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I would like to know if there are tools available to identify what WPS method is actually enabled on an AP?
I would like to know also if there is a way by looking at packets to know which WPS method is enabled?

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You can use the latest aircrack-ng suite (Aircrack-ng 1.2 RC 2) to check for WPS enabled access points. I'm assuming your wireless interface is called wlan1:

  • airmon-ng start wlan1
  • airodump-ng wlan1mon --wps

You can read more about it here for example. You could use the wash tool as an alternative, but I'm not sure whether it is still being updated.

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  • Thanks. wash is indeed a little bit outdated. aircrack display wps methods but i don't know if it displays supported methods or actually enabled methods.
    – Othman
    Sep 8 '15 at 12:10
  • It should only list the enabled methods.
    – Michael
    Sep 8 '15 at 12:14
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Nothing better than to directly have a look to the WPS tag in the AP PROBES. Wash or airodmp-ng do that for you (but information is less complete): sudo iw wlanX scan

check this as an example output:

WPS:     * Version: 1.0
     * Wi-Fi Protected Setup State: 2 (Configured)
     * Response Type: 3 (AP)
     * UUID: ebd86104-5cb3-4a92-b43c-6547abcb2dc2
     * Manufacturer: Celeno Communication, Inc.
     * Model: Celeno Wireless AP 2.4G
     * Model Number: CL1800
     * Serial Number: 12345678
     * Primary Device Type: 6-0050f204-1
     * Device name: CelenoAP2.4G
     * Config methods: Label, Display, Keypad
     * RF Bands: 0x1
     * Unknown TLV (0x1049, 6 bytes): 00 37 2a 00 01 20

This is what you can see in the probes

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