LexMichdeappel Posted April 30, 2014 Share Posted April 30, 2014 (edited) More and more routers are becoming resistant to the Reaver magic. That's a good thing, because we all want easy and secure working hardware in our (grand-)parents' homes. But are they really secure? Today I had an encounter with a stubborn fellow that tried to stop me from brutally forcing myself into his backdoor. WARNING: Detected AP rate limiting, waiting 60 seconds Good job boy, you kept me out, you're safe! Yeah right... So I fired up another command: mdk3 mon0 a -a [MAC] -m Let that rip for a minute, tried reaver again, bingo! It accepted my brute force methods again. But after a few minutes it locked up again. Time for some more of that mdk3 vaseline, let it rip again, and after reavering it accepted my crowbar. Now my question is, can someone explain to me or show me how to write some kind of script that does this automatically? So it should do this on it's own: reaver -i mon0 -b [MAC] -vv -S When it hits the AP rate limiter: ctrl-C mdk3 mon0 a -a [MAC] -m Run that for a minute or something and then again from the top: reaver -i mon0 -b [MAC] -vv -S When it hits the AP rate limiter: ctrl-C mdk3 mon0 a -a [MAC] -m And so on and so on and so on... Edited April 30, 2014 by LexMichdeappel 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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