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The first thing you'll need to do is obtain the network traffic for the MS-CHAPv2 handshake you'd like to crack.

For PPTP VPN connections, simply use a tool such as tcpdump or wireshark in order to obtain a network capture. For WPA2 Enterprise wireless handshakes, simply use a tool like FreeRADIUS-WPE in order to obtain 'challenge' and 'response' parameters.

Next you'll use chapcrack in order to parse and extract the MS-CHAPv2 handshake from your packet capture or FreeRADIUS interception.

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    Jun 20/15 at 01:42

    The site says it's focus is on Ruby and I couldn't find any php engines. Is this related to php at all?

    The site says it's focus is on Ruby and I couldn't find any php engines. Is this related to php at all?

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    Jun 8/15 at 02:55

    For PPTP VPN connections, simply use a tool such as tcpdump or wireshark in order to obtain a network capture. For WPA2 Enterprise wireless handshakes, simply use a tool like FreeRADIUS-WPE in order to obtain 'challenge' and 'response' parameters.

    For PPTP VPN connections, simply use a tool such as tcpdump or wireshark in order to obtain a network capture. For WPA2 Enterprise wireless handshakes, simply use a tool like FreeRADIUS-WPE in order to obtain 'challenge' and 'response' parameters.

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