Issue Bully - Retrying Same Pin

Discussion in 'Xiaopan Support' started by genjitakiya, 17 Sep 2013.

  1. genjitakiya

    genjitakiya Active Member

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    me try run bully 4.7.2..but why ping same
    look pic..cant help me
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    info my wifi

    WiFiSKY" BLACK KING 2000mW

    with 10dbi Antenna



    802.11 b/g WIFI Wireless Network Adapter 200mw
    WIFISKY adopts Realtek RTL8187L+RTL8225-VF Chipset and high power amplifier to enhance product performance.The setting of external omni-directional 6DB antenna enables WIFISKY Adapter to receive stronger signal.In case of installing shield,it completely avoids the strong radiation from high-power adapter,as it greatly improves stability.



    Product Features:
    Power about 10 times than the ordinary one's;
    2.The furthest transmission distance is 4000meters(Outside Test Distance),
    3.The driver supports 24 languages;
    4.Supporting Win98,2000,XP,Vista,Win7 and MAC.

    Product Parameters:
    1. Standard: IEEE 802.11b/g
    2. Interface: USB 2.0/1.1
    3. Frequency: 2.412GHZ ~2.484GHZ unlicensed ISM band
    4. Main chip: RTL8187L
    5. Reception range: Test distance 4000 meters,Actual use according to the surrounding environment
    6. Modulation: IEEE 802.11b:DBPSK/DQPSK/CCK,IEEE 802.11g:BPSK,QPSK,16QAM,64QAM
    7. Transmission rate: IEEE 802.11b:1,2,5,5 ,11Mbps,IEEE 802.11g:6,9,12,18,24,36,54Mbps
    8. Security: WEP (64/128/256bit),WPA,WPA-PSK,WPA2 TKIP/AES , WPA2-PSK
    9. Antenna: 6DBI RP-SMA
    10. Application system: Windows 98SE,Me,2000,XP,windows7, Vista ,MAC,Linux
    11. Transmission power: 27dBm ± 1dBm
    12. Receiver sensitivity: Operating at 11Mbps:< , 54Mbps:<
    13. Size: 8.5cm*5.8cm*1.8cm
    14. Weight: 58g
    15. Temperature: -10 ~ 55 Celsius
    16. Humidity: 10 ~90% (non-condensing)
    17. Certification: FCC,CE
     

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  2. vampiricbunny1800

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    must be the humidity if your off 1 % u could explode :p
    ok in all seriousness does the router have a block command ? such as you may try a pin 20 times then you have to wait 1 hr or 20 hrs or whatever?

    this could be the issue check into it.
     
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    @estimacamry did some comparisons with performance with Bully v Reaver. Seems like Bully has some issues. Not sure where the post is but check his posts in his profile ;)
     
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    I have tried Bully on 15+ networks and it just repeats pins, timeout, EAPFail or WPSfail. It has been completely useless. [​IMG]
     
  6. kamil121

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    Reaver is far better, making sure your close to the AP is important. I had no issue with Reaver working when the signal is at around 60-db.

    This might be a bit off topic but, WPA/WPA2 via WPS is now un hackable. You can do a WPS attack as newer routers just constantly do a WPS lock, No matter what command or set the pin delay, it's impossible.

    Well, it's a good thing though, less cyber crime, etc. :D
     
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