How To Broadcast Wifi Signal
Plug the USB interface and network cable from the WifiSniper
into your computer. Do a factory reset from the device menu
to ensure we’re on the same settings.
Manually change your network settings to IP address 192.168.4.21,
Router/Gateway as 192.168.4.20, and DNS server to 192.168.4.20
you’re on windows, you can do the same by right clicking
on your network connection and selecting properties, or search
for “change network adapter settings” in Windows
7. Write in the comments if you’re having trouble and
I’ll make a little video for you.
3. Open up your internet browser and navigate to http://192.168.4.20
and login with the username and password admin/admin. You
should be presented with a screen similar to this.
over to the device…Select the menu option Wireless Scan,
choose your network, and wait for packets to be collected.
This might take up to 20 minutes or more.
You can only hack WEP and some WPA No WPA2 networks, and only
when there are other clients connected. If no one is currently
connected to the network, you will need to select another
network or wait until someone is connected.
Assuming you’ve managed to connect to a network, go
back to the online router interface and click on the LINK
6. Change the Wireless Mode to STATION.
Click on SELECT button to open up a pop-up box of the networks
in your area. You cannot do this unless the device has finished
cracking the network you targeted, so wait if it hasn’t.
If you try to click on select before the router has finished
collecting packets, no networks will be displayed.
Select the network you just hacked. Router should still be
displaying the “Success: connected to …”
screen. If you happened to unplug the USB power cable for
your device, dont worry. Although it wont display “connected
to..”, the password will be stored in memory, so go
ahead and select it anyway.
Scroll down and see if the password has been filled in for
you. If it isn’t there, click once back to the main
router interface, then click back to LINK tab.
In some cases, it might be listed in hex and you may have
a problem connecting. To be sure it connects fine, and in
order to be able to use the password on other machines, copy
the hex code and paste it to this website Click
Click to convert the Hex to Ascii, and a plain text password
should appear. Copy this, or write down, and go back to your
wifisniper link page…
Change the Key Yype to Ascii, and paste in the plain text
password. If the password is just 5 characters long, leave
the WEP key length at 64bit, otherwise if the password is
longer you’ll need to also change the WEP key length
Scroll up – you’ll notice the ESSID of the wifi
network your device will repeat for you to use will be named
by default as “WFB-[name of the hacked network]“.
Change that now before we restart the router. If you wish
to secure your network with WPA2 , type your password in the
“WPA PRESHARED KEY” box.
Scroll down, click change, then click apply when the page
asks you. The device will start rebooting.
to your new open or secure Wifi network, and enjoy! Remember
you can always connect directly to the hacked network now
that you have the password, but if you have many devices and
you end up changing networks at a later point, it’s
easier to just keep the same open network that WifiSniper
creates and change the hacked network through just one device.