Fixed Beini 1.2.5 DishingTech ISO & ALFA AWUS036NH

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  1. bert55

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    Hi fooks,

    I'm new here so i hope somebody can help me out.
    I don't have a Google docs account, and also don't wanna make it out of privacy issues.

    I now this is not the Xiaopan... but i only have a simple questions about Beini.

    I have a Alfa AWUS036NH usb adapter, and wanna now if the newest Beini can detect it.
    I have tested a few Xiaopan versions but the don't detect my card except the older Beini i believe this is
    Beini 1.2.1.

    Strange that all those versions do not detect this Alfa adapters because many people use them.
    That old Beini 1.2.1 use it, and the newer don't. So big are those O.S. ses not so, i can image
    why the builders have leave them out of the newer versions. :-(

    But OK, it seems the most people use other cards.

    Anybody nows if Beini can detect my alfa?

    Thanks
     
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    OK, thanks mate.
    When i find a Hey key, what does that mean?
    Is that the same as the name you have to put in when you wanna connect to a wireless point that is protected with a password.
    So i mean when i put in the hex name or number is that normal the password that others don't now??

    Thanks, for the quick reply.

    Gonna try that .iso
     
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    I think you mean Hex key? It is normally 10 digits long when an ASCII key is 5 characters long. You can enter both but some specify if you are inputting a Hex or ASCII key. You can use the following generator to convert: http://www.andrewscompanies.com/tools/wep.asp
     
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    Hi, yes your right i mean Hex key.
    Now i try to crack some Wifi overhere with beini 1.2.1. and i see 5 adresses with web encryption.
    The first i finnished and give my a 10 digits number.
    I reconices this because i refers to the telefoonnumbers overhere.

    Is this the "password" that i need to fill in when i wanna try to connect to that Wifi point?

    Then i don't understand what data i must fill in on that page of yours?
    Below on that page i see "Generated Key"
    With a ASCII field and a Hex field.

    When i put in that Hex key with those 10 numbers (what i think is the telephone number)
    then i only can click on Copy to clipboard.

    So what is the use of that?
    When beini or other crack tool finds a Hex key, why do i need that page for?
    I see you can generate key overthere but why do i need that?
     
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    They are not telephone numbers.

    Enter that 10 digit number in the converter and it will give you the ASCII password, you do not need a generator, just gave you the link for your education only. If you are getting a 10 digit number, the ASCII password is 5 characters long.

    ASCII is a set of characters, namely those used by English-speaking people. The printable characters (in addition to certain control characters) are:

    !"# $%&'()*+,-./0123456789:;?@ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ[\]^_`abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz{|}~

    Hex, or hexadecimal, is a way to express integers up to 255 in only two digits, or one byte. For example, 255 is FF, and 123 is 7B.

    While hex numbers can be assigned to ASCII characters, they are not used only for that purpose. Hex is used for any data that can also be represented as binary, since hex is easier to read.

    If my password was:
    uuuuu my Hex key would be 7575757575 10 digits

    If my password was:
    SDLJFSHFfjsfj3234 my Hex key would be 53444c4a46534846666a73666a33323334

    Depending on your settings and your operating system you can enter a hex or ascii key. In Ubuntu for instance, you need to specify if you are specifying a ASCII or Hex key before you can connect successfully.
     
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    I now, but overhere it's there telephone number :).
    I did reconice it because we all have the same regioncode.

    But anyway i got acces now, but how do i acces there hard drive?
    I can surf at there connection, but how to acces there files for exsample?

    I tryd to put up the ipadres into Internet explore like http://www.192.xx.xx.xx but that does not work.
    And yes i don't gonna do stupid stuff, just wanna try one time.

    I'm not a wardriver or like other people do, just wanna see it for now and then i'm satisfied.

    So far for web cracking that is easy, but i also wanna try some wpa and wpa2 later.

    So how to acces there files??

    And again thanks :dance
     
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    That is illegal, we cannot help you with that. Sorry
     
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