Hack WEP protected wireless in 5 easy steps

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For this article I’m using Aircrack-ng tool set which can be downloaded for free from their site and can be installed on all Linux distributions as well as on Windows, but for this article I will show examples using my Ubuntu laptop installed with Aircrack-ng which I’ve downloaded from the default APT repositories.

Since it is well known that WEP is not a secured method to secure your network it is less seen as time passes, but some businesses still do and here we will show you how it can be hacked and and it’s password can be gained.

System Requirements:

A Linux machine installed with Aircrack-ng (can be downloaded from here).
A Wireless network adapter which has the ‘Packet Injection’ feature, a list of supported cards can be found here.

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Geek-KB.com does not encourage, condone, or orchestrate attempts of hacking into other servers or any other illegal activities. All actions taken by users are strictly independent of Geek-KB.com. We are not responsible for any misuse of the techniques listed on this website.
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Geek-KB.com does not encourage, condone, or orchestrate attempts of hacking into other servers or any other illegal activities. All actions taken by users are strictly independent of Geek-KB.com. We are not responsible for any misuse of the techniques listed on this website.
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