[LINUX ONLY] A (completely native) python3 wifi brute-force attack using the 100k most common passwords (2021)
This script is purely for educational use. Any consequenses or damages arising from the usage of it in an illegal or unethical way are purely the fault of the end-user, and in no way is the developer responsible for it.
- Via executable
$ cd path/to/wifi-bf/dist $ sudo ./wifi-bf
- Via python (direct)
$ cd path/to/wifi-bg/src $ python3 __main__.py
After starting the program, a menu will appear containing all available nearby networks.
From there, just enter the number network to attack, and a menu like below will appear.
The colors output by the program mean the following: Color Code Information
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