Track & Connect to Smartphones with a Beacon Swarm [Tutorial]

October 5, 2018 by 41 Comments

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Cyber Weapons Lab, Episode 039

When tracking a target, discovering the device MAC address is essential. However, smartphone manufacturers program their devices to give a randomized MAC address when connecting to a Wi-Fi network. By combining the karma attack, the ESP8266 Beacon Spammer, and research by Mathy Vanhoef, we’ll show you how to de-cloak smartphone MAC addresses on this episode of Cyber Weapons Lab.

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41 Replies to “Track & Connect to Smartphones with a Beacon Swarm [Tutorial]”

  1. Sam S says:

    Is this how tiktok stole people's Mac

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  3. MOBIUS says:

    This dude does not blink. Ever.
    Great content though.

  4. Anyone who need help, I suggest you avoid those claiming to be hacked and focus on the guy who can help. Knowledge is power, and I just got my job done even with the time wasting (Got an explanation for that though) they still got the phone cloned without complications.

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  5. Oh at last this guy dont say that

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  7. connor komar says:

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  11. Scurge237 says:

    Great content all the way around. Enjoying the channel. Thank you.

  12. Toxicc BTW says:

    Witch hacking program??

  13. K P says:

    Am I missing something? Is there a secret 'r' after the 'd' in Arduino that I'm not pronouncing?

  14. Pavan Kumar says:

    nice topic, you have good command over hacking knowledge, where you learn such knowledge because we are enthusiastic learners.

  15. REDDIT PLAYZ says:

    Thank you for informative and giving us a knowledge for cyber security and how to stay safe. Thank you null byte

  16. Pippa Dhiety says:

    interesting, this gives me a couple ideas, how about using this within a mesh network then claiming to have the shortest path to default, or better this could be used… oh I better not say here hahaha… nicely done

  17. When it comes to hacking trackwilly.con does it better

  18. 22:56 nah its because they spent so much on there devices they can't afford data plans troll lol 🙂 teasing

  19. Jothish Manu says:

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  21. D r I p p says:

    This guys girlfriend, better run. This translates to her,
    Saying " I know exactly where you are at all times and I know exactley what your doing" to Me, it means theres some creep trying to connect to my wifi signal and take over my device.

  22. so are you going to teach people how to defend against this? or just teach criminal activity?

  23. Tito Medina says:

    hi, anyone with real android control knowledge? is to offer a job.

  24. Marnix Janse says:

    Interesting thank you, but i am not so sure about /root/Arduino, does not look very safe… why is this?

  25. I need a gf that can do this, this is dope

  26. I want some friends now! teach me ur ways!!!

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  28. Red Lights says:

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  29. murrij says:

    Still relevant today. Thank you.

  30. people can avoid this by using VPNS. COORECT>?

  31. Andröid phones have an option to not automatically connect to wi-fi networks.

  32. MAC addresses on Chinese smartphones are often the same, which is a pain to identify.

  33. Carl Howard says:

    It's "Arduino", not "Ardrino". Sorry but you're driving me crazy. 😉

  34. Alkaris says:

    with MITM attack you could easily setup a proxy page which will capture login details of an unsuspecting user, but it won't actually send data to the real site, instead it'll return an error saying their password was incorrect, or connection error, some kind of fake message in its place. The user could capture their failed login attempts for the site a person was trying to login to. The user would then have their program disconnect that other user and return them to the real login page where they will then login for real, while you have just easily walked off with their login details, making that other user think they mistyped their password or just having a network error of some sort.

  35. I pity the foo that smith thee

  36. Ross Mulhall says:

    Hi well im reaching out for some help .my androude phone was hacked 2 years ago i told my family i ended up being commited and druged out of my mind for nearly two years i lost everthing including any glimmer of hope. I finely met a butiful girl overcame all my feers and obsticals . Was just 6 weeks in to getting back to work and the hit me again destroyed my name rang all my customers in my contacts lost everting again . Couldnt tell anyone when i did i ended up being medicated and told to forget about it . Do you think you can help me . I need to find out how they did this and for how long .

  37. Surely this is only true if you use your phone as an internet portal and remain connected to the internet. If you use use your phone merely to make phone calls with no internet access it cannot happen.

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