Correction: using the aircrack-ng command that you’ve descirbed produced an outdated hccap file. It is easier to use:
/usr/share/hashcat-utils/cap2hccapx.bin cap01.cap-01.cap WPA2.hccapx
to generate the hccapx file type that hashcat will use.
Hi, great article — easy to follow along and start testing your against your own networks (certainly an eye opener).
I have noticed that the command you listed in order to run aircrack-ng to generate the hccap file is the wrong way around, it should be:
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