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WiFi Protected Set-up (WPS) is everywhere. And it's vulnerable to exploitation. Don't get caught with a weak WPS implementation. Detect and disable WPS before the attackers do!
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✔ Dedicated attack platform
✔ Easy-to-use graphical interface
✔ Faster pin retrieval
✔ Automatic notifications
✔ OpenWRT compatible
✔ Reaver Pro system
✔ Omni-directional 5dBi antenna
✔ 12V DC power supply
✔ Quick start guide
Expandable and Powerful
Want more tools for a comprehensive penetration test? With telnet and SSH access to Reaver Pro's command line, you're free to install OpenWRT packages to build your perfect WiFi attack platform!
Auto Notification via Email
Who has time to hang around for Reaver Pro to obtain the WPS PIN? No worries! Now you can configure Reaver Pro to automatically send you the PIN to an email address you specify! Performing a penetration test? How about automatically sending the PIN directly to your client? Job well done!
Click To Pwn
Dedicated Hardware Platform
Reaver Pro is now a standalone hardware device. No need to tie up your laptop for hours running Reaver! Simply turn it on, select your target, and walk away. Cracking WPS PINS has never been easier!
With a brand new GUI interface built into Reaver Pro, you're only a few clicks away from cracking WPS and owning networks! No more command line arguments. Just point your browser to Reaver Pro and get cracking with the click of a button!
Everybody knows how to use WiFi, but not everyone knows how to secure their network. WiFi Protected Setup (WPS) was designed by the WiFi Alliance as an "easy button" to help users enable WPA/WPA2 network security and add new devices to their networks.
Despite the promise of easy wireless security, there is a major security flaw built into the WPS standard itself. WPS uses 8-digit pin numbers to allow new devices to join a network as trusted entities without having to know the WPA/WPA2 passphrase.
However, due to a logic flaw in the WPS reference design, a WPS-enabled router will report success for each half of the pin number separately, effectively cutting the possible pin space by 3 orders of magnitude and making it possible to guess the correct pin number in a matter of hours. Once the pin number (which is hardcoded for each device) is retrieved, it is possible to join the network, obtain the network passphrase, and reconfigure the router itself... even if the network passphrase is changed in the future!
The only way to prevent this brute force attack and unfettered access to your network is to disable WPS on the router itself. Furthermore, due to simplistic and sometimes improper implementation by various WiFi router vendors, it can be difficult or even impossible to disable the WPS feature.
Reaver Pro will test your WPS implementation for vulnerabilities. A successful PIN retrieval means your network can be attacked and infiltrated! It's that simple. If Reaver Pro fails to obtain the PIN, your WPS implementation is likely secure and up-to-date.