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Learn Wireless Network Security with Airgeddon: Download the Bash Script from Github and Follow the Wiki


How to use airgeddon for wireless network auditing







download airgeddon github



In this article, I will show you how to download and install airgeddon from GitHub, what are its features and requirements, what are some alternatives and comparisons, and how to use it for wifi hacking. I will also provide some screenshots and videos to illustrate the tool in action. Finally, I will answer some frequently asked questions and troubleshoot some common problems that you may encounter while using airgeddon.


Download and install




To get airgeddon from GitHub, you need to have git installed on your Linux system. You can check if you have it by typing git --version in a terminal. If you don't have it, you can install it using your package manager. For example, on Debian-based systems like Ubuntu or Kali Linux, you can use sudo apt install git.


Once you have git installed, you can clone the airgeddon repository by typing git clone --depth 1 [1]( This will create a directory called airgeddon in your current location. You can change to that directory by typing cd airgeddon.


To run airgeddon, you need to have root privileges. You can either log in as root or use sudo before launching the script. To launch the script, type sudo bash airgeddon.sh. This will start the script and check for the dependencies.


Features and requirements




Airgeddon has many features that allow you to perform different tasks on wireless networks. Some of the main features are:



  • Interface mode switcher: This feature lets you switch your wireless interface between monitor mode and managed mode. Monitor mode allows you to capture packets from all networks in range, while managed mode allows you to connect to a specific network.



  • DoS over wireless networks: This feature lets you perform denial-of-service attacks on wireless networks using different methods, such as mdk3, mdk4, or aireplay-ng. These attacks can disrupt the normal operation of the network or force clients to disconnect.



  • Handshake file capturing: This feature lets you capture the handshake file from a WPA/WPA2 network. The handshake file contains the encrypted password of the network and can be used for offline cracking.



  • Cleaning and optimizing handshake files: This feature lets you clean and optimize the handshake file by removing unnecessary packets and verifying its validity. This can improve the chances of cracking the password and reduce the file size.



  • Offline password cracking: This feature lets you crack the password of a WPA/WPA2 network using the handshake file and a wordlist. You can use different tools, such as aircrack-ng, hashcat, or john the ripper, to perform the cracking.



  • Evil Twin attacks: This feature lets you create a fake access point that mimics a legitimate one. You can use this to trick clients into connecting to your fake network and capture their credentials or perform other malicious actions.



  • WPS attacks: This feature lets you exploit the WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup) feature of some routers. WPS is a method that allows users to connect to a network by pressing a button or entering a PIN. However, some routers have vulnerabilities that allow attackers to bypass the WPS security and gain access to the network.



  • WEP attacks: This feature lets you crack the password of a WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy) network. WEP is an outdated and insecure encryption method that can be easily broken by capturing enough packets and using statistical analysis.



  • WPA/WPA2 Enterprise attacks: This feature lets you attack networks that use WPA/WPA2 Enterprise authentication. This is a method that requires users to enter a username and password to connect to the network. You can use different techniques, such as phishing, brute force, or certificate spoofing, to obtain the credentials or bypass the authentication.



  • Wireless network scanning: This feature lets you scan for wireless networks in range and gather information about them, such as SSID, BSSID, channel, encryption, signal strength, and clients.



  • Wireless network spoofing: This feature lets you spoof your MAC address or change your network name to impersonate another device or network. This can help you evade detection or perform other attacks.



  • Wireless network sniffing: This feature lets you capture and analyze packets from wireless networks. You can use tools like wireshark or tcpdump to inspect the packets and extract useful information, such as URLs, passwords, cookies, or files.



  • Wireless network deauthentication: This feature lets you send deauthentication packets to wireless networks or clients. This can cause them to disconnect from the network or reconnect to another one.



Airgeddon requires some essential and optional tools to perform its functions. The essential tools are:



  • Bash: The shell that runs the script.



  • Iwconfig: A tool that configures wireless network interfaces.



  • Iw: A tool that shows and manipulates wireless devices and their configuration.



  • Iwlist: A tool that scans for wireless networks.



  • Airmon-ng: A tool that enables monitor mode on wireless interfaces.



  • Airodump-ng: A tool that captures packets from wireless networks.



  • Aireplay-ng: A tool that injects packets into wireless networks.



  • Aircrack-ng: A tool that cracks WEP and WPA/WPA2 passwords using captured packets.



  • Xterm: A terminal emulator that runs multiple windows.



  • Tmux: A terminal multiplexer that runs multiple sessions in one window.



The optional tools are:



  • Mdk3/mdk4: Tools that perform various attacks on wireless networks, such as beacon flooding, deauthentication, or authentication DoS.



  • Hashcat: A tool that cracks passwords using GPU acceleration.



  • John the ripper: A tool that cracks passwords using CPU power.



  • Cowpatty: A tool that verifies the validity of a handshake file.



  • Pyrit: A tool that optimizes a handshake file by removing duplicate packets.



  • Hostapd/hostapd-wpe: Tools that create fake access points for Evil Twin attacks or WPA/WPA2 Enterprise attacks.



  • Dnsmasq/dhcpd/dhcpd2/dhcpd3/isc-dhcp-server/lighttpd/apache2/sslstrip/bettercap/ettercap/beef-xss/nmap/iptables/iproute2/openssl/expect/x11-utils/xclip : Tools that support the fake access point by providing DNS, DHCP, web server, SSL stripping, network sniffing, or exploitation capabilities.



  • Reaver/pixiewps/bully: Tools that perform WPS attacks by brute forcing the PIN or exploiting the Pixie Dust vulnerability.



  • Wireshark/tcpdump: Tools that capture and analyze network packets.



  • Ettercap: A tool that performs man-in-the-middle attacks on network traffic.



  • Wash: A tool that scans for WPS-enabled routers.



  • Curl: A tool that transfers data from or to a server.



  • Crunch: A tool that generates wordlists for password cracking.



Airgeddon will check for the availability of these tools when you run the script and will notify you if any of them are missing. You can install them using your package manager or by following the instructions on their websites.


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