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    Question ERROR: Please specify a dictionary (option-w)

    HI Everybody:
    when I try to crack my own wifi I get this error:
    "Please specify a dictionary (option-w)"

    someone can tell me what I have to do?
    what and where should be this dictionary?

    thanks a lot for your reply!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy Tool View Post
    HI Everybody:
    when I try to crack my own wifi I get this error:
    "Please specify a dictionary (option-w)"

    someone can tell me what I have to do?
    what and where should be this dictionary?

    thanks a lot for your reply!
    Did you google first?

    First link would probably be your answer.
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    to make things easier for yourself, make up a text file in nano or kate, to include 10 passwords including yours (your ap, right) - that way you'll easier crack it.

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