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Aircrack - the password cracking tool

Aircrack - the password cracking tool

Aircrack-ng is a network hacking tool that consists of a packet sniffer, detector, WPA/WPA2-PSK cracker, WEP and an analysis tool for for 802.11 wireless LANs.

This tool can run on various platforms like FreeBSD, OSX, Wubdows, OpenBSD and Linux. The Linux version of this tool is packaged for OpenWrt and been ported to Maemo, Zaurus and Android platforms; and a proof of concept port has been made to iPhones.

This tool focuses on areas of WifiSecurity which includes monitoring which captures packets and export the data to text files for processing by 3rd party tools. Replaying attacks, fake access points, deauthentication by using packet injection. Tesing of wifi cards and driver capabilities via capture and injection and cracking of WPA and WPA PSK (WPA 1 and WPA 2).

It's free tool. Install here: https://www.aircrack-ng.org/install.html

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