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Evil Twin Attack with DNSMASQ – Wireless WPA2-PSK Cracking

Ever heard of an evil twin AP? An evil twin AP is like a rogue access point. The attacker creates a fake wireless AP to lure users into thinking it’s a trusted wireless network. They amplify their signal in a way where the client will automatically connect to them because the beacons are faster and […]

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Connect Wi-Fi Network From Terminal – Kali Linux

Today, Wireless Network has become more and more present in open area or large companies and security enhancement is needed to control authentication and confidentiality. The 802.11 Working Group introduced the 802.11i amendment as the final stage of the Robust Security Network standard, superseded the old WEP technology. Today we’ll show you a detailed step by step […]

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Get Free Public Wi-Fi – Bypass Mac Filtering

Most of the time, you’re probably okay if you accidentally hit “Connect” on Free Public WiFi, as you’re just trying to connect to a machine that’s unwittingly rebroadcasting its own inability to connect. But most of the public WiFis are not working due to Mac Filtering, which means the MAC Address of your machine should […]

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Crack WPA2-PSK with Aircrack – Dictionary Attack Method

WPA/WPA2 vastly improves the security of wireless networks; however, the extra protection comes at the price of added complexity to the protocol. Although WPA was developed with security in mind, it does have its own flaws that we can take advantage of. At a high level, WPA attacks can be broken down into two categories: attacks against authentication and […]