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    Exclamation Hacking WPA

    I've read tutorials on how to crack WPA passwords, but none of them list where to get a full dictionary from. Is there one included with BT3? If not, where do I get one? Can I make one myself with just a plain old text file?

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    there is 2 wpa cracking lists included in backtrack. but they both suck cuz they couldn't even crack my key.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eatme View Post
    there is 2 wpa cracking lists included in backtrack. but they both suck cuz they couldn't even crack my key.
    Even after adding your password into it???
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    Quote Originally Posted by kazalku View Post
    Even after adding your password into it???
    well not quite. I wanted to see how good the pwl's were without adding it or even seeing if my easy pw was already in the list, but i already know if i would of added my pw to the list it would crack it but, the object of the whole thing is trying to find/make a good pwl.

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    So there isn't a list out there? I even Google'd this before asking and couldn't find an answer. Where are the PWL's already included located on the disc?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Infinite View Post
    So there isn't a list out there? I even Google'd this before asking and couldn't find an answer. Where are the PWL's already included located on the disc?
    its inside pentest -> wireless ->

    1.Cowpatty -> dict
    2.Aircrack-ng -> test -> password.lst

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eatme View Post
    well not quite. I wanted to see how good the pwl's were without adding it or even seeing if my easy pw was already in the list, but i already know if i would of added my pw to the list it would crack it but, the object of the whole thing is trying to find/make a good pwl.
    The object of making a good password list is to reconnoiter a/the target gleaming as much information as one possibly can and then going from there.
    By simply adding your password to a list, it is only going to prove that your password was in the list supplied to a given program and that said program functions as it is/was intended to!
    By not having the password in the list you have proved nothing, other than you password was not in the list.
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    I found a huge dictionary out there. I wanted to add it to my BT3 CD so I can access it when cracking. What folder do I place it in? Please give me the full directory. I'm a noob, I know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eatme View Post
    its inside pentest -> wireless ->

    1.Cowpatty -> dict
    2.Aircrack-ng -> test -> password.lst

    I found a huge dictionary out there. I wanted to add it to my BT3 CD so I can access it when cracking. What folder do I place it in? Please give me the full directory. I'm a noob, I know.

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