WiFi Hacking Tools
Most of my WiFi “hacking” needs are discovery / scanning related and I can get by with a basic WiFi Scanner. If you requirements are more than scanning a list of WiFi hacking tools is below. I have some of these but not all.
WiFi Pineapple Mark V
The WiFi Pineapple Mark V is the latest generation wireless network auditing tool from Hak5. With its custom, purpose built hardware and software, the WiFi Pineapple enable users to quickly and easily deploy advanced attacks using our intuitive web interface.
Reaver Pro will test your WPS implementation for vulnerabilities. A successful PIN retrieval means your network can be attacked and infiltrated! It’s that simple. If Reaver Pro fails to obtain the PIN, your WPS implementation is likely secure and up-to-date.
Silica WiFi Pentesting
Unlike traditional scanners that merely identify possible vulnerabilities, SILICA determines the true risk of a particular access point. SILICA does this by unintrusively leveraging vulnerabilities and determining what assets behind the vulnerable access point can be compromised.
Additionally while traditional scanners can enumerate the vulnerabilities of a particular target, they cannot evaluate whether a mitigating control is in place on the target or in the surrounding environ- ment. With SILICA’s unique methodology it can report on whether vulnerability can be successfully exploited.
Pwn Pad by Pwnie Express
Pwn Pad 2014 is a commercial grade penetration testing tablet providing unprecedented ease of use in evaluating wired and wireless networks. The sleek form factor is an ideal choice when on the road or conducting a company or agency walk-through. This high-speed, lightweight device, featuring extended battery life and the world’s sharpest 7” tablet screen, offers pentesters an alternative never known before.
Raspberry Pi / FruityWiFi
FruityWifi is a wireless network auditing tool based in the Wifi Pineapple idea. The application can be installed in any Debian based system. Tested in Debian, Kali Linux, BugTraq, Kali Linux ARM (Raspberry Pi), Raspbian (Raspberry Pi), Pwnpi (Raspberry Pi).
With the new version, it is possible to install external modules. This functionality gives the user more flexibility and the FruityWifi can be customized. The modules can be added or removed anytime using the on-line repository.
Make Your Own Linux Hacking Box
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