Hack WIFI Networks with Airgeddon

Airgeddon is a multi-use bash script for Linux systems to audit wireless networks. We’re going to use it to hack a WIFI network by creating an Evil-Twin network with the same name of the victim network, then force all the users to disconnect from their network and connect to ours, after that they will be presented by a fake login screen to use the internet, and when they enter their password, we will capture it.

Download and install the tool:

git clone https://github.com/v1s1t0r1sh3r3/airgeddon.git

My WIFI card that I’m going to use:

Looks good, now we run Airgeddon:

cd airgeddon/


It will check for dependencies and any update available, and if any missing you can install it manually:

Next, select the WIFI card, in my case number 2:

Put it in monitor mode by selecting number 2:

Then select number 7 the Evil-Twin menu:

And number 9 to start the Evil-Twin attack:

The tool will start scanning WIFIs around you, when you done CTRL+C:

Select your WIFI by entering the number:

And select the type of attack, I’m going with number 2:

If you don’t want to pursuit the victim WIFI in case the WIFI channel changed, then write no:

Want to change your WIFI MAC address:

Do you have the Handshake? no because that’s what we trying to do now:

Keep it at 100 to give it time to capture the Handshake:

After a while, the Handshake is captured:

Choose a path to store it and move to the next step:

This is the final step after choosing the language, a several windows will open and the Deauthentication process will begin, and we wait for the victim to enter their password:

The victim password is entered, and as we can see we have captured it on our tool terminal:

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