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    Default Attacking wpa2 without a dictionary?

    i was try wpa2 hack dictionary attack but i was not successful..
    my ques is can i hack wpa2 without dictionary is it possible or not
    and how to us a brute force attack.

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    Default Re: Attacking wpa2 without a dictionary?

    Seriously?

    Your first thread gets locked:
    http://www.backtrack-linux.org/forum...orum/27725.htm

    So you try to PM people:
    hi ........
    how to hack wpa2 with out dictionary is it possible or not???

    and how to use a brout force atack
    so you start another thread on the same topic.....

    First I (and likely the majority of members) will not reply to your PMs, because:
    1) It doesn't help anyone else.
    2) I have better things to do with my time.
    3) The information you're looking for is available if you simply try to search'fu or google'fu yourself.
    4) I believe you're attempting to do something illegal.
    5) I find it obnoxious of you to PM people when you're already started thread(s). If someone doesn't reply to your thread then:
    a) They don't care.
    b) They don't have the answer.
    c) You failed to locate an answer that is easy to find.

    Second, my answer hasn't change from that in your first thread on this topic.
    I'm a compulsive post editor, you might wanna wait until my post has been online for 5-10 mins before quoting it as it will likely change.

    I know I seem harsh in some of my replies. SORRY! But if you're doing something illegal or posting something that seems to be obvious BS I'm going to call you on it.

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    Default Re: Attacking wpa2 without a dictionary?

    I would suggest you find a good tutorial on the web and follow it.
    The password needs to be in the dictionary in order to break the encryption.
    I would also suggest you follow the rules of the forum and try not to be a nuisance to other members.

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    Default Re: Attacking wpa2 without a dictionary?

    well theoretically speaking you CAN pipe john the ripper into aircrack to use bruteforce it i dont remember the exact command ut it would be pretty stupid unless you got access to a super computer
    becuase you dont know the lenght of the key think of it this way if the passphrase is the minimum of 8 characters and its numbers only you will have 99999999 options now if you ran it through a list you must have noticed you can do a few hundered per second now if the passphrace contains a letter or a symbol or its longer then 8 characters.... it will basically take forever...

    cracking wpa requires some social engineering you need to know your target and compile a list of possible passphrase... if they have something semi random your screwed.

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