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    Dear friends,

    could it possible to connect to a wireless network without the networking

    key...?

    i have a laptop which have a TOTAL 802.11 SUPER G i can get many

    wireless network in my area range if i want to connect to a UNSECURED

    NETWORKS i can connect very easy on 54 Mbps,but when i try to connect

    to SECURITY ENABLE NETWORK computer ask for NETWORK KEY

    Is there any possiblity to connect to a security enable network...?

    comments pls

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    I don't really understand, but what i think is:

    - you're trying to connect to a secured WIFI.
    - you can get many WIFI "hotspot"

    The question are:

    - why need to connect to secured WIFI spot whereby you can connect to unsecure WIFI spot Yeah, free access and yet ask for more. Make no sense.

    - yes, u can hack the secured WIFI.. I did it. How ? Search google

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    Quote Originally Posted by r0b0tnik
    I don't really understand, but what i think is:

    - you're trying to connect to a secured WIFI.
    - you can get many WIFI "hotspot"

    The question are:

    - why need to connect to secured WIFI spot whereby you can connect to unsecure WIFI spot Yeah, free access and yet ask for more. Make no sense.

    - yes, u can hack the secured WIFI.. I did it. How ? Search google
    @r0b0tnik

    the question is why i want to connect to a secured network because when i stay at home i have a BROADBAND CONNECTION and also i can connect to UNSECURED NETWORK through WIRELESS..

    but when i bring my laptop out of my home i want to have access to the internet ,so then i try to find the available networks only secured networks come into my laptop range.

    so can you or any other RDI friends give little more information about this topic.

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    hmmm, try guessing out the series of keys. good luck. i need proof of your hack using the wifi with securitykey enabled.
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    Quote Originally Posted by boknoy_ph
    hmmm, try guessing out the series of keys. good luck. i need proof of your hack using the wifi with securitykey enabled.
    @boknoy_ph

    Dera friend i am not trying to connect through a 'HOTSPOT'.

    its a home wireless security enable network which i want to connect.

    pls give me little more details to proceed.

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    a "hotspot" is just the same as any WIFI access point. it's simply called a hotspot because you can access it on public, others are free, mostly not. now, there have been reported hacks around, namely to spoof a MAC address on your computer and use that to sniff the data packets and send your own. the access point will not recognize between you and the other NIC using the same MAC and IP address as you have on your computer. now the question lies "how do we get the security keys". in so far as i am concerned, i have failed to do just that. i can detect several WIFI signals here on my building, but so far, i have to find a key generator, or try out my luck on sniffing out the security keys. good luck to us all.

    (i think you better ask robotnik on how he was able to connect to a secured network, lol).

    @robotnik,

    connecting to a non-secured network is not simply getting the signal and hit "connect" on your wireless setup. you are lucky if they don't have a firewall installed, and all IP ranges are accepted. ad-hoc protocols are kinda easy, it's the secured networks that are a pain in the arse to hack in.
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    m8s,

    all WIFI networks are obligated to have passkey & data streams are encrypted to prevent snooping, else it can't conpete with wired net!

    On hotspot your are given the keys!
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    @khan,

    wifi networks use WEP (wired equivalency protocol) or WPA (and not all cards support this protocol). you can connect to an ad-hoc network, or unsecured one, no need to sniff out the data packets. on a hotspot, as i stated, there is the hack of spoofing the MAC address. and yes, the network key is being given if you are subscribed to that public network, like in starbucks or something.
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    @boknoy

    yes, it can be done.
    PENTAGON also can be hacked into, what so hard bout secured WIFI? any man made system can be hack into, as long you have the right TOOLS.

    be friend with someone with good and sound knowledge. join hackers-crackers group with PAID access. There FEW very-very good out there.

    Imagine i can take ownership the DC (Domain Controller) of one network (Supposed to be with superb security) after joining the group for about 4 years now.

    Yes, i admit, its not easy and yes can be hack into. Nothing is impossible, giving TIME, EFFORT and MONEY, all can be done.

    There's a lot of ways to hack into the secured WIFI:

    Guessing is one way
    sniffing is another way

    Sometimes, the system seems very secured from outsider, but actually its not. Do search GOOGLE.com to look for.

    i just cannot reveal easily. I have spend a lot Of TIME< EFFOR<MONEY to gain some knowledge.

    i suggest one can start by buying Ankit Fadia books first.

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    @robotnik,

    i understand fully your reasoning, in this computer age, anything that is made can be undone. anyhow, i'll go and look elsewhere for something worthwhile to do, who knows, i just might have the time, and more so, money to go into hacking the measly linksys router i sniff around my place.
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    ok, some hints

    before hacking the secure WIFI, do check if :
    > default password
    >SSID Broadcast
    >enable encryption (**)
    >DHCP
    >default subnet
    >MAC address f

    Practice safe computing

 

 

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