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    Default airbase-ng capture wpa/wpa2 handshake

    Has anyone got airbase-ng to capture the 4-way WPA/WPA2 handshake?

    I tried as per the documentation to run "airbase-ng -c 5 -e wifitest -Z 4 ath0", client associates to my AP, but only produces to EAPoL packets instead of 4. i tried with WPA (airbase-ng -c 5 -e wifitest -z 2 ath0) and WPA2 with no luck.

    Searching for this, I see the same command I entered in many different examples on capturing WPA/WPA2 handshake.

    Thanks!

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    Why don't you just simply use airodumg-ng (+aireplay-ng) to capture the handshake?
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    I believe what you are suggesting is to capture 4-way handshake when someone is already connected to an AP.

    I believe airbase-ng serves to capture a 4-way WPA/WPA2 handshake from a pc that is probing to connect to his own AP. airbase-ng will send out beacons for a specific essid so that client then connects to you as is the case with Cafe Latte attacks for WEP clients.

    If I am right, then airbase-ng should be able to capture a 4-way handshake for WPA/WPA2 from a probing pc. If this is the case, what am I missing?

    Thx!

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