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Kali Linux Wireless Penetration Testing : Beginner's Guide by Vivek Ramachandran, Cameron Buchanan

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Time for action – cracking WEP

Follow the given instructions to get started:

  1. Let's first connect to our access point Wireless Lab and go to the settings area that deals with wireless encryption mechanisms:
    Time for action – cracking WEP
  2. On my access point, this can be done by setting the Security Mode to WEP. We will also need to set the WEP key length. As shown in the following screenshot, I have set WEP to use 128bit keys. I have set the default key to WEP Key 1 and the value in hex to abcdefabcdefabcdefabcdef12 as the 128-bit WEP key. You can set this to whatever you choose:
    Time for action – cracking WEP

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