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9:46 PM
@calccrypto I may be wrong, but something tells me you’ll have a pretty hard time to find anyone who will help you build an “attack” tool.
@calccrypto As an aside, let me give you a helpful hint: you might want to enhance your question. As I’ve also noted in my comment, your question pretty much reads like a “why doesn’t this code work” type of question… which is one of the close-reasons at StackOverflow.
As long as your bounty is in place, you’re safe because an active bounty blocks close-votes… but that won’t save the question on the long run. Therefore, it might be a good idea to make it read less “why doesn’t this work” and more “I did this, expected that, but got the following”. Other things that might enhance your question are things like “I tried to fix it by doing this, that, and that… but the problem still exists”.
In fact, the page “How do I ask a good question?” provides good info if you’re unsure about something specific. Hope that helps…
 
10:24 PM
@e-sushi yeah i know :( but its kind of hard to not ask a "whats wrong with my code" question for this question. Im not sure I can get test vectors for breaking WEP, short of ripping apart aircrack or something.

Where should I place crypto implementation code questions then? My questions aren't usually easily found by checking some documentation. Its usually something crazy that has a simple error that I won't find because I've looked at the code for too long
@e-sushi I can't say that I have expected values, because all I have are the root key, and the key I generated. There are no intermediate values I could work with, or I wouldnt have asked the question.
 

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