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  1. When you say "4-way handshake" you mean DHCP messages, right? (DHCP discover, offer, etc)
  2. I downloaded and installed the full version of Kali. Now wifite works fine, all errors disappeared but it fails to crack all scanned networks. I am a little bit disappointed.
  3. Restore initial top panel to Kali Linux

    Thanx to your photo I managed to set them as they were. My problem was the separator that wanted to enable the "Expand" property. Also your photo helped me find that network manager was actually "Notification area". Now, everything is back to normal. Thanx a lot my friend! Be good!!
  4. Restore initial top panel to Kali Linux

    I did right click and played with the settings. I added items but they are all left alligned. Before that, they were right alligned, at least some of them. I didn't find a way to bring them back to the right of the panel. I didn't find a way to re-add network manager.
  5. I prefer giving these money and buy some more GBs from my mobile ISP and be sure that I have them to use rather than buying a USB card without knowing if it is going to work with wifite or not. I have a second laptop, older one, I will give it a try as soon as I have some time as I have to create linux partitions to it and install Kali. Thanx a lot for trying to help me. I do appreciate it!
  6. I had a top panel like the one in the attached file "original.png". I tried to costimize it and now looks like the attached file "now.jpg". What can I do to bring it back to how it was? I mean clock and root go back to the right corner and add network manager too. "window buttons" doesn't have the wide fixed length but every time I open a new window it increases its length. How can I fix it? I have Kali linux 2017.1 light x86.
  7. I see... at least we know that the card supports monitor mode. Now, what should I do with wifite?
  8. I run "airmon-ng start wlan0" and I get this: Found 2 processes that could cause trouble. If airodump-ng, aireplay-ng or airtun-ng stops working after a short period of time, you may want to run 'airmon-ng check kill' PID Name 446 NetworkManager 482 wpa_supplicant PHY Interface Driver Chipset phy0 wlan0 rt2800pci Ralink corp. RT3090 Wireless 802.11n 1T/1R PCIe (mac80211 monitor mode vif enabled for [phy0]wlan0 on [phy0]wlan0mon) (mac80211 station mode vif disabled for [phy0]wlan0) Then, I run "airmon-ng check kill" and I get this: Killing these processes: PID Name 482 wpa_supplicant 1019 dhclient Running "airmon-ng check" gives nothing. Running "airmon start wlan0" again, gives: PHY Interface Driver Chipset phy0 wlan0mon rt2800pci Ralink corp. RT3090 Wireless 802.11n 1T/1R PCIe Running wifite after that, same errors appeared. Also, I lost, internet connection as NetworkManager is not running anymore... I had to restart Kali to be able to post. Now, I noticed something, "usefull" I think. After rebooting, Kali connected with my android phone's wifi (tethering, no cable, just tethering). I ran wifite in command line and now the second line after "[+] scanning for wireless devices..." is "[+] enabling monitor mode on wlan0... done" and after that the same errors as in my first post follow. After that, I lost connection with my phone and I had to use the USB cable enabling tethering via USB to be able to have internet access again. I cannot connect to my phone's wifi anymore (unless I restart Kali again). Also, now running wifite again is not reporting the new second line about monitor mode. I hope this helps...
  9. I never told that it is a VM. It is a clean installation. I have a HP 620 laptop with a 320GB hdd. The disk has 5 partitions. One 450MB, the hidden windows 7/8/8.1 partition, one 128GB for windows, another one 128GB for files etc, a swap linux partition and a linux ext4 partition. The last one has Kali linux. I do not have any USB wifi device. I only have the built-in laptop's wifi card which works fine when connecting to wifi networks. Kali is using it just fine so there is no problem with it. I started feeling that I have to deal with an incompatibility issue. I will try Kali 2016.x as soon as I return back from vacation.
  10. Yes, the only line is sources.list is the one you mention. I ran update, nothing updated. I ran upgrade and many packages were upgraded. I ran apt-get install kali-linux-wireless --fix-missing and now the command ran with no errors. All packages were installed. I rebooted but my main problem still exists. Wifite refers the same problems. Nothing changed. What should I do anyway?
  11. It not a VM. It is a clean installation of Kali 2017.1 light x86. My laptop has a Core Duo cpu, it supports x64 instructions, even Kali suggested installing x64 version during installation, but I always prefer x86 versions as it has only 2GB of RAM. There was no disconnection when downloading packages. All packages where downloaded except some of them like the one I mention above. I did my own checks and I saw that these packages do not exist. I do not know where did Kali find them. EDIT: see in the attached file what did I see this morning after running ""apt-get install kali-linux-wireless --fix-missing". Downloaded packages where not installed. They are just waiting to be installed. The point is how. 1. kali.txt
  12. I ran "apt-get install kali-linux-wireless". It downloaded several packages but some of them couldn't be found, like opensc_0.17.0~rc1-1_i386.deb. In every case "404 not found" error occurred. In the end, "E: aborting install." referred. Are all other downloaded packages installed or I should run any command to install them?
  13. I have installed Wifite and all the depedencies it mentioned, such as reaver, cowpatty etc. I didn't install pixie. I will give it a try. I think that something else is causing the problem. If I find a free wifi I will install all of them to be sure.
  14. I use Kali, 2017.1 x86 light. Unfortunately, I can't run this command right now as I am on vacation and I can't download all the data needed. My mobile ISP gives me limited amount of MBs.
  15. For better results, I uploaded the files to dropbox to see them entrirely. So: Subprocess.py wifite In my first post you can find the lines and phrases that seem to cause the problem.
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