How To Hack Wifi - WPA & WPA2 Network In Kali Linux Using Reaver


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It is very easy to hack WEP password but very difficult to hack WPA OR WPA2, so now I will explain how to hack WPA & WPA2 passwords easily in Linux based operation system. By guessing the PIN, the router will actually throw back, whether or not the first four digits (of eight) are correct. Then, the final number is a checking number used to satisfy an algorithm. This can be exploited to brute force the WPS PIN, and allow recovery of the WPA password in an incredibly short amount of time, as opposed to the standard attack on WPA.
Requirements:
1)      Kali Linux – Operation System In Your System Or In Your Flash Disk (USB Pendrive)
2)      4GB or Above Pendrive
3)      Kali Live Boot
4)      Word List 
5)      Wifi networks near by with Excellent Signal to make hacking faster


3)      There are many kinds of word lists, so it is better to use 13Gb Word List or 50mb Wordlist, those wordlists contain 1 to 10 million word – they are the passwords from all over the world

   Here Are The Links To Download Word lists - One Is Enough, but i will give you few links

Click To Download From Pirate Bay -- 13Gb Wordlist Compressed To 4Gb

Torrent Hound  --- 13Gb Wordlist Compressed To 4Gb 


Here You Just Follow My Commands In Pictures – That’s all, you can hack wpa password






















That’s it – after this you can see the password


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Bhanu Namikaze is an Ethical Hacker, Web Developer, Student and Mechanical Engineer. He Enjoys writing articles, Blogging, Solving Errors, Social Surfing and Social Networking. Feel Free to let me know any of your concerns about hacking or let me know if you need any more methods on hacking anything. Enjoy Learning