See if it compiles and creates the executable. Then try to run it from that folder (no make install).
Originally Posted by FurqanHanif
chmod +x configure
make distclean && ./configure
./reaver -i mon0 etc.
Minor issue: It doesn't compile under Ubuntu's gcc 4.8.2 unless I edit the makefile as follows:
$(CC) pixiewps.c $(CCFLAGS) -o $(TARGET)
Same Output Getting...
please if u can reupload links for download...youtube link is deleted
Originally Posted by soxrok2212
Can you go into some detail as there is a lot of censored information in the OP? Does this run similar to reaver? Does this automate the extraction of the required information from wireshark? Maybe a usage example would be helpful, as I did not see one.
ie: pixiewps -b <bssid> or similar...
Amazing work, nonetheless!
It's really not that hard to install. We told you exactly what to do. If you can't copy the executable reaver to bin, you shouldn't be using Linux.
i Copy that Reaver file to bin Getting Same Output , Started reaver from That Compiled Directory still Getting Same Output , tried tshark it also not Showing Public key like thing. Now What ??
hey just wanted to say thanks again for releasing this seems to work pretty good for me...one thing i noticed is on some routers the model# shows up as 123456 kinda curious as to why that is...also i just noticed the vid soxrok2212 put up last night has been taken down was that ya'll or youtube?
It works perfectly.
Just that I didn't updated my kali for a while and i tryed to install it without updating first and I got a fail.
After updating i could compile and install pixiewps.c
before updating i installed , I don't know if it was usefull.
cheers & thanks
Quick question, do you have to specify small dh in reaver to use the S flag in pixiewps?