TURN WPS OFF
If you have a router at home or in the office, make sure WPS is turned off. Some routers will give up the password for your wireless network within a few seconds, leaving you vulnerable to attacks and your system to misuse.
The image shows a scan a network scan and indicates which networks have WPS enabled. After selecting the target network, the software tries to extract the WPS Pin and password. In this example, it only took approximately 30 seconds to obtain the information, with each attack running for 5 minutes before moving on to the next attack vector.
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