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Post by 72 65 74 72 6f on Fri Jul 07, 2017 4:15 am
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this is a little project I've been thinking about lately......

I have a DJI Phantom 3 Standard drone.

I know a lot of )(4x0r5 do war driving tryin' to gather wifi signals around the block.

So it came to my mind what if you add a raspberry pie to your drone plus a wifi dongle ?

The additional weight shouln't represent a problem. To exceed this idea a little further, implementing aircrack-ng to brute force passwords on the spot would be a nice feature.

The only problem I see is the time limit.

Unfortunately this drone only can stay up in the air for approximately 25 minutes. Which could turn out to be too short for a brute force attack - if the password is too complex at least.

But besides wifi you also could start picking up other signals like Bluetooth or RFID. Imagine someone unlooking his car and you picking up his signal from above. Think Samy Kamkar :-)

Plus GPS then would create a really nice attack map for you. Thanks to google maps:-)

So you would need:

I. a drone
II. a raspberry pie + power supply
III. wifi dongle
IV. software

You could use any drone that could carry the load and at least offers some fly time of 25 minutes. Everything beneath that doesn't make sense. You definitely should use a raspberry pie 3 because of cpu power etc. For the wifi dongel I would preferably recommend the Alfa AWUS036H because of range (7db) and because it doesn't really add a lot of weight to this construction.

And of course aircrack-ng wouldn't do. You would need to write some script in python (for example) to automate the attacks for the different signals you pick up.

This is just a short mindmap and really basic........

so please share your thoughts with me on this.

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Post by boriz666 on Fri Jul 07, 2017 9:43 am
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Super fun idea,
I have been thinking about it also, although i do not have a drone yet.

Would be cool if thre was some way to put out battery packs at different roofs,
where you spotted the wifis you wanna try cracking. Like a drone laying out batteries.

But you'd have to have a easy attach system so you can easy couple on a battery.
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