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Aircrack is the most popular and widely-known wireless password
cracking tool. It is used as 802.11 WEP and WPA-PSK keys cracking tool
around the globe. It first captures packets of the network and then try
to recover password of the network by analyzing packets. It also
implements standard FMS attacks with some optimizations to recover or
crack password of the network. optimizations include KoreK attacks and
PTW attack to make the attack much faster than other WEP password
cracking tools. This tool is powerful and used most widely across the
world. This is the reason I am adding it at the top of the list.
It offers console interface. If you find this tool hard to use, you
can try the available online tutorials. Company behind this tool also
offers online tutorial to let you learn by yourself.
AirSnort is another popular wireless LAN password cracking tool. It
can crack WEP keys of Wi-Fi802.11b network. This tool basically operates
by passively monitoring transmissions and then computing the encryption
key when enough packets have been gathered. This tool is freely
available for Linux and Windows platform. It is also simple to use. The
tool has not been updated for around three years, but it seems that
company behind this tool is now interested in further development. This
tool is also directly involved in WEP cracking and hence used widely.
Kismet is another Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n layer 2 wireless network
sniffer and intrusion detection system. This tool is basically used in
Wi-Fi troubleshooting. It works fine with any Wi-Fi card supporting
rfmon mode. It is available for Windows, Linux, OS X and BSD platforms.
This tool passively collects packets to identify standard network and
also detects the hidden networks. Built on a client server modular
architecture, this tool can sniff 802.11b, 802.11a, 802.11g, and 802.11n
traffic. It is an open source tool and supports recent faster wireless
4. Cain & Able
Cain & Able is another popular tool used for cracking wireless
network passwords. This tool was developed to intercept the network
traffic and then use the brute forcing to discover the passwords. This
is why this tool helps a lot while finding the password of wireless
network by analyzing the routing protocols. This tool can also be used
to crack other kind of passwords. It is one of the most popular password
This tool is not just for WEP cracking but various other features are
also there. It is basically used for Windows password cracking. This is
the reason this tool is so popular among users.
WireShark is a very popular tool in networking. It is the network
protocol analyzer tool which lets you check different things in your
office or home network. You can live capture packets and analyze packets
to find various things related to network by checking the data at the
micro-level. This tool is available for Windows, Linux, OS X, Solaris,
FreeBSD and other platforms.
If you are thinking to try this tool, I recommend you to first read
about networking and protocols. WireShark requires good knowledge of
network protocols to analyze the data obtained with the tool. If you do
not have good knowledge of that, you may not find this tool interesting.
So, try only if you are sure about your protocol knowledge.
Wireshark does is one of the most popular tool in networking and this is why it was included in this list in higher position.
6. Fern WiFi Wireless Cracker
Fern WiFi Wireless Cracker is another nice tool which helps with
network security. It lets you see real-time network traffic and identify
hosts. Basically this tool was developed to find flaws in computer
networks and fixes the detected flaws. It is available for Apple,
Windows and Linux platforms.
it is able to crack and recover WEP/WPA/WPS keys easily. It can also
run other network based attacks on wireless or Ethernet based networks.
For cracking WPA/WPA2, it uses WPS based on dictionary based attacks.
For WEP cracking, it uses Fragmentation, Chop-Chop, Caffe-Latte, Hirte,
ARP Request Replay or WPS attack.
This tool is in active development. SO, you can expect timely update
with new features. Pro version of the tool is also available which
offers much features.
CoWPAtty is another nice wireless password cracking tool. It is an
automated dictionary attack tool for WPA-PSK to crack the passwords. It
runs on Linux OS and offers a less interesting command line interface to
work with. It runs on a word-list containing thousands of password to
use in the attack. If the password is in the password’s word-list, this
tool will surely crack the password. But this tool is slow and speed
depends on the word list and password’s strength. Another reason for
slow process is that the hash uses SHA1 with a seed of SSID. It means
the same password will have a different SSIM. So, you cannot simply use
the rainbow table against all access points. So, the tool uses the
password dictionary and generates the hash for each word contained in
the dictionary by using the SSID. This tool is simple to use with
With the newer version of the tool CoWPAtty tried to improve the
speed by using a pre-computed hash file to avoid the computation at the
time of cracking. This pre-computed file contains around 172000
dictionary file for around 1000 most popular SSIDs. But for successful
attack, your SSID must be in that list. If your SSID is not in those
1000, you are unlucky. Still, you can try this tool to see how it works.
Airjack is a Wi-Fi 802.11 packet injection
tool. It is used to perform DOS attack and MIM attack. This wireless
cracking tool is very useful in injecting forged packets and making a
network down by denial of service attack. This tool can also be used for
a man in the middle attack in the network. This tool is popular and
WepAttack is another working open source Linux tool for breaking
802.11 WEP keys. Like few other tools in the list, this tool also
performs an active dictionary attack. It tests millions of words from
its dictionary to find the working key for the network. Only a working
WLAN card is required to work with WepAttack to perform the attack.
Limited usability but works awesome on supported WLAN cards.
NetStumbler is another wireless password cracking tool available only
for Windows platform. It helps in finding open wireless access points.
This tool is freely available. Basically NetStumbler is used for
wardriving, verifying network configurations, finding locations with a
poor network, detecting unauthorized access points, and more.
This tool is not very effective now. Main reason is that last stable
release of the tool was back in April 2004 around 11 years ago. So, it
does not work with 64-bit Windows OS. It can also be easily detected
with most of the wireless intrusion detection systems available. So, you
can use this tool for learning purpose on home network to see how it
A trimmed down version dubbed as ‘MiniStumbler’ of the tool is also
available. This tool is too old but it still works fine on supported
systems. So, I included it in this list.
inSSIDer is one of the most popular Wi-Fi scanner for Microsoft
Windows and OS X platforms. This tool was released under open source
license and also awarded as “Best Open Source Software in Networking”.
Later it became premium tool and now costs $19.99. The inSSIDer Wi-Fi
scanner can do various tasks, including finding open Wi-Fi access
points, tracking signal strength, and saving logs with GPS records.
Basically this tool is used by network administrators to find the issues
in the wireless networks
Wifiphisher is another nice hacking tool to get password of a
wireless network. This tool can execute fast automated phishing attack
against a Wi-Fi wireless network to steal passwords. This tool comes
pre-installed on Kali Linux. It is free to use and is available for
Windows, MAC and Linux.
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KisMac is tool very much similar to Kismet, we added in the list
above. It offers features similar to Kismet and is used as wireless
network discovery hacking tool. As the name suggests, this tool is only
available for Mac. It scans for networks passively only on supported
wireless cards and then try to crack WEP and WPA keys by using brute
force or exploiting any flaw.
Reaver is an open-source tool for performing brute force attack
against WPS to recover WPA/WPA2 pass keys. This tool is hosted on Google
Code and may disappear soon if developer has not migrated it to another
platform. It was last updated around 4 years ago. Similar to other
tools, this tool can be a good alternate to other tools in the list
which use same attack method.
Wifite is also a nice tool which supports cracking WPS encrypted
networks via reaver. It works on Linux based operating systems. It
offers various nice features related to password cracking.
WepDecrypt is another wireless LAN tool written in C language. This
tool can guess the WEP keys by performing dictionary attack, distributed
network attack, key generator and some other methods. This tool needs
few libraries to work. You can read more details on the download page.
Tool is not so popular but it is good for beginners to see how
dictionary attack works.
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OmniPeek is a packet sniffer and network packets analyzer tool. This
tool is only available for Windows platform and is available for
commercial use only. It also requires you to have good knowledge of
network protocols and understanding of network packets. It works with
most of the network interface cards available in market. With available
plugins, this tool can become more powerful. Around 40 plugins are
already available to extend the functions of this tool.
CloudCracker is an online password cracking tool to crack WPA keys of
Wireless network. This tool can also be used to crack various other
kind of password hashes. You only need to upload the handshake file and
enter the network name to start the attack. With 3000 million words long
dictionary, this tool is most likely to crack the password. This tool
is also used for MD5, SHA and few other cracking. It is also an
effective tool and worth to mention if we talk about wireless cracking
19. CommonView for Wi-Fi
CommonView for Wi-Fi is also a popular wireless network monitor and
packer analyzer tool. It comes with easy to understand and use GUI to
work with. This tool is basically for Wi-Fi network admins and security
professionals who want to monitor and troubleshoot network related
problems. It works fine with Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac networks. It
captures every single packet and lets you see useful information of the
network. You can also get useful information like protocol distribution,
access points, signal strength and more. This tool offers key
information about a network and has a good value for network admins.
Pyrit is also a very good tool which lets you perform attack on IEEE
802.11 WPA/WPA2-PSK authentication. This tool is available for free and
is hosted on Google Code. SO, it could be disappearing in coming months.
It works on range of platforms including FreeBSD, MacOS X and Linux.
It performs brute-force attack to crack the WPA/WPA-2 passwords. It
is very effective and I recommend you to try it once. Due to its
effectiveness, it was necessary to mention this tool in this list.