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    Default PSK hash (64 digits) to WPA-PSK password (ASCII)

    Hello,

    I've got a 64 digits PSK hexadecimal hash (recovered from my windows register). Is there any possibility to convert this hash to WPA-PSK password in ASCII? Of course, I know the SSID of this wifi network.

    I can connect to this network only by this PSK hash, however im curious what the ascii password is.

    Sorry for such a weird question and my poor english.
    Greetings!

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    Quote Originally Posted by smarq View Post
    Hello,

    I've got a 64 digits PSK hexadecimal hash (recovered from my windows register). Is there any possibility to convert this hash to WPA-PSK password in ASCII? Of course, I know the SSID of this wifi network.

    I can connect to this network only by this PSK hash, however im curious what the ascii password is.

    Sorry for such a weird question and my poor english.
    Greetings!
    If it's your network, then you know what the password is.

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    In short NO

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    Default cain

    use cain programe
    go Craker then WPA-PSK Hashes then paste ur hashe after Change ESSID write ur ESSID then use Dictionary Attack or Brute-Force Attack

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