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Clone2011, 17:04:31 24.01.2013 Rating: 0 #1

Help needed  

Hi guys!
I'm a newbie and need an advice in cracking wifi password. I've dumped my neighor's hashes using wireshark. Now I need to decrypt the hashes using my own dictionary. Can your program decode wifi hashes with my own wordlist? If yes, guide me how pls. Thanks.
 
IvanO, 17:26:08 24.01.2013 Rating: 0 #2

RE: Help Needed  

 Hi.
Sure, you can set any wordlist when decoding WPA hashes using the dictionary recovery :) Here's the short guide:
- First, load the dump file with handshakes into the program.
- Then you'll have to set your recovery environment (hardware). Open general settings and select CPU or GPU tab. It is highly recommended using GPU to check passwords. The recovery runs up to 20 times faster on GPUs.
- Now open 'Recovery' menu, select 'Dictionary attack' and click 'Attack settings' link below.
- Select first tab and set your own wordlist(s) here
- If you have a good GPU on board, there's a sence to set up password mutations. Just select the 'Mutation' tab and set one of the available password mutation type here.
- Save your project and run recovery (Recovery - Run)
- Be prepared that the process may take quite some time depending on the size of your wordlists, mutation type and hardware used
- For searching common passwords, it is recommended to run Preliminary attack first.

Something like that.
 
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