Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Hack/Steal Wifi Password very easily

If you are living nearby someones WiFi hotspot and every time your laptop search for connection its showing up but you don't have passwords. Or you just want to grab someones WPA/WPA2 Wi-Fi hotspot key or passwords. Don't worry...


In this tutorial I’ll show How to hack/steal a WPA/WPA2 Wi-Fi password through a bootable USB.


Things you should need:


1. A USB pen drive.
2. beini.iso file. [Download it from HERE]
3. UNetbootin software to make your USB drive bootable. [Download for WindowsLinux or Mac]

Some few steps you should to do ( WEP):

1. Write beini.iso on your USB by UNetbootin. Set everything according to this image bellow.

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2. After finishing reboot your PC and boot it from your USB.
3. If you were successful to boot up then you should see something like this. Click Minidwep-gtk.
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4. Click OK.
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5. Now Minipwep-gtk  program will open. Click Scan.
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6. Select a wireless network(should have Clint) from the list. And click Lunch to start creaking process.
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7. Sometimes its take a while according to your victim connections IVS value and password strength. So keep passions.
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8. If it found a password, it should be appear like this.
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To creak WPA/WPA2 follow this image instruction.
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Let me know if you have done it successfully or you have any complicity.

6 comments:

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