Originally Posted by odysseus
if your device supports WPS PINs you need to disable that, even if the device is supporting WPA2.
On many APs/Routers disabling WPS does not secure you against the WPS pin attack. What you need to do is flash a 3rd party firmware such as dd-wrt that does not have WPS support built-in.
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