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    Default pyrit passthrough cowpatty

    Im not making a poll

    but I wonder which is better: pyrit passthrough cowpatty?; airolib?; pyrit batch?

    in my case
    pyrit passthrough cowpatty = 820,000 1 hour
    airolib = 66 PMK's
    pyrit batch = 266 PMK's
    what's with the pyrit passthrough cowpatty and this benefits

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    Quote Originally Posted by manulu View Post
    Im not making a poll

    but I wonder which is better: pyrit passthrough cowpatty?; airolib?; pyrit batch?

    in my case






    what's with the pyrit passthrough cowpatty and this benefits
    Kinda all depends on your methods.

    With enough hard drive space, and if you keep large WPA password lists, you may find pyrit passthrough to cowpatty the way to go. Also, batch mode is a good choice since pyrit will take the password file, import it, and store it for later batch processing against your SSID.

    A bit light on hard drive space? Maybe you can employ crunch ( /pentest/passwords/crunch/crunch ) to generate your passphrases and pipe that into pyrit, piping that into cowpatty.

    Best speed? Yeah, that depends on a few things as well. Top speed, at least on my modest system, has been to use pyrit and the attack_passthrough option. It's buggy, sadly, and you will see segmentation faults until pyrit's author fixes it.

    Just my $.02 - hope others around here will chime in as well.
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    Thanks for your replay's
    Im just testin few tools at Back|Track pf4

    is this
    pyrit -e Belkin_N_Wireless_68AC38 -f default-001.txt passthrough | cowpatty -d - -r Belkin_N_Wireless_68AC38-00:1CF:68:AC:38.cap -s Belkin_N_Wireless_68AC38
    the same as this
    cowpatty -s Belkin_N_Wireless_68AC38 -f default-001.txt -r Belkin_N_Wireless_68AC38-00:1CF:68:AC:38.cap
    what if I make a pyrit batch to this ssid -Belkin_N_Wireless_68AC38- and then I want to change it to this -Belkin_G+MIMO_Wireless_E5DC25- do I have to batch it again?

    what are the uses of using this
    aircrack-ng -w default-001.txt Belkin_N_Wireless_68AC38-00:1CF:68:AC:38.cap
    and thanks to all

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