So i have been reading some articles on WPA/PSK encryption, And one said that the hash is calculated like this:
Key = PBKDF2(passphrase, ssid, 4096, 256)
Where PBKDF2 is a standardized method to derive a key from a passphrase.(anyways)
As you see here the key depends on the SSID, so if you have the same password with different SSID the key wouldn't be the same.
So it is not possible to generate (and save) like a rainbow table to WPA/PSK hash like: hash:plain-text because the hash would need the SSID and the SSID is different from router to router?