BEINI 1.2.2 Manual for WPA keys
New Manual LaCuevaWifi for wireless audits. This time we tried the 1.2.2 BEINI a card with chipset Ralink 3070L, namely a USB 2000mW Crotalus.
The first thing to do is start BEINI. It may be a Live CD or Live USB. Once we started this screen:
We will now start the application for auditing. It is the icon that looks like a bottle in the bottom bar.
Once opened, leave us a warning (which we must consider, "Please do not crackees APs outside only tests the yours") click on YES to continue.
Now we will choose the card that we will put in monitor mode:
We will leave a message, which is already in monitor mode. Click on Next.
The next step is to scan the networks around us, select the type of encryption (Encryption), in this case WPA / WPA2, click on the Scan button:
By default, the search time is 30 seconds networks.
When finished scanning you have to select the network you want to audit in "PA Information" and a client connected to that network "Clients Information." It is essential to have a client connected to continue the process. Select an entry from which we appear in the "Clients Information" section and click in Next when we all ready:
Then hit Start:
Select the dictionary, in this case we'll use the default brings the Beini dictionary.
We click OK.
The next step is to get the handshake. For that we just need to press the button Deauth. To display the button must be selected a network client in "Clients Information" (see previous steps):
We note that we have successfully captured the handshake if the second terminal have WPA handshake.
If we succeed we will get the key:
Finally, we cite some of the cards we've tested and work with the steps we take in this manual:
Obviously these are not the only USB Wifi compatible but these are the best we've tested.