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Re: wifi hacks

Post by fashizzlepop on Mon Jan 21, 2013 1:58 am
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-Ninjex- wrote:
LiamTheMacMaster wrote:Something free doesn't that cost money
<br><br>Try Hashcat, it's a better password decrypter anyways ;)


JTR is free and you can get it on Macs. Just about software for linux will work on a Mac. Also, JTR is a hash cracker, not a "password decrypter." I doubt anything else will be faster than it either, but then again I've never used hashcat.
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Re: wifi hacks

Post by -Ninjex- on Mon Jan 21, 2013 4:25 am
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fashizzlepop wrote:JTR is a hash cracker, not a "password decrypter." I doubt anything else will be faster than it either, but then again I've never used hashcat.


John the Ripper is a fast password cracker

I guess it depends...
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Re: wifi hacks

Post by limdis on Thu Jan 24, 2013 9:19 pm
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fashizzlepop wrote:JTR is a hash cracker, not a "password decrypter." I doubt anything else will be faster than it either, but then again I've never used hashcat.

It depends on what you are working on and how you have things configured. For a simple speed test I did a month or so ago back (before I melted my motherboard) I was getting through about 30 gigs of dictionaries about twice as fast than JTR. However, I think JTR is easier to use. It's "smarter" from my experience. To really get the benefit of using hashcat you really need to review the manual carefully.
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Re: wifi hacks

Post by ShadowJeckel on Sun Jan 27, 2013 4:19 am
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I have a couple questions:
1.) Can you make a batch file, that with set perimeters, input data into a search bar and record the results. I have yet to figure out how to get .bat to work online other than bring up websites.

2.) Like in the basic missions, could you really use the HTML coding to get into a website or is that only with these missions.(since you cant actually edit the code and make it stay online)

3.) Can you access someone Else's computer who's on the same wifi without them knowing?

sorry lost of questions just trying to get them out there before I forget.
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Re: wifi hacks

Post by -Ninjex- on Sun Jan 27, 2013 7:03 am
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ShadowJeckel wrote:I have a couple questions:
1.) Can you make a batch file, that with set perimeters, input data into a search bar and record the results. I have yet to figure out how to get .bat to work online other than bring up websites.

2.) Like in the basic missions, could you really use the HTML coding to get into a website or is that only with these missions.(since you cant actually edit the code and make it stay online)

3.) Can you access someone Else's computer who's on the same wifi without them knowing?

sorry lost of questions just trying to get them out there before I forget.



Answers:

1.) Unfortunately, not that I know of. You could do something like this though:
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@echo off
set /p SC= Search criteria:
start "" /b "C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe" "http://www.google.com/search?q=%SC%"
pause


2.) No. You never hacked anything with HTML code on this site. By looking at the HTML, you find the answer through other means. Looking at the HTML code gives you an uderstanding of what a web page is using. This is basically footprinting the web-site to perform attacks that may work, based on the information of the site. Too get HTML code to stay onto the site, you would need to have -w (write) acess to the site, or some kind of attack such as a directory traversal attack, or uploading a malicous php file in a upload form that is not filtered, (study how directory traversal works in Realistic Mission 3) If you wish to make permanent changes, you could also just be root of the site.

3.) Someone could be able to point you out on their wifi in many ways. It would be simple to run a nmap scan on a network to find out all the devices on it. Also, think more in the means of keeping your stuff as hidden as possible, such as spoofing your mac address among others.
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Re: random hacks

Post by WallShadow on Sun Jan 27, 2013 9:56 am
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ShadowJeckel wrote:I have a couple questions:
1.) Can you make a batch file, that with set perimeters, input data into a search bar and record the results. I have yet to figure out how to get .bat to work online other than bring up websites.

...

3.) Can you access someone Else's computer who's on the same wifi without them knowing?

...


1.
Although ninjex's way is probably better, this is some code i hacked together which opens firefox for me and google searches 'pineapple'. It requires nircmdc.exe which you can download at http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/nircmd.html (nircmdc.exe comes packaged with nircmd.exe). If you intend to use it, read the notes and adjust it for your own computer, or else it might just fail.

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@ECHO OFF

REM start firefox
REM note: may have to be adjusted for your broswer file location, it may not be the same as mine
start "firefox" "C:\Program Files (x86)\FireFox\firefox.exe"

REM wait 1000 milliseconds for it to firefox to start
REM note: may need more for slower computers or laggy periods of time
nircmdc wait 1000 1>nul 2>nul

REM center the mouse in the upper left corner of the screen
nircmdc sendmouse move -10000 -10000 1>nul 2>nul

REM moves the mouse right over the search bar in the corner
REM note: may have to be adjusted for your browser and window size. mine is at (450, 17), your's may be different
nircmdc sendmouse move 450 17 1>nul 2>nul

REM click to focus on the search bar
nircmdc sendmouse left click 1>nul 2>nul

REM enter the keys pineapple
nircmdc sendkeypress p 1>nul 2>nul
nircmdc sendkeypress i 1>nul 2>nul
nircmdc sendkeypress n 1>nul 2>nul
nircmdc sendkeypress e 1>nul 2>nul
nircmdc sendkeypress a 1>nul 2>nul
nircmdc sendkeypress p 1>nul 2>nul
nircmdc sendkeypress p 1>nul 2>nul
nircmdc sendkeypress l 1>nul 2>nul
nircmdc sendkeypress e 1>nul 2>nul

REM enter enter
nircmdc sendkeypress enter 1>nul 2>nul

REM sitback and enjoy

GOTO :eof


if you want a simpler solution, here's google.bat which i wrote a long time ago, it has the advantage that it will use your default web browser no matter where it is located. to use it, you have to type into command prompt the following: '
google.bat "pine apple" '

the disadvantage of it is that it cannot take any special characters which get translated into hexidecimal codes such as + and %

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REM google google googling google
@ECHO OFF



SET _var=%~1

SET _var=%_var: =+%

START "google" www.google.com/search?q=%_var%



EXIT /B


3. yes, look into the metasploit project if you're interested.

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Re: wifi hacks

Post by Drizna on Sun Jan 27, 2013 4:38 pm
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-Ninjex- wrote:
LiamTheMacMaster wrote:Something free doesn't that cost money


Try Hashcat, it's a better password decrypter anyways ;)


I have never heard of this program. How deep can it decrypt?
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Re: wifi hacks

Post by fashizzlepop on Sun Jan 27, 2013 4:51 pm
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Drizna wrote:
-Ninjex- wrote:
LiamTheMacMaster wrote:Something free doesn't that cost money


Try Hashcat, it's a better password decrypter anyways ;)


I have never heard of this program. How deep can it decrypt?

What do you mean?
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Re: wifi hacks

Post by Drizna on Sun Jan 27, 2013 6:03 pm
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Try Hashcat, it's a better password decrypter anyways ;)[/quote]

I have never heard of this program. How deep can it decrypt?[/quote]
What do you mean?[/quote]

I mean I know there are encryptors that encrypt with different styles, and with multiple characters. How many characters will this program ever be able to decrypt?
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Re: wifi hacks

Post by fashizzlepop on Mon Jan 28, 2013 3:06 pm
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Drizna wrote:I mean I know there are encryptors that encrypt with different styles, and with multiple characters. How many characters will this program ever be able to decrypt?

You mean how long of a plain text password would hashcat be able to crack an md5 for?
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