Flaw lets hackers break your WiFi router’s security with one guess

Typically, attacks against your WiFi router require a lengthy attempt to guess any codes and passwords. Not if you use 0xcite’s new technique, however; the research firm has detailed a flaw in some router chipsets that lets hackers bypass the push-button security of WiFi Protected Setup (WPS) almost instantly. […] Whatever the root cause may be, the easiest way to protect against this exploit right now is to turn WPS off — not a big problem if you’re comfortable with a router setup page, but probably more of a hassle than you’d like. – Jon Fingas,Engadget
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