How do I break into a locked wifi network? I exceed data limit on my android easily. Is there some on the down low trick people keep secret or am I fucked? I've Google it and there are programs you can pay an ass load for but no.
Yes. But only under certain conditions which are most likely never met anymore.
Your best chance for a WPS attack is if the PIN hasn't been changed and is still based on the MAC of the router. However, every router nowadays will advise the user to change the PIN, or even turn WPS off entirely when not used to connect a new device.
Oh yes. When wardriving was still fun and networks easy to get into.
However, WPA/2 made me look more into it in general. I can understand what this protocol is and how it works and I understand that it's just a matter of time until WPA/2 is not a safe encryption method anymore.
Tools to bruteforce passwords can now be run on Servers you can rent for a few bucks a month with computational power far beyond anything a single person will ever own. So once someone found a weakspot to accelerate a bruteforce "guess" of a WPA/2 password, it's wardriving season again.
>But only under certain conditions which are most likely never met anymore.
Not really. either WPS is OFF on router and you are fucked or it is ON and you can get password even with phone. How long it will take however, if they have MAC address filtering on or anything else is of course completly different issue.
As for OP, you got enough clues in this thread alredy, don't be a faggot (more than you alredy are) and seach/google it.
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Yeah I seem to recall that when it's on the attack isn't too hard. And you can always sniff traffic and spoof a valid mac once it goes inactive. On another note that's the best way to get free wifi on airplanes that charge for it
Well yeah, in any case you had to bruteforce the PIN if it was changed. Since WPS uses a eight-digit password (which is insanely weak) you can crack it with 11K guesses, a matter of hours depending on the router settings (timeout) and your own computer power.
Still, things like MAC filtering are what I was thinking of when saying the ideal conditions for WPS cracking are most likely not met anymore.
>what is shifting goal posts
Yes of course you can spoof your MAC to get around a MAC filter. But this would require you to know what MAC is whitelisted. If no client is connected or the network is denying ARP-scans from unknown, how are you going to know what MAC to choose? Just gonna scramble through every possible MAC?
281,474,976,710,656 possible mac addresses. Im assuming since you will have to wait for connection auth & test packets to return true, its going to be like 1/2 tries a second.