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.
Of course, if you really wanted to have some fun, go to Wal-Mart late at night and ask the greeter if they could help you find trashbags, roll of carpet, rope, quicklime, clorox and a shovel. See if they give you any strange looks. --Streaker69
I believe it's 4 gtx 295s, and an i7 965. 100,000 pmk/s. Or has there been another update?