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    Default Autowep

    hi, i have been using backtrack 3 for awhile now,
    so i made a nice script the does all of the aircrack-ng steps for you
    my record for 128bit encryption is 1 minute and 43 seconds
    code.google.com/p/autowep/

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    You might want to add to the description that it will only work for madwifi drivers.
    -Monkeys are like nature's humans.

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    Has anyone successfully tested "autowep"?

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    limitation to only one driver ?! lol

    anyway spoonwep, my wep cracking gui will do the job , and will be included in bt3final .... XD
    Watch your back, your packetz will belong to me soon... xD

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    limitation to only one driver ?! lol

    anyway spoonwep, my wep cracking gui will do the job , and will be included in bt3final .... XD
    I was actually going to mention that spoonwep will be out soon so there isn't much need for a batch script to crack WEP. However, contribution should always be rewarded so didn't feel like killing off his thread with mentioning it

    That said, I can't wait to test spoonwep and spoonwpa once they are out, the GUI looked sweet
    -Monkeys are like nature's humans.

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    well for the time being it works very well for me,
    has anyone else gotten it to work?

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    i must say that it works well, but limitation to a single driver is really a big problem, i was not trying to put him down... just mentioning maybe he should work on another thing. anyway thx for your contribution
    Watch your back, your packetz will belong to me soon... xD

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    I have to say.. I was going to script something similar for my Openmoko Freerunner when I came across this thread. I haven't yet found a viable Java solution for Debian ARM, so I have taken bits from this script and adapted it for my test... cracked my WEP in just under 14 mins usng a variation of the script for rt73
    dd if=/dev/swc666 of=/dev/wyze

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    swc666 , look for my old thing called SVAAS

    in the "arp amplification" thread somewhere in forum

    it's pure bash .........
    Watch your back, your packetz will belong to me soon... xD

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    Hi, I'm using wifislax 3.1 and must say, good as backtrack but lacking on some tools.

    anyhow, I've got one freerunner and I've started playing with it & must say... awesome... (k, could be better, but what _cannot_ be better?).

    I've just installed debian and I'm working on a similar project of wyze (saw you're pen-testing website =).

    right now I'm working on scripts to simplify every aspect of pentesting.

    @nosrak113 I've found your autowep very useful mate =)

    @wyze may we have a talk?

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