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I have been interested in Wireless hacking lately, and I can do dictionary attacks, and some other type of attacks. Though, I wanted to hack my ASUS RT-N12D1 router's WPS PIN. ASUS doesn't alllow to change the WPS PIN to a custom value and it ships with prespecified WPS PIN.

Anyway, I enabled WPS, and tried to hack it using wifite, reaver, and bully, but I just wasn't successful with any of these tools. Because, the router is a bit new, and as long as I know new routers have some protections against known WPS attacks, such as locking the WPS after a few failed attempts, and after more failed attempts the lockdown time increases exponentially I guess, until it is completely locked and you need to manually switch it off/on.

Are there any known working methods in order to hack WPS PIN of a router that locks WPS after a few attempts?

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This is happening because your AP is able to filter out the MAC address and block it after an x amount of requests. What you need to do is to change the MAC address every x requests so the router won't be able to lock you out.

Use reaver mac address changer: Reaver -i mon0 -c x -b xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx -vv --mac=vv:vv:vv:vv:vv:vv

Warning: This might crash your router do to an overload of requests...

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  • This doesn't seem to be very automatic tool, cause I will need to call reaver each time I change the MAC. I tried the above link that you have, but it basically does only EAPOL calls.
    – typos
    Commented May 25, 2016 at 14:33
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    Changing the mac does not work for all APs. From experience most disable WPS for any MAC during the lockout period
    – NULL
    Commented Feb 2, 2017 at 19:42

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