jzman Posted June 17, 2009 Share Posted June 17, 2009 If there was a CUDA app to generate WPA2-PSK keys from keywords, and someone had 4 2TB HD's in RAID1 (it would suck if you lost a week of generation and almost 3 weeks of mapping/indexing the keys in order), so 4TB total storage, use john the ripper to generate the keywords, and at 10MB per a sec of generation, you would be done within a week. And then you have to put the keys in order by the WPA key, which will take maybe 1 to 3 weeks. Then you would have to generate a Query map of the keys that you can load into ram, to make searching much faster. Then you probably could open a web site up with google ads and a limit on how many keys an IP address can crack a day/month, and offer a paid service to up the limit. Since so many people want to crack WPA keys and a majority of people use lousy passwords/SSID's your web site would get alot of visits/hits and you would be rich with AD money. Seems like this project idea could be worth the investment to someone. Seems like the hardest part would be the CUDA app and maybe the indexing/storage app, but almost any C++ programmer can learn CUDA real fast and the storage app isnt really hard either. UPDATE : Also http://www.scmagazineuk.com/WiFi-is-no-lon...article/119294/ -and- http://forums.remote-exploit.org/bt4beta-h...rack-4beta.html Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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