Where do I find my WPA key for my wireless router??? Ok so I'm trying to setup Xbox live for my Xbox I have the WRTN wireless router and just got the wireless adapter that plugs into the It said the adapter couldnt pick up the signal then i realized i needed to enter the WPA key from my wireless router. Im only 15 and my dad is on business and im not really tech- savvy.
I checked the information on the router and it only gives me the serial number and MAC address. Anyone how I can find out what the WPA key is for the router?? Me too. Report Inappropriate Content. Message 1 of 7 64, Views. Indeed, using freely available programs like Aircrack-ng to send deauth frames and capture the handshake isn't difficult.
The nice thing about Silica is that it allowed me to pull off the hack with a single click of my mouse. In less than 90 seconds I had possession of the handshakes for the two networks in a " pcap " that's short for packet capture file. My Mac never showed any sign it had lost connectivity with the access points.
Within seconds both "secretpassword" and "tobeornottobe" were cracked. A special WPA mode built-in to the freely available oclHashcat Plus password cracker retrieved the passcodes with similar ease. Cracking such passcodes I had set up in advance to be guessed was great for demonstration purposes, but it didn't provide much satisfaction.
What I really wanted to know was how much luck I'd have cracking a password that was actually being used to secure one of the networks in the vicinity of my office. So I got the permission of one of my office neighbors to crack his WiFi password.
To his chagrin, it took CloudCracker just 89 minutes to crack the character, all-numerical password he used, although because the passcode wasn't contained in the entry-level, million-word list, I relied on a premium, 1. My fourth hack target presented itself when another one of my neighbors was selling the above-mentioned Netgear router during a recent sidewalk sale.
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When I plugged it in, I discovered that he had left the eight-character WiFi password intact in the firmware. Remarkably, neither CloudCracker nor 12 hours of heavy-duty crunching by Hashcat were able to crack the passphrase. The secret: There was no discernible pattern to this password. It didn't spell any word either forwards or backwards. I asked the neighbor where he came up with the password. He said it was chosen years ago using an automatic generation feature offered by EarthLink, his ISP at the time. The e-mail address is long gone, the neighbor told me, but the password lives on.
By resisting the temptation to use a human-readable word, he evaded a fair amount of cutting-edge resources devoted to discovering his passcode.
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Since the code isn't likely to be included in any password cracking word lists, the only way to crack it would be to attempt every eight-character combination of letters and numbers. Such brute-force attacks are possible, but in the best of worlds they require at least six days to exhaust all the possibilities when using Amazon's EC2 cloud computing service.
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Besides changing the password every six months or so and not using a digit phone number, my neighbors could have taken another important step to improve their WiFi security. WPA allows for passwords with 63 characters in them, making it possible to append four or five randomly selected words—"applesmithtrashcancarradar" for instance—that are easy enough to repeat to guests who want to use your wireless network but are prohibitively hard to crack.
Yes, the gains made by crackers over the past decade mean that passwords are under assault like never before. It's also true that it's trivial for hackers in your vicinity to capture the packets of the wireless access point that routes some of your most closely held secrets. But that doesn't mean you have to be a sitting duck. Step 1: Turn on Wi-Fi At the bottom right, select the time.
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Select Not Connected. If you see your Wi-Fi network name and a signal strength, your Chromebook is already connected to Wi-Fi. Turn on Wi-Fi. Your Chromebook will automatically look for available networks and show them to you in a list. Step 2: Pick a network and connect Connect to an open network Select the Wi-Fi network.