WIBR (WiFi BruteForce) – Android App For Hackers

WIBR is an android app that you can use to break into a password protected (weak) WiFi network. It is actually a brute forcer that allows you to perform a dictionary attack on the target. If you don’t know what is a dictionary attack, read this Wikipedia article: Dictionary_Attack

Note: Turn on your WiFi before diving into the tutorial.

How To Use WIBR

1. Download and install WIBR on your android device.
(Download link is at the end of this article)
2. Open the app, you will see a screen like this:
WIBR Read Me
3. Tap on “List Networks“, it will display the WiFi networks in your range. Then select the target WiFi network from the list, you will see a screen like this:

4. Choose the wordlists you want to use and then tap on “Start Wordlist Test“. The app will start attacking the target WiFi network (See the image below).


Wait for some time, it will display the password (if it is in the wordlists).

Note: The attacking process is very slow, so you have to wait for a really long time to get the password.


Download Link : Download WIBR (WiFi BruteForce) [MediaFire Link]


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