Cracking WPA2 Using a Large Wordlist Without Wasting Storage
In this video, you’ll learn how hackers can hack Wi-Fi Networks using a Large Wordlist without Wasting Storage.
One of the issues when performing a dictionary attack against your Wireless Access Point is that the wordlist size is very huge and you have to have large disk space in order to save the wordlist.
To fix the issue, we can redirect crunch generated password combinations to aircrack-ng.
Please keep in mind that I am attacking my own Wi-Fi Access Point. If you want to test the attack, please perform against your own network.
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