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Best Wifi hacking tools in Kali Linux

Update - 2017.05.06

These days, there are a lot of various tools that supposedly perform the same function. This couldn’t be truer of Kali Linux, which is loaded with different tools that can support the people hack Wi-Fi networks. That only problem for novitiate hackers is awareness.

Wifi is usually an unsafe side of the network when it comes to hacking since signals can be picked up everywhere and by anyone. Router maker and ISPs turning on WPS by default make wireless security and penetration testing even more important. Read Also: How to Install Kali Linux on Android step by step Tutorial

With these following Best Wifi hacking tools, we’re able to test our own wireless networks for potential security issues. So check out our list of best WiFi hacking tools in Kali Linux and leave comments if you like it! Read Also: How To Install Parrot Security OS

List Of 6 Best Wifi hacking tools in Kali Linux

1. Wifite

WiFite is an automatic tool to attack multiple wireless networks encrypted with WEP/WPA/WPA2 and WPS. On start-up, WiFite wants a few parameters to work with and Wifite will do all the hard work. It’ll capture automatically de-authenticate connected clients, WPA handshakes, spoof your MAC address and save the cracked passwords.

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