WPA / WPA2 Auditing Service

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  1. petrovivo1234

    petrovivo1234 Well-Known Member
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    Good luck with that...lol

    Time.Started.....: Mon Mar 22 09:30:20 2021 (14 secs)
    Time.Estimated...: Thu Sep 12 10:55:48 2024 (3 years, 174 days)
    Guess.Mask.......: ?l?l?l?l?l?l?l?l?l?l [10]
    Guess.Queue......: 1/1 (100.00%)
    Speed.#1.........: 572.2 kH/s (282.28ms) @ Accel:16 Loops:1024 Thr:1024 Vec:1
    Speed.#2.........: 496.6 kH/s (276.73ms) @ Accel:16 Loops:1024 Thr:1024 Vec:1
    Speed.#3.........: 217.7 kH/s (335.96ms) @ Accel:512 Loops:256 Thr:64 Vec:1
    Speed.#*.........: 1286.5 kH/s
     
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  2. longshanks

    longshanks Well-Known Member
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    11_years.png

    Some requests are just outrageously unrealistic.
    --- Double Post Merged, 22 Mar 2021, Original Post Date: 22 Mar 2021 ---

    summary capture file
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    file name................................: SpectrumSetup-A0-01-Cleaned.cap
    version (pcap/cap).......................: 2.4 (very basic format without any additional information)
    timestamp minimum (GMT)..................: 01.01.1970 12:00:00
    timestamp maximum (GMT)..................: 01.01.1970 12:00:00
    used capture interfaces..................: 1
    link layer header type...................: DLT_IEEE802_11 (105)
    endianess (capture system)...............: little endian
    packets inside...........................: 3
    BEACON (total)...........................: 1
    EAPOL messages (total)...................: 2
    EAPOL RSN messages.......................: 2
    ESSID (total unique).....................: 1
    EAPOLTIME gap (measured maximum usec)....: 4999998
    EAPOL ANONCE error corrections (NC)......: not detected
    EAPOL M1 messages (total)................: 1
    EAPOL M2 messages (total)................: 1
    EAPOL pairs (total)......................: 1
    EAPOL pairs (best).......................: 1
    EAPOL M12E2 (challenge)..................: 1
    packets with zeroed timestamps...........: 3

    Warning: missing timestamps!
    This dump file contains frames with zeroed timestamps.
    That prevent calculation of EAPOL TIMEOUT values.
    It is a bug of the capturing tool.

    Warning: missing frames!
    This dump file contains no undirected proberequest frames.
    An undirected proberequest may contain information about the PSK.
    It always happens if the capture file was cleaned or
    it could happen if filter options are used during capturing.
    That makes it hard to recover the PSK.

    Warning: missing frames!
    This dump file contains no important frames like
    authentication, association or reassociation.
    It always happens if the capture file was cleaned or
    it could happen if filter options are used during capturing.
    That makes it hard to recover the PSK.

    Warning: missing frames!
    This dump file doesn't contain enough EAPOL M1 frames.
    It always happens if the capture file was cleaned or
    it could happen if filter options are used during capturing.
    That makes it impossible to calculate nonce-error-correction values.

    root@iphone:~# cap2hccapx /root/3/SpectrumSetup-A0-01-Cleaned.cap spec.hccapx
    Zero value timestamps detected in file: /root/3/SpectrumSetup-A0-01-Cleaned.cap.
    This prevents correct EAPOL-Key timeout calculation.
    Do not use preprocess the capture file with tools such as wpaclean.
     
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  3. Tatchong

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    Oh my. Apologies. Probably should have calculated the time based on approximate hash rates. Much appreciated for trying!

    Appreciate if anyone can run a 10 digit hash on this, in case my keyspace guessing is wrong.

    If not, it's alright. Will check it off as "outrageously unrealistic".
     
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  4. El Viento

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    I agree @longshanks thanks for the advice
    wpaclean berry bad
    hcxtools is better I just didnt have it installed on the computer I was using

    Anyway, speaking to the forum at large. I have a cap that I have tried all over the place and nothing seems to work.. Uploading here as a final resort. Thanks for your time !

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    SSID: MySpectrumWiFi49-2G
    BSSID:
    A0-64-8F-56-7B-47
     

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  5. YİKİM

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    Hi,
    Can you help me?
     

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  6. petrovivo1234

    petrovivo1234 Well-Known Member
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    fc4ae9b3f7e1:bc1485a32216:VODAFONE_F7DC:66390d69
    5c63bfde48c0:a4d990a0f9b9:TurkTelekom_TBF5A:yrcWUCDZ
     
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  7. YİKİM

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    I am thankful to you
     
  8. tarekxx

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    Any Help there

    thanks
     

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  9. Hello Peter

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  10. Uraniumhazee

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    Some handshakes.
    Can you help?
    Thanks.
     

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  11. Limacro

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    Happy Easter to all from Croatia
     
  12. Deku

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    Please help me with these caps

    ESSID: Atul Sharma_4G
    BSSID: A8-DA-0C-42-02-DB
    Known Default Mask: N/A
    Country Of Origin: India
    Attempts already made: rockyou.txt

    ESSID: Not connected
    BSSID: F8-C4-F3-3C-03-E0
    Known Default Mask: N/A
    Country Of Origin: India
    Attempts already made: rockyou.txt

    ESSID: Sunil-4G
    BSSID: A8-DA-0C-40-49-A3
    Known Default Mask: N/A
    Country Of Origin: India
    Attempts already made: rockyou.txt
     
  13. ergerrerg

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    Hi everyone.
    I have a TP-Link cap that i cannot seem to crack. I have first tried the default keyspace for this router 8 numbers and then 8 HEX digits but no success. So I believe it is not the default password.
    I run the rockyou wordlist and WPA-PSK WORDLIST 3 Final (13 GB) but no success either.

    Can you try, please.
    Thanks.
     

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  14. petrovivo1234

    petrovivo1234 Well-Known Member
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    Check again..lol
     
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  15. ergerrerg

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    I don't know how it didn't work the first time. Thank you, it was so simple.
    --- Double Post Merged, 7 Apr 2021, Original Post Date: 6 Apr 2021 ---
    I have been looking at the posts and I am quite curious. I don't understand how it is possible to crack such complex passwords. It's not brute-force, right? This would take a long time but it also doesn't seem like a wordlist because they don't seem very common.
    How can you do it?
     
  16. petrovivo1234

    petrovivo1234 Well-Known Member
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    No..it's not bruteforce....there is a list with all candidates ( if by default)...
    fc4ae9b3f7e1:bc1485a32216:VODAFONE_F7DC:66390d69
    This one - 8?h..lol
     
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  17. ergerrerg

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    That one was not very difficult, but the others seemed impossible to me.
    Do you have a link to that list with the default candidates?
     
  18. petrovivo1234

    petrovivo1234 Well-Known Member
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    eca940199490:8c49623ad6ed:ATTuYzUXYs:%ac?f7u?mj+h
    The list ( ATTxxxxxxx) is .... 54 GB....lol
     
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  19. ergerrerg

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    That is a lot! Did you created it or is hosted somewhere?
     
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