Wireless Cracking / Hacking on the FreeRunner

Vinc Duran uberpfloyd at gmail.com
Sat May 17 03:17:46 CEST 2008

I'm sure I read in another post (or the wiki) that WPA was working at least.

On Fri, May 16, 2008 at 6:03 PM, Brandon Kruse <admteamkruz at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have a number of programs that I use, and some that I wrote, for
> professional security pen testing (with permission).
> I was thinking of making a quick package for doing this automagically.
> (btw, does the neo support wpa/wpa2?)
> At the very least, it can cache enough requests on the wireless network
> with a couple programs, which you could then brute force on a desktop
> pc over a few hours / days depending on your machine.
> You could do the WHOLE wep (64bit and 128bit) crack within 20-30 minutes on
> my 350mghz oldschool
> dell laptop. Would anyone be interested in this?
> Dealing with WPA/WPA2 is a bit different, but the key to attack can be
> 'cached' for brute for on another PC later. (or the NEO if wanted)
> I would have to see if the drivers support being set in 'promiscuous' mode,
> etc.
> What do you guys think? Definitely taking the freerunner into a completely
> different
> market, which I think would be pretty cool.
> The end result would be to have a program you run, chose a wireless network,
> and then
> show reports of the program, cracking success/failure, etc.
> -bk
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