Beini 1.2.4 | Command Line Reaver

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    Beini 1.2.4 | 45 MB
    ;) If this version does not work for you try a lower version such as 1.2.2 ;)

    Given that the Beini project is not currently under development I created a new 1.2.4 version that incorporates Reaver to brute force hack and test WPA / WPA2 Wireless Protection Setup (WPS) pins which is much easier, quicker and has a higher success rate then WPA/WPA2 dictionary attacks. I have also added more drivers for WiFi cards!

    2012-04-22 Beini 1.2.4
    Built from Beini 1.2.3

    • Added Reaver: Command line application to brute force hack WPS encrypted WPA / WPA2 pins.

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    In the download you will get a VMware image file (Beini 1.2.4.vdmk), Parallels Desktop image file (Beini 1.2.4.pvm) and of course you will get the all important Beini ISO for your Virtual Machine software or another alternative such as Virtualbox. This version is PC and Mac compatible also.

    If you are having problems with Reaver commands
    Always specify -vv at the end
    • Be sure to have your device in monitor mode
    • Use a compatible card
    • Check out Reaver @ Google Code hints and tips
    • Still have an issue, start a thread in the Reaver and Inflator forum
    • Try an earlier version and install Reaver and / or inflator yourself

    To begin access to it, type reaver in Root Shell.

    Download Beini on SourceForge

    (requires WinRar (PC), UnrarX (Mac) or similar RAR program to extract).


    Notes
    You can download the new Beini 1.2.5 has Reaver and Inflator (GUI version). I suggest you head over to reaver-wps google code if you are unfamiliar with it to understand what it can do and how to use it. Also check here to see what WiFi cards are compatible with Beini.
     
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