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Find wifi password

Postby maxbenj54 » Fri Mar 22, 2013 9:19 pm

I will wish can crack wifi password to connect to any livebox, Freebox, etc, for wpa wpa2 and wpe.
It will be perfectly in wifikill.
And if it possible it Wonderfull.
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Re: Find wifi password

Postby ponury » Sun Mar 24, 2013 3:04 pm

maxbenj54 wrote:I will wish can crack wifi password to connect to any livebox, Freebox, etc, for wpa wpa2 and wpe.
It will be perfectly in wifikill.
And if it possible it Wonderfull.

Not so easy :-) WEP might be possible but who uses WEP these days?
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Re: Find wifi password

Postby maxbenj54 » Mon Mar 25, 2013 9:39 pm

Effectively. But is it planned ?
And Why it's not sont easy ?
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Re: Find wifi password

Postby ponury » Wed Mar 27, 2013 7:15 pm

maxbenj54 wrote:Effectively. But is it planned ?
And Why it's not sont easy ?

hacking in general is not easy...
I am not planning to implement this either.
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Re: Find wifi password

Postby Zeptinune » Sun Mar 31, 2013 12:20 pm

Sniffing a router's password requires that you are able to turn your device's wifi chip into 'discovery' mode which is completely different from its normal operating mode. Most (if not all) phones are not able to do this at all.

It's not about being able to make an app or not, it's pretty much a hardware issue. Just like many wireless cards inside computers and laptops are not able to be able to switch to such a mode either and it depends very much on their make and model.

It's best that you use a laptop running Backtrack for this with a supported wireless device, and then use Wifikill. But this is completely off the topic of these forums and hacking and hijacking are two completely different things. Hence the need for 2 different words in the dictionary.
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Re: Find wifi password

Postby ColinOscopy » Fri Apr 05, 2013 6:21 am

[quote="Zeptinune"]Sniffing a router's password requires that you are able to turn your device's wifi chip into 'discovery' mode which is completely different from its normal operating mode. Most (if not all) phones are not able to do this at all.

It's not about being able to make an app or not, it's pretty much a hardware issue. Just like many wireless cards inside computers and laptops are not able to be able to switch to such a mode either and it depends very much on their make and model.

It's best that you use a laptop running Backtrack for this with a supported wireless device, and then use Wifikill. But this is completely off the topic of these forums and hacking and hijacking are two completely different things. Hence the need for 2 different words in the dictionary.[/quote]

"Most phones are not able to do this at all" but i have smartphone then why it's not working properly like other phones ?
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