Lnchbx3 Posted May 1, 2012 Share Posted May 1, 2012 So I'm trying to learn about packets in specific the 4 way handshake (EAPOL) packets. I'm not really finding any good guides that will explain each line of the packets so I figured I give the forums a shot. Ive noticed that there are 2 entries in the packet that say "key length" and "WPA key length" and both have a number attached to them. In 1 of the EAPOL packets I captured the "key length = 16" and the "WPA key length = 22". Also the "WPA key length entry is followed by a "WPA key=" entry with 44 characters after it. Can someone explain to me what these actually are and the difference? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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