WPSPin 1.5

Cracks Default WPS Pins of FTE-XXXX, vodafoneXXXX, Belkin, WLAN_XXXX Networks

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  1. maripuri
    WPSPIN.sh is the linux version of the tool taken by the working group www.lampiweb.com.

    It uses various algorithms have more details in the readme and below.

    WPSPIN mode incorporates "Essid unknown" to FTE (automatically activated, will display three pins)
    Its use and implementation are simple, they will have to cut and paste data from your window airopdump-ng, wash, walsh, wireshark etc ...

    You can obtain the default PIN (3 if essid is changed FTE) of routeurs directly affected and you can try your luck with reaver.

    To do this you must have activated mon0 in monitor mode (which means having installed aircrack-ng) and reaver wps course.

    Having a version with option "- p" functional revaer reaver 1.3 or 1.4 FIX 113)

    Note that the script will return the PIN obtained by applying the algorithm "zaoChunsheng" for any unsupported or unknown router ... Perhaps you are lucky!

    They have integrated generic wire pins
    Patterns of PINs for WPA

    The work is based on several algorithms that could be divided into two categories, as regards HUAWEI HG532c with essid FTE-XXX (knowing the way essid essid or unknown) and "other". (A few BSSID list and models supported is very lejo from exhaustive)

    As you can see from the list of supported bssid, we have a Chinese brand routeur "tenda" with essid unknown.

    If I give credits zaoChunsheng should give them to colleagues also:
    • HG566 Compote vodafoneXXX,
    • Maripuri (and Zeiffel went around erca ) In telnet Wlan_XXX,
    • Dirneet in tenda and Zyxel
    • Found the algorithm beklin-XXXX and FTE FTE unknown mode has been changed so it's hard to say the group was working

    Crack-wifi.com Antares_145 wrote him checksum function in bash, generation and testing. Merci l'ami.
    With the function and our compilation scripts in our forum 1camarĂ³n1 linux've had everything under the hand to do it.

    This finding is somewhat intriguing. That one manufacturer uses two algorithms close in two different models routers means ... And even if you use the same for several models, also conceived.

    But encountering the same algorithm in a multinational China (huawei) and other U.S. (Beklin) seems like a joke.

    WPSPIN:
    http://ubuntuone.com/50hTnKWl9tyG5gkm74e05j

    WPSPIN (Xubuntu / Ubuntu)
    http://ubuntuone.com/5v4LkZZU0cBodulojZrRvq

    -------------------------------------------------- -
    Manufacturer> HUAWEI
    essid> FTE-XXXX
    model> HG532c "Echo Life"
    --------------------------------------------------
    Supported bssid
    04:C0:6F
    20:2B:C1
    28:5F:DB
    80:B6:86
    84:A8:E4
    B4:74:9F
    BC:76:70
    CC:96:A0
    --------------------------------------------------
    Manufacturer> HUAWEI
    essid> vodafoneXXXX
    model> HG566a
    --------------------------------------------------
    Supported bssid
    5C:4C:A9:
    62:A8:E4:
    62:C0:6F:
    62:C6:1F:
    6A:55:9C:
    6A:C7:14:
    72:C0:6F:
    72:C7:14:
    72:E8:7B:
    --------------------------------------------------
    Manufacturer> Belkin
    essid> Belkin_N + _XXXXXX
    model> F5D8235-4 v 1000
    --------------------------------------------------
    Supported bssid
    00:22:75:
    --------------------------------------------------
    Manufacturer> Belkin
    essid> belkin.XXX
    model> F9K1104 (N900 DB Wireless N + Router)
    --------------------------------------------------
    Supported bssid
    08:86:3B:
    --------------------------------------------------
    Manufacturer> Belkin
    essid> belkin.XXX
    model> F5D8231-4 ver. 5000
    --------------------------------------------------
    Supported bssid
    00:1C:DF
    --------------------------------------------------
    Manufacturer> Teldat
    essid> WLAN_XXXX
    essid> WLAN_XX
    model> iRouter1104-W
    --------------------------------------------------
    Supported bssid
    00:A0:B6:
    --------------------------------------------------
    Manufacturer> Zyxel
    essid> ZyXEL
    model> ZyXEL NBG-419N
    --------------------------------------------------
    Supported bssid
    50:57:F0:
    -------------------------------------------------
    Manufacturer> Tenda
    essid>?
    model> W309R
    -------------------------------------------------
    Supported bssid
    C8:3A:35:
    NEW! They have integrated generic wire pins http://lampiweb.com/foro/index.php/topic, 8188.0.html

    ROUTERS MODELS WITH GENERIC INTEGRATED PINS
    -----------------------------------------------
    Fagricante> NOTES TELECOM
    essid> WLAN_XXXX
    model> AW4062
    -----------------------------------------------
    Supported bssid
    00:19:15
    -----------------------------------------------
    Manufacturer> ZYXELL
    essid> WLAN_XXXX
    model> P-870HW-51A V2
    -----------------------------------------------
    Supported bssid
    40:4A:03:
    -----------------------------------------------
    Manufacturer> OEM Shenzhen Electronics Gongjin
    essid> WLAN_XXXX
    Model> Encore ENDSL-4R5G
    -----------------------------------------------
    Supported bssid
    F4: 3E: 61:
    00:1F:A4:
    -----------------------------------------------
    Manufacturer> Comtrend
    essid> JAZZTELL_XXXX
    Model> AR-5387un
    -----------------------------------------------
    Supported bssid
    38:72:C0:
    -----------------------------------------------
    Manufacturer> ADB-Broadband
    essid> WLAN_XXXX
    model> PDG-A4001N
    -----------------------------------------------
    Supported bssid
    30:39:F2:
    DC:0B:1A:
    -----------------------------------------------
    Manufacturer> Comtrend
    essid> WLAN_XXXX
    model> Gigabit 802.11n
    -----------------------------------------------
    Supported bssid
    00:1A:2B:

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