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Kali Linux Cookbook - Second Edition by Bob Perciaccante, Corey P. Schultz

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How to do it...

This is the process we will follow to find and expose WEP keys:

  1. Based on the scanning done in the section Scanning for wireless networks, we know that the SSID Kali_Two and Kali_Three are both running WEP on channel 11, and therefore will be our targets for this section.
  2. Using airodump-ng, we will start a dump of data from Kali_Two using the following command line:
root@kali:~/wireless# airodump-ng -c 11 --bssid 68:86:A7:1D:6D:84 -w KaliCookbook_8.3 wlan0
  1. The argument for -c is the channel (channel 11) and BSSID is the MAC address of the AP (68:86:A7:1D:6D:84). We will write the pcap file to the same directory as in the previous sections and listen on wlan0mon.
  1. Once initiated, it can take a very long time to gather enough ...

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