WIBR is a very simple application for testing of security of the WiFi networks. This application is NOT FAKE, it really works and it is possible to access the WiFi network if it uses weak password. The application is performing so called dictionary attack - it tries passwords from predefined list one by one. Please don't be disappointed if the password will not be found, it simply means that it was not in the dictionary. However, if somebody set his key to "12345678" or "password" it will be detected.It's easy as 1-2-3.1) List available networks. WIBR is tested on WPA networks with pre-shared key (PSK). It may also work on WEP networks, but this feature is untested. WARNING: HACKING SOMEBODY ELSE'S WIFI IS ILLEGAL! USE THIS APP ONLY ON YOUR OWN NETWORKS!2) Select desired wordlists. There are three predefined wordlist which you can use. They contains a list of most commonly used passwords. In the future versions I will add more dictionaries and maybe also possibility to use your own dictionary.3) Wait for results. The process is very slow due to nature of the WiFi connection handling in Android, so be prepared that it can take a loooooooong time. The wifi have to be enabled all the time, so WIBR is also battery eater.Please note that WIBR will change password for the selected network. It is impossible to get this password back. If you are testing previously saved network then the password will be lost.Ideas and opinions are welcome!
WIBR - WIfi BRuteforce hack is a free software application from the Other subcategory, part of the Development category.
The app is currently available in English and it was last updated on 2016-11-17. The program can be installed on Android 4.0.3 and up.
WIBR - WIfi BRuteforce hack (version 1.0.13) has a file size of 243.27 MB and is available for download from our website.
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