I'm struggling to get a handshake from my router when using airodump. I'm running this from Kali Linux live CD.
airmon-ng shows my wireless card is an
Atheros AR9462 using the
ath9k - [phy0] driver. I believe this supports packet injection.
aireplay-ng --test wlan0 and
aireplay-ng --test mon0 show injection is working.
So, I'm attempting to crack the WPA2 PSK on my local network. I use:
airodump-ng -w output --bssid MY_BSSID mon0 -c 6
I've confirmed the BSSID and channels are correct.
I have my MacBook connected to my network, and it shows up when airodump is running. I wait until the #Data column shows about 5,000 then I send deauth packets whilst airodump is still running:
aireplay-ng --deauth 1 -a AP_BSSID mon0
I send one, wait a few moments and send another. I get no handshake. I've repeated, and still nothing. I've tried to send 100, but it just disconnects my laptop from the network (not a good idea lol).
I can't figure out what's going wrong. I've followed 2 different guides, and watched a video from BT that all show they're able to get a handshake.
Edit: mon0 is in monitor mode.