[kismac] Re: wordlists

  • From: JAke <monkeys.steal.my.boxers@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: kismac@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 3 Apr 2007 10:09:35 -0700

I was at first, but since then I have tried files converted in text edit,
textmate, microsoft word, and open office.  None of them work.  Has anyone
gotten a wordlist to work?


On 4/3/07, Erick van Rijk <emvr@xxxxxx> wrote:

Is the problem perhaps that you are reading not a plain text file but
something like RTF or word what contain extra formatting lines.?


On Apr 1, 2007, at 01:20 , Jake Trimble wrote:

> Thanks for your quick responses.  I am trying to crack a 40-bit
> Apple Key.  I think thats what it is.  I am sharing my internet via
> an imac from ethernet (the modem) to the airport.  I have cracked
> it using a weak scheduling attack and injection in 15 minutes with
> a wusb11 (ver2.5), but I am trying to use a wordlist this time.
> -jake
> On Mar 31, 2007, at 5:02 PM, Matt Gibson wrote:
>> On 31 Mar 2007, at 20:09, Jake Trimble wrote:
>>> No, my password is just 5 characters long...  Let's say that my
>>> password was hello.  I would create a .txt file in textedit that
>>> only contains "hello" on a single line, and kismac would say that
>>> the password was not found.  Has anyone had a single crack with a
>>> wordlist here?
>>> -jake
>> Oh, okay, I thought you might be using WPA, which is what I'd been
>> looking at, but the minimum password length for that is 8
>> characters, isn't it?  What kind of password are you trying to
>> crack? (Not that I think I can help much, I'm afraid, but it's the
>> logical next question for anyone else who wants to jump in and
>> help...)
>> Cheers,
>> Matt

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