Keyspace List for WPA on Default Routers
Not knowing C or C++ but pretty good at matlab, I've managed to take the code shown earlier and created a matlab version so I can create the dictionaries for GVN589 and 599. It was a struggle dealing with some of the 128 bit operations and deciphering all the weird C code, but it now matches the outputs upto intmax.

PM if you want a copy of the code. Here's a teaser:



function psk=genpass589(x)

ATT_NVG5XX_PSK_LEN=13;
CHARSET = 'abcdefghijkmnpqrstuvwxyz23456789#%+=?';
y=x;
y=y+bitshift(y,31);

y=psk_rounding(y);

y=int128_product_shift(y); %128 bit integers

y=psk_rounding(y); %back to 64 bits


one=bitshift(y,-1);
two=one;

for i=0:5
key1=CHARSET(1+mod(two,37));
two=bin_divide(two);
key2=char(50+mod(two,8));
two=bin_divide(two);
psk(11-(i*2)+1)=key1;
psk(11-(i*2))=key2;
end
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RE: Keyspace List for WPA on Default Routers - by drsnooker - 06-07-2020, 08:31 PM