WPSApp Pro is the version without ads of WPSApp, checks the security of your network using WPS protocol. This protocol allows you to connect to a WiFi …
October 9, 2021
4.1 and up
WPSApp Pro, the version of WPSApp without advertisements, checks the security of your network by using the WPS protocol.
This protocol allows you connect to a WiFi network with an 8-digit pin that is typically predefined in your router. The problem is that it is difficult to calculate the pin for many routers from different companies.
These pins are used by the app to test the connection and determine if the network has vulnerabilities. It uses several algorithms to generate pins and has some default pins. It calculates the default key of some routers, lets you view WiFi passwords stored on your device, scans devices connected to your network and analyzes the quality WiFi channels.
It is easy to use; you can scan networks around you and see red crosses; these networks are secure networks. They have disabled WPS protocol and the default password has not been set.
The WPS protocol is enabled for those who appear with a question mark. However, the pin is not known. In this instance, the application allows the user to test the most common.
The green tick indicates that the router is most likely to be vulnerable. They also need to have WPS enabled and the connection pin. WPS may be disabled on the router, but the password could still be known. In this case, the green tick will also appear and can connect to the key.
To see passwords, connect to Android 9/10 and perform additional functions, you must be a Root user.
NOTE: Not all networks can be vulnerable. The fact that a network appears to be vulnerable does not mean that it is. Many companies have updated their router firmware in an effort to fix the problem.
TRY IT ON YOUR WEB NETWORK. TRY IT ON YOUR NETWORK, AND IF YOU ARE VULNERABLE… For a stronger and more personal password, turn off WPS.
I’M NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY MISSUSE. INTRUSION INTO FOREIGNNETWORKS IS PUNISHABLE PER LAW.
It is mandatory to grant location permissions starting with Android 6 (Marshmallow). This is a new requirement that Google has added to this version. More information in: https://developer.android.com/about/versions/marshmallow/android-6.0-changes.html#behavior-hardware-id
Samsung models may use encryption, but they don’t show passwords. Instead, they display long hexadecimal numbers. If you need to decrypt these models, I can help.
Pin connection is not possible on LG models running Android 7 (Nougat). This is a problem with LG software.
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– Updated pins and vulnerable routers
– Bug fixes.