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    Hi, I've used airodump-ng to get over 25 ivs, but when I try to run aircrack-ng on it with a dict file it say no keys loaded.
    The command is

    aircrack-ng -m ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff -n 64 /root/rausb0.01.ivs -w /word.txt

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlink View Post
    Hi, I've used airodump-ng to get over 25 ivs, but when I try to run aircrack-ng on it with a dict file it say no keys loaded.
    The command is

    aircrack-ng -m ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff -n 64 /root/rausb0.01.ivs -w /word.txt
    The path to your wordlist is faulty. Take a look in this directory to find bts default word lists

    root@BackTrack:~# cd /pentest/password/dictionaries/

    root@BackTrack:/pentest/password/dictionaries# ls
    common-1 common-3 dpl.html wordlist.txt.Z
    common-2 common-4 wordlist.txt

    The command you gave is telling aircrack to look in your parent directory tree which is this
    root@BackTrack:~# cd /
    root@BackTrack:/# ls
    bin/ etc/ media/ pentest/ sbin/ sys/ var/
    boot/ home/ mnt/ proc/ slackware-12.0/ tmp/
    dev/ lib/ opt/ root/ srv/ usr/
    root@BackTrack:/#


    otherwise if you have your own then make sure you provide the full path. Aircrack is smart but not a mind reading program>

    bt~#wget -r ftp://ftp.ibiblio.org/pub/linux/dist...rdlists/all.gz

    this will get you a small wordlist to start out with

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    You need to specify the MAC address that you want to filter, not the broadcast address.

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    aircrack-ng -m ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff -n 64 /root/rausb0.01.ivs -w /word.txt
    That command implies that your word list is in the root directory "/". If you
    Code:
    cd /
    ls
    I doubt you'll see word.txt. What I believe you actually want to enter is:
    aircrack-ng -m ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff -n 64 /root/rausb0.01.ivs -w ./word.txt
    or
    aircrack-ng -m ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff -n 64 /root/rausb0.01.ivs -w word.txt
    I'm a compulsive post editor, you might wanna wait until my post has been online for 5-10 mins before quoting it as it will likely change.

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    Thanks for the quick replie.
    I tryed copying it to the /pentest/password/dictionire directory, and tryed entering in the path as well as just out.txt. I know its finding the file in the path above and the root directory as if i do ./out.txt or out.txt it come up with a error message.
    I was trying to crack wep, i think that might be the probelm as you normal use wordlists for wpa.

    Another question, will this type of network work. I have one computer the wireless AP is connected by ethernet cable and i have a g122 rev c1 connected by usb. Is the only way to incesase the DATA field in airodump-ng to set up another client with another computer and connect to the AP and transfer a large file, as when I use the examples by other members the feilds don't increase. I used these commands.
    aireplay-ng -1 0 -e ssid -a AP -h wireless client rausb0
    then
    aireplay-ng -3 -b AP -h wireless cleint rausb0

    somethimes when i enter the top one it ask for a pgma -y file as the AP is shared keyed, i can set it to open, but it still doesn't raise the data field.

    Thanks

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