Gadgets That Every Hacker Needs In Their Toolkit

In this article, I will show you a list of hardware hacking tools that helps hacker to hack communication protocols such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and other RF communication protocols, as well devices like PCs, laptops, Smartphones without much coding or scripting and used by security enthusiasts and hackers.
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In this article, I will show you a list of hardware hacking tools that are used by security enthusiasts and hackers to hack communication protocols such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and other RF communication protocols, as well as devices like PCs, laptops, Smartphones without much coding or scripting.

List of Hacker Hardware Tools

➤ Raspberry Pi:- Rasberry Pi is a series of small single-board low-budget computers that run Linux and can be used in multiple ways. A classic example in security audits is to use a Raspberry Pi with Power bank, a hacking distro like Kali Linux, and applications like FruityWifi, which together act like the Swiss army knife of pen-testing. Hacker can set up a small program that will capture wifi packets and to steal data or conduct man in middle attacks.
➤ USB Rubber Ducky:- This device looks like a normal USB drive but works as a programmed keyboard. You only need to plug it into a computer and the target recognizes the Ducky as both a standard HID keyboard and a serial port, then it starts writing automatically to launch programs and tools which may either be available on the victim computer or loaded onto the drive’s onboard Micro SD, and does the nefarious work of stealing documents, passwords, and more. It features a fast 60 MHz 32-bit CPU, type-A USB connector, Micro SD expandable memory, programmable payload replay button, JTAG interface with GPIO, and DFU bootloader.
Source: WiFi Pineapple
➤ HackRF One:- The HackRF One, a Software Defined Radio (SDR) peripheral capable of transmission or reception of radio signals from 1MHz to 6GHz. It is designed to enable the test and development of modern, next-generation radio technologies and capable to digitize radio signals that are received or transmitted by the devices operating with Bluetooth, FM radio, near-field communication (NFC), and cellular technology and able to do all sorts of funky manipulations, even it can be used to unlock car doors. HackRF One hardware and software's open-source nature has attracted hackers, amateur radio enthusiasts and information security practitioners.
Source: Great Scott Gadgets
➤ UberTooth One:- The Ubertooth One is a fully open-source Bluetooth development board that works in 2.4 GHz Frequency which is widely used for Bluetooth hacking. This is capable of monitoring and tracing any nearby Bluetooth devices and it can be connected to your computer via USB port.
Source: Ubertooth One
➤ WiFi Pineapple:- WIFI pineapple is a set of tools for wireless penetration tests. It is very useful for various types of attacks, such as man-in-the-middle attack and easily intercept all data transmitted between a victim’s device and the Internet, including passwords, account numbers, or other sensitive data. It has an intuitive web interface, That enables you to connect using any device like a smartphone or a tablet.
Source: WiFi Pineapple
➤ Alfa Network Adapter's:- The Alfa Network Adapters stands out for its use of chipsets which can be set to monitoring mode. It is one of quite a few adapters that supports packet injection and set up for the purpose of monitoring other networks and passively sending out data and It is also compatible with Kali Linux OS.

➤ Proxmark 3 Kit:- Proxmark 3 Kit is a device that enables sniffing, reading, and cloning of RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) tags. It is used all over the places as a way to track items using the tags’ specific electromagnetic frequency. You only need to copy that signature using Proxmark 3 Kit and you can gain access to, well, whatever that tag has access to.
Source: Hacker Warehouse
➤ MagSpoof:- MagSpoof is capable to store all your credit cards and anything else with a magnetic stripe in one device, then transmit the desired card data wirelessly without having to have the actual plastic with you.
➤ LAN Turtle:- LAN Turtle is a USB Ethernet adapter with covert backdoors. It provides stealthy remote access, as it stays connected to a USB port covertly. Besides this, it allows users to gain information from the network and has the capacity to execute a man-in-the-middle attack.
Source: LAN Turtle
➤ Key Logger:-  Keylogger is a small device that serves as a connector and can be connected via USB or PS/2 and creates a stealthy connection between the keyboard and PC and capture and record computer users' keystrokes, including sensitive passwords. Most security systems not able to detect it.

Conclusion:- Thanks for reading. In this article. I shared Information about Hacker Hardware Tools. Feel free to ask in the comment section if you have any queries.

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