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    One post I found was....

    New tools: airtun-ng, packetforge-ng (improved arpforge)
    with the help it has like way lots of options and stuff....
    No idea even where to start to create the correct de-auth packet.
    Late now, ill try reading over and study your thread and how to guide
    tomorrow. Thanks again.

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    New tools: airtun-ng, packetforge-ng (improved arpforge)
    with the help it has like way lots of options and stuff....
    No idea even where to start to create the correct de-auth packet.
    Late now, ill try reading over and study your thread and how to guide
    tomorrow. Thanks again.
    Did you even read my previous posts?
    Quote Originally Posted by =Tron= View Post
    No need to create a deauth packet from scratch, simply use the built in function in aireplay-ng to achieve this. But, seriously check out the link provided in my last post and you will be a lot better of, no need to use arpforge for example.

    EDIT: And by the way I believe that arpforge has been replaced with packetforge-ng, which would explain why you could not find it using the previous commands.
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    LOL... YES, im reading all very closly.
    I will check out that other thread deffinatley.
    Just downloaded the video now.

    I just wanted to try what I saw on my old video where they used auditor.
    Just wanted to try what Id found and see if that
    would work, but it seems that those programs have
    changed too much. Just trying to keep it as simple as
    possible for now and work onwords and upwards later after I got that
    one to work.

    Ill see what that video and thread has....
    Thanks again.

    Tryed searching this with little success.... everything was about booting
    from USB. If i want to plug in a thumb drive, can I access under BT. Im sure you can, just cant seem to find how. I found the area that has my main hard drive, but dont see my thumb drive or card reader anywhere if I plug those in. I hear the cdrom accessing and reading alot so I know something happens when I plug in the card reader or thumb drive. Just point me in the right direction of one that might help.

    THanks

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    I just wanted to try what I saw on my old video where they used auditor.
    Just wanted to try what Id found and see if that
    would work, but it seems that those programs have
    changed too much.
    Yes, Auditor was released a long time ago and the aircrack suite has been updated multiple times since.

    If i want to plug in a thumb drive, can I access under BT. Im sure you can, just cant seem to find how. I found the area that has my main hard drive, but dont see my thumb drive or card reader anywhere if I plug those in. I hear the cdrom accessing and reading alot so I know something happens when I plug in the card reader or thumb drive. Just point me in the right direction of one that might help.
    I am not completely sure that I get what you are asking here, but yes a USB thumbdrive should be automatically mounted and accessible as soon as you plug it in. To use a card reader on the other hand you will need to install the appropriate drivers.

    All mounted drives, including the USB thumbdrive, should be accessible at the following location after they are mounted:
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    /mnt
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    hmmmmmm, yah. drivers and linux....
    You allready lost me trying to figure out how to pull that one off.
    LOL...
    Its not coming up under mount so I guess the drivers are a
    necessity for the 7-1 card reader. Ill need another week or
    so to figure that part out. HAHAAHAHA

    Thanks though. I appreciate all your help with this stuff.
    maybe one day Ill learn enought to not need another comptuer
    open to run it. LOL.

    E.

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    Ok, so I have everything loaded and Im trying a crack against my
    router. Put the password into a file to test it, works fine. Now Im testing
    against a huge password file, so far nothing.

    Im getting about 80 passwords / second... but its a slower laptop.

    What is the best program to test with? I see you can use cowpatty, aircrack,
    I saw some article with combining with john the ripper, found some other site about combining cowpatty with something, which program gives the best results? Ive seen about precalculating hashes tables too...

    What program would you use if you wanted to do a combination dictionary / bruteforece attack??

    E.

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    Put the password into a file to test it, works fine. Now Im testing
    against a huge password file, so far nothing.
    is your password in the huge password file your using? the password has to be in the list your using.. if its not in there add it..

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    What is the best program to test with? I see you can use cowpatty, aircrack,
    I saw some article with combining with john the ripper, found some other site about combining cowpatty with something, which program gives the best results? Ive seen about precalculating hashes tables too...
    The 7 / 33 Gb files that you were referring to earlier are most likely the Church of Wifi precalculated hash tables, also often referred to as rainbow tables. These files have to be used with cowpatty and you will also have to make sure that you use it against one of the SSIDs that the hashes are computed for on.

    Personally I prefer airolib-ng to cowpatty as I find it faster and more versatile, this is however just a personal preference but a fact is that cowpatty does not support WPA2/AES handshakes whereas the aircrack suite does.
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    Booted up BT3 under my P4 Dell XPS and got much faster results.
    About 300ish passwords per sec. MUCH faster and that would push
    the results to around 35mil per day vice 7mil per day on my other pc.
    Not bad....

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    Quote Originally Posted by hardhouseinc View Post
    Booted up BT3 under my P4 Dell XPS and got much faster results.
    About 300ish passwords per sec. MUCH faster and that would push
    the results to around 35mil per day vice 7mil per day on my other pc.
    Not bad....
    Actually 300 passwords per second would push it to just under 26 million a day, still a nice improvement over 7 mil though.
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