Hi, I would enable the quickdic plugin and improbe the wordlist with others wordlist. Which Is your favorite wordlist?
I grabbed a few from https://wiki.skullsecurity.org/Passwords
I always used these when using my WiFi Pineapple. Small enough for a weak device like these to use.
That’s a great list. I like that it’s trimmed down to only lengths that WPA supports. Going to switch out my list in the morning. Thanks.
Hi, I’m thinking to use this https://mega.nz/#!MuJlQRaC!Rlfonl4x33JR96m0T5N5FZh5mR3-MOdjUXEDYaUGBsE that have all password contained to the exploit.in dump
anybody can tell me how many passwords per seconds can the rpi0w try?
Chose one from:
depending on use-case
Aircrack-ng on Pi0w only does 5-20 k/s, so I’d recommend using quickdic with a very small wordlist so that only the most basic passwords are cracked locally. Onlinehashcrack and wpa-sec can handle the rest.
Personally, I use probable-v2-wpa-top4800.txt reduced to ~2000 entries: I’m not in the US, so I’ve removed all the US-specific names, places and references, and added some local ones. This works reasonably well.
Is there any Italian user? I’d like to use the quickdic plugin too but I can’t find any small sized dictionary with most common italian words used as password…
https://wpa-sec.stanev.org/ has a nice way to make a dict out of wikipedia…
I wonder if there is any tool to make something similar for other languages
Yes, I did it already with the dutch wikipedia…
Check out this simple tool I made for fun: github.com/tomellericcardo/WikipediaWordList