Hey guys, I'm new to Linux and BT so be easy. I just started learning and watching tutorials on WEP and WPA cracking. I have made a dictionary with every possible combo a 5 character passphrase.
Since obviously this is quite a large file, I started to pay attention to how many keys it tests a second and im getting about 188. Ive seen most people average 300 and heard it can go up into the 1000k's. Just looking for a point in the right direction or a link to how to accomplish this.
I am using a Macbook 4gb ddr2 ram 2.4 ghz and using BT in vmware. Im not sure if/how this would affect the k/s rate but any help would be greatly appreciated.
p.s I googled it but i didn't find an answer (if i did i didn't understand/recognize it)
I get about 1250k/s with a backtrack hard drive install on a dual core Athlon with 4gig ram. My netbook does 280k/s.
proud user of backtrack-ng and aircrack-linux
I average about 63,000k/s when using airolib-ng ;-)
Has Purehate ever said what the new supercomputer does for pmks? I know you could use the thing to heat my house, and he's using a 982,308,051 word wordlist. I'm also pretty sure the thing could run four instances of Crysis at the same time on very high settings.
I believe it's 4 gtx 295s, and an i7 965. 100,000 pmk/s. Or has there been another update?