Author Topic: [SOLVED] Reaver Error Wash -i No Result  (Read 2265 times)

gianlu885

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on: May 18, 2015, 08:25:07 PM
I would like to know if i'm the only one that have this problem.
In Backbox 4.2 if you tipe wash -i  mon0 the program start, and after immediately stop with no results.
It's impossible because the network is there but reaver does'nt find it.
Is it because i wrong some process?

Volevo sapere se sono l'unico ad avere questo errore.
In Backbox 4.2 se si digita wash -i mon0 il programma parte e si ferma immediatamente senza risultati.
Questo è impossibile perché la rete c'è ma Reaver non la trova.
Sono io che sbaglio qualcosa?

Does Reaver work on your computer with the 4.2 version on Backbox?
Does wash -I mon0 work on your backbox?
THANK YOU.

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Reply #1 on: May 19, 2015, 12:49:06 PM
I would like to know if i'm the only one that have this problem.
In Backbox 4.2 if you tipe wash -i  mon0 the program start, and after immediately stop with no results.
It's impossible because the network is there but reaver does'nt find it.
Is it because i wrong some process?

Volevo sapere se sono l'unico ad avere questo errore.
In Backbox 4.2 se si digita wash -i mon0 il programma parte e si ferma immediatamente senza risultati.
Questo è impossibile perché la rete c'è ma Reaver non la trova.
Sono io che sbaglio qualcosa?

Does Reaver work on your computer with the 4.2 version on Backbox?
Does wash -I mon0 work on your backbox?
THANK YOU.


Apparently you are the only one hence nobody is having the issue you are having ;)

I have produced what you said you did but I am not ecountering any problems.

Can you pls provide more data, logs, screenshots?



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Reply #2 on: May 19, 2015, 02:34:09 PM
I would like to know if i'm the only one that have this problem.
In Backbox 4.2 if you tipe wash -i  mon0 the program start, and after immediately stop with no results.
It's impossible because the network is there but reaver does'nt find it.
Is it because i wrong some process?

Volevo sapere se sono l'unico ad avere questo errore.
In Backbox 4.2 se si digita wash -i mon0 il programma parte e si ferma immediatamente senza risultati.
Questo è impossibile perché la rete c'è ma Reaver non la trova.
Sono io che sbaglio qualcosa?

Does Reaver work on your computer with the 4.2 version on Backbox?
Does wash -I mon0 work on your backbox?
THANK YOU.


Apparently you are the only one hence nobody is having the issue you are having ;)

I have produced what you said you did but I am not ecountering any problems.

Can you pls provide more data, logs, screenshots?

I will send the photo this evening.
Under my topic there is another like this topic, but the solution doesn'T work.
Backbox notify that a packet is broken.
The packet that I have try to install is the libpcap0.8 with 1.3.0-1 version that overwrite the libpcap0.8 version 1.5 (I'm not sure about the version).
Anywhere the screeshot is the same that Simonepsp posted in his topic under my topic.
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Reply #3 on: July 25, 2015, 09:28:03 AM
This seems to be the issue...

airmon-ng is now actually airmon-zc with a namechange.  if you do 'sudo airmon-c start wlan0' you go into wlan0mon mode instead of mon0.

Also, seemingly due to the new wps exploit avenue, the reaver that is being used is actually the fork t6x, which has had pixiewps functionality written into it, as does the wash it comes with.  I would bet if one used airmon-zc with that reaver fork correctly installed, everything would work just fine.  Whether there are any dependency issues with BackBox and those new scripts, I don't know as I haven't gone so far as to try fully upgrading to that fork and running it. 

I know it doesn't fix anything, but at least it's an answer as to why wash isnt working with a probable (IMHO) solution.