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WEP Password Recovery/Intercept

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Okay needs some feedback from the community here....Mom (who is in another city) just got a new Macbook and of course did not remember to save her WEP wifi password. I know there are apps like Aircrack that allow you to "stumble upon" the correct WEP password for a given access point. Unfortunately these type of command line applications are WELL above Mom's ability level to use. Is anyone aware of any app (be it Windows or Mac) that would allow something akin to a point and click way to find the WEP password of an access point?

 

Any help you all can give would be appreciated.

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Okay needs some feedback from the community here....Mom (who is in another city) just got a new Macbook and of course did not remember to save her WEP wifi password. I know there are apps like Aircrack that allow you to "stumble upon" the correct WEP password for a given access point. Unfortunately these type of command line applications are WELL above Mom's ability level to use. Is anyone aware of any app (be it Windows or Mac) that would allow something akin to a point and click way to find the WEP password of an access point?

 

Any help you all can give would be appreciated.

 

google backtrack 4. go to youtube for tutorial.. :ninja:

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