Project Report on Wi-Fi Cracking

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PROJECT REPORT
ON
Wi-Fi Cracking

In partial fulfilment of the subject ISM in Semester-I MBA programme at LDRP-ITR
KADI SARVA VISHWAVIDYALAYA
GANDHINAGAR

SUBMITTED BY:
Nirav B. Mandaliya
1ST SEM. MBA

SUBMITTED TO: MS. SEJAL ACHARYA

INDEX
No.| Particulars| Page no. |
i.| Preface| 3|
ii.| Acknowledgement| 4|
iii.| Objective of Study| 5|
ix.| Introduction of Wi-Fi| 6|
| * Meaning of Wi-Fi| 7|
| * Use of Wi-Fi| 9|
x.| How to crack Wi-Fi| 10|
xi.| Advantages | 16|
xii.| Disadvantages| 17|
xiii.| Conclusion| 18|
xiiii.| Bibliography | 19|

PREFACE

A mathematical theory is not to be considered complete until you have made it so clear that you can explain it to the layman whom you meet on the street. “David Hilbert “
As a part of the curriculum, the MBA students are required to works in every aspect through research and surveys and there by prepare a research based project report. The objective behind preparing a project report is to relate the management theories taught in the classroom to their practical application.

Best efforts have been made to derive feasible conclusion towards the objectives of the project, yet there could be some errors and omissions. This may please be excused.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

 I wish to acknowledge my specific ineptness to director of LDRP –ITR, who made this opportunity to perform curriculum study of MBA course.

I am extremely grateful to Ms. Sejal Acharya for their valuable guidance and best possible help during project.

I am deeply grateful to my parent’s who have given me every help and moral support and their constant advice which enabled me to pursue my academic aim. Thanks to other classmate or seniors for their co-operation and suggestions through out this project.

OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY

* How to crack the Wi-Fi.

* The steps of cracking Wi-Fi system.

INTRODUCTION OF WI-FI

* Wi-Fi:
A wireless network uses radio waves, just like cell phones, televisions and radios do. Infect, communication across a wireless network is a lot like two-way radio communication. Here's what happens:

1. A computer's wireless adapter translates data into a radio signal and transmits it using an antenna.

2. A wireless router receives the signal and decodes it. It sends the information to the Internet using a physical, wired Ethernet connection. The process also works in reverse, with the router receiving information from the Internet, translating it into a radio signal and sending it to the computer's wireless adapter. The radios used for Wi-Fi communication are very similar to the radios used for walkie-talkies, cell phones and other devices. They can transmit and receive radio waves, and they can convert 1’s and 0’s into radio waves and convert the radio waves back into 1sand 0s. But Wi-Fi radios have a few notable differences from other radios:  

They transmit at frequencies of 2.4 GHz or 5GHz. This frequency is considerably higher than the frequencies used for cell phones, walkie-talkies and televisions. The higher frequency allows the signal to carry more data.

They use 802.11 networking standards, which come in several flavours:  
802.11b was the first version to reach the marketplace. It's the slowest and least expensive standard, and it's becoming less common as faster standards become less expensive. 802.11b transmits in the 2.4 GHz...
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