So I have been playing around with the aircrack-ng suite and beef a mitmf. Until now I have been able to host an Evil Twin with DHCP server and providing internet access to connected clients while capturing all their packets.
Now imagine there is an AP that uses WPA2 encryption, but I already know the password to it. I can run airbase-ng with the -W and -Z flags and copy the encryption methods used by the original (real) AP. The thing is that I cannot provide a password for, so when others get deauthenticated from the real one they are unable to access the internet via my Evil Twin.
To make it clear, I don't want the WPA2 password, I already have it, I just want to perfectly spoof the other AP even it's WPA2 password so devices are able to connect to me automatically. (Basically let airbase-ng complete the 4 way handshake)
Is that possible with the air-ng tools? I'm running kali linux by the way.