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Reaver WPA letter case errors


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We have seen instances where reaver provided the WPA key in the wrong case.

For example the key given by reaver for the WPA key was

:

john1234

In fact the actual key was:

JOHN1234

Therefore if the key provided by reaver dosenot work try altering the case. If altering the entire letter string doesnot work, try altering character by character

example:

JOHN1234
jOHN1234
JoHN1234

etc etc etc

MTeams

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We have seen instances where reaver provided the WPA key in the wrong case.

For example the key given by reaver for the WPA key was

:

john1234

In fact the actual key was:

JOHN1234

Therefore if the key provided by reaver dosenot work try altering the case. If altering the entire letter string doesnot work, try altering character by character

example:

JOHN1234

jOHN1234

JoHN1234

etc etc etc

MTeams

Interesting, This is only in certin cases (version of reaver, specific routers), correct?

I ask beacuse I've recoverd a handfull of passwords with reaver (the default version in bt5 r3), and I rember one inperticular that was Passw0rd0590, and the case was correct in this instance.

Do you mind me asking what version of reaver, and what kind of router gave you guys this result?

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