A full Python implementation of the WPA2 encryption algorithm, using no encryption libraries.
wpa2slow is a full Python implementation of the WPA2 encryption algorithm, using no encryption libraries.
This project grew out of the FPGA implementation of WPA2 [here](https://github.com/JarrettR/FPGA-Cryptoparty), as a platform for regression testing and experimentation.
WPA2 requires three or four different algorithms to calculate a final password, depending on how you count them.
There is a fair amount of discussion on these functions in [this](http://jrainimo.com/build/?cat=6) category of my site.
The entire goal was to have intermediate steps of the algorithms to compare with the VHDL implementation. Perhaps this will be useful to someone else.
Hash speed of my general purpose computer; 2,000 keys / second
Hash speed of a Raspberry Pi 1: 45 keys / second
Hash speed of this project: 0.25 keys / second
Sounds great! How can I get started?
You should be able to use pip install wpa2slow and it will magically work. Alternatively, clone this repo, and then from this directory, type pip install .
Check main.py for examples and test cases.
Can read and parse capture files in [hccap](https://hashcat.net/cap2hccap/) format, outputting the required inputs.
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