Pyrit

Description

Pyrit allows to create massive databases, pre-computing part of the IEEE 802.11 WPA/WPA2-PSK authentication phase in a space-time-tradeoff. Exploiting the computational power of Many-Core- and other platforms through ATI-Stream, Nvidia CUDA and OpenCL, it is currently by far the most powerful attack against one of the world’s most used security-protocols.

Usage

Syntax

 pyrit [options] command

Options

Recognized options:
  -b               : Filters AccessPoint by BSSID
  -e               : Filters AccessPoint by ESSID
  -h               : Print help for a certain command
  -i               : Filename for input ('-' is stdin)
  -o               : Filename for output ('-' is stdout)
  -r               : Packet capture source in pcap-format
  -u               : URL of the storage-system to use
  --all-handshakes : Use all handshakes instead of the best one

Recognized commands:
  analyze                 : Analyze a packet-capture file
  attack_batch            : Attack a handshake with PMKs/passwords from the db
  attack_cowpatty         : Attack a handshake with PMKs from a cowpatty-file
  attack_db               : Attack a handshake with PMKs from the db
  attack_passthrough      : Attack a handshake with passwords from a file
  batch                   : Batchprocess the database
  benchmark               : Determine performance of available cores
  benchmark_long          : Longer and more accurate version of benchmark (~10 minutes)
  check_db                : Check the database for errors
  create_essid            : Create a new ESSID
  delete_essid            : Delete a ESSID from the database
  eval                    : Count the available passwords and matching results
  export_cowpatty         : Export results to a new cowpatty file
  export_hashdb           : Export results to an airolib database
  export_passwords        : Export passwords to a file
  help                    : Print general help
  import_passwords        : Import passwords from a file-like source
  import_unique_passwords : Import unique passwords from a file-like source
  list_cores              : List available cores
  list_essids             : List all ESSIDs but don't count matching results
  passthrough             : Compute PMKs and write results to a file
  relay                   : Relay a storage-url via RPC
  selftest                : Test hardware to ensure it computes correct results
  serve                   : Serve local hardware to other Pyrit clients
  strip                   : Strip packet-capture files to the relevant packets
  stripLive               : Capture relevant packets from a live capture-source
  verify                  : Verify 10% of the results by recomputation

Example

cyborg@cyborg:~$ sudo pyrit -r packetscap-02.cap -i dict.txt attack_passthrough  
Pyrit 0.4.0 (C) 2008-2011 Lukas Lueg http://pyrit.googlecode.com
This code is distributed under the GNU General Public License v3+

Parsing file 'packetscap-02.cap' (1/1)...
Parsed 8 packets (8 802.11-packets), got 1 AP(s)

Picked AccessPoint 10:fe:ed:b7:a5:42 ('tempztrela') automatically.
Tried 1029 PMKs so far; 120 PMKs per second.

The password is 'trendztrela'.
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