WPA-secured wireless networks, or WiFI Protected Access, is a form of internet security that secures your wireless LAN from being accessed by unauthorized users. Safer than WEP, or wireless equivalent privacy, WPA still has weaknesses that are prone to cracking - IF, that is, you know what you're doing.
Luckily, if you're itching to steal some free WiFi, this tutorial has all you need to know. Check it out to learn a beginner-friendly way to crack a WPA wireless network on Windows or Linux OS.
Commands Used: airmon-ng (Shows connected network adapters/devices) macchanger -s [INTERFACE] (Shows our current Mac Address) macchanger -m [DESIRED MAC] [INTERACE] (Spoofs our Mac Address to hide our identity) airodump-ng [INTERFACE] (Shows available networks on your network adapter) airodump-ng --bssid [Mac of Router] -w [FILENAME] -c [CHANNEL] [ADAPTER] (Writes intercepted/sniffed IV's to a CAP document.