproject/

    I was sick of not having what i wanted in a...
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    Re: Installing BT4 with windows 7 installed

    Yeah but it's recommend and as a rule of thumb it should be 2 times the size of your ram. I've done some reading on it, and I was told 2GB is about a maximum anything more is a waste of space.
  7. Discussioni: dictonary files

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    Re: dictonary files

    Repent your sends and google the church of wifi
    -Frank
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    Re: Faster WPA hash cracking

    Actually WPA and no AES variants of WPA2 are vulnerable to differential cryptanalysis methods as well. If you knew enough plain text you could derive the key just by looking at the traffic.
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    Re: Installing BT4 with windows 7 installed

    Sounds like you may have not partitioned your drive correctly. you need to have a Linux swap partition as well as a root partition. The swap should be 2x the size of your ram with a max size of...
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    Re: Help me, I'm Lost !

    ifconfig -a //shows all your adapters
    airmon-ng start adapter
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    Remote exploit of a wrt54gs linksys router

    Hello fellow l33t H4x0rs,
    I was over at my friends house the other day, when somehow or another we go on the topic of how secure his network was. He boasted how secure his password was, and blah...
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