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    Default Question about aircrack

    Hi all, I'm testing the security of my Wireless Home Network. My network uses the WPA2-PSK and my password is length about 24 chars, because it is the sum of name A + name B; name A and name B are present separately in my password.txt. Then I try to use aircrack, it fails to find the passphrase, I suppose this is normal.
    Then I insert the password (24 chars) in my password file but aircrack still fails.
    Is my password much security, or do I fail anything? I use aircrack-ng 0.9.1 and I see the video tutorial about wpa crack.

    Thank you

    Pazzeo

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    Hi,

    1st, if your doing a WPA crack, can you confirm that you have got the handshake?
    2nd, can you post the exact command you use when using aircrack-ng?
    Also, What Exact error do you get when it doesnt find the password?
    3rd, have you tried renaming your password file to password.lst & tried running again?

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    Hi,

    1) I confirm that I have the handshake;

    2) The command is :

    Code:
    aircrack-ng -a 2 -w /root/wordlist.txt ou1-01.cap
    The wordlist.txt is the file on pentest directory of bt2

    The error is " Passphrase not in dictionnary".

    I try to rename the file in *.lst but the result is the same.
    The dictonary that I use is it wrong?

    Thank you

    Pazzeo

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    Here is the problem ...look at my video on wpa/ wpa2 Cracking.......

    http://forums.remote-exploit.org/showthread.php?t=8230

    see what I wrote???

    Quote Originally Posted by -=Xploitz=- View Post

    In this tutorial I d/l the svn/trunkof aircrack-ng. To do this, just type in...

    The reason why I chose this d/l is in my tutorial. For some reason there is a bug in this download
    Aircrack-ng won't crack a WPA/WPA2 network that uses a space, capital letter, or any special characters IN THE PASSPHRASE IF YOU USE THIS 1.0-dev VERSION. But it will crack a passphrase with numbers in it..like xploitz1014. So DON'T D/L this version of aircrack-ng...use the svn/trunk below.....


    svn co http://trac.aircrack-ng.org/svn/trunk/ aircrack-ng
    cd aircrack-ng
    make
    make install

    This should now fix your problem Pazzeo. And it doesn't matter if your dictionary is called .lst or .txt. And I don't think you need to have /root/wordlist.txt..if the dictionary is in your home folder. Usually just the name of the dictionary is sufficient enough. Soo if your wordlist / dictionary is called mydictionary.txt and its in your home folder...just use the command..


    aircrack-ng -a 2 -w mydictionary.txt ou1-01.cap and you should be good to go. Also take a look at the video and use it for reference.
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