4 thoughts on “Here’s how to hack Wi-Fi password (step-by-step).

  1. Thankfully this still requires cracking the hash. A longer, secure password will still be difficult to break in a reasonable time, but there is still the problem of people using weak passwords.


  2. That’s what happens when a consortium wants to go with their own security implementations…
    WEP was trash, WPA/WPA2 are equally as bad… who could have guessed…
    WPA3 will fail also. Give it time 🙂


  3. Someone needs to port some well tested public key encryption method to the WIFI authentication problem. Surely the ssh login or TLS-v1.3 is similar enough that it can be used for WIFI authentication.


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