Track Wi-Fi Devices with a Directional Antenna & Wireshark [Tutorial]

April 22, 2020 by 27 Comments



How to Hunt Down Wi-Fi Devices
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Cyber Weapons Lab, Episode 151

With the right equipment, being able to monitor wireless signals is incredibly easy. The ability to track down the source of a Wi-Fi transmission can be invaluable to a hacker or pentester trying to pinpoint a target or conduct more precise reconnaissance. Today, on this episode of Cyber Weapons Lab, we’ll show you how to use a directional Wi-Fi antenna and Wireshark track Wi-Fi devices within range.

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27 Replies to “Track Wi-Fi Devices with a Directional Antenna & Wireshark [Tutorial]”

  1. Flavio Lamas says:

    Hi, could you make a step by step of how to track a cellphone by just its phone number? 😀

  2. DONALD says:

    You should make a video how to root 9.0 devices.You will get at least 500k views 👍

  3. project cars says:

    dose anyone know how to use kali Linux 2020.1 i really need help

  4. jake palmer says:

    do a data base video these wifi vids are boring as heck

  5. Simon P. says:

    How many Sticker do you want on your Laptop
    Null Byte: Yes!
    Keep up the Good Content 🙂

  6. kali sha says:

    @Null Byte can some one fix a issue? i have recently downloaded the Kali
    Linux and installed it in my laptop, i am not using an external WIFI
    card. Every time i try to use Wifite the connection turns off..is there
    any way out? or my laptop inbuilt card is not capable of package
    exchanges to use Wifite? I am new so would like to learn.

  7. kali sha says:

    @Null Byte can some one fix a issue? i have recently downloaded the Kali
    Linux and installed it in my laptop, i am not using an external WIFI
    card. Every time i try to use Wifite the connection turns off..is there
    any way out? or my laptop inbuilt card is not capable of package
    exchanges to use Wifite? I am new so would like to learn.

  8. this is exactly what im learning right now.

    THANK YOU!!!

  9. admin pannel says:

    i am try to install beef over wan / its show this message what the solution can u say?

    root@kali:~/Desktop/BeeF-Over-Wan# chmod +x @t && python @t
    Traceback (most recent call last):
    File "@t", line 8, in <module>
    from termcolor import colored
    ImportError: No module named termcolor

  10. admin pannel says:

    i am try to install beef over wan / its show this message what the solution can u say?

    root@kali:~/Desktop/BeeF-Over-Wan# chmod +x @t && python @t
    Traceback (most recent call last):
    File "@t", line 8, in <module>
    from termcolor import colored
    ImportError: No module named termcolor

  11. admin pannel says:

    i am try to install beef over wan / its show this message what the solution can u say?

    root@kali:~/Desktop/BeeF-Over-Wan# chmod +x @t && python @t
    Traceback (most recent call last):
    File "@t", line 8, in <module>
    from termcolor import colored
    ImportError: No module named termcolor

  12. admin pannel says:

    i am try to install beef over wan / its show this message what the solution can u say?

    root@kali:~/Desktop/BeeF-Over-Wan# chmod +x @t && python @t
    Traceback (most recent call last):
    File "@t", line 8, in <module>
    from termcolor import colored
    ImportError: No module named termcolor

  13. MADHURI P says:

    Sir how can I contact u

  14. S B says:

    This is awesome, how does it only have 10k views?

  15. Hello, I have an idea for a video. FUD crypters or RunPE. It's for making malware undetected.

  16. excellent vid! It occurs to me that if you use a hackrf or a sdr dongle in place of the wifi you could track down rogue vhf or uhf signals interfering with a repeater. It also seems logical that you could use this to align your HF Yagi antenna for optimal reception. Do you have any have any suggestions on implementing these methods? will wireshark work in this manner?

  17. Leo Philips says:

    Can I crack a wpa2 protected wifi using Windows Subsystem for Kali Linux?

  18. anonymous says:

    I like how you kept doing the video's hak5 failed to keep up with – dd3

  19. Excellent videos on ethical hacking. You're a great teacher, there's a logical progression for each step in the tutorial, and the clarity of the audio makes it a pleasure to watch. I also appreciate the link to the full tutorials.
    Looking forward to new content, but right now I'm keeping busy by poring through your older videos.
    Thanks for all your hard work.

  20. what kind of computer are you using?

  21. VILLAIN says:

    my laptop doesnt support 5ghz band so if i buy a good 5ghz adapter will it be able to run 5ghz network on my laptop..plz reply ik this is an off topic question but it will be of gr8 help to me

  22. 11:17 I hope you can find the cause of this distortion and prevent it in future videos.

  23. Dan Motzer says:

    just a quick suggestion, i can tell exactly where you are based on all the other SSIDs in your scan results 😮 just a friendly fyi 🙂

  24. Storm IoT says:

    I kinda had to add this to my bookmarks XD

  25. Bryan Sawyer says:

    Your wallpaper is sic.

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