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Software to hack wep

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iwant strong software to hack secure wireless network secured by wep and another for WPA?please answer QUICKLY just iwant strong software

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Verifying your network security isn't a trivial task.

Although WEP has some know vulnerabilities which can be exploited WPA is significantly stronger, and can generally only be broken by brute force password cracking or other nefarious means.

You have not indicated your operating system however the following web page has numerous links and descriptions of some of the software available for Unix and Windows

http://www.windowsecurity.com/whitepapers/Wireless-Cracking-Tools.html

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How do I set security on my DWL-952


There are 2 possible areas raised by this question. The first is a security patch needed to fix the firmware of your router, which by the way is not dwl-952. Your router is a di 954. Dwl 952 is a bundled router and network interface. The details of the firmware update are below.

Security patch for your D-Link router
These firmware updates address the security vulnerabilities in affected D-Link routers. D-Link will update this continually and we strongly recommend all users to install the relevant updates.
As there are different hardware revisions on our products, please check this on your device before downloading the correct corresponding firmware update. The hardware revision information can usually be found on the product label on the underside of the product next to the serial number. Alternatively, they can also be found on the device web configuration.
Please make sure you follow the firmware install guide provided within the ZIP firmware package.
DI-524 Revision E1/E3Thu, 28/11/13
The new firmware 5.13b01 that fixes the security vulnerabilities
DI-524 Revision Ex 5.13b01
Please note: please unzip the file and use the file DI524Ex_FW513B01.bin to update firmware.
DI-524UP Revision A1/A2Thu, 28/11/13
The new firmware 1.08b02 that fixes the security vulnerabilities
DI-524UP Revision Ax 1.08b02
Please note: please unzip the file and use the file DI524UPAx_FW108B02.bix to update firmware.

The second possibility is to set the local security on your network.

From the wikipedia page:
Wireless security is the prevention of unauthorized access or damage to computers using wireless networks. The most common types of wireless security are Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) and Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA). WEP is a notoriously weak security standard. The password it uses can often be cracked in a few minutes with a basic laptop computer and widely available software tools. WEP is an old IEEE 802.11 standard from 1999 which was outdated in 2003 by WPA or Wi-Fi Protected Access. WPA was a quick alternative to improve security over WEP. The current standard is WPA2; some hardware cannot support WPA2 without firmware upgrade or replacement. WPA2 uses an encryption device which encrypts the network with a 256 bit key; the longer key length improves security over WEP.
The complete article is here

Wireless security

Log in to your router and find the wireless security section. Set up the security model that best suits your needs and then set up your wireless network card with the same information.

Mar 11, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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Configuring Netgear Wireless Routers/Access Points


What do you need to know about configuring routers?
All basic router configuration are almost the same. You can access the router by a specific address. In this case, for NETGEAR router, the default address is 192.168.1.1.

You can access the router configuration page by typing 192.168.1.1 on the address bar of any browsers.
It will then ask for the User name and Password. The
Default UserName is : admin
Default Password : password

Most of the people just want to configure their wireless network and what is the wireless key.
You can check the wireless setting of the router. You will then see the wireless network name or the SSID. You can definitely change that to the wireless network key that you wish to use.
You can also change the wireless key which is your wireless security. There are several types of wireless security. We have WEP, WPA-PSK, WPA-PSK2.

Usually, WEP and WPA wireless encryption are used. For WEP, you can use 10 digits numbers from 0-9 and for WPA-PSK, you can use alpha numeric characters.

It's up to you what to use. You can easily change the wireless key by entering it on the Key1 under the Security Encryption. Just hit apply and you can now use the new wireless network name and key that you just setup..

One tip of advise, don't be afraid to change the settings of the router. Just remember the current settings if you are not that familiar before changing anything. If that doesn't work, just revert the changes. I'm sure, you'll get comfortable on configuring any router in a short time..

Happy configuring.. :)

on Oct 03, 2011 | NetGear Computers & Internet

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About Wireless Network Security, Choosing the best wifi security for your...


Although it is the good neighborly thing to do to leave your network available for anyone to access, it is not safe. It is very easy today for anyone who can connect to your network to see what you're doing, get your passwords, and even pirate copyrighted material on your home network, all of this obviously leads to trouble!
I have been in Network Security for a few years now, I've spent a lot of time experimenting with my own home network, setting up security, breaking into it, steeling my own passwords from another computer, etcetera. The astonishing fact is how incredibly easy it is with just the right information. As a disclaimer network hacking is very illegal, and I do not provide any information on how to get into someone else's network in this tip, if you are like me, and wish to set up scenario's with your own network, just to learn about security, only breaking into something you personally own, there are plenty of resources out there on the internet, you just need to know where to look. I will keep this article updated as new technologies become available.

So lets talk about the commonly available types of network security. I have posted other tips regarding the setup of each security type, if you're not really interested in the how or why skip on ahead to my other tips, and find Setting up WPA-2 wifi Security, as this is the most secure, please also see my tip, a word on passwords, for even more security.
Mac Filtering Put simply, every Wireless adapter(the device that connects your computer to a wireless router, wether it is in the computer or an external device) has a unique MAC address (or Media Access Control Address). Mac filtering tells the router which devices are allowed to be connected to your router. When a device attempts to make a connection, if it is not on the list, the router denies the connection, pretty much like an exclusive party, you have to be on the list. But the router can be fooled, if someone knows a Mac address that is on the list (pretty easy to figure out), there is a way they can use that Mac address instead of thier own, kinda like getting into an exclusive party using a false name. The data is not encrypted with this method, so even though someone can't connect to your network, they can still inspect your network traffic and potentially find your passwords for websites like facebook, etc. Mac filtering works very well when used with another form of network security below, it is the only method that can be used with another method at the same time, so it is a good "extra step" to protect yourself from hackers.
Pros - Fairly easy to set up, no passwords to remember or write down, supported by all network adapters, can be used with other security methods.
Cons - Easily hacked, not very secure, data not encrypted.

WEP - (Wired Equivalent Privacy) WEP was the first attempt at securing wireless networks. It's a pretty good system, it does encrypt all data sent to and from your computer to the router, so stealing passwords without your network password is not possible, but if they can get access to your network, it's pretty easy to see those passwords fly by. The problem with WEP is that it's still pretty easy to crack, someone can inspect the encrypted traffic, and once they have enough your network password can be resolved by deciphering the captured traffic, on a WEP network with a lot of traffic this can be done in as little as 10 minutes!
Pros - Supported by almost all network adapters, data is encrypted from the router to the wireless adapter.
Cons - Still not very secure

WPA - (Wifi Protected Access) Supported on hardware from 2003 or newer. This is one of the better options, offering better encryption for your traffic, in most cases even if someone connects to your network, they still can't get your passwords. The network password is not as easily resolved, but it can still be brute-forced, or cracked using a wordlist attack. Brute-forcing is basically trying every possible combination of letters numbers and characters in every possible order, this can take months to finally crack even a simple password. A wordlist attack is only effective on weak passwords, see my tip, a word on passwords for more details.
Pros - Best option for most hardware. Very secure.
Cons - Can be brute-forced.

WPA2 - (Wifi Protected Access-2) Supported by most hardware 2008 and newer but not all, supported by some hardware that is older than 2008. The same as WPA, but cannot be brute-forced. The only way to crack WPA2 is with a wordlist attack, so as long as you have a strong password, you can say you are as secure as you can possibly be.
Pros - Best option available, Very secure
Cons - Not supported on all hardware.

So now you are educated on basic network security concepts. Understand that no network is absolutely secure, on my home network I use WPA-2 in conjunction with Mac filtering, which is the best setup available and thats what I recommend to anyone. Can it be cracked? Yes, Do I think it will ever happen? It's extremely unlikely with that amount of security, odds are any would be cracker would give up after several failed attempts.

on Jul 18, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Wireless bridge cannot communicate


Network Key (WEP, WPA, WPA2 Encryption key)To connectyour computer to a wireless router, you click the Refresh networklist, then Choose your wireless network and then click Connectto your secured Wireless Network, it will asks for a Network Keybefore allowing you to connect into your wireless network. This NetworkKey is either the WEP, or WPA or WPA2 Encryption key that is used toconfigure the Wireless Router. The Passphrase is an alternate way tosetup the Encryption key.
When you are requested for a Network Key, you can just enter the Passphrasethat was used to configure the Encryption key in the wireless router.http://www.fixya.com/support/r5270415-network_password_network_addressFor information on securing your wireless network,configuring the wireless router and configuring the wireless card in thelaptop/computer, please click on this link and follow my instructions :-http://www.fixya.com/support/r3559128-wireless_router_security

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What's the difference between WEP and WPA? What should I pick?


WEP is a weak securtiy protocol that is outdated and can be easily broken

WPA is a newer security protocol that is much harder to break with AES encryption

WPA is always recommended mode for operation over WEP.

Use WPA2 which is latest version if it is supported by device.

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What kind of wireless card should I get to put in the desk top computer in the other room so it will work with my westell modem?


NOTE: Client PCs can use any Wireless 802.11b/g card to communicate with VersaLink. The Wireless card and

VersaLink must use the same Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) security code type. The factory default for WEP is

Enabled. Please be sure that your computer's wireless adapter is configured properly for whichever network setting
you use: WEP or WPA. You can access the settings in the advanced properties of the wireless network adapter.

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My ausus eee pc series netbook wont connect to the internet what can ido ?


OK - I just went through 2 hours of madness to finally get this going on mine as well - here's what you need to do.

1. Go to your router settings (security) and if you have WEP enabled, change that to WPA (this is a better security anyway)

Follow this - step by step:
2. double click on your wireless icon (lower right corner of windows) - this will open up the "Wireless Network Connection Status"
3. click "View Wireless Networks" - you'll see all available
4. on the menu items to the left, click on "Change Advanced Settings"
5. pops up the Wireless Network Connection Properties window
6. Click Wireless Networks tab
7. click on your home network, or whichever one you normally connect to
8. when it's highlighted, click "Properties"
9. Make sure that the WEP is NOT selected, and select WPA
10. when you go to connect, it will again ask for your credentials - enter it, it should start checking acquiring network address...and you should get connected.

By the way, I tried updating drivers - restarting, moving closer, blah blah - waste of time. Changing the protocol from WEP to WPA did the trick, but remember you have to do it on the router AND your netbook.

if this helps, shoot me a "positive" on the feedback!!
on your netbook, go into your "view wireless networks" - choose the one that you normally use, for example, your home wireless network

Oct 26, 2009 | ASUS Computers & Internet

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How do I make a secure wireless network


If you don't have the manual, you can download it here.

Look at the chapter "Setting Up Your Wireless LAN" (page 64).

Then follow the guide for "Configuring WPA on the SBG900" (page 66).
Try to avoid WEP, since it is easily hackable and only gives the sense of false security. As encryption, choose WPA AES, because it is more secure than TKIP. WPA Authentication should be "local", since you don't want to run a dedicated server.

Some older laptops cannot deal with WPA-AES. In that case you have to fall back to WEP, but try WPA first.

Furthermore you should change the ESSID from "Motorola" to something more specific for you, so other clients don't connect accidentally to your network (page 71).

If you want to enable MAC filtering is up to you and only makes sense if you never have friends or colleagues coming over with a laptop. I would leave it off and enable it at a later point, after you see that everything is running fine.

Don't forget to set up your computers as well! You have to provide the passphrase for them, otherwise they can't connect (see page 75). The way I do it is to create a strong (!) passphrase like "V0y6Mmb90y...", copy it into a text document (use notepad), and save it on a USB stick. form there you can copy it to the field, when Windows (or Mac) asks for the network key.
No typos = no headaches.

If you have any more questions, just come back here and leave a comment - I'm happy to help.

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Hack wep


Here you do not find support for illegal activity.
WEP keys are used to protect privacy and I do not see any valid reason why someone would like to crack into a protected connection.

Mar 03, 2009 | D-Link AirPlus Xtreme G DWL-2000AP...

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Connect with netgear 2.4


In case of Intel 2011B,
  • First disable the Intel proset utility in ur computer
  • for that, follow these steps--
  • start - run - services.msc- wireless zero configuration1eb5a1b.png-
  • And then u will be able to connect ...
  • Incase of further queries u can revert back to me...

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