A deauther allows you to disconnect devices from a WiFi network. Even if you're not connected to that network. Deauthers take advantage of a weakne...View full details
A deauther allows you to disconnect devices from a WiFi network. Even if you're not connected to that network. Deauthers take advantage of a weakness in the 802.11 protocol which allows the sending of deauthentication frames by unauthorised devices.
Deauthers come with other features such as Beacon Spamming (spamming WiFi network names) and Probe Spamming
Our deauthers are not WiFi Jammers, though they have a similar effect
Deauthers main purpose is to demonstrate a flaw in the WiFi protocol (2.4ghz band). Using our deauthers you can select a certain WiFi network, then with a click of a button all devices within range connected to that network will be disconnected. As long as the attack is still running, no devices within range (2.4ghz) will be able to reconnect to that network.
Other features include Beacon Spamming, this feature will spam a custom list of WiFi network names within range. You can't actually connect to these networks, but they will confuse anyone looking for a WiFi network.
Our deauthers use firmware developed by Spacehuhn (Stefan Kremser). Whilst most purpose built deauthers on the market rip off his creation, our deauthers are the real official boards; approved by spacechuhn, with a portion of sales going back to support him.
We have 2 different deauthers. The USB Deauther and the OLED Deauther.
The USB deauther looks just like a USB stick, once he's plugged in he'll create a WiFi network 'pwned'. You can connect using a phone/computer, then just navigate to '192.168.4.1' in your browser and you can control your deauther remotely using a web interface!
The OLED deauther is standalone. Once plugged in, you can control him using a toggle switch and the OLED screen. No need to control him via your phone, everything you need is on the device itself!
If this sounds confusing, don't worry! There's a bunch of tutorials to get you up and running.