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Wifi cracking for bandwidth thieving scum. Ignore Report Reply
ClaraWorthingwill.csv - Thu, 01 Nov 2018 14:36:30 EST ID:WBx0WLOI No.122084
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Are there any run and done, idiot proof wifi cracking programs for windows?
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IsabellaGreengold.msg - Wed, 07 Nov 2018 06:56:48 EST ID:uoh4+5nM No.122097 Ignore Report Reply
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How easy it is to hack:
MacOS High Serria 10.13.6

I downloaded a random
'Chat application' this chatroullet
dude told me about.
felt like a keygen when i opened it
all my applications failed
to respond so i cut power then smoked
maybe something happend?
or high asf and paranoid
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EmmaGappershit.mdl - Thu, 08 Nov 2018 14:46:23 EST ID:fuS9zNiL No.122100 Ignore Report Reply
>>122097
I would say do not install app, unless you trust the source. Copy all of your
wanted items and do your repair system. Apps on chat groups are almost guaranteed going to work correctly, well 60% guaranteed.
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CharlotteBardgold.avi - Fri, 09 Nov 2018 13:42:41 EST ID:OdOl2k+j No.122106 Ignore Report Reply
>>122097
I've seen a few of those. Makes me want to clone my system into a VM and start experimenting with snapshots.
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RebeccaCuzzlecocke.pm4 - Sat, 17 Nov 2018 18:43:23 EST ID:XLYlPpmw No.122114 Ignore Report Reply
>>122100
>Apps on chat groups are almost guaranteed going to work correctly, well 60% >guaranteed.

Meaning, 60% to work on a mac, 90% for windows.
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RebeccaCuzzlecocke.pm4 - Sat, 17 Nov 2018 18:45:55 EST ID:XLYlPpmw No.122115 Ignore Report Reply
>>122084
Meaning, somebody is using your wifi bandwidth, and you want to crack your wifi
connection?
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ShitCreshchock.php - Sun, 18 Nov 2018 00:19:25 EST ID:ans59VOD No.122117 Ignore Report Reply
>>122115
Yeah, sure. I totally didn't mean a program that I could use to crack my neighbor's wifi.
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CedricBrigglestone.grp - Tue, 27 Nov 2018 02:11:58 EST ID:sQAZrwLx No.122135 Ignore Report Reply
By run and done idiot proof cracking program you mean a dialog box where you select the ESSID from a dropdown menu and click a button that says "Crack!" then no, there isn't. Don't run ChingChongsWiFiCrackerProSetup.exe, you're not going to pwn anyone but yourself.

aircrack-ng is pretty much the defacto standard for sniffing packets and can also be used for bruteforcing, but now hashcat is the preferred tool for the actual cracking part since it uses the GPU which is faster. Both of these are your typical open source Linux command line tools that require some reading to learn how to use, but there's Windows ports and it's not hard to figure it out if you are able to follow instructions.
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IanSundlefuck.aif - Wed, 28 Nov 2018 14:02:01 EST ID:FTFQzNd6 No.122137 Ignore Report Reply
>>122135
Do you have any firsthand experience with them?
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EdwardClonnerlock.cur - Thu, 29 Nov 2018 05:51:43 EST ID:sQAZrwLx No.122140 Ignore Report Reply
>>122137

I used aircrack-ng back in the day. I haven't really messed around with wifi cracking in a long time, not since the WEP era when it took like 5 minutes to do it. With WPA it's the same process and the same tools, it just takes a lot longer and i'm too lazy to bother with it.
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CorneliusCrennerdock.c - Fri, 30 Nov 2018 10:03:43 EST ID:2fskDXOo No.122143 Ignore Report Reply
>>122140
>it just takes a lot longer
Okay, that's the part I was gonna ask about. I don't want to tie up my PC for more than like, overnight, maybe a full day. Do you happen to know any kind of average length of time it takes?
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HenrySettingdock.jar - Sat, 01 Dec 2018 05:14:33 EST ID:sQAZrwLx No.122144 Ignore Report Reply
>>122143

Depends on the length of the password, how much guesswork you can do, how powerful your cracking rig is, and mostly how dumb the person who owns the router is. If someone is dumb enough to use dictionary words or just numbers then it won't take much time at all.

Unfortunately a lot of new routers have default WPA2 passwords that are random 10 digit mixed-case alpha-numeric strings and most people don't change them. I read some hashcat benchmarks someone posted on the github page and with eight GTX 1080 cards, it would take about 33,000 years to try all possibilities of a 10 digit mixed-case alpha-numeric password.

But if you can do some homework, you might find a weakness. For example if you know the person has Comcast, then it's likely that they have an Xfinity router, and because Comcast is fucking stupid, those routers have default passwords composed of a dictionary word followed by a 4 digit number followed by another dictionary word and hashcat has a "mask attack" feature you can use to crack a password like that very easily.
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ShitCrogglewidge.maq - Sun, 02 Dec 2018 16:09:42 EST ID:qLZpsZwo No.122154 Ignore Report Reply
>>122144
> it would take about 33,000 years to try all possibilities of a 10 digit mixed-case alpha-numeric password.

In the past a computer challenge was to hack a single computer, I believe tens of thousands of computers participated. A deal was was to install a program on their windows OS, to participate. Sounded cool, but essentially they were a bot. In todays speak. However a 386 computer, maybe a floppy 3.1 system of win, which cracked the passphrase on a basic telephone line. So the most powerful comp did not win, but the most simple comp did win.
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ArchieTrotshit.eml - Tue, 04 Dec 2018 14:10:29 EST ID:zCpIsuDf No.122159 Ignore Report Reply
>>122154
A hacking challenge was made, a mack comp did lose, over windows and a linux distribution(s). The distributions did not fail, but a way to make them fail did. It was a program that did. Not complaining, but java, and such exploits did.

As well, SSL encryption can be exploited. Look up SSL exploitation, it is
interesting, I guess.
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NCACEDEADDEL - Sun, 09 Dec 2018 18:29:28 EST ID:kh7VUfsV No.122164 Ignore Report Reply
>>122084

Let me give y'all a quick drop

http://www.routerpasswords.com

Banner grab the router to try nd find the model, wala. Works on routers that havnt had their default password changed lol
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JamesSellynit.lsp - Sun, 09 Dec 2018 20:08:46 EST ID:umQbKBO0 No.122165 Ignore Report Reply
>>122164
That's for the web interface to routers that you can already connect to. Please delete your 420chan account.
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Richard Park-Nguyen - Sun, 24 Feb 2019 18:15:41 EST ID:jVgc5cIb No.122173 Ignore Report Reply
Usually people who are stupid or old have their. ISP router installed in the basement near the TV cable line into the house. Chances are if you have long enough you could figure out if one of their basement windows is unlocked and just go press the WPS button with the end of an unused pencil held by a gloved hand.


Hacking is so 1990. Physical security is the hot button🍆
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EdwardPinningshit.reg - Thu, 28 Feb 2019 08:43:37 EST ID:4ddzIlpy No.122175 Ignore Report Reply
VM with your choice of distro add some Reaver and a sprinkle of Pixie Dust and hope to get lucky. If that fails go for a MITM, fluxion or whatever the kids use today
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PhoebeTillingfield.png - Fri, 01 Mar 2019 18:02:19 EST ID:+98BzGvm No.122176 Ignore Report Reply
>>122084
here is how internet can work, windows may connect to whatever connection that has a good signal. It is up to users to keep stuff correct. Likely nobody was 'intending' to grab your internet. I found for a while I was using somebody's
internet. A few adjustments fixed that.


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