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And how exactly do you plan to pentest your junk?
Just choose a passphrase that won't be in a list using WPA2.

Otherwise just wasting your time unless you're simply profiling the wireless activity in your area.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Tralala;13181682 
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No problem.. When you feel like putting in some kind of effort let us know..
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I'm with kz26 and scottsee on this...
If you don't wanna put in the little effort then you shouldn't be doing this.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by kz26;13181799 
Internal PCI/PCIe devices can't be shared to the VM.

Yes they can.

From Vitrualbox user manual:
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Bridged networking

This is for more advanced networking needs such as network simulations and running servers in a guest. When enabled, VirtualBox connects to one of your installed network cards and exchanges network packets directly, circumventing your host operating system's network stack.

I think that your best bet is to use a linux live distro, but that's just me. I wouldn't be too worried about your wireless security. WPA2 works out fine.
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Is your wireless WEP or WPA?

As far as I know, unless you buy an expensive airpcap usb wifi adapter for around £200 then you prob wont get far in windows, as it doesn't allow for packet injection or putting the card into promiscuous mode (although packet injection is more of an adapter specific thing anyway).

For this to work, you need to be prepared to type a couple of basic commands into a command line interface and buy a specific type of wifi card (unless your lucky enough to have one of the few common ones which allows for injection or your target network has heavy traffic).

WEP

I've got the ALFA AWUS036H usb adapter which i highly recommend (but only the 1W version, i've heard bad things about the 2W one).

Then you'll need to burn the slitaz aircrack suit to a CD (its only 50mb) and boot into it.

login with username: root and password: root

Now all you need to know is that there are 4 simple functions to use: Configure (Airmon-ng), Listen (airodump-ng), Talk (aireplay-ng) and Crack (Aircrack-ng).

Here is the short sequence of events to crack wep (its easiest to open a new tab for each one by pressing Alt+F2 (each F button is a separate tab, you can press Alt+F1 to get back to the first tab, all you need to do is log in again for each new tab) :

Configure
Iwconfig [see what your wifi adapter is called - mine is wlan1]
Airmon-ng start wlan1 (channel) [there are 13 channels, leave it blank to scan through all, although use the kill command (Ctrl + C) in this tab before trying to lock onto a target channel in the capture step]
Airodump-ng wlan1 [pick target]

Authenticate
Aireplay-ng -1 0 -a (target mac) -h (your mac) wlan1

Inject
Aireplay-ng -3 -b (target mac) -h (your mac) wlan1

Capture
Airodump-ng -c (target channel) --bssid (target mac) -w dump wlan1

Crack
Aircrack-ng -b (target mac) dump*.cap

Red text is the exact thing you type in (apart from stuff in brackets - non of the commands have any brackets in them)
Each time it says 'wlan1' use whatever your wireless card is called (mine is called wlan1)
To stop a function from running, use the kill command which is Ctrl + C (I think)
While capturing, you want between 40,000 and 80,000 IV's (DATA) to crack the key (usually takes about 5 seconds).
If the target network is very active, you dont even need to have injection capable hardware, but it does speed up getting 40,000 data packets on quiet networks (goes at 500 IV's a second).

I can try explain doing WPA too if you want, that doesn't require special hardware, just linux. Then the real fun in windows with 'Elcomsoft wireless security auditer 2.0+' which is a kickass program which uses your graphics cards to speed up the dictionary attack in a massive way (with my two 5850's, it checks 80'000-100'000 keys a second!!! compared to the 6,000 of my i7 2600K) and has loads of mutation options, so you can use a crappy dictionary and still get the password wink.gif
Edited by DTK - 4/19/11 at 5:14am
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To stop a function from running, use the kill command which is alt+x (I think)

I could be mistaken but isn't it Ctrl + X ?
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While capturing, you want between 40,000 and 80,000 IV's (DATA) to crack the key (usually takes about 5 seconds).

Don't you normally want like 150,000? (that's what I was instructed?)
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I really can't remember, after much googling, Ctrl + C seems to be the best bet, dunno where i got alt-x from xD
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Don't you normally want like 150,000? (that's what I was instructed?)

I've never had it fail in the 40-80K range, but I have around 20K.
Edited by DTK - 4/19/11 at 5:16am
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Quote:
Originally Posted by DTK;13186148 
Is your wireless WEP or WPA?

As far as I know, unless you buy an expensive airpcap usb wifi adapter for around £200 then you prob wont get far in windows, as it doesn't allow for packet injection or putting the card into promiscuous mode (although packet injection is more of an adapter specific thing anyway).

For this to work, you need to be prepared to type a couple of basic commands into a command line interface and buy a specific type of wifi card (unless your lucky enough to have one of the few common ones which allows for injection or your target network has heavy traffic).

WEP

I've got the ALFA AWUS036H usb adapter which i highly recommend (but only the 1W version, i've heard bad things about the 2W one).

Then you'll need to burn the slitaz aircrack suit to a CD (its only 50mb) and boot into it.

login with username: root and password: root

Now all you need to know is that there are 4 simple functions to use: Configure (Airmon-ng), Listen (airodump-ng), Talk (aireplay-ng) and Crack (Aircrack-ng).

Here is the short sequence of events to crack wep (its easiest to open a new tab for each one by pressing Alt+F2 (each F button is a separate tab, you can press Alt+F1 to get back to the first tab, all you need to do is log in again for each new tab) :

Configure
Iwconfig [see what your wifi adapter is called - mine is wlan1]
Airmon-ng start wlan1 (channel) [there are 13 channels, leave it blank to scan through all, although use the kill command (Ctrl + C) in this tab before trying to lock onto a target channel in the capture step]
Airodump-ng wlan1 [pick target]

Authenticate
Aireplay-ng -1 0 -a (target mac) -h (your mac) wlan1

Inject
Aireplay-ng -3 -b (target mac) -h (your mac) wlan1

Capture
Airodump-ng -c (target channel) --bssid (target mac) -w dump wlan1

Crack
Aircrack-ng -b (target mac) dump*.cap

Red text is the exact thing you type in (apart from stuff in brackets - non of the commands have any brackets in them)
Each time it says 'wlan1' use whatever your wireless card is called (mine is called wlan1)
To stop a function from running, use the kill command which is Ctrl + C (I think)
While capturing, you want between 40,000 and 80,000 IV's (DATA) to crack the key (usually takes about 5 seconds).
If the target network is very active, you dont even need to have injection capable hardware, but it does speed up getting 40,000 data packets on quiet networks (goes at 500 IV's a second).

I can try explain doing WPA too if you want, that doesn't require special hardware, just linux. Then the real fun in windows with 'Elcomsoft wireless security auditer 2.0+' which is a kickass program which uses your graphics cards to speed up the dictionary attack in a massive way (with my two 5850's, it checks 80'000-100'000 keys a second!!! compared to the 6,000 of my i7 2600K) and has loads of mutation options, so you can use a crappy dictionary and still get the password wink.gif

much rep to you,
I'll try this later when I'm not working
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Quote:
Originally Posted by d-block;13185876 
Yes they can.

From Vitrualbox user manual:



I think that your best bet is to use a linux live distro, but that's just me. I wouldn't be too worried about your wireless security. WPA2 works out fine.

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