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Juggernaut
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reply to DarkSithPro

Re: What are you doing regarding the Reaver Hack

Yes, you're good to go. It's disabled.


DaMaGeINC
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Alot of routers say its disabled, but in reality, its not... Since Ive been using this hack this week. Ive gained access to two routers that have this function disabled, yet, I was still able to use the hack on them....

I would not count yourself safe just yet....
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Hating ignorance since 1984.


Juggernaut
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Well, never mind then...

What router brands, and models were hacked?


jamesnyc

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I found another web page with WPS vulnerability tips.. The site has lots of PC security tips I wish more users would follow.

»www.safegadget.com/72/major-wire···wps-bug/


planet

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There is a spreadsheet available that lists router vulnerabilities. I would add the link here but I'm at work and unable to access it. It is mentioned in several other threads that speak to WPS here on dslr.The primary router that is unable to disable WPS is cisco/linksys. Other brands that offer cheaper routers including belkin and d-link are able to disable it. The spreadsheet confirms this.


Juggernaut
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Yes, I've seen the Google doc you refer to. Didn't see my Netgear 2000 v3 on it, but who knows.

I was actually asking Damage which routers he had hacked, as he stated he hacked two. More of a curiosity thing.


DaMaGeINC
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Linksys wrt54hgsv2 and a netgearcgd modem router combo.


Juggernaut
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Thanks.


planet

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reply to Juggernaut
said by Juggernaut:

Yes, I've seen the Google doc you refer to. Didn't see my Netgear 2000 v3 on it, but who knows.

After disabling WPS on your router, have you tried deleting the connection status on your pc to the router? After doing this and you try to connect wirelessly to your router, you should only be prompted to enter your passkey manually not via WPS.


Juggernaut
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I'm hard wired on my desktop, and haven't bothered to do it yet on my Playbook, or lappie. I guess I should do it today!



DarkLogix
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I'm wondering has there been any testing of cisco AP's, IE not linksys but real cisco ones?

like the 1242AG?
It doesn't have any WPS button or any label with a pin, but in the web interface it has under advertise advanced features a checkbox for advertise wps

I plan to test Reaver/Walsh against it but haven't had the time yet.
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DataRiker
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Re: What are you doing regarding the Reaver Hack

If you don't have a push button that would suggest you have in internal register and are not affected.


DarkLogix
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Cool, thats what I was thinking

it doesn't have the push button or a WPS pin anywhere on it


planet

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If you're running a Linksys router, here's an update:
»www6.nohold.net/Cisco2/ukp.aspx?···id=25154


DarkLogix
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If you ment to reply to me then no I'm not using a Linksys but a real Cisco AP
model number AIR-1242AG

sabretooth

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nm


planet

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Ahhh..Linksys has begun releasing FW to mitigate this vulnerability..finally..here's link to the E1500 Linksys FW update page:
»homesupport.cisco.com/en-us/supp···rs/E1500

The E4200 has been released as well. Not sure which other Linky routers.