Question retrieve wpa key with wps-pin

Discussion in 'Xiaopan Support' started by unnamed, 21 Dec 2013.

  1. unnamed

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    I have successfully cracked many networks with reaver pro . and every thing is amazing so far . today i found out the network that i hack with reaver not connected anymore ... i tried to reconnect but the network name is changed and the key is changed but not the network router (I know its the same network because i have the MAC address).

    my question is can i retrieve the wpa key with wps-pin that i have for that router ...

    any support would be appreciated truly .....

    Merry Christmas and happy new year to you all
     
  2. Mr. Penguin

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    Through a dictionary attack. WPSPin will not work as the router is not using the default pin / algorithm. As a hint they probably added a few numbers or letters to the end of their password. Think how they would think.
     
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  3. gunz_kruung

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    Yup Mr. Penguin right :happy:... you cant be able to retrieve the wpa password if the wps pin had been changed :sour:.. But if it still the default pin as you had cracked before then it good to go, just a make reaver usual command to associated with the router first then you save it and after that you continued running reaver again by using this command [ reaver -i mon0 -b (mac address) -p (wps pin) -c (channel) -vv ] and if I am not mistaken that you can open up a terminal in reaver pro although it perfectly completed with GUI by pressing the [alt+F9] to see the option.. Hope these can help you out:cool:
     
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