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Wireless Password Recovery - documentation and screenshots

Wireless Password Recovery is a powerful yet user-friendly utility designed primarily with security auditors, network administrators and forensic companies in mind although some home users will also likely find it very useful. The user interface is modern in design and there are no confusing features to get you bogged down with. This interface is also customizable in a variety of ways, allowing the program to more aptly cater to your individual requirements and preferences. If you want to hack wifi password in order to recover lost passkeys, Wireless Password Recovery provides certain features which help to make this possible. It also takes advantage of your available hardware resources to recover passwords. Since recovering can take a very long time, this is essential in order to make it practical. Wireless Password Recovery uses the full power of both your CPU and even your GPU to achieve this.

The program works with only one project at a time. A typical workflow looks like this:

  1. Creating a project
  2. Importing (reading) WPA hashes to the project. Editing the hashes: deleting, adding, selecting, etc. 
  3. Recovering the hashes. Includes selecting, configuring and launching the selected one or several attacks.
  4. Analyzing the results.
Wireless Password Recovery

The entire interface can be conventionally divided into several components:
  1. Menu Bar at the top of the program's window.
  2. Information Bar - for displaying brief information texts - like tips, warnings, etc.
  3. Task Bar at the left side duplicates and compliments the menu bar, providing quick access to the most common operations.
  4. Main Window consists of several parts. The first tab is the welcome window. The second tab contains the list of hashes to be analyzed and recovered. Then there goes a tab with the current attack state (progress) indicator, a tab with the statistics/reports. And finally - a hardware monitor tab.
  5. Log Window at the bottom displays information on the current state of the application, current operation, etc. The program's log can be copied to the clipboard or saved to a file (right-clicking opens the context menu).
  6. Status Bar is aimed for informational purposes.

Wireless Password Recovery - working with the program

Loading WPA hashes into the program
Selecting a password recovery method
Reports and audit
Attack comparison table
Passcape Online wordlists
Additional tools
Wordlist tools


Additional links

Hardware monitor
Password filters
Event notifications
GPU health monitor
GPU load adjustment
Recovery speed for CPU devices (reported by users)
Recovery speed for GPU devices (reported by users)
Program's manual