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In conversation with Krebs, Cupid Media managing director Andrew Bolton said that the database included details of inactive users, as well as current customers, and was probably related to a security breach that occurred at the company in January 2013.Andrew Bolton told Brian Krebs: "In January we detected suspicious activity on our network and based upon the information that we had available at the time, we took what we believed to be appropriate actions to notify affected customers and reset passwords for a particular group of user accounts. However, what is very clear is that many of the passwords exposed in this latest security breach are woefully bad choices by Cupid Media's users.Yes, that's right, the passwords were not protected at all.They were stored by the hacked company in *plaintext* format. Security blogger Brian Krebs has reported that an intrusion at online dating firm Cupid Media earlier this year resulted in hackers getting away with the haul of valuable data earlier this year.It has since been discovered on a web server, alongside data stolen in other hacks, including a recent attack against Adobe.

In previous tutorials, I have shown how to crack WEP, WPA2, and WPS, but some people have complained that cracking WPA2 takes too long and that not all access points have WPS enabled (even though quite a few do).

Of course, it's possible that Cupid Media has mended its ways and now stores its dating customers' passwords in a more secure fashion. But in the meantime, if you are a user of any of these websites, you need to ensure that you are not using the same password on any other website, and always use a password that is hard to guess and tricky to crack.

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The target user has been de-authenticated from their AP.

When they re-authenticate, they will directed to the the cloned evil twin access point.

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