PC+iPod Touch = my wifi cracked

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  1. teddyknox

    teddyknox New Member

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    Hello,
    I have a project I'm pursuing. I am trying to crack my own wifi, but because aircrack-ng is not compatible with my wireless card, I am trying to see if I can use TCPdump on my jailbroken ipod touch 2.2 to sniff IV's (and then log them to a text file) and then crack the password on my pc using aircrack (and the text file i created).

    So my question is....
    What do I need to type into the terminal to create a text file containing packets I've sniffed (using tcpdump) that is compatible with aircrack?

    (i can just ssh the .txt out of my ipod to use with aircrack)
  2. jeriscool

    jeriscool New Member

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    i bearly understud that but dose this mean you could acsess wifi anywear?
  3. teddyknox

    teddyknox New Member

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    If you had a pc to crack the text file i guess so. But it would have to be your own network because if it wasn't it would be ILLEGAL!

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  4. teddyknox

    teddyknox New Member

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    Guys, whats should I write in the terminal?
  5. franky_402

    franky_402 New Member

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    Will not work, the ipods wifi chip cannot enter monitor mode which is required to sniff packets, have you ever wardriven before????
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    broadcom chips simply do not support it at all, now if our ipods came with an atheros chip then it would be possible
  6. teddyknox

    teddyknox New Member

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    ive tried out tcpdump before and i saw a bunch of stuff coming up. isn't that capturing packets?

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