What is it? This is an esp8266 development board. It integrated 18650 charging system, OLED display and three buttons. It is a device which performs a deauth attack. You select the clients you want...Read More…
This is an esp8266 development board. It integrated 18650 charging system, OLED display and three buttons. It is a device which performs a deauth attack. You select the clients you want to disconnect from their network and start the attack. As long as the attack is running, the selected devices are unable to connect to their network. Other attacks also have been implemented, such as beacon or probe request flooding.
I designed this development board for spacehuhn's great project: esp8266_deauther
It has already been authorized by spacehuhn.
The newest deauther 2.0 has been installed
The 802.11 Wi-Fi protocol contains a so called deauthentication frame. It is used to disconnect clients safely from a wireless network.
Because these management packets are unencrypted, you just need the mac address of the Wi-Fi router and of the client device which you want to disconnect from the network. You don’t need to be in the network or know the password, it’s enough to be in its range.
Use it only for testing purposes on your own devices! I don't take any responsibility for what you do with this program. Please check the legal regulations in your country before using it. What it does, how it works and how to protect against it is described on the GitHub page (see Source Code link below).
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