Cracking wpa2 with foreign characters.
I opened a hotsport wifi with a password "çççççççç".I boot The-Distribution-Which-Does-Not-Handle-OpenCL-Well (Kali) Linux in my computer. Then do all things to capture the 4 way handshake. I converted the cap file to hccapx using the I started a mask attack to hccapx file. The command I used is this: hashcat64.exe -a 3 -m 2500 -1 Çç --status --status-timer=2 --gpu-temp-abort=60 --gpu-temp-retain=55 -w3 C:\Users\Xwekta\Desktop\Wifi2.hccapx ?1?1?1?1?1?1?1?1  But Hashcat couldn't find the password. What am I doing wrong?

(By the way I am using Hashcat in windows 64-bit system with Nvidia Gtx 770. )
(05-26-2017, 10:22 AM)atom Wrote:

Thank you for your post. It solved my problem kinda. I did all things that suggested but This blog is about Arabic which means all letter has 4 digit hex. In our language we also use Latin Letters so most of the letters have 2 digit hex. So every digit of the password I have to choose is that digit will be only a Turkish letter or only a Latin letter. How can I show 2 digit hex using 4 digit?

Edit: Or I have another question How to tell Hashcat to take hex values 4 by 4 not 2?

Edit 2: I think post is dead thanks everybody for not solving the problem.