MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + .srt | Duration: 29 lectures (2h 53m) | Size: 2 GB
This ethical hacking course walks bners, computer science students, or cybersecurity professionals through advanced Wi-Fi hacking techniques using a cheap and easy to find microcontroller, the ESP8266.
Pentesting & Ethical Hacking with Cheap Microcontrollers
Ethical Hacking of Wi-Fi devices with a cheap ESP8266 microcontroller
Using Wi-Fi microcontrollers for pentesting and red teams
Wi-Fi basics and advanced Wi-Fi hacking techniques
Targeting smartphones and IoT devices
Command line basics and Wi-Fi pentesting frameworks
Wi-Fi surveillance and signals intelligence
Students must have an ESP8266 based microcontroller
Students should have Arduino IDE installed
Students will need a micro USB cable that supports data, NOT a power only cable
Students should have Python3 installed
You can easily find these boards on websites like and Aliexpress.
To get started hacking Wi-Fi, it's usually necessary to have a wireless network adapter that supports the kind of attacks hackers use. Cheap and easy to find development boards based on the ESP8266 offer an alternative to this, and can be pre-programmed with a framework supporting advanced Wi-Fi attacks.
Using the Wi-Fi Deauther loaded on this $5 microcontroller, we'll learn to scan and identify Wi-Fi devices, create fake networks, jam network connections, and even learn where nearby devices have been.
We'll also practice advanced Wi-Fi hacking techniques to defeat privacy measures built into modern smart Wi-Fi devices. This includes revealing the true MAC address of devices using MAC address randomization, forcing a smart device to connect to a rouge network from a safe one, and serving a basic phishing page to captured devices.
For red teams, penetration testers, or anyone wanting to get into Wi-Fi hacking on a budget, this class will teach both basic and advanced techniques for Wi-Fi signals intelligence and hacking.
Computer science students