Program a NodeMCU to Detect Wi-Fi Jamming [Tutorial]
How to Detect Wi-Fi Jamming with NodeMCU & Breadboard
* NOTE: SEE THE FULL GUIDE FOR CORRECT RESISTOR PLACEMENT
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With a NodeMCU, breadboard, RGB LED, Micro-USB cable, and some jumper cables and resistors, as well as the Arduino Integrated Development Platform software, you can program a way to give visual indications of a present Wi-Fi jamming attack on the network. Make sure to watch the video and check out the full article on Null Byte for an in-depth explanation of how this works and how to set it up.
NodeMCU ESP8266: https://amzn.to/2SBCLh5
Solderless Breadboard with Jumper Wires: https://amzn.to/31JSq25
RGB LED: https://amzn.to/2vouPYy
Micro-USB Cable: https://amzn.to/34M2mIa
Parts above were used in this guide, but you can get them from anywhere for even less if you’re on a budget.
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