Fixed Unknown type of SSID

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    My Inflator cracked my PIN today but as result it shows a strange AP SSID: 'Network -a0f3c19d25ea' which is very not look like the real password. What does it mean?
    Xiaopan 0.4.6.1
     
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    that's right! I didn't notice this detail. I cannot understand what is this :)
    I thought maybe this is an alternative of the key so I tried to enter it by it says it is not correct. Did i miss something? The name of the AP is TP-LINK_9D25EA and the AP SSID also includes this digits and letter of the actual mac address. What does it mean? It is not yet set up or the real key shuold be dedcuted from this combinations or what?

    sorry, give server error when tring to insert anything
     

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    This is a well known issue: WPA PSK IN 64 HEX
    This may assist you further: Crack WPA2: Know Your Target

    It is using the default SSID. So from memory there is an algorthm to crack this. Think it might be in WPSCrackGUI.

    But try post #7 in the first link first and let me know how that goes :)
     
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    It worked! Thanks for the light in my issue )) The only thing I dont understand is that the Network name has changed from TP-LINK_9D25EA to Network-906925EA automatically after it connected to the router. I wonder, did the key change? Caus.. current key is so damn long and sofisticated... ))
     
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    They could be broadcasting two SSIDs simultaneously.
    • TL-WA701ND
    • TL-WA801ND
    • TL-WA901ND
    Models allow for Multi-SSID. Basically it allows up to 4 VLANs with different names. Only benefit of this is to assign different security profiles to different networks.

    One way to check is to check the AP router settings.

    Probably 192.168.0.1 and password for your login credentials
     
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