Wireless Hacking and Exploitation (MIM attacks)

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Wireless Hacking and Exploitation (MIM attacks)

Postby peterpt » Sun Jun 15, 2014 9:41 am

This tool is a collection of all others (aircrack , reaver , arpspoof , hamster , etc...)
what it does is that it can get the wifi password from an access point using wps protection or cpaturing the handshake between client and AP , and shows you the password .
After you connect to the AP you can do whatever you want , you can intercept http traffic from a specific ip , sniff the ssl connections , stop its internet , and many more .
I am using it on kali linux , and the tool works perfectly well .
Remember that you need a good signal to do MIM attacks , do not expect with 1 or 2 bars of wifi power to do miracles , at least 65% wifi signal strengh is needed for the tool works fine .

Give a look , and support the tool .

Wi-Feye 1.0
Official Website : http://wi-feye.za1d.com/
Download link : http://packetstormsecurity.com/files/download/122960/Wi-fEye-v1.0-beta.tar.gz

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Re: Wireless Hacking and Exploitation (MIM attacks)

Postby peterpt » Sun Jun 15, 2014 9:44 am

ho yes , i forgot to say :
for those with less experience , this is a tool writen in python , so to run it you must write on terminal :
python Wi-fEye.py
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Re: Wireless Hacking and Exploitation (MIM attacks)

Postby Sethioz » Mon Jun 16, 2014 2:23 am

hmm this looks interesting, i haven't been messing with Wireless hacking for a while tho.
Have you heard of that new method of cracking WPA ? its been out there for ages, but its not fully implanted into aircrack yet, just wondering if there's a fully working concept. That's what i'd be really interested in.
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