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quotes [2010/01/16 14:07] – quote from sorbo mister_xquotes [2016/01/22 02:09] – New quote from maslen mister_x
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   16-01-2010 * 03:27 <sorbo> the only thing that seems to work is the help menu   16-01-2010 * 03:27 <sorbo> the only thing that seems to work is the help menu
 +Quote from Zero_Chaos:
 +  14-08-2010 * 20:29 < upp> i don't understand what do you mean
 +  14-08-2010 * 20:29 < Zero_Chaos> read it again and try really hard
 +Quote from johnny`:
 +  [19:05] <johnny`> how do i install it by source
 +  [19:05] <XAVeRY> consult the documentation.
 +  [19:05] <XAVeRY> this is basic Linux knowledge.
 +  [19:14] <johnny`> there is no documentation
 +Quote from Tefx:
 +  [23:12] <Tefx> hey guys erm not in linux atm btu was wantign to test crack my friends wifi for him and yes this is legitimate it was to test his router and check see how my new laptop   deals with cracking and it uses a card ive used many of times for doign wep cracking btu for soem reason when i start aimon ng i can airodump- specific chanels and detetc networks on all   chanels btu for soem reason when i try to start aireplay-ng with fake auth or arpreplay it seem to
 +  [23:12] <Tefx > say that the channel is locked to channel -1
 +  [23:12] <Tefx > any ideas
 +  [23:17] <WiFiHelper> New on the ForumFeed: Re: Why is my interface on channel -1? <>
 +  [23:19] <Tefx > WiFiHelper, i think you a bot but i shal give that a try thanks
 +  [23:19] <WiFiHelper > Tefx: Error: "i" is not a valid command.
 +Quote from SniperXP:
 +  <SniperXPX> I have the handshake packets for my WPA protected network. How would I go about bruteforcing the key? I can use disctionaries no problem but I cannot find anything about Bruteforcing
 +  <SniperXPX> dictionaries*
 +  <Zero_Chaos> !john
 +  <WiFiHelper> Zero_Chaos: "john" is (#1) or (#2) john --stdout --incremental | aircrack-ng -a 2 -w - <handshakes>.cap -e <essid> or (#3) or (#4)
 +  <Zero_Chaos> you have 11,000 years right?
 +  <SniperXPX> I do not think the password is all that strong
 +  <SniperXPX> I do have access to a dual CPU xeon server
 +  <SniperXPX> I can leave that server running the job for weeks if I want to
 +  <Zero_Chaos> 11,000 years
 +  <hiexpo> lol
 +  <SniperXPX> I doubt the password is 64char
 +  <SniperXPX> It's most liekly 8-10
 +  <SniperXPX> likely*
 +  <Zero_Chaos> LOL
 +  <Zero_Chaos> yeah, that is 11,000 years
 +  <SniperXPX> Seriously?
 +  <Zero_Chaos> yeah, please consult a calulator
 +Quote from Zero_Chaos:
 +  <allfro> alright.. brb
 +  <allfro> build complete
 +  <allfro> patch applied
 +  <Zero_Chaos> hopefully in the opposite order...
 +Quote from maslen:
 +  <haxwithdroid> I'd like to propose a new code style standard. COK: cat on keyboard.
 +  <maslen> Why not just call it perl ?
 +  <jeffree> damn
 +  <haxwithdroid> cok can be applied to any language
 +  <maslen> Yes. And then they'll all look like PERL
quotes.txt · Last modified: 2019/04/14 22:47 by mister_x