SpeedTouch/Thomson Recovery

SpeedTouch/Thomson Recovery


Free version that shows half the password is here: https://market.android.com/details?id=nl.wouterh.speedtouchrecovery.FREE

Recover the default wireless password within seconds for both WEP and WPA2 of several router models. The currently known supported brands are:
* SpeedTouch
* Thomsons
* BTHomeHub
* Sitecom

This tool will automatically scan all WiFi networks it can see, evaluate which ones might be vulnerable and list them for you. Tapping on one of the possible passwords will attempt to have your device connect to that network using the password you chose.

The first time the application runs it will need to download about 65MB of look-up tables before it can begin.

Recent changes:
Hopefully solved the problems people were having with the app not detecting any SSIDs. My apologies for letting this happen.
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$1.38
70
3.5
User ratings
83
Installs
1,000+
Concerns
0
File size
64584 kb
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About SpeedTouch/Thomson Recovery
Free version that shows half the password is here: https://market.android.com/details?id=nl.wouterh.speedtouchrecovery.FREE

Recover the default wireless password within seconds for both WEP and WPA2 of several router models. The currently known supported brands are:
* SpeedTouch
* Thomsons
* BTHomeHub
* Sitecom

This tool will automatically scan all WiFi networks it can see, evaluate which ones might be vulnerable and list them for you. Tapping on one of the possible passwords will attempt to have your device connect to that network using the password you chose.

The first time the application runs it will need to download about 65MB of look-up tables before it can begin.

Recent changes:
Hopefully solved the problems people were having with the app not detecting any SSIDs. My apologies for letting this happen.

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Aug 24, 2014
Question... Do the routers have to be broadcasting their default names? A lot of the times I get a very big list and I have to do a lot of back and forth. Itd be nice if you implemented a system that marks the ones we've already tried connecting with. More routers…please!(2wire's)
A Google User
Jul 11, 2014
Stuck at downloading table files. Tried over a dozen times. Galaxy Note 3.
A Google User
Jun 12, 2014
Worked once On an old Thompson router, don't expect it to work on all Thompson's the algo varies from build to build
A Google User
May 18, 2014
Dont work Worst app ever! Dont work.
A Google User
Apr 20, 2014
Fake give the wrong keys. Tried on my own network only gave me one key and it was incorrect.