In this new hacking tutorial we will be Piping Crunch with Aircrack-ng so we can get rid of the continuously raising dictionary files used to retrieve WiFi passwords from cap files. When we pipe the output from Crunch with Aircrack-ng the details will be fed straight into Aircrack-ng alternatively of a text file. Aircrack-ng will be using the enter from Crunch for brute forcing the password. This process will secure us a great deal of time and useful drive room given that efficient wordlists for brute forcing applications are likely to develop incredibly quickly in a limited time.
Piping Crunch with Aircrack-ng
Immediately after we have captured the four way handshake, which we will not be covering in this tutorial, we can pipe Crunch with Aircrack-ng to crack the password. The subsequent tutorials will train you how to seize handshakes using the aircrack-ng application suite in Kali Linux:
The subsequent command can be used to get started Aircrack-ng with enter from Crunch:
crunch 8 8 | aircrack-ng -e [ESSID] -w – [file path to the .cap file]
Make sure you note that the file paths used in this command are scenario sensitive and the | signal which is actually piping Crunch with Aircrack-ng.
Crunch in Kali Linux has serveral options to crank out passwords from which only 1 of them is used in this tutorial. The subsequent tutorial is about how to use the different choices in Crunch to crank out the password record you have to have, for example a default router password containing 8 letters (like UPC Broadband) or the use of static sequences of text and figures:
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