03-04-2012 11:11 AM - edited 03-04-2012 11:22 AM
Downloaded and installed 1.0.03 for E3200 v1. Nothing fixed. WPS is still always on and the lockdown is the same (60s/3pins). This is a placebo firmware update for people who don't use reaver.
PS. Tried contacting support, ready to test Beta builds if needed. Please fix this.
EDIT: Re-testing the bruteforce, I will let it run for an hour just to make sure I am not spreading false info concearning the lockdown. Will report back.
03-04-2012 02:37 PM
I upgraded to 1.0.03, but did not see anything obvious in the GUI. Release notes say there should be a toggle, or maybe "manual" vs "WPA" just means what it should have from the beginning now.......
I've left my radios disabled till I can test this myself or verify it is indeed fixed.
Cisco Consumer Products Product: E3200 Classification: Firmware Release History --------------------------------------------------
------------------------- IMPORTANT: - The safest way to perform the firmware upgrade is to use a wired computer. - DO NOT power cycle the Router during the firmware upgrade process. ================================================== ========================= Last Release Date: Feb 21, 2012 Last Firmware version: 1.0.03 (build 9) - Added Enabled/Disabled feature for Wi-Fi Protected Setup in the web configuration - Added WPS lockdown feature
03-04-2012 03:26 PM
Cisco has begun releasing new firmware (for the E4200 v1 anyway) to address the WPS Vulnerability.
Last Release Date: Feb 21, 2012
Last Firmware version: 1.0.04 (build 11)
- Added Enabled/Disabled feature for Wi-Fi Protected Setup in the web configuration
- Added WPS lockdown feature
- Fixed Linux kernel IPv6 fragment identification remote Denial-of-Service vulnerability
- Fixed Router cannot get a WAN IP address form some ISP
- Fixed Internet Access Policy issue when disabling Parental Control
- Fixed some minor bugs
Downloading now ...
Just in case this was as counterintuitive to others as it was to me, in order to disable WPS, you must change from Manual to Wi-Fi Protected Setup first:
03-04-2012 04:49 PM
Thanks so much! I can't believe I spent 2 hours with support and they were'nt even able to tell me that. Still, the lockdown doesn't work (when WPS is enabled).
Again, many thanks.
03-04-2012 07:07 PM
Curious, did you test turning it off, then selecting to manually configure wireless? I just want to make sure WPS stays OFF even after clicking manual. The option goes away thus the reason for my question.