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How to crack| hack | wifi using | aircracking | in kali linux | 2020 new trick | kali linux

Today’s tutorial will be looking into how you can crack the password of the 4 way handshake of someone that is re-authenticating themselves to a wireless router. The goal is to gain access to the router.

As always guys, these posts are for Penetration Testing purposes and not to be used on real networks without permission.

So let’s get started, first we need to fire up our Kali Linux machine and get our WiFi card into monitor mode so we can monitor local connections to local routers. Then we will need to de-authenticate a user from the WiFi connection, this will give us time to capture the re-authentication (the 4 way handshake). Once we do that we will try to crack the password to that WiFi router to gain access.

Once you are logged into Kali Linux, open a command shell. Type

iwconfig

This will tell you the interfaces that are connected to the internet over a wireless connection.
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How to crack| hack | wifi using | aircracking | in kali linux | 2020 new trick | kali linux
How to install:
1. Download, extract and run .exe file,
2. Press Install button
3. Choose destination folder
4. Press Finish

How to Use:
Open destination folder and locate file notes.txt, open it and read step by step.
Enjoy!

Don’t forget to read instructions after installation.
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