The majority of WPA2-PSK and WEP encryption attacks can be carried out using the WificraK tool. Using crunch or a wordlist, the tool enables you to open previously captured files.
The tool has been tested on Kali Linux and Parrot OS.
- With the Alfa AWUS036NHA antenna, all of these attacks perform admirably.
- Deauthentication Attack
- Authentication Attack
- Beacon Flood Attack
- PMKID Attack
- Passive Attack
- Pixie Dust Attack
- Null Pin Attack
- WEP Protocol Attacks
- Offline Cracking Options
- Evil Twin Attacks
To start wificraK, you need to be root and then start it with this command.
./wificraK -n wlan0 # Change the interface name if it’s different
You don’t need to install all the requirements manually; this will be checked once you start the program.
Demo on Kali Linux