A complete Pwnagotchi fully assembled and tested with a screen, battery, real-time-clock, and caseDesigned by Daddy makes stuff and things in United States of America
A complete Pwnagotchi. All the parts sourced, soldered, and assembled. The only thing you need to decide is how to customize your case. Choose from a selection of over 50 colors and multiple patter...Read More…
A complete Pwnagotchi. All the parts sourced, soldered, and assembled. The only thing you need to decide is how to customize your case. Choose from a selection of over 50 colors and multiple pattern styles available to match your unique taste.
Pwnagotchi is an A2C-based “AI” powered by bettercap and running on a Raspberry Pi Zero W that learns from its surrounding WiFi environment to maximize the crackable WPA key material it captures (either through passive sniffing or by performing deauthentication and association attacks). This material is collected on disk as PCAP files containing any form of handshake supported by hashcat, including full and half WPA handshakes as well as PMKIDs.
Learn more about the project and how it started on the author’s blog.
A complete Pwnagotchi fully assembled with the following:
An E-Ink display HAT for Raspberry Pi, 2.13inch, 250x122 resolution, with an embedded controller, communicating via SPI interface, supports partial refresh. Due to the advantages like ultra-low power consumption, wide viewing angle, clear display without electricity, it is an ideal choice for applications such as the Pwnagotchi.
The Raspberry Pi Zero W extends the Pi Zero family. Launched at the end of February 2017, the Pi Zero W has all the functionality of the original Pi Zero but with added connectivity, consisting of: 802.11 b/g/n wireless LAN Bluetooth 4.1 Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) Like the Pi Zero, it also has: 1GHz, single-core CPU 512MB RAM Mini HDMI and USB On-The-Go ports Micro USB power HAT-compatible 40-pin header Composite video and reset headers CSI camera connector
The UPS-Lite battery provides an on-screen voltage indication of how much power your Pwnagotchi has. It can detect the charge voltage over I2C and display when you are charging.
The DS3231 is an extremely accurate I2C real-time clock (RTC) with an integrated temperature-compensated crystal oscillator (TCXO) and crystal. The device incorporates a battery input and maintains accurate timekeeping when the main power to the device is interrupted. The integration of the crystal resonator enhances the long-term accuracy of the device.
The RTC maintains seconds, minutes, hours, day, date, month, and year information. The date at the end of the month is automatically adjusted for months with fewer than 31 days, including corrections for leap year. The clock operates in either the 24-hour or 12-hour format with an AM/PM indicator. Two programmable time-of-day alarms and a programmable square-wave output are provided. Addresses and data are transferred serially through an I2C bidirectional bus.
Building a Pwnagotchi requires knowledge of available Raspberry Pi components, Soldering, and the tools necessary to modify and configure the boards. I am combining a solid stack and providing guides and resources to get you going quickly and hassle-free.
I start with the Raspberry Pi Zero W, soldering on a complete 40 pin GPIO header. Next, I solder a DS3231 real-time clock to the backside of the Raspberry PI and protect it with Kapton tape. Then I short the two pins on the back of the UPS-lite to enable the charge detection over GPIO and attach it to the bottom of the Raspberry Pi. After I attach the UPS-Lite, I attach the Waveshare 2.13 E-ink display to the GPIO header on the top of the Raspberry Pi. Last I insert it into the custom 3D printed case of your style choice.
Note: I provide the full 40 pin GPIO, so if you later decide to repurpose or add additional Raspberry PI hats, you are not limited to just the E-ink display that other vendors provide with the slim modded versions.
I provide for you all the parts assembled, Pwnagotchi software installed and configured for the hardware, rigorously tested, and detailed instructions to get you started. Cases are a custom printed design and customizable based on your choice of a wide variety of colors and style patterns. If you run into any problems, I provide free tech support.
I am currently 3D printing the cases on demand, so when your order arrives, it takes me a few hours to process, 3D print your case, package, and ship your item to you. Message me, and I will work to keep you up to date each step of the way.
There are three options to choose from, a solid color printed case, a gradient color printed case, and a random color printed case. The solid color case only needs one color option to be chosen, the gradient requires two colors, and the random color pattern requires between two to four color options.
This tool is intended for educational use ONLY.
This is a tool used for wireless network testing and should not be used for anything malicious
Do not use this device to access networks you do not have permission to
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