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I tried to run Reaver against my router at home using an Ubuntu 15.10 laptop. The command used was: sudo reaver -i mon0 -b XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX -vv -c 7 -a (the channel I got from airodump-ng).

I'm aware, that a brute force will take some time, but as far as I know, Reaver should output the attempted pins. That doesn't happen for me. On the bottom line is written flow_handler and I think, it's stuck there.

Does this mean the AP is immune against Reaver (it has WPS enabled)? Or is the problem on my side (which I guess)? If so, what can I do to fix this?

  • what kind of wifi adapter are you using? also, please provide all of the commands you executed prior to running reaver (i.e. airmon-ng start wlan0, etc...) – mk444 Dec 31 '15 at 0:02
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There's much to be done before you can get a correct answer for this situation.

  • First, and most simple solution, you can check your AP manufacture website to be sure if it's immune to WPS PIN attacks.

  • Second, try to use another wireless card, and most important, don't use your laptop WiFi card if your running Ubuntu through a virtual machine.

  • Also, try to use another tool, or another version of Reaver.

  • Also try the same tool on another AP which you already know it's vulnerable to WPS attacks.

If you had further results, it might help us.

  • Emadeddin is right. Maybe, some wireless card chipsets are not compatible with reaver. For example Ralink. If you have a Ralink card, forget to use reaver... you must use other tool, bully. – OscarAkaElvis Dec 15 '16 at 17:47

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