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  1. I normally use a dev board like the Node Mcu or a D1 mini if I plan to kick devices off that aren't on my network any way its more convenient and to be honest there so cheap its kinda a throw away item so leaving breadcrumbs don't really matter. But on my home network using Aireplay to kick devices I don't want on is easier for me most of the time if I don't feel the need to pull out the deauthers I made out.
  2. I knew what you mean't when you were talking about like reflecting using the soda cans and as of the math part it can take some time but since there not too much thicker then my di-pole rabbit ear set up I just measured out what I used for it and to my surprise it worked really well although it probably would have helped to solder and or use 50 ohm cables I had a coax cable used for tv I actually had to look up weather it was 75 ohm or 50 ohm before I used it lol. Also just for fun today I hooked it up to the tv and managed to get a dozen or so channels just can't walk in front of it or it bre
  3. Well the can it self would and could be better but how would you turn them into a flexible dipole. But if you add enough soda tabs to one chain it hardly makes a difference also I put the antenna I made against the one I bought and was actually able to pick up the Noaa weather satellites almost as good compared with my actual rabbit ear dipoles. Although using 50 ohm coax it might have turned out a little better as well as if I actually soldered but for something I hardly expected to work my self it actually turned out pretty good and its easy to adjust the length after wards to what ever you
  4. I found out that if you make simple chains out of soda tabs its the perfect material to make a super bendable antenna that is super easy to store and when it done you can hook some non metal clips to the end to attach it too what ever you want. Now heres the best part if you don't got a soldering tool but hot glue this actually still works really well. Step 1. Strip some 50 ohm to 75 ohm coax cable and separate the shielding from the main cable and then when you done doing that put the cable off to the side and work on the chain. Step 2. Get soda tabs a lot of them and cut the ends o
  5. I thought this was cool I tried a few designs ended up botching them up but I found out just some simple rabbit ears extended to the right length plugged in via coax to my SDR was just enough to make this work even if for a little. I still got to remove the rabbit ears from tv antenna there used for to help increase the image quality then solder them to some coax but even when it was storming and I lost power I still got a image barely so this is a good start can't wait to make a video on it when I get it all clear and automated. Recent attempt turned out a little better managed to
  6. Thanks XD Glad you liked the wallpaper but chances are i'm gonna change it every time I make a video on Kali including the theme. Also glad to hear you liked the video Bro. :D
  7. Well I been getting the parts I got the coax cabling and my software radio is programmed and I got orbitron I just need to know what is the simplest antenna to make and if there are any decent tutorials with pictures now I don't got anything to really solder with so the simpler the design the better. If any one has had practice doing this with SDR let me know what you prefer to do. Also I plan to use my usb rubber ducky or my digispark to pull up the programs and set everything up for recording and automatically stop recording when pass is done. Also if it isn't much and the design is simple
  8. I have a Surface Pro 3 and the best thing I found to do that is the most stable is to just use a virtual machine and then install Kali Linux on it. Sure it can shudder but it never stops or freezes and still has consistent speeds with most the programs I use as my laptop does with Kali installed on it.
  9. So I had some issues happen in the video but it just turns out I remembered things wrong although it still all works out in the end so I hope you all enjoy the video on this tool. Also I do a slight comparison of the node mcu vs aireplay.
  10. I recently got a few digisparks I used in a project recently and I kinda wanna add a button to one to replay a few commands when I push it kinda like a macro key. Is there any way to make it so when I just push the button that it either reset the code already on the digispark or to execute it the moment I push the button. I saw a great tutorial on how to add a rotary encoder and control the volume on the computer like wouldn't it just be the same steps but with a button and a lil less code. This is the specific one I am using now I don't have a soldering kit at the moment so no need to re
  11. Well i'm not gonna lie I first saw this on another YouTube channel by the name Seytonic and I originally wasn't gonna show how to flash this and just demonstrate the various ducky code to Digispark code converters that came out since his video but I still hope you all enjoy and learn something from this video. PS: This device isn't as good as the USB Rubber Ducky but it's still very useful and cheap enough that if you lose it you got nothing to worry about. Click here for all links for all drivers and converters used in the video.
  12. It isn't much but since I figured out how to do this I figured id make a video on it cause for some reason I been using this tool more then veracrypt lately and figured it be cool to talk about and show how to use.
  13. Well I had issues recording this just couldn't talk really so forgive me but later on I will be adding themes and etc. But for now I hope I help someone out with this most basic tutorial on how to add a Terminal banner as well as color the terminal it's self.
  14. Yes before anyone says it I am aware of the command called "wash" that shows if the router is WPS protected it slipped my mind in the video but I really just made this cause I had some time so it isn't the greatest thing ever but I talk about my 3 favorite programs I use to crack WPS pins. Any way hope someone learns something new and I hope you all enjoy the video.
  15. Well I shouldn't need to state this but depending on where you live be sure there arn't any laws against jamming your WiFi or anyone elses WiFi before starting this project. Also note this isn't my own project just a video I made on me preforming and installing the firmware and following the tutorial that the user " https://github.com/spacehuhn " made on github. Ps: Stick around and in a future video I will be using this to capture a handshake.
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