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It's now time to start cracking! There are about ten pre-built WPA decryption engines available in the STKEYS_GUI_WPA.exe so you can start to explore and test them. Each engine has its own configuration settings, which are explained in the Windows help.

There are two ways of testing which engine works best for you. If you're lucky enough to have the new source code of one of the pre-built engines, it's as easy as changing the config settings. If you don't have the source code, you can load your STKEYS_GUI_WPA.exe files into a virtual machine and run them without the need for a VM environment.

After a short wait, you can see the attacks are running and test results appear on the status window. You can see if your attack is running or not. A '+' sign in the'status' window mean your attack is running. A '-' sign in the'status' window means your attack is not running. If the attack is running, you will see the attack duration and the attack results. If your attack results in a match, you will see a notification in the notification area. Do not close the GUI as there will be several restarts required until all the attacks are done! You can find a detailed documentation about attacks in the GUI in the help section.

If this is the first time you're using Stkeys, you should first open the default target tab and browse through the available files on your router's hard drive. Keep in mind that the list of available files depends on your router's firmware and your country's regulation. For example, if you own a 2.4GHz access point, you're not allowed to access 3G frequencies. Your 4G access point can have no restrictions for example. Next you should select the encryption key you want to break if you are using WEP or change it to WPA if you're using WPA. If you think you've broken the encryption key, you will see a notification pop-up. 3d9ccd7d82


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