kismet-deauth-wpa2-handshake-plugin - Python plugin for Kismet to perform deauthentication to collect WPA2 handshakes

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This basic Python plugin for Kismet runclient.py. The main purpose of the plugin is to collect WPA handshakes by actively deauthenticating connected clients automatically.

https://github.com/ph4r05/kismet-deauth-wpa2-handshake-plugin

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