is a W3C Recommendation that describes a client server protocol based on HTTP to create, update, and delete posts (e.g.
The messages to and from the users and the RADIUS server go through a coordinator or middleman, called a network access server (NAS) or RADIUS client, such as your wireless router or APs.
Figure 1 (below) shows a simplistic example of these components and the process of authenticating a user onto a wireless network.
It receives requests that originate from users and sends back messages to approve or deny users to connect to the wireless network.
This request may contain, for example, a user name and password, which the RADIUS server checks against a user database (Active Directory, SQL database, MS Access, servers built-in database, etc.).
Micropub was originally developed in the Indie Web Camp community, Micropub uses OAuth 2.0 Bearer Tokens for authentication and accepts traditional form posts as well as JSON posts.
Posted data uses a vocabulary derived from Microformats.
on reboot (if configured correctly) your wifi will be working.
Taken from the Raspberry Pi Foundation here: This method is suitable if you do not have access to the graphical user interface normally used to set up Wi Fi on the Raspberry Pi.
I could not find any other possibility to alter the WPS settings on the router or any way to disable the PIN.
(There is actually a firmware upgrade for the router; v2.1.02, issued on , so although the update may prevent the WPS vulnerability or give more options to REALLY disable WPS, I haven't checked its possibilities as yet).
Now as soon as I had heard about this tool, I immediately checked to make sure that WPS was not configured on my router.