Recently I read about the pixie dust attack in which a WPS PIN is decoded with time stamp and other resources within a fraction of a second. The only drawback is that it only works on WPS enabled routers. So what are success rates of this attack. Is it 100 percent or very low? Is it better than bully attack or pixie is better?
These days, most wifi routers incorporate various forms of protections against attacks like pixie dust, e.g., not allowing multiple tries for the PIN in quick succession. Some even require a human admin reset after, say, 3 wrong PINs.
Furthermore, the weaknesses of WPS are well known, so more people are disabling it if they can.
Thus, the success rates are not high these days.