Issue Reaver problem

Discussion in 'Xiaopan Support' started by salizzan, 8 Apr 2014.

  1. salizzan

    salizzan Active Member

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    Hi..

    i have using Reaver that inside xiaopan latest version to test hack into my friend wifi router but fail.
    when i scan it shown my friend SSID with WPS is enable but when i try to hack it, its fail.

    My friend using D-link 615 with firmware v7.14.

    Reaver can't support/hacking on this router firmware??
     
  2. ImJoJo

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    Can you give a bit more details...when you say "it fails" do you mean Reaver will not find the PIN? Reaver will not try any PINs? What Wireless adapter are you using? Signal strength?
     
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    Let me see if I understood what you are saying and what the description on the Advanced Settings from the image you provided. Isn't Reaver designed to retrieve/recover the WPA/WPA2 passphrase from a WPS (WiFi Protected Setup) Enabled?

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    But, please, do correct me if I'm wrong. In another thread I suggested to those having an issue with a WPS Enabled AP to try mdk3 to reset the AP...works really good!
    Note: The use I mentioned is in case the WPS Enabled AP locks...IT WILL unlock it, reset it.
     
  5. meknb

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    I've seen a few dlink/ virgin media router's with this in my experience mdk3 is no use, Lock wireless settings stays enabled on reboot/reset so you can try a pin every 5min or every reboot, unless you uncheck Lock wireless settings reaver is pointless or would take to long.
     
  6. salizzan

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    Post 4 of that link explains what i mean.
     
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