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    Wink Discovering WPA key Without Creating Wordlist Or Dictionary

    I heard WPA key can be discover without creating wordlist or dictionary on computer by using CUDA technology.
    I mean direct producing wordlist that are not store on computer and run it with cracking program.
    Please tell me how to make it, if somebody know about that way.
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    Default Re: Discovering WPA key Without Creating Wordlist Or Dictionary

    use crunch and pipe into aircrack
    http://www.backtrack-linux.org/forum...rcrack-ng.html
    lots of info on crunch around. Have not got my notes with me but found the above link on this forum

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    Default Re: Discovering WPA key Without Creating Wordlist Or Dictionary

    or pipe crunch into pyrit! still not really a rational plan of attack though unless your working with only numbers. Think of how long it would take to brute force an 8 character password, even at 100,000 PMKs... and 8 characters is only the starting point what if its 63???
    Last edited by 2901119; 04-20-2011 at 06:35 PM.

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    Default Re: Discovering WPA key Without Creating Wordlist Or Dictionary

    Years and years later you might brute force a halfway good pasword. If it's a good password it could take a couple hundred more.

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    Default Re: Discovering WPA key Without Creating Wordlist Or Dictionary

    Please correct me if Im wrong. From reading PureH@te's writeup on CUDA, CUDA enabled GPUs are used (in their down time) to compile rainbow tables that further generate temporary wordlists that are tailor fitted for the situation or task at hand. Because it's all done internally, the user has no knowledge of the exact procedure, but the end result is a significantly streamlined dictionary attack. All of which is conditioned that the user first has the CUDA enabled NVidia GPU.

    That's how I interpretted that material.

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    Default Re : Re: Discovering WPA key Without Creating Wordlist Or Dictionary

    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    Kinda. It's still a crapshoot though. If they were dumb enough to use a dictionary word, cuda really speeds up the process. If you're just throwing random characters at it, well you're still looking at years.
    You make it sound like jail time :P

    Since I won't repeat what's been said, I heard (well, read) about a "bug" in WPA encryption called Hole 196 if I'm not mistaken. It allows to break the WPA key without dictionary

    ... from within the network.
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    Default Re : Re: Discovering WPA key Without Creating Wordlist Or Dictionary

    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    Kinda. It's still a crapshoot though. If they were dumb enough to use a dictionary word, cuda really speeds up the process. If you're just throwing random characters at it, well you're still looking at years.
    You make it sound like jail time :P

    Since I won't repeat what's been said, I heard (well, read) about a "bug" in WPA encryption called Hole 196 if I'm not mistaken. It allows to break the WPA key without dictionary

    ... from within the network.
    Running both KDE and GNOME BT5 flawlessly. Thank you !

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    Default Re: Discovering WPA key Without Creating Wordlist Or Dictionary

    Kinda. It's still a crapshoot though. If they were dumb enough to use a dictionary word, cuda really speeds up the process. If you're just throwing random characters at it, well you're still looking at years.
    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

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