Wi Fi

How To : Get Free Wi-Fi from Hotels & More

Often times when staying at a hotel or anywhere for that matter, you'll whip out your laptop and check the local area for Wi-Fi. I know you've all been in my shoes when you find an unsecured network that appears to be public Wi-Fi belonging to the hotel or airport, and you con ...more

How To : Disable Wi-Fi SSID broadcast on a NETGEAR router

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to disable SSID broadcast on a NETGEAR router. Begin by opening your browser and go to the site: Router Login. Then type in your user name and password. Click OK. In the sidebar under Setup, click on Wireless Settings. In Name (SSID), ...more

Guide : Wi-Fi Cards and Chipsets

Greetings aspiring hackers. I have observed an increasing number of questions, both here on Null-Byte and on other forums, regarding the decision of which USB wireless network adapter to pick from when performing Wi-Fi hacks. So in today's guide I will be tackling this dilemm ...more

How To : Send ADB Commands Over Wi-Fi on Android

Android Debug Bridge, or ADB for short, is a very powerful utility that can remotely execute commands on your Android device. This remote terminal interface, however, is not very "remote" at all. You have to be tied down to your computer to use it, since a USB cable is normall ...more

How To : Hack Wi-Fi Using Wifite in Kali

Welcome, my aspiring hackers! In this tutorial I'm gonna be showing you how to hack Wi-Fi using the wps compatibility of a router, in , of course, Kali. First, fire up Kali. Then, open up a terminal and type wifite. Wait for a minute, and watch closely as the BSSIDs begin to ...more

How To : Securely Sniff Wi-Fi Packets with Sniffglue

Sniffing packets over a network is an easy way for hackers to gather information on a target without needing to do much work. But doing so can be risky if sniffing packets on an untrusted network because a payload within the packets being captured could be executed on your sys ...more

How To : Connect to a Wi-Fi network on a Nokia N900 phone

Connecting your Nokia N900 smartphone to a wireless hotspot or your home wifi network is just a few quick taps away! Take a look at this tech support video from Nokia that will tell you exactly where to find the available internet connections on the phone and select the one yo ...more

How To : Set Your Wi-Fi Card's TX Power Higher Than 30 dBm

Do you have an Alfa AWUS036NH Wi-Fi adapter that claims it can go to 2000 mWs, or some card that can supposedly transmit power over 1000 mW? If so, you may have run into problems setting your card's TXPOWER higher than 30 dBm, which is about 1000 mW. Well, I will show you how ...more

HowTo : Protect Yourself on Public Wi-Fi Networks

Life is getting more and more convenient. You can pick up a wireless signal at nearly any coffee shop these days (Starbucks is now officially free in every location across the nation), as well as airports, libraries, hotels and more. However, along with this convenience comes ...more

How To : Set-up a (dlink DI-524) wi-fi router

First, you will need a surfboard cable modem. You will need a wireless router with an unscrewed antenna and a power cord. Make sure you have two ethernet cord and a computer. First, take the surfboard and screw the cable into it; make sure it is completely tight. Next, take th ...more

How To : Use Your Android as a Streaming Wi-Fi Camera

Not too long ago I showcased ReCam, a free app that lets you schedule recordings and use your Android device as a security or spy camera of sorts. While useful, this app required you to schedule when to record in advance, resulting in you possibly missing the footage you inten ...more

How To : Google Photos Waiting for Wi-Fi? Here's the Fix

If you're on a limited data plan, you no doubt set Google Photos to only back up over Wi-Fi on your Android device. In recent months, however, there have been many complaints that Photos won't actually back up your pictures when you get back home and connect to your network. T ...more

How To : Recover a Lost WiFi Password from Any Device

These days, if you're having friends over, they'll probably ask to log into your Wi-Fi network before asking for a drink. But if you've forgotten your password, it can be quite hard to find, since most devices obscure the characters with asterisks. But it honestly doesn't tak ...more

How To : Spy on Traffic from a Smartphone with Wireshark

So you want to know what that person who is always on their phone is up to? If you're on the same Wi-Fi network, it's as simple as opening Wireshark and configuring a few settings. We'll use the tool to decrypt WPA2 network traffic so we can spy on which applications a phone i ...more

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