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I was experimenting with hashcat and aircrack to test WiFi security. The WiFi AP is a WPA2 encrypted network. The tool I used to capture is bettercap, which captured multiple WPA2 handshakes. The problem is that from those multiple handshakes I get two valid passwords for the same AP.

Question is, did I find a WPA2 hash collision or I am getting something wrong?!

Hashes are converted by hashcat tools to mode 22000.

Hashes from hashcat.potfile:

553228db2150902fd563d62c38682260:3a10d53d99a7:facc64a14bb8:Gastzugang:roteskreuz
cdd11e272989dc02fea3e6995b7107cb:3a10d53d99a7:f887f17c94e9:Gastzugang:123456789

UDATE: More proof that same WiFi AP handshakes(WPA2) have different passwords! enter image description here

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    $\begingroup$ It's not collision proof, but what you're seeing isn't going to be a collision as the chance of getting one is astronomically low. $\endgroup$
    – forest
    Nov 18, 2022 at 22:46
  • $\begingroup$ So you are imlying that hashcat does a wrong hash calculation in my case ? $\endgroup$
    – Kristi
    Nov 21, 2022 at 9:53

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