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Thread: Commentary in pixiewps 1.3 and reaver 1.63

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    Commentary in pixiewps 1.3 and reaver 1.63

    For those either new to pixiewps 1.3 and reaver 1.63 or tryiing to implement these programs a short guide is provided

    The data labels in reaver 1.63 text output have been changed

    Reaver output pixiewps arguments

    Enrollee Nonce = --e-nonce

    DH own Public Key = --pkr

    DH peer Public Key = --pke

    AuthKey = --authkey

    E-Hash1 = --e-hash1

    E-Hash2 = --e-hash2

    Registrar Nonce = --r-nonce

    Reaver 1.63 outputs the hex strings with spaces between each hex character in the

    string. Pixiewps will not accept the hex string in this format. You can replace

    the spaces with colons.

    The following would change a string variable with spaces to a text string where

    spaces become colons:

    ENONCE=${ENONCE// /:}

    You can check the hex string variable length with the following:

    ${#ENONCE}

    If your hex strings have spaces or colons then lengths are listed below:

    ${#ENONCE} = 47

    ${#PKE} = 575

    ${#RNONCE} = 47

    ${#PKR} = 575

    ${#AUTHKEY} = 95

    ${#HASH1} = 95

    ${#HASH2} = 95

    wiire provides a logfilter.py program which can extract a pixiedust data sequence

    as required by pixiewps1.3 and conducts a mode three attack.

    The command line arguments can be found in the following thread along with program download links:

    See https://forums.kali.org/showthread.p...e-dust-attack)

    MTeams are working on a updated PDDSA(pixiedust data sequence analyzer which will allow other pixiewps modes.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mmusket33 View Post
    Reaver 1.63 outputs the hex strings with spaces between each hex character in the string. Pixiewps will not accept the hex string in this format.
    Not true. Since version 1.0.0 you can format with: -, :, space, or without (it's written in the README too). Of course, you need double quotes if you use space. See image below.



    Quote Originally Posted by mmusket33 View Post
    wiire provides a logfilter.py program which can extract a pixiedust data sequence
    as required by pixiewps1.3 and conducts a mode 3 attack
    The tool is by rofl0r. Not sure what you mean with mode 3. It just creates the command, it's then up to pixiewps to choose what to do.

    EDIT: See image
    Last edited by wiire; 2017-12-16 at 09:07 PM.

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