Application description

Wlan4xx Free. WEP, WPA & WPA2 Arcadyan routers Keygen.

Dictionary Generator WEP WPA and WPA2 networks default keys for Arcadyan routers of some Internet services providers (Arcor, EasyBox, Vodafone, Wireless, YaCom, WLAN and WiFi).

Select a type of ESSID (Yacom, WLAN or WiFi) along with the 6 characters of the ESSID and the last 8 characters of BSSID to generate the dictionary of 10 keys. To generate the long dictionary without ESSID, only introducing the last 8 characters of BSSID.

The dictionary generated with the 10 keys per ESSID name occupies 140 bytes, The long dictionary generated with the 10.000 keys per ESSID name occupies 140 Kbs. The keys are added to the dictionary if you turn to generate the same ESSID.

Select a type of ESSID ( Vodafone ) along with the last 8 characters of BSSID to generate the dictionary of default key. Introducing the 4 characters of the ESSID (optional). The keys are added to the dictionary if you turn to generate the same ESSID.

Select a type of ESSID ( Arcor, EasyBox, Vodafone, Wireless or WLAN ) along with the last 8 characters of BSSID to generate the dictionary of default key. Introducing the 6 characters of the ESSID (optional). The keys are added to the dictionary if you turn to generate the same ESSID.

Is necessary Internet connection to bring up the ads, and once down the ads, the dictionary is generated at the root of the SCard with name 'Dic_ESSID.txt' according to the type of ESSID chosen.

In the event of an error in the application, it is quite possible that this generating the dictionary. There is also a bug in the handling of the SD, the parties agree that it is necessary to write to the SD generated dictionary.

Disclaimer

The use of this product wireless analysis software should be a basic tool for professionals and individuals who are eager to know the security level of wireless facilities is strictly forbidden to use it to commit criminal acts of intrusion on wireless networks of which we do not own or do not have permissions to analyze their security.

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