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  • chopchop
    First release of chopchop. WEP cracker which uses the AP to decipher packets. Easiest one are ARP's. Takes 10-20s. Included within patches for wlan-ng to inject packets in monitor mode (I'll try to do hostap for the next release). That's about it. Bits and pieces are missing here and there (only decodes IP/ARP traffic), but it's pretty complete. Bug reports are welcome.
    Category:   Software > Cracking Wep

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