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    Default Re: New FERN WIFI CRACKER

    few other house keeping items...

    I notice that if you close a window that is "attacking" that the process's associated with it arnt killed.

    also if you kill the application any process's that it spawned arnt killed

    also still haven't hacked anything yet.

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    aircrack-ng: no process killed
    Traceback (most recent call last):
      File "fern.py", line 1870, in dictionary_set
        filename = filename_split[-1]
    IndexError: list index out of range
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    from the exceptions printed from your screen .. i could deduce 2 things.
    you clicked the WPA button. then you clicked the browse button but did not select any wordlist..the "index error" was generated because the application could not process
    the input ,because no wordlist was selected.if i used a message box to prompt user.That would be disturbing because each time the user clicked cancel the message box would execute again and again..the program uses "killall" command to kill processes. so the "aircrack-ng: no process killed" simply means that by the time you clicked the WPA button, aircrack was not killed because it was not found running in the memory.if the application is suddenly killed it only kills its created threads, but since the aircrack suite is an independent process being called..fern does not reach to kill it after a sudden close of the entire program. aircrack and its processes are controlled and killed at certain events.. You can browse the source code to find them (can't list all). but you could also kill all processes by the scan button.
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    Default Re: New FERN WIFI CRACKER

    How did you make suck a nice gui?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Klaviatura View Post
    How did you make suck a nice gui?
    I used Qt.. Its a multi-platform gui api made by nokia, its used in the development of high quality gui application e.g 3d simulations as used by hollywood, flight simulations; .... and for mobile applications it is the main gui redering for simbians mobile OS, Pymoe,can be installed on windows mobile, Iphone e.t.c very extensive. you can see the numerous capabilities of Qt at Qt website. Check out the "About Us" in the website to see capabilities
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    Actually, Qt was around for a much longer time (I think KDE made much use of it), and Nokia bought it and has big plans for it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Citruspers View Post
    Actually, Qt was around for a much longer time (I think KDE made much use of it), and Nokia bought it and has big plans for it.
    Those plans are really promising...
    Last edited by savioboyz; 11-26-2010 at 09:40 PM.
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    For some reason, I can't get the ARP replay attack to work. It works fine if I try it manually in the command line. Also, Chop Chop and Fragmentation work in FERN. With ARP replay though, it just sits at "Associating with Access Point" and "Injection is working on mon0." It never goes to "Injecting packets" though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by falseteeth View Post
    For some reason, I can't get the ARP replay attack to work. It works fine if I try it manually in the command line. Also, Chop Chop and Fragmentation work in FERN. With ARP replay though, it just sits at "Associating with Access Point" and "Injection is working on mon0." It never goes to "Injecting packets" though.
    OK..tried to trace bug but could not find it...it seems to works on my access point. which of the attacks did you launch.... try refreshing the Interface, selecting interface card again, then try Arp attack again.
    Last edited by savioboyz; 11-29-2010 at 04:30 AM.
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    Default Re: New FERN WIFI CRACKER

    1. App keeps crashing while trying to crack WEP.
    2. I'm running at 1920x1200. The font size is so small that it is unreadable.

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    nice GUI i'll try it hope to get success like the Gerix

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