Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS; originally Wi-Fi Simple Config) is a network security standard to create a secure wireless home network. The PIN method (see below) could fail against brute-force attacks. Created by the Wi-Fi Alliance and introduced in 2006, the goal of the protocol is to allow home users who know little of wireless security and may be intimidated by the available security options to set up Wi-Fi Protected Access, as well as making it easy to add new devices to an existing network without entering long passphrases. Prior to the standard, several competing solutions were developed by different vendors to address the same need. A major security flaw was revealed in December 2011 that affects wireless routers with the WPS PIN feature, which most recent models have enabled by default. The flaw allows a remote attacker to recover the WPS PIN in a few hours with a brute-force attack and, with the WPS PIN, the network’s WPA/WPA2 pre-shared key. Users have been urged to turn off the WPS PIN feature, although this may not be possible on some router models.
Note: Only WPS Routers are eligible for this trick and even not all WPS can be hackable so don’t rate us bad id if its not works for you.
- An Rooted Android Device (I used Samsung Galaxy SIII)
- Install WIFI WPS WPA Tester app
Hack WIFI from an Android?
#1: Open App
#2: Select targeted WIFI Name.
#3: A popup will appeared.
#4: Click on Connect.
#5: Choose a PIN for attack and Click Connect.
#6: Wait for few second while its working.
#7: Password will be appeared.