Let’s use Reaver to crack WPA/WPA2 passwords! Through all this journey of cracking passwords (with permission), I learned you need two things: Time and Luck. There is no easy way to get a networks password, unless you actually go and ask for it nicely… but that’s not an option sometimes.
(Note: Consider this post educational, or a proof-of-concept intellectual exercise. The more you know, the better you can protect yourself. Breaking through someone’s Wireless Network is ilegall, use it at your own risk)
There are 2 methods to hack WPA/WPA2:
- With Dictionaries: Usually takes plenty of time and if the password is not on the dictionary, you won’t find it.
- With Reaver: Uses a vulnerability called Wi-Fi Protected Setup, or WPS. It exists on many routers and can take between 5 and 10 hours to crack.
When we tried using dictionaries and had no luck, we can move on to…
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