Filled Detecting Wifi Stealer

Discussion in 'Request Software' started by rempit, 7 Jun 2012.

  1. rempit

    rempit Well-Known Member
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    Guys, I wonder if there is a PC/Windows software made specifically for detecting wifi stealing activities?

    Which means if someone is hacking your password, a warning message will pop-up immediately. ...and maybe the software allows us to COUNTER-ATTACK the stealers, haha...
     
  2. Fantasma

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    Well, i don´t know if there is a specially software to do that job, but it can be easy made by checking the router config, and you can always protect your wireless network by a good WPA2 pasword,including letters,numbers and special characters (like: @-_&% etc.) better yet, changing it regularly
    B.R
     
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    Ok thanks for the quick reply
     
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    This is what my WPA password looks like: @}%5g!<;2l8[z Good luck trying to hack me lol. There are some apps that are able to detect attacks. Check out some of the networking security apps on softonic.
     
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  5. Crackerz Wave

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    i know a software that can detect if someone use your wifi but if counterattack i dont know

    this is it, netcut defender
     
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  6. Fantasma

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    Thanks for sharing info,maybe you can upload it and make a little tuto how use it?
     
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    Grab a WiFi IDS/IPS better than any software.
     
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    Sorry about that. :eeks IN future i better upload stuff to check them.
     
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    rempit,

    You might consider enabling MAC filtering and static IP for you in your network. This feature is kinda useless because we can all fake MACs but at some point if two clients appear in your network in the same MAC both your router and Windows machine will freak the hell out and warn you.

    Probably your router will assign the same IP to the device with the fake MAC (because it thinks is the same device, so it needs to have that static IP) and your windows will then complain with a popup saying that the IP is being used by another machine on the network...
     
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    http://www.whoisonmywifi.com/
    im sure i could find a cracked one if needed just let me know ?
     
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    my password go's from 59 to 62 chrs long and has every freaking letter number large small special chr in TOTALLY random orders and i change it by the week.. hack me win a prize =) its just not possible
     
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    Assuming you have a WPA encryption and are wondering if reaver can get you, please look into here in the F column. If you are vulnerable and can't disable it (column l). Then try to change your firmware with one that can do it.
    Then if you are wondering if we can bruteforce you with a dictionary then change the password with a long one with as much as possible different kind of character (specials such has "@}%", numbers, letters (doesn't matter capital or not since it's not case sensitive). You can then copy it on a paper or on your computer (in an encrypted file with truecrypt or keepass or other).
    Change your router default password/login also.
    All the next step are if you're a bit paranoid.
    You can also do MAC filtering even if has said before it is easily countered.
    You can also do a home made two step login with a walled garden which will redirect your traffic though a log in page that you set up once you are connected to the wifi (like you have in public hotspot) and you just block him after X bad attempts (this can be countered with Session Stealing, DNS Tunneling, and in some case Ping Tunneling also but it require more skill).
    You can reduce the DHCP IP address range to only your computer so he'll have to do IP spoofing on top of MAC spoofing that will simply not work if you're on the network.
    If after all of this you still get hacked and the hacker didn't "look" for another neighbor... Well, you certainly are unlucky !
    Finally, if you're on linux and want to detect new connection (and also detect ARP spoofing) watch for arpwatch.
    Hope it helps.
    PS: Yes, most hotspot use DNS tunneling and you can connect to public hotspot and still use the internet with a DNS tunneling software (keep in mind you need a DNS server somewhere). Look for iodine, it is also possible to do it on your cellphone:).
     
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