Test a WiFi around you with portable WiFon

Project is pretty interesting as it uses La Fonera WiFi Access Point running OpenWrt that takes care of reading signal information. The other part is left for ATmega88 which reads buttons, outputs information to 16×4 LCD screen. Microcontroller communicates with AP via UART, while in access point there is a Ruby script running and taking care of sending actual data upon request. What this device actually does? – It scans the area for WiFi, shows channel, SSID, and MAC information. And of course some additional goodies: “- displaying networks found by airodump-ng – deauthentication of a selected client – connecting to an unsecured network and scanning i with nmap – several attacks using mdk3 – displaying CPU and memory usage” Continue reading