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Can a rogue client bypass the Wi-Fi Access Point?

Let's assume that one client contains malware, and that it belongs to a Wi-Fi network protected with WPA2/Personal (hence, via a password known to the piece of malware), where some other vulnerable ...
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Mitigating the new attack on WPA2 involving PMKID

A new attack was discovered which allows cracking a WPA2 passphrase without needing to capture the 4-way handshake. While this doesn't weaken the password itself, it does mean that an attacker can ...
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How long would it take to brute force an 11 character single-case alphanumeric password?

My previous home wifi router's WPA2 password was permanently fixed to FZ4HBCKHGC8. How long would it take to crack via brute force? Or more pragmatically: How long would it take to exhaust all ...
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What is Pixie dust attack on router?

I read an article on this site, but didn't get what I wanted so my concerns are: How does pixie dust attack work? What is the flaw that only certain routers contain to being vulnerable for Pixie-Dust ...
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Finding password length using Airmon-ng and Crunch on Kali Linux [WPA/WPA2]

I want to find the length of a password on my wireless network. How can I monitor/track the behavior of the WiFi reaction to entering the current password? Once I find the exact length of the ...
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Is it as easy to crack a wifi password, as shown in the video?

I was browsing YouTube and I came across this video In the video they show how to crack the password of a wifi using CommView, Aircrack and Wordlist. According to the video it takes about two ...
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Cracking WI-FI password offline at distance, is that possible?

Let's suppose I was able to get a handshake from my target's network and I got the .CAP file (containing the handshake), but I would like to crack the password from another location (away from the ...
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How to speed-up data collecting of WEP AP for aircrack?

I'm using aireplay to collect some data from AP alongside with aircrack. Unfortunetlly, the proccess seems quite slow to me as I've reached 2000 in more than 20mins so far. What most affects the speed ...
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How to optimize cracking speed with Reaver

When testing network security with Reaver in order to find out WPS, what parameters do you usually use with respect to cracking speed? I've chosen for TP-LINK Archer C20i AC750 Dual Band a delay of ...
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Generate password list with specific keywords and length

I need to generate a list of passwords to try penetrating into a wi-fi network. I have a pretty big list of keywords and I want to use them to generate as many possible passwords as possible, which ...
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Somebody hacked my router and changed my wifi SSID

One of my neighbours hacked the password of my router and he uses my limited internet package. I change the wifi SSID almost daily, but he can hack it easily. Today, he changed the SSID to a hate ...
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I tried to break my WiFi: is 8 uppercase letter strong enough?

My Wi-Fi WPA-PSK password looked pretty weak: 8 uppercase letter. I have checked with another router from the same provider and the pattern is the same. To see how weak this is I tried to hack it ...
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If WPA2-PSK is insecure, what other options do home users have?

from what I'm reading online it seems that one can land attacks and successfully crack a WPA2-PSK wifi network, is that true and if it is, how home users can secure their networks? I seen an ...
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What was the purpose of this attack if one took place?

Background Windows 7 Home Edition HP desktop (no av/no firewall/ remote assistance enabled) two external drives attached/no documents on internal drive connected to fios wifi (wep protection/standard ...
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Is there a way to make a WEP-secured AP uncrackable?

For some days, I was feeling that my Internet bill was booming. Then, I recently found out that a boy near my house was accessing my router to use the Internet. Then, I read some articles how to crack ...
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What is the weakness of WiFi attacks?

I did not come to anything after searching Google for some time. What's preventing someone from just doing an WiFi attack using AirCrack and do any kind of attack once logged on the victims network?
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WEP password cracking

I was testing WEP password cracking on my router. I had set a thirteen character password ("TESTING123456") and tried these commands: airmon-ng start wlan0 Then I started airodump-ng using this ...
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Can Hydra and Crunch be used in combination for HTTP-get-form? [closed]

I'm trying to recover my router username and password without resetting the router for educational purposes. I read that Hydra can be used for "brute-forcing" http-get-form authentication that most ...
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Does using reaver crash or bring down a network

Does using Reaver crash or bring down a network? I've googled this and haven't turned up anything. I mean like a home router.
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WPA cracking with Crunch, JTR & Aircrack

Now I assume that everyone knows of aircrack-ng and John The Ripper with it's fantastic ability to pause and resume cracking. With that aside, I want to add Crunch into the mix, however I can't seem ...
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WPA and WPA2 Help [closed]

I'm trying to hack my own WPA and WPA2 network for learning purposes. I used A 10 characters length password with only numbers, I know if I had to create the word list file it will be Huge, So I ...
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WPA/PSK Dictionaries

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 ...
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How does WiFi password cracking work?

Let's say I have a wireless network that is password protected. What procedures can an intruder take to gain access to my wireless network, or at least be able to decipher the packets I am sending ...