Project update 4 of 7
Today, I am excited to introduce a WiFi deauthentication attack using Diabolic Drive, taking full advantage of its potent 4.1 dBi antenna. The community support for the ESP8266 is substantial, with a multitude of existing open-source projects. Notably, the ESP8266 Deauther v2 by SpacehuhnTech is a remarkable example, perfectly suited for the ESP8266 used in Diabolic Drive. Combining Diabolic Drive with the ESP8266 Deauther project unleashes its full potential of deauthentication attack, thanks to the optimized WiFi range of the powerful 4.1 dBi antenna, providing improved coverage and extended working range. While this is an open-source project and allows customization, it is essential to acknowledge and respect the provided Disclaimer, which I am quite fond of..
Using WiFi Deauther on Your Diabolic Drive is simple and straightforward, with full documentation on its usage. Through the intuitive web interface on my mobile web browser, here’s what I found when I conducted a scan for access points (APs).
Conveniently, you can connect your Diabolic Drive to a 5V mobile power bank, effectively turning it into a portable WiFi Deauther you can carry in your backpack!
If you plan to use Diabolic Drive as a WiFi Deauther while it’s connected to your laptop, you can take advantage of controlling it via Serial Commands through a Serial Interface like the Arduino IDE Serial Monitor. And yes, I am also a fan of Stefan’s huge space chickens..
As always, we’re grateful for your support to help bring this project to life. Stay tuned for more updates!