How to crack WiFi passwords with your Wii So easy your grandma could do it. The process outlined here is streamlined to work with Easy Wii Linux. So get over to WiiBrew and install it. http://forum.wiibrew.org/read.php?29,68339 Now that you are up and running. You only need the Aircrack-ng suite(and one depended package) to get cracking. Prerequisites: I compiled the Aircrack-ng suite for EWL, and the binaries can be found here. http://www.mediafire.com/file/y18345vxk32tb67/aircrackwii.tar.gz The Aircarck-ng suite depends on several packages, but only one of them is not installed by default with EWL.(iw) You can install it with "apt-get install iw" of course, but if your Wii doesn't have WiFi. Download it here first. http://ftp.us.debian.org/debian/pool/main/i/iw/iw_0.9.19-1_powerpc.deb Save both of the files to a USB flash drive, and copy them to the /home/wii/downloads using emelFM2. Installation: (Open the terminal) su (the password is "easy") cd downloads dpkg -i iw_0.9.19-1_powerpc.deb tar -xvzf aircrackwii.tar.gz cd aircrackwii cp * /bin/ rm * cd .. rmdir aircrackwii Usage: (Open the terminal) su ifdown wlan0 airmon-ng start wlan0 airodump-ng mon0 OK. You have a list of potential targets and connected clients. From here you need to capture some network traffic for your chosen interface. Then crack that data. The steps to complete these task are explicitly laid out by darkAudax from aircrack-ng.org. I have saved two of his tutorial as pdfs. This way they can be easily referenced with epdfview while offline. Tutorial: How to Crack WPA/WPA2 (Start at Step 2) http://www.mediafire.com/file/8ffi36mpf5zrvdr/crackwpa.pdf Tutorial: How to crack WEP with no wireless clients (Start at Step 3) http://www.mediafire.com/file/ojlmmismmdz67ma/crackwep.pdf Finally, when cracking WPA/WPA2 you'll need a password list. http://www.renderlab.net/projects/WPA-tables/9-final-wordlist.zip (large) http://www.renderlab.net/projects/WPA-tables/passwords2.zip (small) These are the list for The Church of Wifi WPA-PSK Rainbow Tables. The large list is very thorough. It contains some 4 million english words and combinations. If you run that and don't get a hit. You are probably out of luck. The Wii will churn through about 160 keys per second. I ran the large list in almost exactly 7 hours.