WPSApp Pro is the version of WPSApp that is free of advertisements and uses the WPS protocol to assess your network’s security.
This protocol enables you to join to a WiFi network using an 8-digit pin number, which is often predefined in the router. The issue is that the pin of many routers from various manufacturers is known or can be calculated.
These pins are used by this app to test the connection and determine whether the network is secure. It uses a few well-known pin creation methods as well as a few standard pins. Furthermore computes the default key for some routers, gives you access to WiFi passwords saved on the device, scans the devices linked to your network, and assesses the WiFi channel quality.
Usage is fairly straightforward. When scanning the networks around us, you will notice networks marked with a red cross; these networks are “secure,” the WPS protocol has been disabled, and the default password is unknowable.
When a device displays a question mark, it means that the WPS protocol has been activated, but the pin is not known. In this situation, the application enables you to test the most typical.
Last but not least, individuals that have a green tick are probably exposed as they have the WPS protocol activated and know what their connection pin is. It’s also possible that the router doesn’t support WPS but that the password is known; in this case, the password also shows up in green and can be linked to the key.
To connect on Android 9 or later and to use some additional features, you only need to be a Root user.
NOTICE: Several firms have upgraded the firmware of their routers to fix the issue. Not all networks are vulnerable, and just because a network appears vulnerable does not mean it is.
PUT IT TO THE TEST ON YOUR NETWORK, AND IF YOU’RE VULNERABLE, FIX IT. For a strong and personalised password, deactivate WPS.
I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY MISUSE; ACCESS TO FOREIGN NETWORKS IS ILLEGAL AND COULD RESULT IN PENALTIES.
From Android 6 (Marshmallow) it is necessary to grant location permissions. It is a new requirement added by Google in this version. More information in: https://developer.android.com/about/versions/marshmallow/android-6.0-changes.html#behavior-hardware-id
Some Samsung models use encryption and do not show real passwords, they show a long series of hexadecimal digits. Look for information on the internet or contact me if you want to know how to decrypt them.
Pin connection does not work on LG models with Android 7 (Nougat). It’s a problem with LG’s own software.
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