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Default Default wifi key apps for android??? (calculate from mac&ssid?netgear,cisco etc???)

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do you know any wifi key calculator apps that calculates the default wifi password from mac and ssid ???
there are many apps but mostly they are for routers like jazztel or something like that, also routers ive never seen in my country( germany), only some for easybox, i know apps like router keygen and speedkey but im looking for an app that will work with cisco or netgear routers or something like that.
is there any app or isnt there even a algorithm to calculate for netgear or cysco routers?
you u know any app please tell me
 
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Hey,
do you know any wifi key calculator apps that calculates the default wifi password from mac and ssid ???
there are many apps but mostly they are for routers like jazztel or something like that, also routers ive never seen in my country( germany), only some for easybox, i know apps like router keygen and speedkey but im looking for an app that will work with cisco or netgear routers or something like that.
is there any app or isnt there even a algorithm to calculate for netgear or cysco routers?
you u know any app please tell me
If you're looking for apps which can find a wifi password all are fake. For recovering password of wifi registered on your device it's found under /data/misc/wifi/wpa_supplicant here passwords for wifi are stored.

There no such sort of calculating password from Mac and ssid. Mac address is purely hardware based. And ssid is based on the name you give it.


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If you're looking for apps which can find a wifi password all are fake. For recovering password of wifi registered on your device it's found under /data/misc/wifi/wpa_supplicant here passwords for wifi are stored.

There no such sort of calculating password from Mac and ssid. Mac address is purely hardware based. And ssid is based on the name you give it.


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Thank you for answering me, there are a few routers where you can calculate the key from mac and ssid, for example easybox routers! They have the manufacured default pass that u can calculate, and some other routers too(if they dont got changed manually)
I tried it alsso but inever could calculate the right key, i think its cause the easykey apps calculate a 9 digit key but my friend has calculated one and it works for him but his password he calculated has more digits than 9, i will ask him for the name of the app next time i see him
 
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Thank you for answering me, there are a few routers where you can calculate the key from mac and ssid, for example easybox routers! They have the manufacured default pass that u can calculate, and some other routers too(if they dont got changed manually)
I tried it alsso but inever could calculate the right key, i think its cause the easykey apps calculate a 9 digit key but my friend has calculated one and it works for him but his password he calculated has more digits than 9, i will ask him for the name of the app next time i see him
Although I tried it and could hack my wifi via backtrack..

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