Saturday, April 13, 2019

Stealing the WPA2 Passphrase with Linset

Linset is a bash wireless security tool that allows you to hack and steal the victim's WiFi password by disconnecting the victim from his or her WiFi router and forcing the victim to connect to your fake access point created by your laptop. After connecting to your laptop which is also the fake access point, the victim has to re-enter the password to reconnect to the Internet, but this time you will be able to capture the password and the user will reconnect back to his or her access point as if nothing has happened. 

Follow the instruction below to learn how to install Linset and watch the video to learn how to use Linset.

1. Turn on your Kali machine, open a terminal and type in the following command:

git clone https://github.com/chunkingz/linsetmv1-2.git

cd linsetmv1-2


2. Now give execute permission to the linsetmv1-2.sh file by typing in chmod a+x linsetmv1-2.sh. After you have given permission to execute the linsetmv1-2.sh file, type in bash linsetmv1-2.sh to run Linset.


3. If everything was done successfully, you will see a screen like the one I have below. Note that you must have a wireless card for this to work. If you are doing this on a VM you might have to plug in a USB wireless card and set your VM to detect the USB wireless card in order for Linset to work without error.


4. Linset is very simple to use and do not require much typing beside choosing the option you want to use. However, if you want to learn more about Linset and how to use it you can watch the video below to learn more.



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