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Wireless Networks Cracking Wireless Networks Cracking is the process of taking advantage of security weaknesses in wireless networks and gaining unauthorized access.
WEP cracking refers to the exploitation of networks using WEP to control security. Basically, there are two types of cracks: passive cracking– this type of cracking has no effect on network traffic until the WEP security has been cracked. It's hard to detect.
Active cracking– this type of attack affects the network traffic more. Compared to passive cracking it is easy to detect. It's more efficient than passive cracking.
WebDecrypt– Active dictionary attacks are used in this tool to crack WEP keys. It has its own key generator and filters for packages. http:/wepdecrypt.sourceforge.net/
WPA uses an authentication code with 256 pre- shared key or passphrase. Short passphrases are vulnerable to dictionary attacks and other password cracking attacks. You can use the following tools to crack WPA keys.
General Attack Sniffing– Packets are intercepted as they are transmitted over a network. Data collected can then be decoded using tools like Cain and Abel.
Attack Man in the Middle( MITM)– this involves plugging into a network and collecting sensitive information.
Service attack denial– the main purpose of this attack is to deny legitimate network resources to users. You can use FataJack to perform this type of attack.
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