Design flaws in many routers can allow hackers to steal Wi-Fi credentials, even if WPA or WPA2 encryption is used with a strong password. While this tactic used to take up to 8 hours, the newer WPS Pixie-Dust attack can crack networks in seconds. To do this, a modern wireless attack framework called Airgeddon is used to find vulnerable networks, and then Bully is used to crack them.
When attacking a Wi-Fi network, the first and most obvious place for a hacker to look is the type of network encryption. While WEP networks are easy to crack, most easy techniques to crack WPA and WPA2 encrypted Wi-Fi rely on the password being bad or having the processing power to churn through enough results to make brute-forcing a practical approach.
In some cases, an access point's encryption is not the weakest point of the network, so it's good to think outside of the box, or, in this case ... focus on the box. Since the source of the Wi-Fi signal is being broadcast from the router's hardware, the device itself would be a great target to attack instead of the encryption. And one weakness many access points have is a feature called Wi-Fi Protected Setup, which we will learn how to exploit in this guide.
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If you forget the password to your access point, Wi-Fi Protected Setup, better known simply as WPS, lets you connect to the network using an 8-digit number printed on the bottom of the router. This is somewhat more convenient than just resetting the router with the button on the back, but also a massive security hole because of the way many routers deal with implementing this feature.
WPS PINs have been attacked by two successive generations of attacks, starting with the most basic brute-forcing methods targeting the way some routers split the PIN into two separate halves before checking them. Years later, another attack emerged that remains effective against many routers and greatly reduces the amount of time needed to attack a target.
The Reaver brute-force attack was a radical new weapon for Wi-Fi hacking when it was presented in 2011. One of the first practical attacks against WPA- and WPA2-encrypted networks, it totally ignored the type of encryption a network used, exploiting poor design choices in the WPS protocol.
Reaver allowed a hacker to sit within range of a network and brute-force the WPS PIN, spilling all the credentials for the router. Worse, the 8-digit-long PIN could be guessed in two separate halves, allowing for the attack to take significantly shorter than working against the full length of the PIN.
While it did require a hacker to be within range of the target Wi-Fi network, it was able to penetrate even WPA and WPA2 networks with strong passwords using an online attack. This is opposed to an offline attack, such as WPA handshake brute-forcing, which does not require you to be connected to the network to succeed. While this was a limitation, the benefit is that there is typically no sign of this kind of attack to the average user.
The Reaver attack proved extremely popular, and since 2011, many routers now have protections to detect and shut down a Reaver-type attack. In particular, these attacks have been greatly slowed by rate-limiting, which forces a hacker to wait several seconds before each PIN attack. Many routers will now "lock" the WPS setting in response to too many failed PIN attempts. This has led the Reaver attack to be considered deprecated against most modern routers.
While routers updated some settings to prevent routers from being attacked via brute-force, serious flaws still existed in the way many routers implement encryption. In programming, it's difficult to create truly random numbers, which is required to produce strong encryption. To do this, we use a function that starts with a number called a "seed," which, after being passed into the function, produces a pseudo-random number.
If you use a long or varying "seed" number, you can get the same result as a number that's actually random, but if you use an easily guessed "seed," or even worse ... the same one repeatedly, you create weak encryption that is easy to break. This is exactly what router manufacturers did, giving rise to Pixie-Dust, the second generation of WPS PIN attacks.
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Since many routers with WPS enabled use known functions to produce random numbers with seed values like "0" or the time stamp of the beginning of the WPS transaction, the WPS key exchange has fatal flaws in the way it encrypts messages. This allows the WPS PIN to be cracked in a matter of seconds.
Our tool of choice for demonstrating a WPS Pixie-Dust attack will be a wireless attack framework called Airgeddon. Integrating many wireless attack tools into a suite well suited for beginners, Airgeddon will allow you to select and configure your wireless card, find and load targeting data from nearby networks, and attack targeted networks — all from the same tool.
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There are some trade-offs to using Airgeddon, as the way it passes data between reconnaissance and attack modules requires you to be able to open multiple terminal windows in a GUI desktop environment. If you are using SSH to access your Kali device, you may need to target vulnerable networks using the wash command included in the Reaver tool and pass the data manually to the Bully tool instead.
Since different wireless network cards work better or worse with Reaver or Bully, Airgeddon lets you pass target data between the two scripts and find the sweet spot for your wireless card, the attack module you are using, and the target you are attacking.
To use the Bully module of Airgeddon, you'll need to be running Kali Linux or another supported distro. Make sure your Kali Linux is fully updated before you begin, as you'll need several packages installed for this tool to work.
You'll also need a wireless network adapter capable of packet injection and wireless monitor mode. We recommend the Panda PAU09, or you can check out our guide linked below to see other popular wireless network adapters.
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Finally, make sure you have permission from the owner of the network you're testing this tool on before you start. This tool can work very quickly, and if the network is monitored, you will leave evidence in the logs.
First, you'll need to install Airgeddon by cloning the git repository. Open a terminal window, and type the following to clone the repo, change directory to the new folder, and run "airgeddon.sh" as a bash script.
git clone github.com/v1s1t0r1sh3r3/airgeddon.gitcd airgeddon
sudo bash ./airgeddon.sh
If it works, you should see an alien loading screen. Don't get too spooked, the script will start soon.
Airgeddon will detect your OS and terminal resolution. Press return to check on all the tools contained in the framework.
Airgeddon will do a check to see what essential tools are installed. You should try to make sure you have a completely green board before you begin, but in particular, you will need Bully for this attack. To install a missing repo, you have a number of options. The easiest is to follow the format below.
apt-get install (whatever you are missing)
If that doesn't work, you can also try using Python pip to install Python modules by typing pip3 install nameofwhatyouaremissing into a terminal window. When all the results are a green "Ok," press return to proceed to the adapter selection.
In the next step, Airgeddon will list your network adapters. Select the one you wish to use for the attack by typing the number next to it. You may want to change the MAC address of your adapter with a tool like GNU MAC Changer before doing this.
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In this case, I am selecting my dual-band 2.4 and 5 GHz network card, which is option 3.
Next, you will be dropped into the main attack screen. In this case, I will be performing a WPS attack, so I will select option 8 and press return.
Now, you will need to put your card into monitor mode. Rather than the usual airmon-ng commands, simply type the number 2 into the menu, and press return.
If all goes well, your card should be put into monitor mode and change its name. Airgeddon will keep track of the changed name, and you will be able to proceed to the targeting menu.
To find vulnerable routers, you can now turn your card to the networks in the immediate area by selecting option 4, scan for targets. If you have a dual-band card, you will be asked if you want to scan the 2.4 or 5 GHz spectrum, allowing you to decide what kind of networks to target. Type Y for 5 GHz and N for 2.4 GHz.
A window should open showing you all of the vulnerable networks. Allow it to stay open for a few scans while your card runs up and down the wireless channels and tries to find new networks. After waiting for about a minute, exit out of the window, or hit Ctrl C.
You should see your Wi-Fi target data loaded into a selector screen, meaning you're ready to load target data into an attack module!
Now, you should see a screen which contains target data for each vulnerable network you detected. Type the number of the network you want to target to pass the targeting data to Airgeddon, and press return. Next, you will select which attack module will use these values as an argument.
In my example, my WPS attack screen is now fully live and ready to fire. My wireless card is in monitor mode, and I have selected a network by BSSID, channel number, ESSID, and other information I pulled from my scan. Now, all I need to do is select an attack module.
As you can see below, quite a few are offered. Depending on your wireless card, you will have more luck with either Reaver or Bully. In this guide, we're focusing on Bully, so type 7 to load the target data into the Bully attack module, and press return.
The final value you will need to input is the timeout, or how long before the program assumes the attack has failed. For now, set the value to around 55 seconds. Press return, and the attack will begin.
Once you start the attack module, a window will open with red text on the screen. If communication is successful, you will see many encrypted transactions like the one in the image below. If you are out of range or the target isn't really vulnerable, you will see failed transactions.
As soon as Bully has the needed data to break the PIN, it will pass it to the WPS Pixie-Dust program.
This can happen in a matter of seconds or less, but if your connection is weak, it may take as long as a few minutes. You should see the cracked PIN and the Wi-Fi password appear at the bottom of the screen. That's it! You have complete access to the router.
If you write down the PIN, you can use the "custom PIN association" module to be able to get the new password any time it's changed until the target buys a new router or disables WPS. This also works if you just got the PIN but didn't get the router to dump the Wi-Fi credentials.
The best and most obvious solution to pulling the plug on a Pixie-Dust attack is to disable the nebulously useful feature at the heart of the issue — Wi-Fi Protected Setup. You can easily reset your router with the reset button located on virtually all routers, meaning pretty much no one will be sad if you disable the WPS feature. You can do this through the administration page of most routers.
Another important piece of information is that older routers may say they have disabled the WPS option when, in fact, they are still vulnerable to this attack even with this setting supposedly "off." This is a serious issue for older hardware, and if you test this tool against an older router with the WPS set to "off" and the attack succeeds, your only option may be simply replacing the hardware and buying a new router.
Hardware-based attacks are a brilliant way of bypassing a strong password, and sustained interest in this attack vector continues to fuel the cat-and-mouse game between router manufacturers, ISPs, and the hackers trying to break into these devices. Learning the history of Reaver and the evolution to WPS Pixie-Dust-based attacks will keep you on the bleeding edge of Wi-Fi hacking and expand your hacking toolkit to enable you to take on any router with vulnerable WPS enabled.
I hope you enjoyed this guide to hacking WPS PINs with Airgeddon! If you have any questions about this tutorial or Airgeddon, feel free to leave a comment or reach me on Twitter @KodyKinzie. We'll be doing more in our Wi-Fi hacking series, so stay tuned Photoshop Brushes Pack 18 of 23
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In this article we are discussing Remote Desktop penetration testing in four scenarios. Through that we are trying to explain how an attacker can breach security in different- different scenario and what types of major step should take by admin while activating RDP services to resist against attack.
Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) also known as “Terminal Services Client” is a proprietary protocol developed by Microsoft, which provides a user with a graphical interface to connect to another computer over a network connection. RDP servers are built into Windows operating systems; by default, the server listens on TCP port 3389.
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Suppose admin has allowed remote desktop service in his system for local network connection.
Scanning RDP with nmap
Attacker may take help of nmap to verify whether port 3389 is activated or not. For RDP penetration we are also using nmap in order to scan targeted system (192.168.0.102) for open RDP port.
|nmap -p 3389 192.168.0.102|
If remote desktop service is allowed then nmap will show OPEN as state for port 3389, as shown in given image.
Brute force attack on RDP
In order to connect with RDP we always need login credential as authenticated connection. A valid user can enter his username and password but an invalid user (attacker) cannot able to guess correct credential for login therefore they retrieve credential through brute force attack.
We are using hydra to demonstrate brute force attack on RDP.
Hydra: It is a parallelized login cracker which supports numerous protocols to attack. It is very fast and flexible, and new modules are easy to add. This tool makes it possible for researchers and security consultants to show how easy it would be to gain unauthorized access to a system remotely.
Open terminal in your kali Linux and type following command:
|hydra -V -f -L /root/Desktop/user.txt -P /root/Desktop/dict.txt rdp://192.168.0.102|
From given below image you can read the username: ignite and password: 123456 which we have retrieve through brute force attack on port 3389.
Using this credential attacker can login for Remote Desktop service.
Add Security Policy against brute force
Admin can protect their network from brute force attack using Account lockout policy. Configure following policies under Security setting > Account policies > Account lockout policies
Account Lockout duration: Policy which defines the time period that a locked out account remains locked until become automatically unlock by itself or reset by admin. It will lock the account for specified time when user will cross the login attempt set by account lockout threshold.
Account lockout threshold: Policy which defines the number of fail logon attempt and will lock account for some period of time specified by Account lockout duration. It will allow maximum number of specified attempts for sing-in into your account.
Rest Account lockout counter after: Policy which defines the time period that must elapse after a failed logon attempt. The reset time must be less than or equal to the Account lockout duration.
Account Lockout duration: 30 minutes
Account lockout threshold: 2 invalid logon attempts
Rest Account lockout counter after: 30 minutes
If the number of attempts is greater than the value of Account lockout threshold, the attacker could potentially lock every account.
Now let’s test Account lockout policy by again making brute force attack on port 3389.
|hydra -V -f -l ignite-l ignite-P /root/Desktop/dict.txt rdp://192.168.0.102|
When attacker retrieves the username and password, he will surely use them for login but as you can see it took more than 2 attempts to crack the password therefore according to set policies the account should be get locked for 30 minutes.
Let’s assure it by login into remote desktop
Open the terminal and type “rdesktop 192.168.0.102
From given image you can observe that we have entered above discovered username and password ignite: 12345.
When you (attacker) will submit your credential then it will give you a message that current account has been locked out and cannot be logon as shown in given image.
This will lock the account of the user ignite for 30 minutes and hence admin will come to know that someone has tried brute force attack for unauthorized access.
In this way we can protect brute force attack for unauthorized access.
Scan port 3389 for DOS attack
Many times in order to identify whether host is vulnerable to RDP or not, attacker use exploit MS12-020-check to test its strength.
Open the terminal in your kali Linux and Load metasploit framework now type following command to scan for vulnerability.
|use auxiliary/scanner/rdp/ms12_020_checkmsf auxiliary(ms12_020_check) > set rhosts 192.168.0.102msf auxiliary(ms12_020_check) >set rport 3389msf auxiliary(ms12_020_check) > exploit|
From given image you can it is showing target is vulnerable, now you can use Google to find its exploit for attack.
Once attack knows that target port 3389 is vulnerable MS12-020-check then he will surly try to make an attack with Ms12-0200maxchannelids. This will launch a DOS attack on target system.
Now Type following command for DOS attack which will crash the system.
|use auxiliary/dos/windows/rdp/ms12_020_maxchannelidsmsf auxiliary(ms12_020_maxchannelids) > set rhost 192.168.0.102msf auxiliary(ms12_020_maxchannelids) > set rhost 3389msf auxiliary(ms12_020_maxchannelids) > exploit|
From given below image you can notice the target is system is being shutting down due some problem.
Criminal executor of DoS attacks often target sites or services hosted on high-profile web servers such as banks or credit card payment gateways to make a machine or network resource unavailable to its intended users by temporarily or indefinitely disrupting services of a host connected to the Internet.
Enable RDP in Victims PC (2nd Scenario)
If attacker has hacked victim system in which RDP service is not enable then attacker himself can active this service using post exploitation module built by Rapid 7 inside metasploit.
Now to perform this we must need a meterpreter session of target system. From given image you can notice that have already meterpreter session of target system.
Here we have meterpreter session 1 through multi handler and session 2 from bypassuac for admin privileges.
Now type following command for generation post exploitation to enable RDP service.
|use post/windows/manage/enable_rdpmsf post(enable_rdp) > sessionsmsf post(enable_rdp) >exploit|
This module makes it possible to apply the ‘sticky keys’ hack to a session with appropriate rights. The hack provides a means to get a SYSTEM shell using UI-level interaction at an RDP login screen or via a UAC confirmation dialog.
|use post/windows/manage/sticky_keysmsf post(sticky_keys) > set sessions 2msf post(sticky_keys) >exploit|
Now connect with remote desktop using following command:
It will ask to submit the credential for login but we are not aware of it therefore we had lunched stick key attack above so that we can access victim command prompt by hitting 5 times shift key as shown in given image.
Another way to enable RDP
When you are holding meterpreter session of victim’s system type following command which enable RDP service moreover set credential of your own choice.
|meterpreter> run getgui -e -u raaz -p 1234|
From given image you can observe it has edited user raaz with password 1234 into “Remote Desktop Users” and in “Administrators”. Now you can login with created user, connect with remote desktop using following command:
Enter username: raaz and password: 1234 for login.
Awesome!!! We had successfully login into remote system.
Port Forwarding (3rd scenario)
You can forward port 3389 on another port for increasing system security although to perform this in your window operating system explore following location through registry editor.
From given image you can see in the right panel port number is heighted, Click on it.
Shift Port from 3389 to specific port number
You will get an edit DWORD window where that you can edit 32 bit value. By default it will show d3d which is hexadecimal value for 3389.
Replace 3389 value from another value of your choice such as 3314 and select hexadecimal as base which will convert 3314 into cf2.
From given image you can see port 3314 is open now.
Secure RDP through window firewall (4th Scenario)
Open window Firewall with Advance settings then move into its inbound rules and explore Remote Desktop (TCP-In) for domain profile for adding security filter by making some change in firewall setting.
Allow traffic from specific IP
After that it will open a window for changing its properties, click on scope. Here you will get two panels for type of connection establishes local and remote IP address.
In remote IP address choose 2nd option for specific IP address and enter an IP to which you want to allow for connecting remote desktop services as shown in given image.
It will stop all traffic coming from another IPs and increase the security of your network against any kind of attack.
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Today I am goingto share a Method to hack Wifi Password, using this method we can hack wifiWPA/WPA2 – WPS enabled networks within seconds, the easiest and best way to Hackwpa/wpa2 - wps networks in windows. This hack works only on wps enabled networks.
Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) and Wi-Fi Protected Access II (WPA2) are two securityprotocols and security certification programs developed by the Wi-Fi Alliance to secure wireless computer networks.The Alliance defined these in response to serious weaknesses researchers hadfound in the previous system, WEP(Wired Equivalent Privacy).
WPAbecameavailable in 2003. The Wi-Fi Alliance intended it as an intermediate measure inanticipation of the availability of the more secure and complex WPA2. WPA2became available in 2004 and is a common shorthand for the full IEEE 802.11i(or IEEE 802.11i-2004) standard.
A flawin a feature added to Wi-Fi,called Wi-Fi Protected Setup,allows WPA and WPA2 security to be bypassed and effectively broken in manysituations. WPA and WPA2 security implemented withoutusing the Wi-Fi Protected Setup feature are unaffected by the securityvulnerability.
WPA2 has replaced WPA. WPA2,which requires testing and certification by the Wi-Fi Alliance, implements themandatory elements of IEEE 802.11i. In particular, it includes mandatorysupport for CCMP, an AES-based encryption mode with strongsecurity. Certification began inSeptember, 2004; from March 13, 2006, WPA2 certification is mandatory for allnew devices to bear the Wi-Fi trademark.
Wi-FiProtected Setup (WPS; originally Wi-Fi Simple Config) is a network securitystandard that attempts to allow users to easily secure awirelesshome network but could fall to brute-forceattacks if one or more of the network's access points do not guardagainst the attack.
1. This Hack works on Wpa/Wpa2 – WpsUnlocked Networks only
2. Does not work on all Routers all encryption's, so cannothack all the wifi networks Available near you. At least this method can’t.
3. Not all Networks or routers can be hacked using this method.
4. While hacking some networks it says "Wireless ConfigurationFailed " that means jumpstart (the software that we are going to use tohack wifi password) cannot hack that network.
Many people asked me, is there any to hack wifi Wpa and Wpa2through Windows, So Here is the article for Hacking Wifi Wpa/Wp2 NetworksThrough Windows also in Few minutes
1) Laptop or USBwifi Adapter
2) WindowsOperating System
6) NetFrameWork 4.5
7) Wpa/Wpa2 – WPS Networks Available with at least8% signal
1) Wincap – Download2) JumpStart – Download
3) NetFrameWork 4.5 – Direct Download
4) Dumpper – Download
Install in the order of download links given above so as to avoid any errors.
Download and Install all the Above Given Software’s one by one,even If a single software installation is missed (Except Dumpper), a lot oferrors might occur which disables the function of other software which resultsin failure of hack. Be careful while downloading and installing thesesoftware’s.
Tutorial To Hack Wifi WPA/WPA 2 - WPS Networks
1) AfterDownloading and Installing all the Software’s Open Dumper (No need ofInstalling Dumper, whenever you are interested in hacking, all you need to do is open Dumpper )
2) Select your Network Adapter Now Click on “Scan”,There you can see all the available Wifi Networks
3) NowMove on to the “WPS” Tab, where you can see all the available wps networks
4) Select“All Networks”
5) NowClick on “Scan”
6) Selecta Network That You Want Hack
7) NowClick On Start JumpStart
8) JumpStartWill Automatically Start The Process And Complete The Hack
9) NowThe Hack is Completed, You are already connected to the network that you Hacked
10)Clickon “Profiles” to see the Details and Passwords of the wifi Networks That YouHacked
11)Select a Network and There you can find the details and passwords of the networksthat you hacked
12)Thereis another method to see the password of the network that you hacked
13)Rightclick on the Networks and select “Open Network and Sharing Center”
14)Nowclick on the “Connection: Network Name”
15)Thenthe Properties of the Connected Network Will Appear, Now select “WirelessProperties”
16)Nowmove to “Security” Tab
17)MarkOn “Show Characters” and the Password of the Wifi Network is Shown
This is how a Wifi WPA/WPA2-WPS Network is hacked.
This is the Simplest Method ever to wifi wpa/wap2- wps that too inwindows, till now I did not post wifi hacking through windows, this is my veryfirst post on Wifi Hacking through Windows, all my other Wifi Hacking articlesare hacking through Kali Linux
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Normally some of the wifi networks cannot be hacked through thismethod, this method has many limitations. So, I want to show you all a veryPerfect Easy way of hacking Wifi WPA/WPA2 – WPS (Locked and Unlocked). My NextArticle Is on Hacking Wifi WPA/WPA2 So Don’t Miss It
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If you are Struck anywhere in the process of hacking wifi, feel free to comment below, i will help you solve your problems. Before that please check Frequently asked questions. you might find the answer you are looking for.
Ans: Yes, itworks, but not on all kinds of networks and routers. As i mentioned in theabove article using jumpstart you can hack only wifi routers secured withwpa/wpa2 - wps enabled
Ans: Same answer asabove, because it is not programmed to hack advanced routers. To put it intosimple words, router is much more stronger than the attack
3) Hacking With JumpStart Failed, howshould i hack this particular network now
Ans: By tryingthis method, many people might think that hacking is very easy, by usingsoftware we will be able to hack any kind of software, but its not true.Hacking is not easy at all. There are many other methods to hack wifi, but nota lot of methods though windows. This is the very basic method of hacking. weneed to go into a little advanced methods of wifi hacking to hack the securitysystem of present day routers.
4) Networks Found in Wifi Tab butnothing in WPS Tab, what should i do not
Ans: This isneither your fault or Dumpper's or the system's fault. this happened becausethere are no WPS enabled networks near you, that's it. It clearly means Dumppercan not hack the networks that are not WPS Disabled. so you need to go foranother method of wifi hacking, which means you need to work a little on KaliLinux to hack, even though its not as easy as Dumpper. Click here To read what to do if Dumpperdoesnt work.
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