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Re: WPS / Reaver
said by NetFixer :
OTOH, my cheap Netgear WNR1000v2-VC wireless router does not even need a WPS patch because its WPS PIN mode can be disabled without disabling the WiFi radio, and its WPS push button mode still works if you have a compatible client.
In my previous post, I mentioned avoiding flashing my E1000 with dd-wrt, but, alas I ventured into uncharted waters and ended up with an E1000 paperweight. I visited Walmart and I am now the proud owner of a Belkin N150 which cost less than half of my E1500 (which I patiently await the WPS patch from Linky). This new Belkin router has the capacity to disable WPS.
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