Evading WPS Lockouts on Routers?
Hello guys, here for my first post ever on null byte, hoping i dont go full retard with my questions and that these haven't been answered before. (i don't think they have)
I recently moved and while i was at it i changed ISP and got a brand new router from them. The router from my previous ISP was heavily pressured by myself trying all the great tuts on hacking wifi OTW has made here. But as i tried some of this stuff on the new one, i stumbled on an issue i hadnt encountered on the two routers i had previously experienced on.
Now i saw messages like this appear when trying to reaver or bully that damn router after 3 pin attempts.
! WARNING: Detected AP rate limiting, waiting 60 seconds before re-checking
I guess its pretty normal ap manufacturers started implementing some security.
So i searched my way on the internet trying to find out how to bypass this.
First attempted to check if router was mac locking by making a script that would stop reaver and change the mac everytime it locked, wasnt the case, changing mac didnt undo the lock.
Then i found some post on kali forums that explained you could use MDK3 to reboot the router and maybe bypass the lock for a few minutes, going the manual way through the mdk3 commands i couldn't get my router to reboot.
Then tried Revdk3 script that was able to reboot my router but still ddint allow me more than 3 pin attemps at each reboot of the router (which makes for a pretty long crack you'd agreee).
This is why i was wondering if any of you fellow apprentice hackers or the master hackers knew about this issue, had experienced it, and if you could share data about what you have found to resolve it.