topolb wrote:Yes. Still possible to launch bruteforce and dictionary attacks.
joswr1ght wrote:I just finished a dictionary tool for WPA-PSK networks. I'm planning to release it the first week in November, so check back with me then if anyone is interested.
Note: pbkdf2(4096) makes dictionary attacks against WPA very slow.
RaiD wrote:Same here...any preliminary screenshots?
Master1977 wrote:I am using weplab v0.1.0-beta-w32_01 for windows off course. Is it possible to use it to capture packets ?
If yes, how can I specify the interface and put it in monitor mode ??
weplab -c -i wlan0 --debug 1 --caplen 150 packets.log
Doesn't seems to be lucky enough.
Thanks for the help.
topolb wrote:Sorry, capture is not available for windows.
I suggest you to use another tool to capture packets (like Airopeek), then convert the files into pcap format with ethereal and finally use weplab.
topolb wrote:For the moment I do no plan to use any commercial driver to make weplab capture on windows. Unless it appears a fully open source method to make it, (or I change my mind) you will need to use another tool for capture on win.
Master1977 wrote:Ethreal seems to capture my wireless traffic smoothly, can I just use that ?
bigbadbaugh wrote:You could always try Devines Aircrack that now users Airodump which can caputure packets on Windows.
You just need the Airopeek .DLL and a few other things to get it working.
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