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 on: July 15, 2018, 04:39:58 PM 
Started by kimocoder - Last post by kimocoder
Hi everybody!

It's soon time for a new release, lots of fixes and improvements.
We've allready finished 8811 (rtl8821au) chipset support with injection, whats left is the 8814 (rtl8814au) chipset support which has to be completed before we launch it to Kali.

The branch may be found at https://github.com/aircrack-ng/rtl8812au/tree/v5.2.20
And the official Realtek changelog may be found at https://raw.githubusercontent.com/aircrack-ng/rtl8812au/v5.2.20/Realtek_Changelog.txt

Current status:
* RTL8812AU: SUPPORTED (with monitor mode + frame injection)
* RTL8814AU: NOT SUPPORTED
* RTL8821AU: SUPPORTED (with monitor mode + frame injection)

Estimated time to complete chipset support will be 1 month or so.

Please use this forum for discussing issues/driver related topics. Thanks!

 2 
 on: July 15, 2018, 04:27:57 PM 
Started by aneki - Last post by kimocoder
RTL8812AU support forum is moved over here https://forum.aircrack-ng.org/index.php/board,16.0.html
Please use that forum for questions related to the drivers. Thanks

 3 
 on: July 13, 2018, 04:54:39 PM 
Started by pstein - Last post by misterx
No, the GUI does not check subfolders, so yes, moving it in the 64bit folder will work

 4 
 on: July 13, 2018, 05:02:46 AM 
Started by Axle7XStriker - Last post by Axle7XStriker
That AP is quite far from me but I have tested this on other APs as well with varied distances and in every case the result seems to be the same.

 5 
 on: July 13, 2018, 01:55:37 AM 
Started by pstein - Last post by pstein
I downloaded portable aircrack-ng v1.3 for Windows (7).

When I look at the extracted file dir tree then I don't need most of the stuff.

I prefer to copy "Aircrack-ng GUI.exe" into 64bit subfolder and copy (only) this folder onto my USB flash drive.

Does that work?

Does "Aircrack-ng GUI.exe" detect that all the sub programs are not in a subfolder "64bit" but in the same folder?

Peter


 6 
 on: July 11, 2018, 01:19:08 PM 
Started by wpa - Last post by wpa
Yeah ! Thank You  ;)

 7 
 on: July 11, 2018, 01:15:24 PM 
Started by wpa - Last post by misterx
Permission issue is fixed

 8 
 on: July 11, 2018, 11:42:36 AM 
Started by wpa - Last post by wpa
Trying to download Windows binaries of new aircrack version 1.3:

https://download.aircrack-ng.org/aircrack-ng-1.3-win.zip

and get error 403 : Forbidden
"You don't have permission to access /aircrack-ng-1.3-win.zip on this server."

URL to previous version are OK:

https://download.aircrack-ng.org/aircrack-ng-1.2-win.zip

 9 
 on: July 10, 2018, 10:39:36 PM 
Started by misterx - Last post by misterx
We're bringing more good stuff in this release. We've been busy fixing bugs left and right, some of them thanks to Coverity Scan, valgrind and other static code analyzers.
We've also refactored some of the code and improved the code quality along the way. We can now successfully build across lots of platforms (Windows, Linux, BSD, OSX) and CPU architectures (x86 and 64 bit, ARM v7, ARM v8, PowerPC, etc)

Aircrack-ng gets a speed bump on pretty much some of the CPU architectures we cover: x86/ARM/PPC. The following graph show the improvements on a Raspberry Pi 3B+.



It may seem that this release is slower than previously (1.2rc3) on non x86 32/64 bit but due to a bug, the cracking speeds were incorrectly calculated. More details can be found in this bug report. On a side note, our benchmark tool is available in build/benchmark.

Here is a benchmark for the NanoPi NEO2:



We had the chance to test Aircrack-ng on a 96-core ARM system ...



... and an IBM Power8 with 160 cores



You can see a significant performance improvement in this release (with the blue line) and you can expect more optimizations in the future, those systems have a lot of potential.

A long-awaited feature has been added: the ability to pause cracking and restart later on. If you intend to pause the cracking at some point in time, start a cracking session with --new-session. You'll be able to restore it using --restore-session. In both cases, the session status is updated every 10 minutes. It works with WEP and WPA/WPA2. Two limitations though: it can only be used with wordlist and they must be files.

Internal changes to aircrack-ng itself and it make is even better than 1.2. It is now back to a single binary. It still compiles the different possible optimizations for a CPU type and loads the fastest optimization based on what the current CPU supports. In the case of x86, the following optimizations will be compiled:
  • generic
  • SSE2
  • AVX
  • AVX2


AVX512 is also available but it is strongly recommended to compile it in only if the CPU running aircrack-ng supports it (configure with --with-avx512).

Support for Jemalloc and tcmalloc was added. They used to provide improvements over the system malloc but testing on Ubuntu 16.04 (x86) showed the system malloc is faster in both cases:





Last, but not least for aircrack-ng, it now supports Hashcat HCCAPx files as input file to crack.


Other changes worth noting:
  • Airodump-ng adds a new option to override background detection, --background and can now handle GCMP and CCMP-256 encryption.
  • dcrack sees a few improvements, mostly internal fixes as well as a few to better handles errors and corner cases
  • Documentation improvements: use of hex wordlists, compilation on OSX, experimental tools compilation
  • WPE: Logging Response-Identity and display of NETNTLM hash in Hashcat format for HostAPd-WPE and updated building instructions for Freeradius-WPE 3.0.17
  • Code reformatted using clang-format. The formatting file has been provided for use with IDE (or through the command line itself using clang-format)
  • Typos fixed thanks to codespell
  • and much more!


Changes from 1.2:
  • Aircrack-ng: Allow using Hashcat HCCAPX files as input files.
  • Aircrack-ng: Fixed floating point exception due to division by 0 when displaying stats.
  • Aircrack-ng: Updated manpage regarding hex wordlist usage.
  • Aircrack-ng: Added save/restore session when cracking using wordlists (-N and -R).
  • Aircrack-ng: Moved crypto to its own library, aircrack-crypto/ (aka crypto engine).
  • Aircrack-ng: Now back to a single binary thanks to crypto-engine.
  • Aircrack-ng: Performance improvements of the crypto engine across various CPU architectures.
  • Aircrack-ng: Added support for AVX512 in the crypto-engine (and build).
  • Aircrack-ng: Improved building crypto-engine across CPU architectures and compilers (gcc, clang and ICC).
  • Aircrack-ng: Allow to list available SIMD optimizations.
  • Aircrack-ng: Improved benchmark tool for unusual CPU/cores count.
  • Airodump-ng: Fixed running in the background.
  • Airodump-ng: Don't show WPA handshake capture notice for out-of-scope ESSIDs.
  • Airodump-ng: Add --background 0/1 to force disable/enable background settings and override autodetection of background.
  • Airodump-ng: Added support for GCMP, GCMP-256 and CCMP-256.
  • Airolib-ng: Fixed importing data when interrupting process using Ctrl-C.
  • dcrack: Check if dictionary and capture file exists before uploading them.
  • dcrack: Clean up dictionary before uploading it to the server.
  • dcrack: Gracefully stop and display errors instead of printing stacktrace whenever possible.
  • dcrack: Move temporary user files to /tmp and cleanup when done.
  • dcrack: Fixed displaying status when no clients are connected to the server.
  • dcrack: Validate uploaded PCAP and display success/failure.
  • dcrack: Improved removing BSSID.
  • WPAClean: Fixed crash with invalid prism2 header PCAP and added tests.
  • WPAClean: Don't create output file if no handshake are present or if input file is bad.
  • WPAClean: Fixed memory leak.
  • Airmon-ng: Fixed display of interface name if name is too long.
  • OSdep: Fixed memory leak and null pointer dereference.
  • OSdep: Fixed byteorder macros and other tools crashing.
  • OSdep: Added support to build as a shared library.
  • FreeRADIUS-WPE: Updated instructions for v3.0.17.
  • HostAPd-wpe: Added Response-Identity logging and displaying NETNTLM hash in hashcat format.
  • Airgraph-ng: Renamed dump-join to airodump-join.
  • General: Added coveralls.io badge.
  • General: Added --without-opt to disable stack protector when using GCC >= 4.9
  • General: Various improvements and fixes, some from Coverity Scan and Valgrind.
  • General: Fixed typos reported by codespell.
  • General: Extracted console functions and moved to aircrack-util/.
  • General: Renamed osdep/ to aircrack-osdep/.
  • General: Fixed and added functions prototypes and commented out unused functions.
  • General: Reformat source code using clang-format and added .clang-format file for IDE.
  • General: Improvements to AppVeyor and TravisCI builds
  • Building: Added NEON intrinsic support.
  • Building: Support paths containing spaces, during autoreconf.
  • Building: Fix compilation without getauxval in the trampoline binary.
  • Building: Fixed compiler warnings on Windows, FreeBSD.
  • Building: Fixes and documentation for OSX.
  • Building: Added support for tcmalloc and jemalloc.
  • Building: Added instruction to build Windows binaries with Airpcap.
  • Unit test: Using CMocka for some tests
  • Documentation: Updated explanations regarding building some experimental tools.

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 on: July 09, 2018, 02:22:31 PM 
Started by Axle7XStriker - Last post by misterx
How far are you from that AP? Being too close ends up with packet loss due to the signal being too strong. As bad as being too far.

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