Nice tutorial! Does green mean it's ready to crack? Hi, Nice blog, at least smtg clear to understand how to use kismac, great thx. Anyway I got a pbm to get a wpa key.

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Nice tutorial! Does green mean it's ready to crack? Hi, Nice blog, at least smtg clear to understand how to use kismac, great thx. Anyway I got a pbm to get a wpa key. I got the data packets ok, I get the green light with the deauthentification, but when I ask to find the wpa I get this: "the wpa key could not be recovered because of the following reason: the key was none of the tested passwords..

Re: "the wpa key could not be recovered because of the following reason: the key was none of the tested passwords.. Take a look at the "nota bene on dic file" Using real Bruteforce a,aa,aaa,aaaa, Read the "I am bored" part for an idea of how long it may take I am impressed!

Do you want GB? Please, let me know how it works for you, specially with your WEP. Very very nice blog! Thanks a lot! Hey, Thanks for the comment. All answers to your questions are posted in the second part of the post, look in Resources and Troubleshooting.

Don't use kismac to crack your handshake. If it writes it to PCAP format as it should, you should be able to get about keys per second out of it I can do so on a 2. The Deauthenticate attack speeds up the process of D-auth.

If you have another solution with KMac please let me know in details,I'll be really grateful WEP: between and key per second. Hi I have some problems to find Kiss Mac Dictionary files. A lot of things can go wrong and you will save a great deal of time. So Kismac recognizes it but will not connect to it in Preferences. Should I uninstall USB wireless utility, removing all traces in the preference panes and start over?

If not, look into the console log. Also, KisMAC should return an error, please indicate what type for a better debugging. This blog will be from now on my favorites Thanks in advance and keep the good work J. Hi J, Thanks for the cheer up. Thanks for your repy, Ive got a MBP 2. I just have one question: where do I enter in the wep key to gain access to the network? I'm a silly newb so after I got the key I simply clicked on the wifi icon on my toolbar and entered in the 14 character wep key which failed to connect to the network.

Obviously I was totally wrong in doing that so where am I supposed to enter that key? Wifi icon on toolbar: The Airport icon? This blog rocks! I actually was able to find a Linksys router at one of my employee's desks by tracking the MAC address in our network monitor. Killer tutorials. I have one question though. There is a network that I can't seem to crack. It's using WEP but the channel keeps changing. Does kisMAC support this or is there a workaround? Thank you for all the time you've put into this!

To Anonymous "There is a network that I can't seem to crack. It's possible that, if using re-injection the router detects it and change channel. Try both passive and re-injection and see if you detect a change. I've tried both passive and re-injection mode. I can actually see it change channels in the "show networks" window.

The device is listed as a Netopia and I see from the details that the main channel is 6, but it bounces around to 4, 6, and 8.

Oh well I guess you can't break them all It's strange that is bounces on passive. Do you know if it is a very dense network grid? I'll look if I can find something. I am trying to crack my own network WPA.

I put my own password in the file so it has to be found. Help please? Hi there, first of all, great guide! I've got Kismac. I can of course just scan longer and wait passively for several hundred thousand Iv's, but I'm just wondering: Are there "good" Iv's and "bad" ones, or why are there no responses?

Morten, collecting packets is like collecting rain water, the more it rains, the more you collect If the traffic is slow, you can wait a long time for a good packet to re-inject.

So, when RE-injecting, you have first a "Waiting For Interesting Packets" look a the video, To Speed up the process, just go on youtube, and rewatch the video. Awaiting for a Grammy During that time the traffic will likely increase and you'll get a bunch of "good packets" to re-inject. Checked , and it is still going Why can't it find the WEP key?

I had already tried it with , and with , as recommended but the key is always the same and does not work! You recommed me waiting 1,, or 2,, IVs or start again? May have caught handsnake corrupt? Please Help me! If you want I can post pictures Anonymous, Look at the previous post for Raffi, same issue.

I wanted to know why when I try a weak scheduling attack at two different times about the same number of IVs the first time out immediately the ASCII key while at the second attempt began to test all the keys, etc. I suppose the answer rest in your question: " about the same number of IVs " Hence, not the same IV's Use the same PCAP file dump file and you should have the same results all the time. Hi there It's my first time trying to crack a WEP encrypted network. Just moved into a new apartment and there are 20 or so nearby networks taunting me, all encrypted most WEP, I won't bother with the ones that have WPA encryptions.

I'm collecting data packets from the three networks with the best signals. With one of the networks I have collected nearly 2. Any idea why this is? Anyway, tried cracking the network with K unique IVs last night, left it running for a few hours to no avail. Any idea where I could be going astray? Should I wait for more unique IVs and try again? Thanks, Christina. Christina, I do not condone, help, or promote illegal activities.

I suppose you would not appreciate your neighbors doing to same to you. If I were to crack your network and penetrate your computer, you'll probably be furious against me. Oops, I'm sorry- too much information, I should have known.

But thanks for the tip. When I hit the scan button, I am asked for my password, which I enter, but after that, nothing happens ie - no scanning. Thoughts on this? New MBP 6. First Install? Let me know Yep, doesn't work. I hit Start Scan, and it responds ie- the button IS pressed, but then nothing.

No scanning, no info gathered,nothing. I'm not a newbie, so I'd like to think I can troubleshoot, but not on this problem. I feel it must be obvious, I'm just missing it. BTW, 0. Check the Console. Shoot me an email


guide to use kismac for advanced wifi functions

Free and open-source program helps you collect essential information about surrounding WiFi networks. The latest version 0. Detect and analyze the surrounding wireless networks, even those that are hidden or closed. The software helps you identify any possible security breaches of your network and decide what needs improvement.


KisMAC Manual

Before you can begin using KisMAC you must open the Preferences pane and select the appropriate driver for use with your wireless card. KisMAC must use one of these drivers to scan for networks. For more information about driver capabilities, see the expanded driver section later in this manual. There are six different drivers to choose from: 1. The first is the Apple Airport or Airport Extreme card, which operates in active mode.


KisMAC – a WiFi scanner for your Mac

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