App to audit WiFi networks
Never say break into WiFi networks, audit WiFi networks sounds much better. And that's precisely what Reaver, also known as RfA, is for. It's an app with which we can figure out the password of different WPA WiFi networks.
Break into networks from a graphical user interface
However, before you start, you should know that you have to download Bcmon (that you can also find on Malavida) because it resorts to its scripts. Apart from providing us with a user interface to simplify the network auditing process, it comes along with the following features and functions:
- Automatically detect any WPS-compatible router.
- Quickly enable and disable the monitor mode.
- Automatically connects when it finds a WPA key.
- Support for external scripts.
- Advanced configuration to adjust the different functions to the user's tastes.
The development of this application is still at the beta stage, therefore, its behavior may turn out to be somewhat unstable, and, furthermore, there are certain smartphone models by Samsung, HTC, LG, or Nexus that are incompatible.
Requirements and additional information:
- Requires downloading Bcmon which you can also find on Malavida or a script with the same functions.
- Minimum operating system requirements: Android 2.0.
- The installation of the app by means of the APK file requires the activation of the "Unknown sources" option within Settings>Applications.
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