Getting the schools WEP Key help

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  1. tim4rd

    tim4rd New Member

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    Right, I have tried using the posted wep.exe on the school computer, I logged in on a wireless enabled computer in the school and it found it then I booted wep.exe and it said saved to C:/ which you all know is generally the local drive, however our computers run on a network meaning I had no chance to access the C drive.

    My first question is:

    Can someone re-write the program so that it writes the WEP.txt to an external usb stick or the drive that you boot it off?

    The other question is:

    Can I use this to help me find out the school network key:

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  2. tim4rd

    tim4rd New Member

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    So its not possible then? What about when my mininote turns up i can use an airsnorter type thing?
  3. intopuddles

    intopuddles New Member

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    You'd want to reset the wireless settings on the computer in question when you install the keylogger. Most of the time, these will be saved, hence nobody would be typing them in.
  4. wearmaize

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    If you want a teacher's password, you can do this:
    1) Get a USB Drive and Install Mobile Firefox (U3 Drives work best).
    2) At your login screen when the school asks you to confirm your passowrd, type in your teacher's username/random passowrd. When firefox asks what to do with the password, click save.
    3) Be denied by the server
    4) When your school blocks some educational site, have your teacher enter her password so you can access it.
    5) Now, go to Tools > Firefox options > Security > View Passwords.

    Done!

    *educational and creative purposes only*
    Disclaimer: I am not responsible for anything that happens to you.

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