Fixed Save a Handshake

Discussion in 'Xiaopan Support' started by Chicken_choker, 12 Jul 2013.

  1. Chicken_choker

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    Have you researched the issue before?:
    Yes, but i can't find what i need. Thanks all.​
    What is the Issue?:
    Hi Guys, Bit of a newb here sorry. I can use feeding-bottle to capture a fourway handshake and use the built in dictionary to attack it...no joy. I have tried to download the big dictionary offered here but the password does not seem to work on the dumptruck site. I may need to upload my captured handshake files for dict attacks but i cannot for the life of me figure out how and to save them!!! I am using Beini 123 through a Linux live usb flash drive. Thanks all.​
    Ultimately, What are you trying to achieve?:
    Hack WPA with a Dictionary attack with FeedingBottle
    What is your wireless device model?:
    wifi sky 2000mw
    USB or Internal Device?:
    USB
    How are you using it?:
    I am using Xiaopan as a LiveUSB
    Operating System:
    Windows
    If you used a Live CD or USB How did you create it?:
    Linux live usb creator
    What version:
    Xiaopan 0.3.7.1

     
  2. estimacamry

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    Mount a spare USB and save the handshake to it or you can save it your HDD. By the way, latest Xiaopan would be 0.4.6.1;)
     
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  3. Chicken_choker

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    Hi, thanks for the reply.
    In beini i can't see where/how to save it to my hdd, if i mount a fresh usb stick will the option to save it there be available to see?
    Is it easier/ clearer to use Xiaopan? Can it be mounted to a usb stick with Linux like beini is? How?

    Sorry but i did say i was a newb at this.
     
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    mount.jpg

    1. Run Xiaopan liveUSB. Once you are there, plug in your spare USB.
    2. sda(HDD) sdb(liveUSB) sdc(spare USB)
    3. Select mount tool, tick at sdc ( spare USB )
    4. Select XFE, browse to /mnt/sdc
    5. Copy and paste your cap file to /mnt/sdc
    cheers newb;)
     
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  5. Chicken_choker

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    Excellent reply,
    I will give that a go later,
    I have reported twice that the huge wpa dictionary offered (which i would like) in downloads section, well the stated password does not work when i go to the dumptruck linked site.....can you report it please too.

    Many thanks again
     
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    It can be huge but if the pass is not in the list then you would be wasting your time. Dictionary attack....10% knowledge 90% pure luck I would say. So good luck on your pentesting:) I've tried dictionary attack on 5 routers and I've manage to crack 4 because in my region, mostly numbers are used as pass except one which is alphanumeric.
     
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    thanks for that, but can you please report to admin that the given download password does not work when you get to the dumptruck site.

    thanks again.
     
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    Thanks anyway Mr P, it seems that you cannot copy n paste in the password, it has to be written.

    Regards, Dave.
     
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