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(version 2.41 updated March, 2014)

About Wifi Security and Hacking

So, you have just installed your new router and have everything in place so that you can begin browsing the web. You have just set up your long, impossible-to-guess wifi password and are on your way to the safest browsing possible. Because you used WPA’s security protocol over the less-secure WEP protocol, you may think that you are now immune to hacking. Unfortunately, WPA, WPA 2 and WEP have all been circumvented with an easy wifi password hack program, also known as a wifi cracker. These programs trudge away at breaking password and allow a hacker to use Internet. In the bottom of this article you will find just released software to crack all types of passwords!

Wifi Scaning/Hacking Password

Understanding Security Protocols

Security protocols are created and put into place by the Wi-Fi Alliance. The goal of this alliance is to provide a secure means of using wifi and protect it from the likes of hackers, neighbors or anyone else that is close enough to get into your network. While the alliance has done well, the technology in place is flawed – and dated. Let’s take a look at what these protocols provide:

  • WPA (Wi-Fi Protected Access): WPA was put into place to correct the flaws seen in WEP. This was able to be done through an easy firmware upgrade, but it was not able to be incorporated into all hardware. This protocol uses 128-bit key encryption to ensure intruders are kept at bay. This is done for each packet of data. As a further measure, message integrity was also put into place to stop a wifi cracker in its tracks. Unfortunately, this didn’t work.

  • WPA2: This protocol was created in an attemp to ensure that data was never intercepted and that a network was fully secure. Much of the same features that WPA offered were in place, but CCMP was introduced to provide even more security. This is the new standard, but one that dates back to 2004.

  • WEP: The original IEEE 802.11 had WEP, or Wired Equivalent Privacy, in place. While this technology was sufficient at first, it proved to have numerous flaws and was quickly hacked. This came down to major flaws seen with the IV that would have a 50 percent chance to repeat after only 5000 packets were sent.

Wifi Encryption Security

Why Security Protocols are Susceptible and Hack Download

Security protocols are in place to stop hackers – in theory. However, the older technologies, such as WEP, require less than a minute to crack in some cases. This occurs because packets are gathered and after a certain amount, enough packets are gathered to successfully crack the password. This was demonstrated years ago and it requires a software program that will gather these packets in seconds and begin trying to crack them.

The biggest issue with WEP is that technology has caught up to this old method of security and is simply too strong for WEP to be viable. With the right software, a wifi cracker can infiltrate a WEP-based network in 60 seconds – if you are lucky.

WPA or its counterpart WPA2 are very secure, but they can also be hacked. A wifi password hack will need to be mixed with a little luck, or a lot of time. The fault of these protocols comes from the PSK, or pre-shared keys that the user sets. What happens is that:

  1. Users use a weak, short PSK that is very easy to brute force hack. A few letters or numbers long and a wifi cracker can be into the network in minutes.

  2. Users do not change their SSID, leading to easer cracking thanks to rainbow tables.

A wifi password hack will essentially be a brute force attack, in most cases, where the program will try to guess passwords based on the most common passwords or dictionaries. When a network does not change the SSID, this makes the life of the wifi cracker infinitely easier. All that will need to be done is to use a rainbow table in attempts to break through your security protocol. Anyone can do a wifi password hack as long as they choose the right tools for the job. While it can be next to impossible to have a wifi cracker break a password that is over 25 characters in length using WPA, most people choose a password that they can easily remember, which makes them vulnerable to attackers.