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Posted by:Barry
Subject:Right tool for the job
Date:08:48:42 06/12/2006

> > >
> > > There is no built-in WPA decoding in Kismet. Proper WPA (non WPA-PSK) uses a per-session key which would confuse kismet greatly.
> > >
> > > -m
> >
> > Fair enough, but if anyone knows about such a tool, or a way I can use one tool (Kismet) to capture and another one (what?) to decrypt with the known key, I would greatly appreciate it. I do use WPA-PSK.
> >
> > Thanks for your reply
> Probably airdecap-ng (which is included in aircrack-ng packet) can decrypt WPA-session.
> I found this "airdecap-ng --help" :
> -k <pmk> : WPA Pairwise Master Key in hex
> -p <pass> : target network WPA passphrase
> So it might work!
> iaby

If it's your network why don't you install a hub between the wireless router and your cable modem. Then attach to the hub and run wireshark.

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