Make your own WIFI Jammer

 

 

 

 

 

 

Creating your own WiFi jammer has never been easier! Using a small little chip call NodeMCU we can create a WiFi jammer in just 5 minutes. First you”ll need to buy a NodeMcu with the ESP 8266 which can be purchased at here .

Then we need to install  the Arduino  software from here

  1. Install Arduino and open it.
  2. Go to File > Preferences
  3. Add http://arduino.esp8266.com/stable/package_esp8266com_index.json
  4. to the Additional Boards Manager URLs.
  5.  Go to Tools > Board > Boards Manager
  6.  Type in esp8266
  7. Select version 2.0.0 and click on Install (must be version 2.0.0)
  8. Go to File > Preferences
  9. Open the folder path under More preferences can be edited directly in the file
  10. Go to packages > esp8266 > hardware > esp8266 > 2.0.0 > tools > sdk > include
  11. Open user_interface.h file with your favourite text editor or just wordpad.
  12. Scroll down and before #endif add following lines: if you cant see correct copy it from the txt file included in the project files

typedef void (**freedom_outside_cb__t)(uint8 status);
int wifi_register_send_pkt_freedom_cb(freedom_outside_cb_t cb); void wifi_unregister_send_pkt_freedom__cb(void); int wifi_send_pkt_freedom(uint8 **buf, int len, bool sys_seq);

13.Download project files from here (Credit goes to the orginal creator spacehuhn)

http://geni.us/A5cOYc

14. Open Wifi Jammer > esp8266_deauther > esp8266_deauther.ino in Arduino

15. Select your ESP8266 board at Tools > Board. I used NodeMCU 0.9 but you can try NodeMCU 1.0 or Generic ESP8266 Module

16. Select your programmer at Tools > Programmer > ArduinoISP

17. Select the right port no at Tools > Port If no port shows up you may have to reinstall the drivers.

18.Upload!

Your Wifi Jammer is now ready! Now just connect to it using your Phone or Computer and you are ready to go !

Ubuntu Ditching Unity

Canonical’s Mark Shuttleworth has announced that Ubuntu for tablets and phones is dead, and that the Ubuntu desktop OS will be reverting back to GNOME instead of using Unity. This is a major change coming to Ubuntu since Unity has been the default desktop interface for about 6 years.

For some people this might be a big relief since Unity is known to be “heavy” as a desktop interface but for others which have become accustomed to it might have a difficult time transitioning.