Lets say I have captured some handshakes and other data from a WPA network and would like to crack it using Pyrit. I have a database of around 800 million passwords, but having Pyrit check through all ...
Someone is constantly sending deauth packets to me.... =(
If I have WPA encryption on my WiFi network but don't change the default admin username/password to the router, can someone gain access to my network?
I've set up WPA encryption on my WiFi network with a passphrase. This passphrase is visible in plain text when I connect to my router at http://192.168.1.1. But if someone doesn't know this ...
If you connect to an open, unencrypted Wi-Fi access point, everything you do can be captured by other people within range. If you connect to an encrypted point, then people nearby can intercept what ...
I have a wireless router, and I want a difficult password that is still, in a way, easy to remember. I came up with this idea to take the MD5, SHA-1, SHA-256, or whatever hash of a common English ...
I see tons of videos dealing with WEP cracking, but actaully none of them teach about how Wifis work. They are just a bunch of commands thrown at the screen. Where can I learn about the inner ...