I have captured wifi traffic from a WPA network using Wireshark. I filtered the results for "eapol" packets and noted in the info column there are message type 3 and type 1. I believe this is two parts of the WPA four-way handshake.
Within these packets I see things like 802.1X Authentication, where will I find the hash of the WPA password/key?
PS: I know there are many cipher method which use in WPA like TKIP or CCMP and I read about the WPA authentication, but I was unable to determine where within the message the password can be found.