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  1. #101
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    it is in /root

    and the command i use is same you use
    airolib-ng testdb import ascii essid ssidlist.txt

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackspider1120 View Post
    it is in /root

    and the command i use is same you use
    airolib-ng testdb import ascii essid ssidlist.txt

    You deleted that damn dot at the end of your ESSID when you start typing it in?? (See the video)
    Also..try this to verify that it was created.....

    Status Operation

    Enter:
    airolib-ng testdb stats Where:
    • testdb is the name of the database to be created.
    • stats is the operation to be performed.
    The system responds:
    statsThere are 2 ESSIDs and 232 passwords in the database. 464 out of 464 possible combinations have been computed (100%).

    ESSID Priority Done
    Harkonen 64 100.0
    teddy 64 100.0


    ***EDIT****

    Also try this to guide you...all of this and more can be found on the aircrack main site here>>>>>
    Import ascii Operation

    To import an ascii list of SSIDs, enter:
    airolib-ng testdb import ascii essid ssidlist.txt Where:
    • testdb is the name of the database to be updated and this must already exist.
    • import ascii is the operation to be performed.
    • essid indicates it is a list of SSIDs.
    • ssidlist.txt is the file name containing the SSIDs. One per line. It can optionally be fully qualified.
    The system responds:
    importReading...
    Writing...
    Done. To import an ascii list of passwords, enter:
    airolib-ng testdb import ascii passwd password.lst Where:
    • testdb is the name of the database to be updated and this must already exist.
    • import ascii is the operation to be performed.
    • passwd indicates it is a list of passwords.
    • password.list is the file name. One per line. It can optionally be fully qualified.
    The system responds:
    importReading...
    Writing... read, 1814 invalid lines ignored.
    Done.
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    thx for your reply
    but i found it alone
    i must click Save As.. and save it as ssidlist.txt

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackspider1120 View Post
    thx for your reply
    but i found it alone
    i must click Save As.. and save it as ssidlist.txt
    How did you miss that 4th "page" of my video tutorial?? The part where it is written...

    -=Xploitz=- VIDEO: Vol. #4 "E-Z Cracking WPA/WPA2 With Airolib-ng Databases"


    Now create a text file in your home folder, and name it essid.txt
    Or what about right after that....where you can see me create a new text file and rename it to essid.txt. I guess you just overlooked that part huh? Or maybe my instructions were not clear enough on how to do it perhaps??

    Oh well...at least you got it figured out. And thats all that matters.

    Good luck to you in the future
    blackspider1120.
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    Hi Xploitz,
    I use my alfa card with the lastest update http://forums.remote-exploit.org/showthread.php?t=6784
    I have a cd boot with these moduls :
    aircrack-ng_1.0_dev_b1_r772.lzm
    sqlite-3.4.0.lzm

    So, have i to do this ? :
    Code:
    gmake SQLITE=true
    gmake SQLITE=true install
    then, could I begin directly with :
    Code:
    airolib-ng testdb init
    thanks

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    If you have already installed both of those modules, and don't intend to update Aircrack from that version, then you would just need to do

    Code:
    airolib-ng testdb init
    But if you want to update Aircrack, then when you install the newer version, you would need to use the

    Code:
    gmake SQLITE=true
    gmake SQLITE=true install
    commands during the install process, but there are plenty of threads and posts that cover that part.

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    Another great tutorial -=Xploitz=- works prefectly just one question if you add a new ssid to ssidlist.txt do you have to do the database all over again or can you just add new ssid to the txt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dapirates1 View Post
    Another great tutorial -=Xploitz=- works prefectly just one question if you add a new ssid to ssidlist.txt do you have to do the database all over again or can you just add new ssid to the txt.
    VERY GOOD QUESTION!!

    I don't EXACTLY recollect this..but I BELIEVE the answer to your question is that you have to run the database all over again...why do I believe this??

    Well...from my understanding on how this all works...your essid (if only one was chosen) is salted into the password list..making a "essid specific" password list hash table...thats UNIQUE to the essid list...for example..if I only use list of passwords on my essid list which only has my network in it..and no others...the hashes are "Specifically" made for my 1 essid I put in that essid list...and if I "add" another essid to that essid list...hows my "database" gonna know I just put in a new essid?? It doesn't!! So now..through my own talking..I'm 100% sure that you have to start from scratch for each new essid you add in your list. ..its just common sense really...I mean...if you just open your essid.txt and add my Xploitz network to it..and you come over to my house and just run your database on my network...even if my password was in your dictionary..aircrack wouldn't detect it..why????Because that database was built with only one essid (yours) and without mine in it.

    Make sense?? Sorry for the rambling...but I was trying to cover all the bases.
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    That makes sense thanks.its ashame because it cracks so fast but takes it takes ages to add nice wordlist.Thanks for clearing that up -=Xploitz=-

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    xploitz is correct. there is a perl script called genlab.pl or something like that in which a completely new table is computed for a new essid.

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