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Generally, you capture it encrypted and then use a tool to decrypt it after the fact. Assuming your network uses WPA2-PSK security, as most modern home networks do, you need to capture the the "WPA handshake", also known as the "eapol-key exchange", that happens when the client connects to the network (on boot or wake from sleep or after getting disconnected ...



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