sharmaneetan: how much time does it take to get to handshake with the network ,...? n does it increase the time interval if network is weaker ?
Muhammad Asif: thats gud but if you already know what is the pasword and then you can creat a word list and put in that pasword and you can crack it.But my problem is that I want to crack the pasword that I do not know and I do not want to use any dictonary or wordlist bcz the network I want to crack its pasword will not be in dic or word list so what should I do??????'
Denis Tenea: i don't have linux!!!what do i do?
amber221Key Tvxq: كل سلح ايش تكتب انت ؟؟؟؟؟؟؟؟
Divine Goddess: woman! :))) heeey... :)
Technic Dynamic: Thanks man! Appreciate the support :D good luck on your ventures!
Divine Goddess: excellent song!!!! brutal video tutorial ... :D now i must try "Evil Twin"... :D
Youngbud03: @technicdynamic 'Hacking WPA Evil Twin' great vid, am gana have to try it out. but a hybrid attack is Half Bruteforce and half wordlist.. But the 'Hacking WPA Evil Twin' would be much Easier as the common user is no educated to spot this time of honeypots :)
Technic Dynamic: @YoungBud03 I see where you're coming from. I have another method, called 'Hacking WPA Evil Twin', where we trick the client to submitting his password. Is that what you mean by hybrid attack?
Or are you talking about a pre calculated table attack using pyrit and such?
Youngbud03: getting the handsake is the easy part, if the password is not in the wordlist your just crapoutta luck.. can you show on a method on cracking the WPA password, maybe a hybrid attack?
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