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2012-02-21 12:56 PM
2012-02-21 01:04 PM
sabretooth wrote: By setting the disable WPS pin, the router can not be hacked by what you have been reading.
2012-02-21 01:11 PM
2012-02-21 01:44 PM
Shiftone wrote: This is highly inaccurate.
Disabling the PIN prevents a device from connecting using the PIN.
However - the WPS protocol still operates in the background and will continue to respond to the attack.
The exploit not only returns the WPS PIN but also the WPA PSK in plaintext when successful. I was able to break my WPA key in less than 3 hours.
This vunerability is much more severe than people think.
2012-02-21 01:53 PM
Shiftone wrote: On my DGND3300v2 -even with the WPS PIN disabled the WPS protocol operates in the background and is still vunerable to attack.
2012-02-21 01:57 PM
2012-03-06 04:49 PM