WPA / WPA2 Auditing Service

Discussion in 'Community Services' started by Mr. Penguin, 11 Apr 2013.

  1. LimeVanilla

    LimeVanilla Active Member

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    Thank you. As I mention above, gpuhash got the password. May I know your computer specs? Looking forward to buy new pc this year.
     
  2. my house

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    ASUSTEK COMPUTER INC PRIME A320M-K
     
  3. Skull_Crusher

    Skull_Crusher New Member

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    Updated. new handshake file uploaded in a much smaller size than the original one.
     

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  4. santaclos2008

    santaclos2008 Well-Known Member

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    Essid: Khaled
    Bssid: 40:9B:CD:32:A1:98
    Country: U.A.E

    Dictionaries Tried: rockyou, 8 numeric, Mobile number format 05xxxxxxxx.

    Usually we have 9 digit and 10 digit numeric passwords here....

    I hope someone can give it a try on 9 and 10 numeric
     

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  5. Jingjing Khan

    Jingjing Khan Active Member

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    Essid: ganshome@unifi
    Bssid: D4:6E:0E:80:D5:3B
    Country: Malaysia
    ISP: UNIFI

    Essid: AE471B
    Bssid: 00-1F-FB-AE-47-18
    Country: Malaysia
    ISP: UNIFI

    The ESSID: ganshome@unifi was successful on GPUHASH Basic Dictionary. Can you please find me the pass thank you.

    Can anyone please help me with the handshakes. The password should be around 8 digit or 10 digit numerical combination. Else should be some random password like in rockyou dictionary.

    My PC very slow, searching speed at 300 - 400 keys/per sec. Tried running basic beini short dictionary but no luck.

    Thanks with hope.
     

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  6. PhoenixCoder

    PhoenixCoder Well-Known Member
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    c819b966745f25c993ce020b5edd2f83:d46e0e80d53b:80a589785dd5:ganshome@unifi:29022402

    Working on the other
     
  7. Wadixman

    Wadixman Active Member

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    are we still alive here :D
     
  8. nanobius

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    Hello. can u help me with this. Thanks for the help!

    SSID: TELE-CASA
    Vendor: Telecentro
    MAC Address: 60-02-92-52-87-DD
    Router: PEGATRON CORPORATION
    Country: Argentina (Spanish Language)
    Default Key Format: tele-xxxxxxx (numerical 7 digits)
    Another probably Default Key Format (newest) : xxxxxxxx (numerical 8 digits ) from 20000000 to 45000000
    Phone number format/s: 11xxxx-xxxx or 5411xxxx-xxxx

    SSID: Telecentro-1308
    Vendor: Telecentro
    MAC Address: 24-7F-20-0E-13-0E
    Router:
    Country: Argentina (Spanish Language)
    Default Key Format: tele-xxxxxxx (numerical 7 digits)
    Another probably Default Key Format (newest) : xxxxxxxx (numerical 8 digits ) from 20000000 to 45000000
    Phone number format/s: 11xxxx-xxxx or 5411xxxx-xxxx

    Thx!
     

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  9. LimeVanilla

    LimeVanilla Active Member

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    ESSID: daif@unifi
    BSSID: C8:D3:A3:E1:47:E0
    Router : L7 Router
    Country:Malaysia

    Sorry, anyone here willing to help me to find the password for daif@unifi? I already got the password for amran but not this one. Suddenly, my Seagate HDD contained with wordlist broken. Look like this pc need a new component. Sigh..

    This handshake already try with 8 digit only and didn't have a chance with 9, 10 and other wordlist too. Gpuhash got the password with their wordlist.

    Sorry admin for double post.
     

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  10. alltsbb

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    daif@unifi: 12ABCD34
     
    • How? How? x 1
  11. ciccio2

    ciccio2 Well-Known Member

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    Could you help me with this please?

    ESSID : Vodafone-A54463731

    BSSID : E4-8F-34-25-06-95
     

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  12. my house

    my house Well-Known Member

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    Could you help me with this please?

    Thanks :)
     

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  13. Skull_Crusher

    Skull_Crusher New Member

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    @alltsbb can u kindly run the same wordlist u just ran on LimeVanila's handshake on the handshake i uploaded.
     
  14. longshanks

    longshanks Well-Known Member
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    thats a bad handshake :)
    --- Double Post Merged, 6 Mar 2018, Original Post Date: 6 Mar 2018 ---
    Thanks PhoenixCoder i learnt something new today from you, i didn't know that a bad spread could be cracked.
    Thanks alot mate. :) you rock! :)
     
  15. LimeVanilla

    LimeVanilla Active Member

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    I can't connect this network. Maybe they change the password or this password is a pin for WPS.
    So here is the new handshake I capture yesterday.

    ESSID: vithia1@unifi
    BSSID: C8:D3:A3:E1:1D:20
    Router : L7 Router
    Country:Malaysia

    If it the same password, I will try to make connection by using WPS pin.
     

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  16. my house

    my house Well-Known Member

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    How do you know it is a bad handshake?

    I tried online wpa cracking service they didn't said it is a bad handshake
     
  17. semutapi

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    Hello guys, can anyone help me with this?

    ESSID: GreenMAxiMuS
    BSSID: B0-6E-BF-78-7B-20
    Country:Malaysia (UNIFI)

    ESSID: khaw family@unifi
    BSSID: 7C-8B-CA-94-87-CB
    Country:Malaysia (UNIFI)

    Thank You
     

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  18. Vincent Soon

    Vincent Soon Active Member

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    Hi, can someone help me with the following?

    1. aqiyfannaqie2014 (cracked with Gpuhash with basic search)
    BSSID: 98:70:e8:1b:b9:0d

    2. hpazaac (cracked with Gpuhash with basic search)
    BSSID: fc:b0:c4:9b:93:20

    3. ASUS
    BSSID: d0:17:c2:63:60:04

    4. Pejabat@B
    BSSID: 20:10:7a:a3:99:b0

    5. Bilik Guru@C
    BSSID : ac:81:12:57:39:58

    6. CKCK (failed Gpuhash with basic search)
    BSSID: b4:75:0e:ba:a4:41

    7. KB (failed Gpuhash with basic search)
    BSSID: c8:be:19:25:88:d5

    Country : Malaysia
     

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  19. my house

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  20. longshanks

    longshanks Well-Known Member
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    these are the results from it being analyzed by pyrit:

    root@owner:~# pyrit -r '/root/Desktop/lhttss-01 (1).cap' analyze
    Pyrit 0.5.1 (C) 2008-2011 Lukas Lueg - 2015 John Mora
    https://github.com/JPaulMora/Pyrit
    This code is distributed under the GNU General Public License v3+

    Parsing file '/root/Desktop/lhttss-01 (1).cap' (1/1)...
    Traceback (most recent call last):
    File "/usr/bin/pyrit", line 6, in <module>
    pyrit_cli.Pyrit_CLI().initFromArgv()
    File "/usr/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/pyrit_cli.py", line 118, in initFromArgv
    func(self, **options)
    File "/usr/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/pyrit_cli.py", line 167, in new_f
    f(*args, **kwds)
    File "/usr/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/pyrit_cli.py", line 467, in analyze
    parser = self._getParser(capturefile)
    File "/usr/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/pyrit_cli.py", line 183, in _getParser
    parser.parse_pcapdevice(dev)
    File "/usr/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/cpyrit/pckttools.py", line 699, in parse_pcapdevice
    for pckt in reader:
    File "/usr/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/cpyrit/pckttools.py", line 600, in next
    pckt = self.read()
    File "/usr/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/cpyrit/pckttools.py", line 588, in read
    r = _cpyrit_cpu.PcapDevice.read(self)
    IOError: libpcap-error while reading: truncated dump file; tried to read 296 captured bytes, only got 128
    --- Double Post Merged, 7 Mar 2018, Original Post Date: 7 Mar 2018 ---
    f60c1c944fab885c3128c02a5cec1a87:1e232cbb7b07:f83f5184dd0f:AndroidAP: 88888888
    ce48b272358a56af12f35bcff57ba7ef:fcb0c49b9320:04d13a68c7c8:hpazaac: 51574251
    --- Double Post Merged, 7 Mar 2018 ---
    vithia1@unifi: 25672363
     
    #1900 longshanks, 7 Mar 2018
    Last edited: 7 Mar 2018
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