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    Default possible to Crack a WPA without a dictionary?

    I have a question for every one that reads this

    Is it possible to crack a WPA without a dictionary,

    What i mean is to attack it with a brute force that supports every printable character, starting with one digit and working its way up to find the KEY

    If possible or not Please post it

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    Yeah if you want to spend 20 years brute forcing it with 3 computers running at the same time

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    Quote Originally Posted by Disonesto View Post
    I have a question for every one that reads this

    Is it possible to crack a WPA without a dictionary,

    What i mean is to attack it with a brute force that supports every printable character, starting with one digit and working its way up to find the KEY

    If possible or not Please post it
    Here you go
    Quote Originally Posted by -~operator~- View Post
    for sure... if you have... well... let's say... 100.000 years of time. Or a supercomputer you can call your own; assuming the password has a minimum character length of 8, with digits and special chars.

    with wpa2/aes, the password is mixed with the essid of your network, so it's difficult to crack it. The only way is brute-force (try every possible combination). If the password is long enough, with special characters and numbers... no way................
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    I heard its possible if you use huge font . Just use a dictionary, search the forum and many are on here.

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    the better way is SE + dictionnary forged from SE result......

    know your victim is half of path.........
    Watch your back, your packetz will belong to me soon... xD

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    Cain & Able.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lordlame View Post
    Cain & Able.
    This is a linux forum so lets please try to keep the focus on backtrack related tools. thanks and have a great day

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    Quote Originally Posted by purehate View Post
    This is a linux forum so lets please try to keep the focus on backtrack related tools. thanks and have a great day
    Besides, it would still take years.
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    Even if it takes years or days how would you go about doing it?, what command line do i use

    Some examples would be nice please

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    Quote Originally Posted by Disonesto View Post
    Even if it takes years or days how would you go about doing it?, what command line do i use

    Some examples would be nice please
    It can't be done, so don't bother yourself with it.
    "\x74\x68\x65\x70\x72\x65\x7a\x39\x38";

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