All vendors (including Cisco/Linksys, Netgear, D-Link, Belkin, Buffalo, ZyXEL, TP-Link and Technicolor) have WPS-enabled devices. Basically, a PC like windows 7 can act as a Registrar for your Wifi router, and assists in authenticating other devices to your WPS enabled Wirelesss network.
I put this together from a few different sources. I haven't seen a thread like this on here yet but I may have missed it. If you have a router not on this list let me know and I'll edit the post.
If something may be wrong also let me know. Some of these links are dead but google cache is helpful. Most of this info was borrowed from the routerkeygenPC github project. (, 12:40 AM)duhblow7 Wrote: (, 09:38 AM)TheBogeyman Wrote: Hi!
If you have for Genexis BV? Nti Backup Now Ez 3 Serial Number. Default SSSID is usualy from 9symbols, big letters and numbers Can you give me some examples of the SSID and WPA passphrase and maybe we can narrow it down. I googled it and found a picture of the bottom of a Genexis router and it had this info: SSID GNXADD30E WPA 2NMMM7SZYXH9 WPS PIN 80445258 Genexis SSID [0-9A-Z][len9] WPA [0-9A-Z][len12] HI! That is exactly what i was seeking for. Edit: for info found few more WPA2 default pass: 4CSLH4QQHAXR WJQH2H2DVZFX 2NMMM7SZYXH9 then possibility for faster search: -1?u?d?1?u?u?u?1?1?1?u?u?u?u?1.