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    Default Wireless Key Grabber (WKG) Fully automated

    This is my latest release, wireless key grabber for backtrack 4 pre final.

    Before using you need to download lighttpd install using apt-get install lighttpd


    Video is here YouTube - Wireless Key Grabber
    explanation of the script is here Bash pastebin - collaborative debugging tool

    and finally the required files

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    be sure to extract these into /root therefore all your files are in root/WK
    if you know what you are doing then you can change this but you would need to follow it through in the script and it's other files


    remember this is for educational purposes only

    inspired by g0tmilk with his scripting cheerz

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    Hey, is the wk.tar.gz archive broken? I cant zip it with 7zip or winrar at windows or backtrack.

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    Did you try the following method?

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    tar xf wk.tar.gz
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    Quote Originally Posted by Virchanza View Post
    Did you try the following method?

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    tar xf wk.tar.gz
    Err... you at least need the z switch to unzip the tar.

    EDIT: I learned something today... nevermind what I said.

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    If you add a "z" as in:

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    tar xzf my_file.tar.gz
    then it specifies that the archive is compressed using gzip.

    If you're dealing with a ".tar.bz2", then you use j instead of z.

    A nice little feature of tar though, is that if you don't specify the compression scheme, it figures it out automatically. So the handiest thing to do is just:

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    tar xf a.tar.gz
    tar xf b.tar.bz2
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    Hello, no nothing.
    When I use "tar xf WK.tar.gz" it showes
    Code:
    tar: this does not look like a tar archive
    tar: Error exit delayed from previous errors
    and at
    "tar xzf WK.tar.gz"
    Code:
    gzip: stdin: unexpected end of file
    tar: Child returned status 1
    tar: Error exit delayed from previous errors
    The archive is on my BT4 desktop. I load this archive around 7-8 times again but nothing. I remember, 2-3 weeks ago, I unzip this archive under vista with winrar. No I use windows 7 and it show me, that the archive ist empty. Under xp its the same.

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