wifite Usage Example

Attack access points with over 50 dB of power (-pow 50) using the WPS attack (-wps):

root@kali:~# wifite -pow 50 -wps

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 ':.  ':.    /___\    ,:'  ,:'   designed for Linux
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           /       \

 [+] targeting WPS-enabled networks

 [+] scanning for wireless devices...
 [+] enabling monitor mode on wlan0... done
 [+] initializing scan (mon0), updates at 5 sec intervals, CTRL+C when ready.

Packages and Binaries:

wifite

Wifite is a tool to audit WEP or WPA encrypted wireless networks. It uses aircrack-ng, pyrit, reaver, tshark tools to perform the audit.

This tool is customizable to be automated with only a few arguments and can be trusted to run without supervision.

Installed size: 2.34 MB
How to install: sudo apt install wifite

  • aircrack-ng
  • ieee-data
  • net-tools
  • python3
  • reaver
  • tshark
wifite

Python script to automate wireless auditing using aircrack-ng tools

root@kali:~# wifite -h
   .               .    
 .´  ·  .     .  ·  `.  wifite2 2.5.8
 :  :  :  (¯)  :  :  :  a wireless auditor by derv82
 `.  ·  ` /¯\ ´  ·  .´  maintained by kimocoder
   `     /¯¯¯\     ´    https://github.com/kimocoder/wifite2

optional arguments:
  -h, --help                                 show this help message and exit

SETTINGS:
  -v, --verbose                              Shows more options (-h -v). Prints commands and outputs. (default:
                                             quiet)
  -i [interface]                             Wireless interface to use, e.g. wlan0mon (default: ask)
  -c [channel]                               Wireless channel to scan e.g. 1,3-6 (default: all 2Ghz channels)
  -inf, --infinite                           Enable infinite attack mode. Modify scanning time with -p (default:
                                             off)
  -mac, --random-mac                         Randomize wireless card MAC address (default: off)
  -p [scan_time]                             Pillage: Attack all targets after scan_time (seconds)
  --kill                                     Kill processes that conflict with Airmon/Airodump (default: off)
  -pow [min_power], --power [min_power]      Attacks any targets with at least min_power signal strength
  --skip-crack                               Skip cracking captured handshakes/pmkid (default: off)
  -first [attack_max], --first [attack_max]  Attacks the first attack_max targets
  --clients-only                             Only show targets that have associated clients (default: off)
  --nodeauths                                Passive mode: Never deauthenticates clients (default: deauth targets)
  --daemon                                   Puts device back in managed mode after quitting (default: off)

WEP:
  --wep                                      Show only WEP-encrypted networks
  --require-fakeauth                         Fails attacks if fake-auth fails (default: off)
  --keep-ivs                                 Retain .IVS files and reuse when cracking (default: off)

WPA:
  --wpa                                      Show only WPA-encrypted networks (includes WPS)
  --new-hs                                   Captures new handshakes, ignores existing handshakes in hs (default:
                                             off)
  --dict [file]                              File containing passwords for cracking (default: /usr/share/dict/wordlist-
                                             probable.txt)

WPS:
  --wps                                      Show only WPS-enabled networks
  --wps-only                                 Only use WPS PIN & Pixie-Dust attacks (default:
                                             off)
  --bully                                    Use bully program for WPS PIN & Pixie-Dust attacks (default:
                                             reaver)
  --reaver                                   Use reaver program for WPS PIN & Pixie-Dust attacks (default:
                                             reaver)
  --ignore-locks                             Do not stop WPS PIN attack if AP becomes locked (default:
                                             stop)

PMKID:
  --pmkid                                    Only use PMKID capture, avoids other WPS & WPA attacks (default:
                                             off)
  --no-pmkid                                 Don't use PMKID capture (default: off)
  --pmkid-timeout [sec]                      Time to wait for PMKID capture (default: 120 seconds)

COMMANDS:
  --cracked                                  Print previously-cracked access points
  --check [file]                             Check a .cap file (or all hs/*.cap files) for WPA handshakes
  --crack                                    Show commands to crack a captured handshake

Updated on: 2021-Oct-14