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    Smile Tutorial on using downloaded WPA_PSK rainbow tables with airolib

    This is my first tutorial I have searched google for a week and finally got everything working and here it is.

    First I obtained the 33gig rainbow table from renderlab.net/projects/WPA-tables
    A 7 gig table is also available but i opted for larger table took me 4 days.

    Please keep in mind while doing all this decompression this is a 33 gig file so you need alot of space so I hope you are working with a 250gig hard drive like i am.

    When file is downloaded you get wpa_psk-h1kari_renderman.tar.lzma first you have to extract the .lzma portion first i used 7zip sdk version on windows.
    After downloading 7zip lzma version i put in C:/ root directory then pull up a
    dos prompt cd point it to your 7zip lzma folder.


    llzma.exe d "folder of the wpa_psk-h1kari_renderman.tar.lzma file"
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    after file has been decompressed you will be let with
    wpa_psk-h1kari_renderman.tar]

    Now you have to decompress the .tar you can do this on you linux box but i did mine on my windows box with peazip.


    I opened peazip and extracted the .tar and the end of the extraction you will have 9 folders these folders contain the pre-compiled Hashes.


    That was the hard part now all you have to do is know what essid you are looking for I assume you are Auditing your OWN NETWORK because if you are not it is ILLEGAL jail time is at end of road.

    now all you have to do is look in each folder you will find a file.txt it list the essid's associated for that folder.

    so:first

    airolib-ng "(testdb) <-- Database to be created" init


    airolib-ng testdb import cowpatty " the essid file in the folder you want"

    ex: airolib-ng testdb import cowpatty /mnt/sdb1/psk/ae-0/linksys

    you will then get reading and writing to DB

    now do a

    airolib-ng testdb stats

    you should see you Essid of choice and computed 100%

    Send me a message if you need any help.

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    nice tutorial. I was just gonna start searching for how to do that =p

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    no Prob took me a while to re-search hope u follow tutorial all the way if you need anymore help jus post.

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    Well done mate

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    Nice, what about if the essid is not listed in the "TOP 1000 essid"?.
    How can you prepare your "home made" hashes for a specific essid?

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    Well done man. First tutorial on this that I have seen.

    Peace.

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    Yes wanted to ask the same. If the essid is with random characters or for example a strange word or 2 words like "WLAN Speed" what should be done additionally!?

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    If Essid is not apart op Table you Can use airolib to import an Essid doesnt matter which one from the downloaded PSK tables. Then create a new file and put the essid of your choice on the first line then import the new essid file created the run airolib Batch and it will pre compute the new essid with the password dictionary of the other essid u downloaded.

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    Very nice tut, thnkx for taking the time to write it and share it.
    I will configure my network later to try it out.

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    was tryin to use the same tables but i got a question, after u have extract from lzma and tar i see after a file named SSID.txt also 2 others file named wpa_tables.tar.lzma.md5sum and wpa_tables.tar.lzma.sha512sum wht those files are for ? any use ? .. tried to decoded with lzma zip but got error , any idea or is just trash ?

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