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TourStart here for a quick overview of the siteHelp CenterDetailed answers to any questions you might haveMetaDiscuss the workings and policies of this siteAbout UsLearn more about Stack Overflow the companyBusinessLearn more about hiring developers or posting ads with usThis question is for anyone who has tried or succeeded to crack WiFi WPA/WPA2 keys with BackTrack Linux and Reaver. So, I wanted to test it on my WiFi router. I started everything as described here. But I got this error: rootbt:# reaver -i mon0 -b 74:31:70:05:4B:A7 -vvReaver v1.4 WiFi Protected Setup Attack ToolCopyright (c) 2011, Tactical Network Solutions, Craig Heffner [+] Waiting for beacon from 74:31:70:05:4B:A7[+] Switching mon0 to channel 1[+] Associated with 74:31:70:05:4B:A7 (ESSID: ALICE-WLAN20)[+] Trying pin 12345670[+] Sending EAPOL START request[+] Received identity request[+] Sending identity response[] WARNING: Receive timeout occurred[+] Sending WSC NACK[] WPS transaction failed (code: 0x02), re-trying last pin[+] Trying pin 12345670[+] Sending EAPOL START request[+] Received identity request[+] Sending identity responseC[+] Nothing done, nothing to saveIt tries the same pin over and over, can anyone explain to me what the problem is, and how I can fix it?

closed as off-topic by ThoriumBR, Rora, begueradj, Steve, Ulkoma Aug 25 15 at 17:48This question appears to be off-topic. The users who voted to close gave this specific reason:This question does not appear to be about Information security within the scope defined in the help center. ThoriumBR, Rora, Community, Steve, Ulkoma If this question can be reworded to fit the rules in the help center, please edit the question. Not a security question, but a support question for Reaver. (Which appears to be answered in their FAQ: Reaver just tries the same pin over and over Make sure your target AP supports WPS. Run the walsh tool to scan for WPS-enabled APs and make sure your target AP is listed.) Graham Hill May 14 12 at 9:40-N did it for me Also: -d 5 will wait 5 seconds between pin attempts. -r 5:10 will sleep for 10 seconds after every 5 attempts.

This lets the router cool off between pin attempts. user84290 Aug 25 15 at 16:06First make sure that reaver is up to date (using apt-get update && apt-get upgrade will do this for you). Second, remember this is an exploit tool. I have had mixed results. Certain linksys routers will crap out under the load and simply lock up.

Some other models have given me the same behavior yours is showing (repeated pin, or repeated series of pins even when WPS is enabled). This tool will not work on every router. Try it on a few different targets. If you get the same issue against multiple models it could be your wifi card or driver as well.

From my experience reaver works on maybe 60-70% of WPS enabled routers I come across. The other 30-40% either get DoSd or simply fail. Very good answer. It should be said if the tool fails and it is because the router crashes, it is because of the routers WPS support being implemented the incorrect way, which might or might not be solvable by firmware.

I know when this issue the only solution that to solve the exploit in WPS is to disable WPS the exploit itself is a design flaw in WPS. Ramhound May 15 12 at 16:54First make sure the router has WPS by running this command wash -i mon0 (without quotes,for best result use rtl8187 wireless card). Try running reaver -i mon0 -b 74:31:70:05:4B:A7 -vv -N - S -c1 (1 is your channel)also try to get a good signal,it was my case, i cracked a TP-Link router in almost 12 hours (WPA2-PSK) using the same as you did, and as mentioned before, you might have to wait for like 5 minutes or so as the router might block your WPS requests for a period of time. you can also try wpscrack,i didnt try it but could help you. http://null-byte.wonderhowto.com/how-to/hack-wpa-wifi-passwords-by-cracking-wps-pin-0132542/Good LuckTechnologyLife / ArtsCulture / RecreationScienceOtherStack OverflowServer FaultSuper UserWeb ApplicationsAsk UbuntuWebmastersGame DevelopmentTeX - LaTeXSoftware EngineeringUnix & LinuxAsk Different (Apple)WordPress DevelopmentGeographic Information SystemsElectrical EngineeringAndroid EnthusiastsInformation SecurityDatabase AdministratorsDrupal AnswersSharePointUser ExperienceMathematicaSalesforceExpressionEngine AnswersCryptographyCode ReviewMagentoSignal ProcessingRaspberry PiProgramming Puzzles & Code Golfmore (7)PhotographyScience Fiction & FantasyGraphic DesignMovies & TVMusic: Practice & TheorySeasoned Advice (cooking)Home ImprovementPersonal Finance & MoneyAcademiamore (8)English Language & UsageSkepticsMi Yodeya (Judaism)TravelChristianityEnglish Language LearnersJapanese LanguageArqade (gaming)BicyclesRole-playing GamesAnime & MangaMotor Vehicle Maintenance & Repairmore (17)MathOverflowMathematicsCross Validated (stats)Theoretical Computer SciencePhysicsChemistryBiologyComputer SciencePhilosophymore (3)Meta Stack ExchangeStack AppsArea 51Stack Overflow TalentTourStart here for a quick overview of the siteHelp CenterDetailed answers to any questions you might haveMetaDiscuss the workings and policies of this siteAbout UsLearn more about Stack Overflow the companyBusinessLearn more about hiring developers or posting ads with usThis question is for anyone who has tried or succeeded to crack WiFi WPA/WPA2 keys with BackTrack Linux and Reaver.

So, I wanted to test it on my WiFi router. I started everything as described here. But I got this error: rootbt:# reaver -i mon0 -b 74:31:70:05:4B:A7 -vvReaver v1.4 WiFi Protected Setup Attack ToolCopyright (c) 2011, Tactical Network Solutions, Craig Heffner [+] Waiting for beacon from 74:31:70:05:4B:A7[+] Switching mon0 to channel 1[+] Associated with 74:31:70:05:4B:A7 (ESSID: ALICE-WLAN20)[+] Trying pin 12345670[+] Sending EAPOL START request[+] Received identity request[+] Sending identity response[] WARNING: Receive timeout occurred[+] Sending WSC NACK[] WPS transaction failed (code: 0x02), re-trying last pin[+] Trying pin 12345670[+] Sending EAPOL START request[+] Received identity request[+] Sending identity responseC[+] Nothing done, nothing to saveIt tries the same pin over and over, can anyone explain to me what the problem is, and how I can fix it?

closed as off-topic by ThoriumBR, Rora, begueradj, Steve, Ulkoma Aug 25 15 at 17:48This question appears to be off-topic. The users who voted to close gave this specific reason:This question does not appear to be about Information security within the scope defined in the help center. ThoriumBR, Rora, Community, Steve, Ulkoma If this question can be reworded to fit the rules in the help center, please edit the question. Not a security question, but a support question for Reaver.

(Which appears to be answered in their FAQ: Reaver just tries the same pin over and over Make sure your target AP supports WPS. Run the walsh tool to scan for WPS-enabled APs and make sure your target AP is listed.) Graham Hill May 14 12 at 9:40-N did it for me Also: -d 5 will wait 5 seconds between pin attempts. -r 5:10 will sleep for 10 seconds after every 5 attempts. This lets the router cool off between pin attempts.

user84290 Aug 25 15 at 16:06First make sure that reaver is up to date (using apt-get update && apt-get upgrade will do this for you). Second, remember this is an exploit tool. I have had mixed results. Certain linksys routers will crap out under the load and simply lock up. Some other models have given me the same behavior yours is showing (repeated pin, or repeated series of pins even when WPS is enabled).

This tool will not work on every router. Try it on a few different targets. If you get the same issue against multiple models it could be your wifi card or driver as well.

From my experience reaver works on maybe 60-70% of WPS enabled routers I come across. The other 30-40% either get DoSd or simply fail. Very good answer. It should be said if the tool fails and it is because the router crashes, it is because of the routers WPS support being implemented the incorrect way, which might or might not be solvable by firmware. I know when this issue the only solution that to solve the exploit in WPS is to disable WPS the exploit itself is a design flaw in WPS.

Ramhound May 15 12 at 16:54First make sure the router has WPS by running this command wash -i mon0 (without quotes,for best result use rtl8187 wireless card). Try running reaver -i mon0 -b 74:31:70:05:4B:A7 -vv -N - S -c1 (1 is your channel)also try to get a good signal,it was my case, i cracked a TP-Link router in almost 12 hours (WPA2-PSK) using the same as you did, and as mentioned before, you might have to wait for like 5 minutes or so as the router might block your WPS requests for a period of time. you can also try wpscrack,i didnt try it but could help you. http://null-byte.wonderhowto.com/how-to/hack-wpa-wifi-passwords-by-cracking-wps-pin-0132542/Good LuckTechnologyLife / ArtsCulture / RecreationScienceOtherStack OverflowServer FaultSuper UserWeb ApplicationsAsk UbuntuWebmastersGame DevelopmentTeX - LaTeXSoftware EngineeringUnix & LinuxAsk Different (Apple)WordPress DevelopmentGeographic Information SystemsElectrical EngineeringAndroid EnthusiastsInformation SecurityDatabase AdministratorsDrupal AnswersSharePointUser ExperienceMathematicaSalesforceExpressionEngine AnswersCryptographyCode ReviewMagentoSignal ProcessingRaspberry PiProgramming Puzzles & Code Golfmore (7)PhotographyScience Fiction & FantasyGraphic DesignMovies & TVMusic: Practice & TheorySeasoned Advice (cooking)Home ImprovementPersonal Finance & MoneyAcademiamore (8)English Language & UsageSkepticsMi Yodeya (Judaism)TravelChristianityEnglish Language LearnersJapanese LanguageArqade (gaming)BicyclesRole-playing GamesAnime & MangaMotor Vehicle Maintenance & Repairmore (17)MathOverflowMathematicsCross Validated (stats)Theoretical Computer SciencePhysicsChemistryBiologyComputer SciencePhilosophymore (3)Meta Stack ExchangeStack AppsArea 51Stack Overflow TalentYour Wi-Fi network is your conveniently wireless gateway to the internet, and since youre not keen on sharing your connection with any old hooligan who happens to be walking past your home, you secure your network with a password, right? Knowing, as you might, how easy it is to crack a WEP password, you probably secure your network using the more bulletproof WPA security protocol. How to Crack a Wi-Fi Networks WEP Password with BackTrackHow to Crack a Wi-Fi Networks WEP Password with BackTrackHow to Crack a Wi-Fi Networks WEP Password withYou already know that if you want to lock down your Wi-Fi network, you should opt for WPARead more Read moreHeres the bad news: A new, free, open-source tool called Reaver exploits a security hole in wireless routers and can crack most routers current passwords with relative ease.

Heres how to crack a WPA or WPA2 password, step by step, with Reaverand how to protect your network against Reaver attacks. In the first section of this post, Ill walk through the steps required to crack a WPA password using Reaver. You can follow along with either the video or the text below.

After that, Ill explain how Reaver works, and what you can do to protect your network against Reaver attacks. First, a quick note: As we remind often remind readers when we discuss topics that appear potentially malicious: Knowledge is power, but power doesnt mean you should be a jerk, or do anything illegal. Knowing how to pick a lock doesnt make you a thief. Consider this post educational, or a proof-of-concept intellectual exercise. The more you know, the better you can protect yourself. What Youll NeedYou dont have to be a networking wizard to use Reaver, the command-line tool that does the heavy lifting, and if youve got a blank DVD, a computer with compatible Wi-Fi, and a few hours on your hands, youve got basically all youll need.

There are a number of ways you could set up Reaver, but here are the specific requirements for this guide:The BackTrack 5 Live DVD . BackTrack is a bootable Linux distribution thats filled to the brim with network testing tools, and while its not strictly required to use Reaver, its the easiest approach for most users. Download the Live DVD from BackTracks download page and burn it to a DVD. You can alternately download a virtual machine image if youre using VMware, but if you dont know what VMware is, just stick with the Live DVD. As of this writing, that means you should select BackTrack 5 R3 from the Release drop-down, select Gnome, 32- or 64-bit depending on your CPU (if you dont know which you have, 32 is a safe bet), ISO for image, and then download the ISO.

A computer with Wi-Fi and a DVD drive. BackTrack will work with the wireless card on most laptops, so chances are your laptop will work fine. However, BackTrack doesnt have a full compatibility list, so no guarantees. Youll also need a DVD drive, since thats how youll boot into BackTrack. I used a six-year-old MacBook Pro.

A nearby WPA-secured Wi-Fi network. Technically, it will need to be a network using WPA security with the WPS feature enabled. Ill explain in more detail in the How Reaver Works section how WPS creates the security hole that makes WPA cracking possible. A little patience. This is a 4-step process, and while its not terribly difficult to crack a WPA password with Reaver, its a brute-force attack, which means your computer will be testing a number of different combinations of cracks on your router before it finds the right one. When I tested it, Reaver took roughly 2.5 hours to successfully crack my password.

The Reaver home page suggests it can take anywhere from 4-10 hours. Your mileage may vary. Lets Get CrackinAt this point you should have BackTrack burned to a DVD, and you should have your laptop handy.

Step 1: Boot into BackTrackTo boot into BackTrack, just put the DVD in your drive and boot your machine from the disc. (Google around if you dont know anything about live CDs/DVDs and need help with this part.) During the boot process, BackTrack will prompt you to to choose the boot mode. Select BackTrack Text - Default Boot Text Mode and press Enter. Eventually BackTrack will boot to a command line prompt.

When youve reached the prompt, type startx and press Enter. BackTrack will boot into its graphical interface. Step 2: Install ReaverUpdate: This step is no longer necessary, as Reaver comes pre-installed on Backtrack 5 R3. Skip down to Step 3. Reaver has been added to the bleeding edge version of BackTrack, but its not yet incorporated with the live DVD, so as of this writing, you need to install Reaver before proceeding.

(Eventually, Reaver will simply be incorporated with BackTrack by default.) To install Reaver, youll first need to connect to a Wi-Fi network that you have the password to. Click Applications > Internet > Wicd Network ManagerSelect your network and click Connect, enter your password if necessary, click OK, and then click Connect a second time. Now that youre online, lets install Reaver. Click the Terminal button in the menu bar (or click Applications > Accessories > Terminal).

At the prompt, type:apt-get updateAnd then, after the update completes:apt-get install reaverIf all went well, Reaver should now be installed. It may seem a little lame that you need to connect to a network to do this, but it will remain installed until you reboot your computer. At this point, go ahead and disconnect from the network by opening Wicd Network Manager again and clicking Disconnect. (You may not strictly need to do this. I did just because it felt like I was somehow cheating if I were already connected to a network.) Step 3: Gather Your Device Information, Prep Your CrackinIn order to use Reaver, you need to get your wireless cards interface name, the BSSID of the router youre attempting to crack (the BSSID is a unique series of letters and numbers that identifies a router), and you need to make sure your wireless card is in monitor mode. So lets do all that.

Find your wireless card: Inside Terminal, type:iwconfigPress Enter. You should see a wireless device in the subsequent list. Most likely, itll be named wlan0, but if you have more than one wireless card, or a more unusual networking setup, it may be named something different. Find the BSSID of the router you want to crack: Lastly, you need to get the unique identifier of the router youre attempting to crack so that you can point Reaver in the right direction. To do this, execute the following command:airodump-ng wlan0(Note: If airodump-ng wlan0 doesnt work for you, you may want to try the monitor interface insteade.g., airodump-ng mon0.)Youll see a list of the wireless networks in rangeitll look something like the screenshot below:When you see the network you want, press Ctrl+C to stop the list from refreshing, then copy that networks BSSID (its the series of letters, numbers, and colons on the far left).

The network should have WPA or WPA2 listed under the ENC column. (If its WEP, use our previous guide to cracking WEP passwords.)Now, with the BSSID and monitor interface name in hand, youve got everything you need to start up Reaver. Step 4: Crack a Networks WPA Password with ReaverNow execute the following command in the Terminal, replacing bssid and moninterface with the BSSID and monitor interface and you copied down above:reaver -i mon0 -b 8D:AE:9D:65:1F:B2 -vvPress Enter, sit back, and let Reaver work its disturbing magic. Reaver will now try a series of PINs on the router in a brute force attack, one after another. This will take a while. In my successful test, Reaver took 2 hours and 30 minutes to crack the network and deliver me with the correct password.

As mentioned above, the Reaver documentation says it can take between 4 and 10 hours, so it could take more or less time than I experienced, depending. When Reavers cracking has completed, itll look like this:A few

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More The BackTrack 5 Live DVD. BackTrack is a bootable Linux distribution that s filled to the brim with network testing tools, and while it s not strictly required to use. There are two types of ways to potentially crack a password, generally referred to as offline and online. In an offline attack, an attacker has a file with data they. I show you how to crack wpa/wpa2 by getting the wps pin using reaver with backtrack. If you got any questions leave a comment down Thanks
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