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I've just re-enabled MAC address filtering, i run WPA2 with AES which i guess is very secure, but why not add a little extra. Thats the way i see it, not that im in anyway an expert at all, know very little about Networking & Security tbh. Did have SSID transmission disabled too but was having some issues with getting some wireless devices connected so re-enabled it.

I'd imagine that most people local to me would really have no idea about networking and security so these small things like MAC filtering and SSID Trasmission are probably good to use. Anyone with knowledge would probably know how to circumvent them.

Really need to start learning about Networking, got a book CompTIA Network+ may have to start reading try learn a few things smile.gif
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I've just re-enabled MAC address filtering, i run WPA2 with AES which i guess is very secure, but why not add a little extra. Thats the way i see it, not that im in anyway an expert at all, know very little about Networking & Security tbh. Did have SSID transmission disabled too but was having some issues with getting some wireless devices connected so re-enabled it.
I'd imagine that most people local to me would really have no idea about networking and security so these small things like MAC filtering and SSID Trasmission are probably good to use. Anyone with knowledge would probably know how to circumvent them.
Really need to start learning about Networking, got a book CompTIA Network+ may have to start reading try learn a few things smile.gif

just an update I did do mac address filtering, WPA2 with AES and PSk. Each time it found it but what gets me is each time I run reaver it goes up to 90% before it finds the key, I dont know how reaver operates like it if goes down a list of numbers or is it truly random and logs the numbers so it doesn't try it again.

sorry about everyones luck with a pre enabled WPS router but I just dont see this getting fixed just eliminated.

so bottom line,
mac address filter - helpful but still useless
SSID hidding - good but a pain for new devices to connect but bad if you leave your SSID ex, Netgear, Linksys etc
WPA/WPA2- doesnt matter to this kind of attack though you should still have a strong password with capital letters and numbers thumb.gif
WEP - pathetic.
disabling WPS - still activated after shutting it off

if you do have a wps enabled router keep an eye on it every once and a while, and keep it away from windows rolleyes.gif
    
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just an update I did do mac address filtering, WPA2 with AES and PSk. Each time it found it but what gets me is each time I run reaver it goes up to 90% before it finds the key, I dont know how reaver operates like it if goes down a list of numbers or is it truly random and logs the numbers so it doesn't try it again.
sorry about everyones luck with a pre enabled WPS router but I just dont see this getting fixed just eliminated.
so bottom line,
mac address filter - helpful but still useless
SSID hidding - good but a pain for new devices to connect but bad if you leave your SSID ex, Netgear, Linksys etc
WPA/WPA2- doesnt matter to this kind of attack though you should still have a strong password with capital letters and numbers thumb.gif
WEP - pathetic.
disabling WPS - still activated after shutting it off
if you do have a wps enabled router keep an eye on it every once and a while, and keep it away from windows rolleyes.gif

Well disable WPS on your router doesn't do anything. I've tested and cofirmed this with my TP-Link WAP and when QSS(their version of WPS) is set to disabled...its off.
    
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