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    Two Shaman virtuel's logs...

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    We have decided to not include these in bt4. Check out emgents new tool gerix-wifi-cracker instead

    apt-get install gerix-wifi-cracker/

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    Speaking of Shaman, anybody heard from him lately?
    Of course, if you really wanted to have some fun, go to Wal-Mart late at night and ask the greeter if they could help you find trashbags, roll of carpet, rope, quicklime, clorox and a shovel. See if they give you any strange looks. --Streaker69

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    Last I heard he was on the road - suffering from lack of housing issues.....
    Don't know - the guy is a great coder

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    Quote Originally Posted by pureh@te View Post
    We have decided to not include these in bt4. Check out emgents new tool gerix-wifi-cracker instead

    apt-get install gerix-wifi-cracker/

    BUC is effective but convoluted and in Italian. We all miss spoonwep2. So simple, clear and effective. 2nd choice without Shaman's support is Airoscript. Why not include it in BT4?

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    Quote Originally Posted by alacrityathome View Post
    BUC is effective but convoluted and in Italian. We all miss spoonwep2. So simple, clear and effective. 2nd choice without Shaman's support is Airoscript. Why not include it in BT4?

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    I can't say it better...

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    kkwete,

    Thanks but I have to admit that I tested gerix on Ubuntu and not BT4.....so maybe gerix is better on BT4. So I defer to others for the gerix results. EDIT: tested gerix with BT4 and results were pretty much the same.....in italian and not very straightforward.

    But, it is hard to imagine any GUI being better than Shaman's spoonwep2.....the GUI visual, process simplicity, and effectiveness is the best I have seen so far compared to any other script/GUI.

    Shaman is travelling somewhere in France and it was done in Java.......so I guess that makes it difficult for the BT4 developers to adjust it for the latest BT release.

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    I tried gerix in BT4 pre release... it's in english.
    This GUI do his work, that all.
    But it's not so simple!!!
    Spoon(wep2/wpa) is really like you say visual, process simplicity.
    And I'm french...
    I hope there 's someone who will convert this script for Ubuntu and BT...!

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    Moi aussi!

    Anyway, the expert on spoonwep2 is also French. If you want his email address, send me a pm.....and maybe you can reach him.

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    I've also tested gerix, and although it's definitely good. spoonwep is still much more straightforward.

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