Studying computer science.
Hacking around with Arduino and WiFi stuff,
also organizing the Hacker- & Makerspace /bin/hacken
Name: Stefan Kremser
Email: [email protected]
Location: Outer space
Languages: German, English, C, C++, Java
Don't email me about product support or project requests.
I simply do not have the time!
But you're welcome to join my Discord community instead.
Hackman Quote Generator
Generate your own hackerman quotes
Hacking Smart Light Bulbs
How to hack ESP8266 based smart light bulbs
A Command Line Interface Library for Arduino!
Add commands to your project without hassle.
Monitoring and logging the traffic of all 14 2.4GHz channels.
14 ESP32 boards, each with an OLED screen and SD card slot
to display and log the 2.4GHz traffic.
Deauthentication attacks and other 'hacks' using an ESP8266.
Disconnect/Deauths selected WiFi connections continuously.
Other attacks have also been implemented, such as beacon and probe request flooding.
ESP8266 + OLED = WiFi Packet Monitor.
Did you ever wonder how many data packets are flying around you right now?
This little project tells you how many Wi-Fi packets are send every second on the selected channel.
ESP32 PacketMonitor + SD card!
Enhanced PacketMonitor for the ESP32.
It shows you the packets per second on the selected WiFi channel and saves them.
Detect deauthentication frames using an ESP8266
Will blink when it detects deauthentication or disassociation frames.
That's all ¯\_(ツ)_/¯.
Upload, save and run keystroke injection attacks with an ESP8266 + ATMEGA32U4.
Wi-Fi controlled 'BadUSB' device to remotely execute Ducky Scripts.
ESP8266 Beacon Spam
Creates up to a thousand fake WiFi access points with custom SSIDs.
Create and send .pcap files using ESP8266/ESP32 and Arduino.
Proof of concept library for Arduino to communicate with Wireshark over UART.
Arduino Keylogger with Wi-Fi!
An ATmega32u4 to emulate a keyboard, an USB host shield for getting the keystrokes
and an ESP8266 for storing and retrieving the recorded logs.
Arduino ARP Spoof
Kicks out everyone in your LAN!
Using an Arduino with an ethernet controller, this device will perform an ARP spoofing attack to block the communication from any client device in your LAN to the gateway.