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its been a while since i have messed around, but the time has come that i document what im doing... wash reaver wps pin attacks deauth and capture handshakes hashcat gpu cracking wpa word list's 'couch potato 123' comcast word generator type of password attacks that are router specific. wifi antennas 2.4 ghz and 5.8ghz it looks like nonsense but ill do some automation in my favorite language (ruby) ill do some multi threaded task like clock work to automate almost the hole process. ill start with small simple snippets. if people wan
I think this is a completely different subject from the previous thread, so forgive me is this is double posting. I found this program called auto-reaver for backtrack: https://code.google.com/p/auto-reaver/ I edited it, changing the mon0 to wlan0mon in one of the scripts, titled "wash". I'm trying to edit it to work with kali 2.0. I did what one of the guys in this thread did: https://forums.kali.org/showthread.php?19641-Reaver-WPS-Locked-Situation-and-Useful-Link/page4 And I quote: I know how to do the first part of that and I did. I did both commands. But I'm lost as to how to chan
[x] ERROR: Failed to open 'mon0' for capturing Long time viewer, first time writer haha. I am trying to learn how to do WPS attacks, you know to test network security. I have been following a tutorial on-line. I'm crazy new to all of this so I don't really know what I'm doing. I have a ASUS K50IJ it has a Qualcomm Atheros AR9285 PCI-E rev1 in it. its using the driver ath9k which all the Linux forums say is the correct one for that chipset. oh and the OS is Kali 2.0 I have read many posts that say to use the cmd "sudo" to get around that error so yeah I'm not sure what to try next to
I'm trying to parse the output of wash for automation. Here is what I have been playing aroung with *This is only part of the script I have it in a shell script that has been set as a boot mode. No matter how long wash runs as a daemon, I only get the start of wash in the log. If I manually execute wash as a daemon, It often does not work, sames results using wlan1 Side Note: I make sure the interface is up and in monitor mode before trying wash. Any help/ideas for achieving the parsing of wash would be great. I'm open to using anything other than bash aswell.