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Hacking WiFi is possible. How to hack a WiFi network? How to get the password of a WiFi network? How to steal the WiFi from your neighbor? If these are some of the questions you are asking yourself, you have found the free and secure online tool that will allow you to hack into a WiFi network. Here’s how to hack into a WiFi network.

To be able to hack a WiFi network (IEEE 802.11) you need to follow these steps. First, you must know the name of the WiFi network you want to hack or its SSID (Service Set Identifier). In order to hack a WiFi network it is essential that the device with which you want to hack a WiFi network can access the signal of that network. To do this, open the network settings panel on your device and scan the available WiFi networks around you.

Once you have located the WiFi network you are interested to hack, copy its name and enter it in the WiFi network field on this page. Then click on the Hack WiFi button. The tool will perform the hacking process of the WiFi network, which will take about 10-15 seconds. It will analyze the security of the WiFi network (WEP, WPA or WPA2) and check whether the WiFi network is hackable.

If it is, it will perform a brute force attack on the password (using a password dictionary), doing an analysis of the initialization vectors to check if there is a vulnerability in the network encryption. If it finds a vulnerability, it will use an exploit and obtain the password of the hacked WiFi network. The tool will automatically convert the encrypted password to text format, so that the user can use that password on his device. Finally, it will finish the process of hacking the WiFi network.

At the end of the hacking process, the tool will display a summary of the data obtained: SSID, Security and Password. The password is shown hidden with asterisks for security reasons. Click on the Download data button to obtain the data of the hacked WiFi network. The tool will automatically upload the hacked WiFi data to a download server (.txt file) where you can access it after verifying your identity. To do this, you will need to create an account on the download server and verify it by credit or debit card (no charge is made when you register).

This tool for hacking WiFi networks does not require physical access to the router, as the entire hacking process is done online. If for some reason, you don’t have a WiFi network nearby, you can always buy a long range WiFi antenna, to extend the signal range of your network card. This will allow you to access more WiFi networks and you may find yourself with an open WiFi network. In addition, in order to perform the hacking process, it is essential to be connected to another WiFi network or to mobile data (LTE/4G/3G) in order to have Internet on the device to be used for hacking.

Depending on the type of WiFi security, the networks are classified by low security (WEP), medium security (WPA) and high security (WPA2). Whether you are using a computer, desktop, laptop, tablet, mobile or cell phone, you can hack into the WiFi network you need with any of these devices. However, if you do it from a computer or a laptop, having a better network card will make the process of hacking a WiFi network faster, but with the other devices, you will also be able to do it without any problem.

The WiFi hacking tool has been developed with the end user in mind, so that the person using it does not need to have advanced computer skills to hack. Although there are other desktop applications (PC/Windows, Mac and Linux) for hacking WiFi networks such as AirCrack, AirSnort, BackTrack, Kismet, Reaver, WifiSlax, WirelessKeyView, Medusa etc. and applications for mobile devices like Router Keygen, WPS Connect, WiFi WPS Wap Tester etc. on Android and WiFiPass, WiFi2Me etc. on iOS, these have a higher complexity of use and the success rate of hacking is not as high as with this tool. It is advisable to remind users who use this tool to hack into WiFi that at no time will the router of the hacked network be damaged by the hack, neither on a hardware nor software level. That is, at any time, the router owner can reset it and return it to its original factory state.

The most common use to hack a WiFi network is to be able to use the Internet for free to watch movies, watch series, use social networks, play games, watch porn or simply surf the web for information. Whether it is because you want to steal the WiFi from your neighbor, because you want to access your own WiFi network but do not remember the password, because you need to access a protected WiFi network as it is the only one available, because you want to spy on the traffic of a particular WiFi network, because you do not have the economic resources to hire a flat rate Internet, because your contracted data plan has run out and you don’t have any more megabytes until the next month, because you don’t have any open WiFi network within reach or because you want to remove access to a WiFi network (by changing the password). With this tool you can do this by hiding your identity, so that the person whose WiFi has been hacked doesn’t notice the hacking on their network.

The access to the hacked WiFi network through your device will remain undetectable, as long as you do not change the parameters of the WiFi network (SSID, password, channel, frequency etc.) In fact, in many occasions, the WiFi network password is easily obtained because the person who owns the network or the technician who has configured the network, has not changed the default password of the router. There are databases with default passwords for the different brands of routers and network names associated with these routers. However, if you detect that there is an open WiFi network, we recommend that you use that network, before hacking into a protected WiFi network. We remind you that when you use another WiFi network, you will be using the public IP of that WiFi network, so your identity will never be discovered.

In addition to the main parameters obtained by hacking the WiFi network, such as the name of the network, security and password, there are other parameters such as the BSSID, protocol, RSSI, noise, channel, band, width and country that are also obtained and are necessary to perform the process of hacking the wireless network. The brand of the router is indifferent when it comes to hacking a WiFi network, that is, regardless of whether the router is Cisco, Netgear, Linksys, TP-Link, Zyxel, D-Link, Belkin etc., the WiFi network can be hacked, provided it has a security protocol that is vulnerable.

There are some cases in which the security of the WiFi network to be hacked is so high, that it is not possible to access that network or obtain the password (WiFi networks with RADIUS). But for all other cases (WEP, WPA + TKIP, WPA + TKIP/AES, WPA + AES or WPA2 + AES), the WiFi network can be hacked. Regardless of whether the router has the WPS (WiFi Protect Setup) option activated or not, the tool will work in the same way.

At this point it should be clear to you that it is possible to hack into a WiFi network if the right tool is used. If you detect that the tool does not work properly, you can contact us through the contact form and we will try to review your case as soon as possible so that you can use the tool normally.

Finally, if you want to protect yourself from being hacked into your own WiFi network, we are sorry to say that with the technologies, scripts and programs that exist today, it is very difficult to make a WiFi network 100% secure.

Some of the tips we can give you are the following: use MAC (Media Access Control) access control so that only the physical devices you choose can connect to your WiFi network, hide your WiFi network name in your router settings so that no one can see your network, check from time to time which devices are connected to your network and finally, use a strong password, meaning, a password that has numbers, letters (upper and lower case), symbols and is at least 15 characters long.