Fluxion is a security auditing and social-engineering research tool. It is a remake of linset by vk496 with (hopefully) less bugs and more functionality. The script attempts to retrieve the WPA/WPA2 key from a target access point by means of a social engineering (phishing) attack. It’s compatible with the latest release of Kali (rolling). Fluxion’s attacks’ setup is mostly manual, but experimental auto-mode handles some of the attacks’ setup parameters. Read the FAQ before requesting issues.
How it works:
[*]Scan for a target wireless network.
[*]Launch the Handshake Snooper attack.
[*]Capture a handshake (necessary for password verification).
[*]Launch Captive Portal attack.
[*]Spawns a rogue (fake) AP, imitating the original access point.
[*]Spawns a DNS server, redirecting all requests to the attacker’s host running the captive portal.
[*]Spawns a web server, serving the captive portal which prompts users for their WPA/WPA2 key.
[*]Spawns a jammer, deauthenticating all clients from original AP and lureing them to the rogue AP.
[*]All authentication attempts at the captive portal are checked against the handshake file captured earlier.
[*]The attack will automatically terminate once a correct key has been submitted.
[*]The key will be logged and clients will be allowed to reconnect to the target access point.
[*]For a guide to the Captive Portal attack, read the Captive Portal attack guide
git clone email@example.com:FluxionNetwork/fluxion.git
# Or if you prefer https
git clone https://www.github.com/FluxionNetwork/fluxion.git