Wireless Hacking 101 by Karina Astudillo

Wireless Hacking 101 by Karina Astudillo

Author:Karina Astudillo [Astudillo, Karina]
Language: eng
Format: azw3
Publisher: Babelcube Inc.
Published: 2017-10-01T04:00:00+00:00

To sum up, if we plan to execute an extensive key attack on one or more WPA/WPA2 wireless networks whose respective handshakes we have captured, a database should be generated which contains pre-computed keys based on the SSIDs we want to audit, thereby accelerating the cracking process.

There are on the market various software tools designed for this purpose, and in the workshops below we will use pyrit and cowpatty, both of which come with Kali Linux.

Illustration 81 - How a rainbow table works. Source: Table 12, reproduced from Chapter 5, Section on "Key attacks -> Special key attacks: Rainbow Tables", Astudillo B, Karina. (2016). Ethical Hacking 101 (2nd ed.). [CreateSpace].


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