With the domestic wireless networks (IEEE 802.11) devices proliferate, wireless network security issues become the focus of attention. Beini is used for wireless network security assessment of a system.

Create a bootable latest & final version Beini 1.2.5 USB

Beini is a small Linux distribution that packs a punch. it is based on Tiny Core Linux. It offers an array of WiFi security audit tools. Beini is easy for newbie to used compare to BackTrack, which is the popular system used to crack WEP/WPA.
Beini include packages: Minidwep, Aircrack, Inflator, Reaver, Feeding Bottle, Wifite
*This guide is for your own educational purpose.
Hacking or Cracking other people wireless network is illegal and against law.
We advice you do not attempt to attack wireless network other than your own.
1. Download the latest Beini system.
Beini-1.2.5.iso
2. Download UNetbootin. (Note: Do NOT use the latest version, here we use 377)
UNetbootin 377
3. Format your USB as FAT32.
4. Create a new folder on your desktop, extract the ISO file that you downloaded in step 1 into that folder.
5. Open UNetbootin and setup the following (~ means the full Path of a Folder):
Kernel: ~\boot\bzImage
Initrd: ~\boot\tinycore.gz
Options: ~\boot\isolinux\isolinux.cfg
(you can change these options manually, for example: change the language (e.g. en.utf8).
Note: If the USB does not load you should add the following kernel boot parameter waitusb=8 to potentially fix the problem.
Note: Make sure you select the correct USB drive.
6. After you see "Installation Complete, Reboot (Current)", you can reboot the computer and select boot from your USB from BIOS.
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Wireless network security testing system

Beini is a small linux distribution that packs a punch.
Beini offers an array of WiFi security audit tools. The downloadable file is an ISO that can be burned to CD or USB to use.

Beini is noted for its speed and extensive list of WiFi supported-devices and chipsets - AR9271, Ralink, Atheros, among others.

Using Beini for auditing your WiFi

In order to use Beini scenarios to carry our your own wireless security audit - i.e. to test the strength of the encryption of a WiFi connection - you must use both utilities included, Bib and Feedingbottle.
The first is a WiFi scanner which measures the intensity of the signal and can discover networks around you. The second is a packet injection utility where you should select the WiFi card, the listening mode and type of attack. There are plenty of online tutorials that will tell you how to use Beini, but remember that lots of uses are illegal - you should only use Beini for assessing the security of WiFi connections you own.
Test your WiFi with Beini.
Pros
  • Compact and comprehensive
  • Contains all the tools you need
  • Feedbottle is a powerful tool
Cons
  • Not all network cards are compatible
  • Difficult for beginners to get to grips with
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Beini Wifi : Beini Wireless Card Not Found

Ok, I have noticed some of you having issues with Beini finding your WiFi device. First, try the latest version 1.2.5 or Xiaopan OS (works better). I had the same issue. Normally it is one of two things. Check out the tabled list here, if your device is not there it is highly unlikely that it will work and look at thechangelog!


2. Is your computer using your WiFi card?
Now, if your Mac or PC is using your WiFi card, Parallels, Virtualbox and VMware might have trouble unloading it from your computer. You will have to disable the drivers from your host machine. I.e. Your mac or pc in order to get it to work in Beini's virtual environment.


This is what happened with my Ralink RT3070. Don't be lazy and delete the plist associated with your card, because it did not work. I had to remove all traces of the driver from my Mac using the uninstaller that came with the software.


TIP
Also another handy tip is to enable the card before you bootup Beini. After it boots to the home screen be patient, after 1 min you can then open feeding bottle or minidwep-gtk.


Try An Alternative System
If you want something that works like Beini and is much better try Xiaopan OS, it even has Reaver Inflator :)


Another option is to try to download Beini 1.2.1, 1.2.2, 1.2.3 (note that this was built for users of rtl8188ru devices only) if version 1.2.5 still does not work for you. Or you can download my BackTrack 5 R2 Parallels image for your Mac or PC that also has the same and many more features (e.g. latest device drivers, better GUI, inflator) compared to Beini.
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Beini 1.2.3 LiveCD

Download Beini for free, a small LiveCD Linux distribution designed to be able to audit Wi-Fi networks. This utility includes an ideal pack of tools designed to work with the security of wireless networks.


Test the security of the encryption of Wi-Fi access points.
Thanks to Beinirecovering WEP and WPA passwords is easier than ever. Among its tools you'll find a wireless network scanner or detector and a package injection tool. Use a combination of both tools to avoid the protection systems of nearby Wi-Fi networks!

Features

  • Small distribution based on Linux and optimized to audit wireless networks.
  • Burn the ISO image on a CD or copy it to a USB device.
  • Compatible with a large amount of devices and Wi-Fi cards.
Check the security of a wireless network thanks to Beini, with which it will be much easier to audit the encryption of Wi-Fi networks. Download Beini for free!
Requirements and additional information:
  • Requires a ZIP compatible compressor.

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How to Create a Bootable Operating System USB for XiaoPanOS, Beini & other Tiny Core Linux Builds

This will create a portable build which you can load in a virtual machine environment or you can even boot into it! It is essentially a live CD but on USB.

I like having this as an idea because you could use most windows computers with no need to install some sort of virtualisation software, it also ensures that all your systems resources stay in your OS to get maximum performance. It is also kinda a cool idea to have a WiFi hacking laptop and accessories. If you want this you should also install Opera, Flash and other apps, games also if you want to (check out the repository). You just need to add the appropriate .tce or .tcz files (see here and note the appropriate file locations may not be the same as suggested here).

1. Download unetbootin-windows-309.exe (Windows) or you can download the latest Linux, Windows or Mac version.


2. Rename your drive and format your USB as FAT32




3. Create a new folder on your desktop

4. Download UltraISO or any other ISO program where you can extract the files

5. Mount your ISO into UltraISO or other

6. Extract the files into your new folder that you created on your desktop



7. Drag all those files within your new folder into the USB drive, now.


7. Open UNetbootin and navigate to the following:


Kernel: ~\boot\vmlinuz
Initrd: ~\boot\core.gz
Options: ~\boot\isolinux\isolinux.cfg

~ means your files on USB

some builds are varied and will be:

Kernel: ~\boot\bzImage
Initrd: ~\boot\tinycore.gz
Options: ~\boot\isolinux\isolinux.cfg

Note: you can change these options manually. E.g. change the screen resolution (vga = 7??) or change the language (e.g. en.utf8).



See Tiny Core FAQs for other variable options


Here are the codes to change the screen resolution:


 Color            640x480     800x600      1024x768     1280x1024

   256      8 bit     769         771           773          775
 32000   15 bit     784         787           790          793
 65000   16 bit     785         788           791          794
 16.7M   24 bit     786         789           792          795

8. After rebooting, select the USB boot option in the BIOS boot menu.
Reboot now? Yes



Note, this may only work in Windows or Linux system, definitely not Mac OS X. Check out the video below for an alternative method if the one above does not work. Let me know which methods work for you the best :)


If the USB does not load you should add the following kernel boot parameter waitusb=6 to potentially fix the problem.



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