How to Hack Password Wi-Fi Easily WPA / WPA2

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   - Looking for hacking a Wi-Fi password or hacked software?

     A security researcher has revealed a new Wi-Fi technology that allows hackers to more easily penetrate the Wi-Fi passwords of modern routers.

     It was discovered by the main developer of the common password hacker, Hashcat, and Jens "Atom '" Steube. It works explicitly against WPA / WPA2 wireless network protocols all by enabling the PMKID roaming features.

     An attack on WPA / WPA2 Wi-Fi networks was mistakenly detected by Steube during his analysis of the recently launched WPA3 security standard.

     The way new Wi-Fi networks enter the attacker can allow the recovery of PSK passwords, allowing them to enter the wi-fi and access Internet connections.

   How to Hack WiFi Password Using PMKID :

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Hack WiFi Password Using PMKID

     According to the researcher, the hitherto known Wi-Fi hijacking methods force attackers to wait for someone to connect to the network and retrieve Eapol's full 4-channel authentication, a network authentication protocol port .

     As the new attack no longer requires another user to be on the target network to capture the credentials. Instead, it is implemented on Robust Security Network Element Information (RMS) using an EAPOL (LAN Extended Authentication Protocol) framework after being dialed from the 'access.

  How to hack WPA2 Wi-Fi protocol using KRACK Attack :

Robust Security Network is a protocol for establishing secure connections over the 802.11 wireless network. The PMKID, a key to establishing a connection between the client and the access point, is one of its capabilities.
Step 1 - An attacker can use a tool, such as hcxdumptool (v4.2.0 or higher), to request the PMKID at the target access point and dump the received frame to a file.

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|     $ ./Hcxdumptool -ô test Pcapng -i WAP39s0f3au4au5-nabisse status    |
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   Step 2 - Using the hcxpcaptool tool, the output (in pcapng format) of the frame can be converted to a hash format acceptable by Hashcat.

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|     $ ./Hcxpcaptool -z tests.16800 Pcapng tests                                           |
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   Step 3 - Use the Hashcat Password Cracker tool (version 4.2.0 or higher) to obtain a password WPA PSK (pre-shared key) and Bingo!

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|      $ ./Hashcat -m 16800 tests.16800 -to 3 -w 3 "? L? Lt!                         |
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     This is the target wireless network password, which may take some time depending on the length and complexity of the wireless network.

     "At present, we do not know which providers and how many routers this technique will work, but we expect it to work against all 802.11i / p / q / r networks with the roaming feature enabled. (most modern routers), "said Steube.

     Since the new Wi-Fi network only works on networks that have roaming enabled and requires attackers to force the password, users are advised to protect their Wi-Fi network with a password. secure, difficult to penetrate.

     This Wi-Fi hack also does not work against the new generation of WPA3 wireless protection protocols because the new protocol is "much more difficult to attack because of the establishment protocol of a modern key called" Authentication of simultaneous equalization (SAE) "."
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