If you’ve grown bored of day-to-day work and need a new hacking gadget to experiment with, we’ve compiled a list of hacking gadgets to help you take password cracking and wireless hacking to the next level. If you’re not a white hat or pentester yourself but have one to shop for, whether for a birthday,Read More
To date, three contactless technologies have received standards classification from the International Organization for Standards (ISO), an umbrella organization made up of 130 national standards bodies from around the world, and the International Electro Technical Committee (IEC), an organization representing more than 50 national standards bodies focused on electronics.
KeyGrabber is the smallest, best-selling and highly affordable USB and PS/2 hardware keylogger. There are a few different KeyGrabbers models (with different sizes and features) available to purchase online and we’ll mention and describe some of them below.
Alfa AWUS036NHA is one of the best wireless adapters for WiFi hacking and pentesting, ever made by Alfa. It uses the Atheros AR9271 chipset, which means that it will be natively supported by most Linux distributions including Kali Linux. This WiFi adapter is compatible with any brand 802.11g or 802.11n router using 2.4 ghz wave-length andRead More
Within a pentester’s or hacker’s toolset you will surely find a lots of physical devices and gadgets, such as: Raspberry Pi, WiFi Pineapple, USB Bash Bunny (keystroke injection tool), HackRF One, etc. But, besides all that, you’ll often find a different kinds of lock picking tools.
On the outside it looks just like an ordinary USB drive plugged into your computer, connecting it to your keyboard but it sure does more than that. 4MB USB Value Keylogger by Keyllana has been named one of the stealthiest keylogger due to its capability to stay under the radar of any operating system.
RTL-SDR is a multipurpose SDR device of great utility with physical size very similar to that of a pen drive. Being a Software-defined Radio device, thanks to the chipset inside, belonging to the Radios technology defined by Software, its functionality is multiplied by each computer application that supports it.
The Raspberry Pi® is a tiny, single-board, low-cost, high-performance computer first developed in the UK by the Raspberry Pi Foundation. It was introduced as a learning tool with the goal to get kids into programming/coding with cheap and small, but very powerful mini computer.
The USB Killer V3 is pretty much a simple device, initially developed by the security team based in Hong Kong, having a few high voltages, a FET, a DC/DC converter and a USB connector. Once plugged into a targeted device it will cycle voltage (charge/discharge 220V) until something drops dead.
The Plunder Bug, developed by Hak5, is a smart pocket-sized 10/100 Base-T LAN Tap that slips onto Ethernet cables to give you an access to unencrypted traffic. It allows mirroring network traffic to a third device, for portable packet capture and analysis, through USB-C convenience.