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    Default Re: Creating a password list for the BTHomehub2 for PSK cracking

    Hey Scamentology,

    Just out of interest, I note you are not using the -u switch to supress the info
    on wordlist size and line(word) count.

    In my tests it has not negatively affected the results (not using the -u switch that is),
    however interested to hear whether you have experienced the same on a continuous basis ?




    Quote Originally Posted by Scamentology View Post
    It works great

    Here is how I would run it in OPs situation
    Code:
    ./crunch 10 10 1234567890abcdefg | pyrit -e ssid -r ssid.cap -i - attack_passthrough
    Last edited by TAPE; 06-16-2011 at 04:41 PM.

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    Default Re: Creating a password list for the BTHomehub2 for PSK cracking

    Well if someone makes a complete database. would be good. Wish i could run 4 cards and afford them. Mind u database would be so big !!.
    Be good to crack the algorithm, but aint going to be easy.

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    Default Re: Creating a password list for the BTHomehub2 for PSK cracking

    I have had no issues without the -u switch. I usually never do more than 2 billion guesses though. just stick to the zip codes of the area - my typical command is below
    Code:
    ./crunch 10 10 -t 213%%%%%%% | pyrit -e ssid -r ssid.cap -o /root/pass.lst -i - attack_passthrough
    and caught a couple this way
    Code:
    ./crunch 12 12 -t 650-%%%-%%%% | pyrit -e ssid -r ssid.cap -o /root/pass.lst -i - attack_passthrough
    I assumed pyrit just hashed the wordcount output
    Quote Originally Posted by TAPE View Post
    Hey Scamentology,

    Just out of interest, I note you are not using the -u switch to supress the info
    on wordlist size and line(word) count.

    In my tests it has not negatively affected the results (not using the -u switch that is),
    however interested to hear whether you have experienced the same on a continuous basis ?
    "Never do anything against conscience -- even if the state demands it."
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    Default Re: Creating a password list for the BTHomehub2 for PSK cracking

    Just wondering if anyone got anywhere with this?

    Seems there's still no BTHomeHub2 algorythm publically available, and have been doing some figures on brute forcing the default key... A trillion possible combinations (1610) at 13,000 keys/s would to take (me) 2.5 years, and even removing all keys that contain repeating/incrementing sequences (eg 7777a1b2c3 or a1b12342c3) saves a valiant 3.6 billion combinations, but that only equates to about 0.36% (3.5 days).

    No one had any other ideas/come across anything useful? Given the inherent tenacity of a pentester, I can't believe this isn't driving anyone else nuts!

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