Finding a strong WiFi network beside your location and then finding out that it’s a secured network is quite disappointing, isn’t it? Especially if you’re a heavy internet user and there’s no other internet source around to get working while you’re out in a public place. In situations like those, your Android phone does remain with you always and there’s a way you could use that to get into that secured WiFi network you’ve always wanted to.
The Router Keygen Android Application deciphers WEP and WPA protection based passwords on a certain set of Modem router firmware versions. These, however being the most commonly used router firmware softwares, the app would be able to get inside a lot of WiFi networks in and around the neighbourhood.
- Thomson Based Routers (including Thomson, SpeedTouch, Orange, Infinitum, BBox, DMax, BigPond, O2Wireless and Otenet )
- DLink (Not all models)
- Pirelli Discus
- Huawei (some Infinitum)
- Verizon FiOS (Not all models)
This application uses a Bruteforce attacking method where multiple words will be tried one by one in a very rapid manner through a proceedure called as Bruteforce. Once the correct password is determined, the process is stopped immediately.
The application can be downloaded from the Android Play Store.