I have several WiFi adapters laying around and I figured it might be helpful to document the capabilities of each.
I am using a Raspberry Pi 3 with a fresh image of Kali Rolling 2017.3 (with Nexmon drivers). The test AP I am using is in my living room (I’m down the hall in the office…)
The adapters tested and the chipsets used are:
Continue reading WiFi Adapter Test: 6 adapters with Kali
Recently, a friend asked me why he keeps seeing strange cellphones in Windows file explorer under, ‘Network’. I checked his router and it had WPS enabled by default. I disabled it and we changed the WiFi password to something a little longer (>12 characters.) Now his network is free of strange devices.
WiFi Protected Setup (WPS) is an easy way to enable device access to a router using an 8-digit PIN. I can not stress this enough, it is insecure by design and you should disable WPS on your router now! Continue reading Cellphones Appearing in Windows Network
I have been doing more with MySQL and I wanted to have a stable environment to test with. I have a working (virtualized) LAMP stack on my Dell 3050, but I don’t want to play around on the live server environment… The obvious solution? Add a LAMP stack to my Raspberry Pi (running Raspbian). I already SSH into that box all the time and it’s always on. Continue reading Installing a LAMP stack on the Raspberry Pi