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Old 11-09-2007, 08:32 AM   #1
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Backtrack 2 and Aircrack?

Does Backtrack 2.0 have aircrack, airdump, and airplay in it or do I have to get it separate? And when I do have them what are the command prompt lines I have to put for those programs to run. I'm trying to crack the encryption code on my WiFi signal, does anybody have step by step instructions or know where I can find them. I really need the command prompt lines though.
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