Android Android Thomson Key Solver

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    Though the most recent binary version is still available from Google Code, all the development will be done over Github at https://github.com/ruiaraujo/routerkeygen.

    Download: http://code.google.com/p/android-thomson-key-solver/downloads/list

    Google Code will act as a mirror of Github from now on.

    Router Keygen generate default WPA/WEP keys for the following routers:
    1. Thomson based routers ( this includes Thomson, SpeedTouch, Orange, Infinitum, BBox, DMax, BigPond, O2Wireless, Otenet, Cyta , TN_private, Blink )
    2. DLink ( only some models )
    3. Pirelli Discus
    4. Eircom
    5. Verizon FiOS ( only some routers supported)
    6. Alice AGPF
    7. FASTWEB Pirelli and Telsey
    8. Huawei (some Infinitum)
    9. Wlan_XXXX or Jazztel_XXXX
    10. Wlan_XX ( only some are supported)
    11. Ono ( P1XXXXXX0000X )
    12. WlanXXXXXX, YacomXXXXXX and WifiXXXXXX
    13. Sky V1 routers
    14. Clubinternet.box v1 and v2
    15. InfostradaWifi
    To calculate the Thomson keys, a dictionary file is required.

    The dictionary is only a 28Mb single file, which is smaller and more efficient than anything else available on the market. This file should be downloaded by default to your SD card, though you can select the folder where the file is on the preferences menu. Alternativly we can use your Internet connection instead of the dictionary. This option can be activated in the settings menu.

    It also can calculate natively the key although it will take about 2 minutes in less powerfull phones and about 10 seconds on a Samsung Galaxy S. This tool also detects the new 2010 Thomson routers for which keys cannot yet be generated.

    Telecom Italia has complained to Google about this application, and so it has been removed from the Android Market, so for now please download it from here.
     
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