I wish to gain access to my neighbors WPA secured WiFi. What do I need and how do I go about it? They have all this bandwidth that they never use EVER. It's sad when I could be donating the bandwidth to good causes. Please help me. Contacting me is available of several different means to talk about this and I can use Win7 or Ubuntu. Thanks ahead of time.
The simplest way to describe the problem with your situation is that every single WPA password is encrypted specifically for it's ESSID (the wi-fi's name).
Example: If I name my wireless lan "test" and set a password "1234567890", with all those tools around (for example aircrack-ng) you could get the encrypted password and store it for later decryption. The day after if I just change my wlan's name to "test2" and you go capture again the encrypted password you will see that it is different from the initial, even though the password itself haven't changed!
Therefore, unless the targeted ESSID is a common one, you will have to decrypt that password your self, being unable to benefit of the pre-calculated passwords for common ESSIDs which are out there on the net. This procedure could take even years with a common PC.
I don't have major experience on the field so if i have said something wrong, corrections are more than welcome