Wi-Fi hack and WPA key hack
Monday, 22 December 2008 07:08 Eastmobiles
WPA Key encrypted Wi-Fi network is not as safe as you think anymore, with ariodump (airodump) and winaircrack and a bit of luck you could hack WPA key encrypted network and acquire the WPA key.
How to hack a WPA key encrypted WiFi network
First, please check if your WNIC driver is supported by ariodump otherwise you have to download relevant driver or use another WNIC for your laptop.
Second, download winaircrackpack.zip and run ariodump, choose the number of your WNIC adapter for the network interface index number. Then select your network interface type and it only support two types. You also have to select the channel from 0 to 14, if you choose 0, it will monitor all channels. Then enter the file name and choose no for only write WEP IVs. Now hit enter and it starts to capture data.
Then, you need some luck; pray that some clients are logging on to WLAN while you capture data, because you need the data including the whole logging process-request/challenge/acceptance. So this process may take a long time to finish, but if you are lucky enough it may only take a few minutes.
Thirdly, run winaircrack and click general, choose WPA-TSK for the encryption type%2
intel r pro wireless 2200bg network connection LINUX下可用：
Centrino b/g ipw2200 See IPW2200 and RF-Mon. See more recent update info here See this thread for how to do injection.
11a/b/g wireless lan mini pci express adapter：
Thinkpad 11a/b/g Mini-PCI
Express Atheros U.fl Unconfirmed
but likely Yes See Note 4
OmniPeek natively supports WLAN adapters that utilize the Centrino 3945 chipset for a/b/g wireless analysis. A custom driver is not needed for these adapters as the application will automatically recognize the adapter. At the present time, the 3945 chipset is only supported on the Windows XP platform. Other Intel chipsets such as the 4965 and 5100 cannot be supported by OmniPeek until Intel adds ISV promiscuous mode to their feature set. It is incumbent upon Intel to make these changes, as OmniPeek already has the ability to recognize and work with chipsets that have this capability.
Drivers for Wireless Network Adapters - WildPackets Network Monitoring and Analysis (31 July 2009) http://www.wildpackets.com/support/downloads/drivers