Packet sniffing seems alright to me. I found a few sites that said that nothing could decrypt the WPA 2.0 encryption. How valid is this?
mShred wrote:Okay, first of all. 1.4 billion words? Don't be hasty. Share dat link.
DrRoach wrote:Hi from my personal experience I find brute forcing wifi passwords better. I know will disagree, but here are my reasons why, a. Not everyone knows or can be bothered changing their wifi key so wordlists are rendered pretty much useless and even if they do most people nowadays aren't stupid enough to make their wifi passswords something like password, even though 1.5million (or billion or whatever it was) is quite impressive. Secondly although bruteforcing can take a while most people's passwords are between about 6-15 characters so that you can run a bruteforce overnight and usually have the password when you wake up. Just my opinion though at the end of the day.
centip3de wrote:A: The first part of your argument doesn't support your argument at all, in fact it supports the argument of using a wordlist over brute-forcing. As for the second part of your argument, never underestimate people's stupidity.
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