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    Re: Distributed Brute Force @ Home Project

    Site was taken down by my host despite my asking if the project would be acceptable and checking the t.o.s.
    If you want a cap to be checked against my word-list you can email a handshake to...
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    Re: Distributed Brute Force @ Home Project

    Getting someone to prove that they aren't using the service illegitimately is probably the biggest hurdle I came across while working on my project. The only reasonable solution I came to was my...
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    Re: WPA/WPA2 Cracker with Resume feature ?

    Pyrit if you batch
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    Re: Removing words from wordlist

    Dude, two things: one; I take no responsibility for your lame double post and two; if your going to post something at least put some effort into it. Why the hell couldn't you be bothered to add CUDA...
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    Removing words from wordlist

    The basics of this question have been asked before, but I'd like to add a few things.

    I'm trying to remove words that exist in one wordlist from another; for example
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    Re: USB Problem & WPA Deauth

    1. Your USB drive should automount in /media/. When you insert it it should prompt you to open the device in a new window. If this doesn't happen mount the drive manually using "mount"(read the man...
  7. Discussioni: brainstorm

    by CKing
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    Re: brainstorm

    Seriously, if you've got the power to process 1750gb of words I want to know what your running. But for your questions:
    A HDD install will be faster than usb 3
    There are tutorials on dual booting...
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    Re: see all the AP's in the terminal

    -w /path/to/output will write output in many formats unless one is specifically selected. Read the man page
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    Re: free online wpa cracker project idea

    Concept behind wordlist selecting is I was tired when I wrote the new upload form and I was just trying to remember the stuff I wanted to add, but there is logic to it; selecting which wordlist to...
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    Re: free online wpa cracker project idea

    Gitsnik, I agree with everything your saying except charging people. I think that if I did start charging people would choose someone like Moxie's or Purehate's service over some guy who's only been...
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    Re: free online wpa cracker project idea

    Your link sends me to a 404 for newipnow.
    hxxp://wpa.runningbackwards.co.uk/ isn't reachable
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    Re: free online wpa cracker project idea

    I've been very busy lately but I have had some time to work on the project so here's the latest.

    Website: http://code.google.com/p/wpacrack/
    Nothing on it yet. give me your google account name...
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    Re: free online wpa cracker project idea

    GingerP, A guy with extensive php knowledge would be invaluable on the team as mine is rusty at best. I'll put a pcap parser on the top of my todo list if I know someone is going to be putting it to...
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    Re: Pyrit Batch Command takes long time, is it required?

    Pyrit's fundamental purpose is to create "rainbow tables". Attack functionality wasn't added until later releases. Batching, refers to batch processing all words in the database with a given essid as...
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    Re: free online wpa cracker project idea

    Cutting up the wordlist would be more like, I process my 500,000,000 or so and other people process whatever they can handle as expansions, rather than even splits. Volunteers include myself, and 2...
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    Re: free online wpa cracker project idea

    Actually the way his script works from a brief look at it is by downloading a wordlist and package of captures from his site and uploading results if anything is cracked. I don't like the way it...
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    Re: free online wpa cracker project idea

    Wow, lots of new ideas here, I'm happy to see some new interest in the project.
    Christ044:
    Yes, individual wordlists for different handshakes were intended from the start, options for default...
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    Re: free online wpa cracker project idea

    I like your use of code tags :)
    Well the idea is new and I'd be interested in seeing a proof of concept and I might even put that parser together for you if I have some time but if your suggesting...
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    Re: WPA Brute Forcing with CUDA.

    The system you described would process 22,000-25,000 pmk/s. An 8 char password of lower case letters alone would take 4 monthes. For one access point. Have fun :)
  20. Discussioni: add numbers to wordlist

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    Re: add numbers to wordlist

    This is not the intended output. The 0000 should be replaced with a 4 digit sequential number
  21. Re: Take each part of a .cap separately and scan the individual pieces...

    You already asked this question, and got an appropriate answer. No it is not possible. Read the forum rules.
  22. Discussioni: add numbers to wordlist

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    Re: add numbers to wordlist

    Someones post got erased and quite a useful bit of pearl was the solution, it happened to be significantly more efficient than my bash solution so I took the liberty of copying it.

    perl -e...
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    Re: Offline dictionary attack with Grim Wepa

    :D Well put.
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    Re: CUDA - worth it for a BT?

    I havent looked into it much but from memory the ion benchmarks are pretty bad, and you wouldn't expect else more from a card designed for low power consumption, small size, and low price. Cuda is...
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    Re: No matter what I do, the internet it dead

    ifconfig -a will list all your working network cards. If you dont see wlan0 or similar in there its probably a driver issue and you should search for information in that area.

    If your wireless...
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