Jasmine Rebello: Too bad your file is completely fake!
*The following WiFi Password Cracker is the only one that worked for me
actually.* It has been shared by another user online and for me and many
others it removed passwords multiple times. Let me share their free 2shared
link for everyone, there you go:
Root Grasshopper: I would like to point something out... I ain't an expert in the subject,
but I do know that u should also change your mon0 mac... if u use
macchanger only on wlan0 and start mon0 u will still have the default mac
address on mon0, do "ifconfig" again after u start mon0 and u will see what
I mean... it would be better to start mon0 and then type " macchanger -r
wlan0 && macchanger -r mon0", this way to change both macs at once... (I
use -r to set random mac)... Anyway your videos are good, Thanx...
Jtag Sheep: or kali is the newer ish version
Jtag Sheep: no its r5
adeeply: i am not sure of this is a problem or not. everything is done as
instructed. although i have the result of 1/30 success. what does it mean?
does it mean that injections packets were not successful? btw thank you for
posting up the video. you are awesome
Paris Koutsioukis: kali.org/downloads/ <-- backtrack 6
Paris Koutsioukis: @Need sec you can save the packets using airodump-ng with the -w <--option
John Meisenheimer: It's called kali stupid. Backtrack 6 is now known as kali
mark turner: wat there is no backtrack 6
Dennis Mahon: Where is the link to your website?
NeedSec: So if you plugin AWUS036H run iwconfig you will probably have wlan0 and
wlan1. wlan1 will be the AWUS036H. You may have bee using your internal
wifi card instead of the AWUS036H. Run airmon-ng start wlan1. See if that
iKostanCom: No, on my laptop
Excellent mashego: I'm still waiting for the next video. And where can one buy the alfa
NeedSec: 1. The chipset reffers to the chipset of your wireless card. 2. You run
airmon-ng stop mon0. 3. --band bg speccifies to use 802.11b and 802.11g
which is specified in IEEE 802.11 standard.
iKostanCom: 6. “airmon-ng - - channel … “ - in fact on my laptop it filter doesn’t
working properly and detect group of different channels, for example:
“channel 1” >> > detect 1, 2 and -1 “channel 3” >> > detect 1, 2 and 6
“channel 4” >> > detect 2, 4, 6 and 123 “channel 11” >> > detect 9, 11, 13
and 158 and etc.
NeedSec: Are you running Kali in VM?
NeedSec: Thanks Chris I appreciate the comment and that is an excellent tip. I was
aware of this method in this video I wanted to show WireShark. In this
series I want to cover more of the fundamentals rather then just click,
click pwn. In the next video I am looking at the OSI model and 802.11
packet types. Thanks again Chris I really appreciate the feedback.
NeedSec: Thanks Nicolás I really appreciate the feedback. I am working to improve
the audio in future videos. I think it is important to know both theory and
practical side. There are a lot of automated tools that help with
penetration testing however there will be times you have to write your own
code. Thanks again for the feedback.
iKostanCom: 5. Additional strange thing happen with USB ports – when WIFI card is
connected to one of USB ports it’s always give a much more networks in
compare to other USB ports….?!
iKostanCom: P.S. sorry but as you can see it’s a lot of questions.
iKostanCom: 4. It seems crazy but after running “airodump-ng - - band bg mon0” some
strange channels appear – 133, 108 and -1 !!! What is it? Can it be some
hardware/software bug or it’s something else (seems that it's appears when
WIFI card is connected only to 1 particular USB port)? Also similar
situation appears when “airmon-ng - - channel … “ was used.
NeedSec: That is very strange. I am sorry I am not sure what is going on.
NeedSec: aireplay-ng --help --test : tests injection and quality (-9) 30/30 means
all packets successfully injected. The -9 is just testing option and will
test injection on all AP's it sees.
iKostanCom: Sorry but I forgot to say that native WIFI card was removed from laptop so
only ALFA is available
MrPurpill: Awesome thank u
Chris M: Just so you know you can capture packets with airodump-ng. Use airodump-ng
--bssid (bssid) -c (channel) --ivs -w (what you want to name the file)
-mon0 After that just run aircrack-ng (name of file.ivs) and you will pop
the pass key of WEP. Don't get me wrong I love wireshark, but you can
capture packets with airodump-ng
iKostanCom: ALFA NETWORK AWUS036H
iKostanCom: 7. “aireplay-ng -9 mon0”: - What does it mean “-9” parameter ? - How this
thing decides to which network packets will be injected ? - At the bottom
30/30 is appears – so it’s mean that all packets were injected successfully
? And what does it mean when it’s not 100% success ? - How this thing makes
a decision which network will be chosen for packets injection ?
NeedSec: What wireless adapter are you using?
NeedSec: So many projects on the go will try and get it posted by Monday. You can
pick up the Alfa cards from data-alliance in the US, or even Amazon or
eBay. I bought mine through data-alliance. Will post links in description.
NeedSec: Sorry about that Dennis. Thanks for letting me know. Link posted in the
Nicolás Belazaras: I think it's amazing that you're covering the theory, the really important
part that nobody cares about :P When I do things I wanna see why they
happen... If only that mic wasn't so noisy =D
kali kal: difference between backtrack and Kali linux ?? did Kali have all funtions
of backtrack ??
Anonymoose4207: >2013 >still using wireshark instead of aircrack-ng or wifite
NeedSec: I have not encounterd this issue. Try airodump-ng --channel. Does that lock
to specific channel?
hackersneaky: Next time if i want to sleep i would watch this vedio again !
iKostanCom: Hi. I have a few questions about this tutorial: 1. After running “airmon-ng
start wlan0” chipset model appeared - is it related to the motherboard or
WIFI network card? 2. How I can delete “mon” device when more than one
interface is appears? 3. I’m not sure about what does it mean “- - band bg
mon0” … Does it mean monitor only “mon0” and not “wlan0” ?
NeedSec: There is not a lot of difference. Kali is a lot more stable and more easily
customized. The menu layout structure is slightly different. All the tools
that I use are still present.
Kali Linux - How to Hack WiFi Tutorial - Sniffing WiFi Networks & Capturing Packets (BackTrack 6)4.9
out of 5