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    Default sniffing passwords and hashes from a wireless network

    hi guys,
    any one of you know of any tool that sniffs passwords and hashes from a wireless network. or maybe looks at a pcap file and extracts them. i'm looking for one that sniffs without joining the network(s). i know dsniff but it only detects cleartext passwords (am i wrong?) but i also need hashes to crack.
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    m looking for one that sniffs without joining the network(s).
    That is the reason, why people >>> Misspelled (de)encrypt their wireless networks , because then no one can read the packets ^^
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    Quote Originally Posted by Reeth View Post
    That is the reason, why people decrypt their wireless networks , because then no one can read the packets ^^
    You mean encrypt, decrypting is what he'd like to do without joining the network.
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    I'm not certain if it's what you're looking for but have you looked at Cain & Able from Oxid.it? I've yet to use it so I'm not certain if it does what you're needing it to. I just stumbled across it as a "password sniffer" but to what degree I know not. (Did I just say "I know not"?) Anyway, I'll check around tonight when I get to skewl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reload View Post
    I'm not certain if it's what you're looking for but have you looked at Cain & Able from Oxid.it? I've yet to use it so I'm not certain if it does what you're needing it to. I just stumbled across it as a "password sniffer" but to what degree I know not. (Did I just say "I know not"?) Anyway, I'll check around tonight when I get to skewl.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
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    Best dang post of the day Barry! Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by archangel.amael View Post
    Best dang post of the day Barry! Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    While you're at school, get them to teach you how to spell "school".
    So very clever. Sorry, the spelling package costs extra here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reload View Post
    So very clever. Sorry, the spelling package costs extra here.
    Spell check is actually free in firefox, which is also free to download.
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