no matter what router i scan i can't seem to get e-hash1 and e-hash2 from reaver or wireshark. My reaver is the default reaver that comes with the latest kali linux. Any ideas how to get those ? I can get all the rest (Auth key, PKE,PKR etc)
not doing anything exotic
wifi card: RT2501/RT2573 Wireless Adapter
Reaver version: v1.5.2
command: reaver -i wlan0mon -b <mac> -c1 -S -vv
Linux version 4.7.0-kali1-amd64 (email@example.com) (gcc version 5.4.1 20160803 (Debian 5.4.1-1) ) #1 SMP Debian 4.7.5-1kali3 (2016-09-29)
tried several different routers i'm not getting e-hash1 or e-hash2. I have also tried with wireshark as well but still i see nothing related to e-hash1 and e-hash2 in packets
Hello squiddy, what happens if you add another v:
reaver -i wlan0mon -b <mac> -c 1 -vvv
or, what happens if you do:
reaver -i wlan0mon -b <mac> -c 1 -K -vvv
Last edited by John_Doe; 2016-10-30 at 10:57 PM.
did not work with Speedport W724V Type Ci, ZTE ZXDSL 931VII v4 or Zyxel VMG5313-B30
speedport and zyxel lock wps after few tries and zte turned it off completely. all devices wps reset after power cycle.
Is it possible to be made script which could use PIN LIST for the half pin1 or for the whole pin with 11 000 possibilitie to imitate original brute-force?
Because there are some routers which start from 1234| and they only change the second half of the PIN
p2_index set to 1
[+] Pin count advanced: 10001. Max pin attempts: 11000
[+] Trying pin 12340002.
[P] WPS Manufacturer: ZTE Corporation
[P] WPS Model Name: ZXHN H118N
[P] WPS Model Number: ZXHN H118N
[P] Access Point Serial Number: 123456789012347
kcdtv: Acknowledging the first M5 is enough to create the fake positive for the first half. Problem here is that this M5 should not exist and totally disable the concept of two stages brute force.
Got the wps pin using "reaver -i wlan0mon -b (insert bssid here) -vvv -W 2 (it is a belkin router) -a -c (insert channel number here), tried to get the passwd using the --pin= option in reaver and it gives me a hash looking thing for the passwd. I still couldn't use that "hash" to connect to the network. I tried to disconnect all AP's from the client as well as changing my mac address to one of the AP's connected on the network, still no success. However, I couldn't help but notice that each time I tried with the passwd I got from pixie, it got NACS errors but every time I tried with a different wps pin than the correct one, it tests it and reports that it didn't work. Kinda stuck here. Some information: WPA and WPS (no WPA2), Belkin chipset, WPS is not locked and is, according to the command "wash -i wlan0mon" at a version 1.0 and it does send out beacons frequently. I'm not very far away from the router, according to the wash command, -59. I just want to learn why this is happening and explore. Since it has WPA enabled as well, I tried to capture a handshake by running aireplay-ng with the 3 and 1 option, as well as aircrack-ng, still got the same wps pin. Tried to de-hash that using an online hash cracker but no use. Tried to connect to the AP using the wps pin (someone mentioned a link that led to the ubuntu forums) and no use.
Has anyone checked into Broadcom routers? I think it's vulnerable, but I need to know for sure, can someone test if i send the info? I already posted in this topic before, but didn't get much replies regarding this.
This is really good lmaoLook up your device on Wikidevi. If your device contains one of the chipsets as listed above, disable WPS now. If your device does NOT contain one of the chipsets as listed above, disable WPS now.