WPSApp Pro is a premium version without WPSApp ads, it checks whether your network is safe via the WPS protocol. This protocol allows you to connect to a WiFi network using the 8-digit pin number that is usually specified on the router, the duduk perkara is that the pins of many routers from different companies are known or known to calculate them.
This application uses these pins to try connections and check if the network is vulnerable. Apply several algorithms to know for making pins and some default pins. Also calculates the default key for several routers and allows you to see the WiFi password that you saved on the device.
Its use is very simple, when scanning the network around us, a network will appear with a red cross, this is a “safe” network, they have disabled the WPS protocol and the default password is unknown.
What appears with a question mark has activated the WPS protocol but the pin is unknown, in this case the application lets you try the most common ones.
Finally those who have a green check mark are vulnerable (in principle), they have the WPS protocol enabled and the pin to connect to the network is known. Maybe the router has turned off the WPS but the password is known, in this case it also looks green and you can connect with the key.
To connect to a pin, ROOT users need less than 5.0 (Lollipop) version. The advantage of being ROOT is that if the pin connection is successful, we will show a network password, otherwise we will be connected to the network but cannot show it. Each feature will be activated or deactivated depending on the situation of each terminal.