Hi guys I was hoping u could give me a little assistance in being able to use wireshark so i can see what a wpa hash looks like..Your help will be very much appreciated..by the way i already have a wpa capture file.thank u
thanks a lot for the link.but it doesn't explain to me where i am suppose to type in the commands and where actually to go into to see the hash..I was hoping for something a little more noob friendly...I googled all day but didn't find anything solid.
The post that pureh@te linked to mentions that tshark is a command line version of the wireshark suite, so the tshark commands provided need to be run from..... the command line (surprise!). The hash will be shown in the tshark output.
You may benefit from some basic Linux knowledge.
ok i think i now understand a little more clearer.thanks lupin.i am gonna give it another shot..thanks.
You can also check this interesting link: Tutorial: WPA Packet Capture Explained, it seems to be what you're searching for.
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