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Category Archives: Linux
Previously, I gave you a quick run-down on cracking a WPA secured network, today I will be showing you how easy it is to crack a WEP secured network. Today’s lab is a Cisco E2100L, 64bit Open, and running dd-wrt. … Continue reading
In some scenarios, you may want to change/spoof (or clone) your MAC address; this task is easily accomplished within Backtrack: Open Terminal and run the following commands. Replace wlan0 with your specific interface (run ifconfig). ifconfig wlan0 down macchanger –mac 00:11:22:33:44:55 … Continue reading
I wanted to add a bit of personalization to my Stora, being a Linux rookie I took the challenge and found the process to be relatively easy. I’ve made this tutorial newbie friendly, but if you need help with Linux … Continue reading
Today I am going to capture the four-way-handshake and crack the WPA key (okay, I left a lot out but you get the picture). The lab consists of a Cisco E2100L sporting dd-wrt and WPA2-Personal with AES encryption. My attack client … Continue reading
Download the latest BackTrack at backtrack-linux.org/downloads and check the file integrity once downloaded. An 8GB flash drive is the minimum required.