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    Default Another WEP crack script with GUI written in perl

    Hi All,

    This is my first script distribuited to backtrack-linux. Please try it and let me know what do you guy think. This script is put together in a day, so I am sure there will be a few things that needs to iron out. Please let me know.

    I have tested the script with BT 4 and its works fine. Copy the script then just open the terminal and type "perl filename.pl". A GUI will lauch and the rest is very easy to follow.

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    Last edited by fastzones; 08-25-2010 at 01:47 AM.

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    Default Re: Another WEP crack script with GUI written in perl

    I haven't taken a look at the script yet but was wondering how does it compare to Grimwepa. Does it do anything better or different? Is there a reason why i should use your script for all my wireless auditing needs over something thats already out there like grimwepa and spoonwep? Or is this just a script that automates the entire process, but in perl? If you have not taken a look at it, you should, its really good. I'll test your script later, when im off work. Grimwepa can be found on BT4 R1 as well.

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    Last edited by aerokid240; 08-23-2010 at 04:05 PM.

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    Default Re: Another WEP crack script with GUI written in perl

    Quote Originally Posted by fastzones View Post
    Hi All,

    This is my first script distribuited to backtrack-linux. Please try it and let me know what do you guy think. This script is put together in a day, so I am sure there will be a few things that needs to iron out. Please let me know.

    I have tested the script with BT 4 and its works fine. Copy the script then just open the terminal and type "perl filename.pl". A GUI will lauch and the rest is very easy to follow.
    Thank you for your contribution :-). I am going to take a look at it now as a source of inspiration. I have been Perl hacking for a couple years now, but never wrote a GUI.

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    Default Re: Another WEP crack script with GUI written in perl

    Quote Originally Posted by aerokid240 View Post
    I haven't taken a look at the script yet but was wondering how does it compare to Grimwepa. Does it do anything better or different? Is there a reason why i should use your script for all my wireless auditing needs over something thats already out there like grimwepa and spoonwep? Or is this just a script that automates the entire process, but in perl? If you have not taken a look at it, you should, its really good. I'll test your script later, when im off work. Grimwepa can be found on BT4 R1 as well.

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    New version upload. I added configure setting so you can change the default.

    Thanks aerokid240, The script is automates everything. You don't have to worry anything running in the background. I hate to remember all the command because I will forget after in a weeks, so I try to automates just about anything. I am more of a window person, but I am getting into linux now. Just load the script and click and you'll have the key. I am try to add more configuration option so it's more flexible. I haven't look at Grimwepa or spoonwep and I will. If I found any good in it then I will add it to my script.

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    Default Re: Another WEP crack script with GUI written in perl

    Thanks for the info. Keep up the good work.

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    Default Re: Another WEP crack script with GUI written in perl

    Have any body tested the script?. Please post some feedback. thanks

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    Default Re: Another WEP crack script with GUI written in perl

    I'm going through your code now. To get a list of wireless interfaces, you only need to:

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     map {m/^(\w+) /} `iwconfig  2> /dev/null`
    The "2> /dev/null" is to silence error messages regarding the lack of wireless extensions.

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    Default Re: Another WEP crack script with GUI written in perl

    I have used the script and first thing I have found is that checking and unchecking the aireplay-ng boxes is futile. The thing still assumes it is checked on.

    For instance I didnt require an authentication request however it was still the scripts priority.

    In terms of cracking WEP i hardly thing the process is hard to remember, i think ill stick to the old fashion command prompt.

    Thanks for the oppertunity to test it though.

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    Default Re: Another WEP crack script with GUI written in perl

    This is an on going progress. I need feedback to implement it into the script. Currently, Aireplay only supported option 1 and 3. I am still looking into the other options.

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