WiFi attack tools
EAPHammer (evil twin attack against WPA2-Enterprise network)
credential stealing, network security assessment, network spoofing
EAPHammer is a toolkit to perform a targeted evil twin attack against WPA2-Enterprise networks. It can be used during security assessments of the wireless network. The focus of EAPHammer is to provide a powerful interface while still being easy to use.
The attacks and features that EAPHammer supports are evil twin and karma attack, SSID cloaking, steal RADIUS credentials (WPA-EAP and WPA2-EAP), and hostile portal attacks to capture Active Directory credentials or perform ...
trackerjacker (Track WiFi devices using raw 802.11 traffic)
network scanning, network spoofing, network traffic analysis, penetration testing
Trackerjacker is a security tool to map WiFi networks that you are not connected to. It allows mapping and tracking of devices using the 802.11 protocol. It may be useful for intelligence gathering or performing specific WiFi attacks, such as a deauthentication attack. The tool comes with plugin support so that it can interact with other tools. For example, when a particular event occurs it can be picked up by another tool.
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