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Our projects are Deauther + DeauthDetector / WiFi-Scanner + Sniffer / MalDuino / HackOx and some absolutly new tools, first shown at 34C3.
 
Our projects are Deauther + DeauthDetector / WiFi-Scanner + Sniffer / MalDuino / HackOx and some absolutly new tools, first shown at 34C3.
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|Related to Assembly=Backspace, Fachschaft WIAI, ICMP, Nerd2Nerd, Schinfo
 
|Has assembly tag=hacking, hardware, security, WiFi, arduino, esp32, esp8266, usb, franconia
 
|Has assembly tag=hacking, hardware, security, WiFi, arduino, esp32, esp8266, usb, franconia
 
|Provides session location=yes
 
|Provides session location=yes

Revision as of 22:23, 23 November 2017

Website http://www.schinfo.de/, https://twitter.com/spacehuhn, https://spacehuhn.de/, https://twitter.com/seytonic, https://twitter.com/deantonious, https://deantonious.es/, https://github.com/k4m4, https://github.com/xdavidhu, http://hackox.net/
Contact http://www.schinfo.de/
Description We are SCHINFO (Security Computer Hacking INFO), an international group with 8 members (from Germany, Greece, Hungary, Spain and UK), show WiFi- and USB-Security-Problems and present own hardware and software, based on Arduino, ESP32 and ESP 8266, to search for existing problems, detect and (maybe) solve it.

Our projects are Deauther + DeauthDetector / WiFi-Scanner + Sniffer / MalDuino / HackOx and some absolutly new tools, first shown at 34C3.

Members Deantonious, Froschi, HP, K4m4, Schinfo, Seytonic, Spacehuhn, Xdavidhu
Projects Deauther + DeauthDetector, HackOx, LanGhost, MalDuino, WiFi Satellite
Self-organized Sessions create self-organized session
Related to Assembly Assembly:Backspace, Assembly:Fachschaft WIAI, Assembly:ICMP, Assembly:Nerd2Nerd, Assembly:Schinfo
Tags hacking, hardware, security, wifi, arduino, esp32, esp8266, usb, franconia
Registered on
Provides stage no
Location for self-organized sessions yes
Self-organized session notes We planed some sessions every day (presentations) at our Assembly (two or three per day).

The time is shown on a clock at our table.

Orga contact helmut.stult@schinfo.de
Brings We are a European group with 8 members (Nickname)

- schinfo - Germany - hp - Germany - froschi - Germany - spacehuhn - Germany - deantonious - Spain - k4m4 - Greece - Seytonic - Great Britain - xdavidhu - Hungary

We present our projects to every interest people and give some background informations about the HowTo. We also install our test-equipment (WiFi, LAN, etc.) and show, how it work. For example, everyone can connect to our Test-WLAN and will see, how easy it is, to disconnect any connection. We show our special hardware and software and the tools, to detect attacks by an easy way. Vistors can see AccessPoints, witch are protected against attacks and how it can be realiesed by the right firmware.

Projects Deauther, DeauthDetector, WiFi-Scanner, WiFi-Sniffer, MalDuino, HackOx and something absolutely new ;-)
Uses money no money handling
Need fibre no
Extra Power no, only 220 V
Near passage yes its essential
Character of assembly place to show and meet
Seats needed 4
Extra seats 8
Aread needed 30
Arrival and build up We arrive at 26th December in the early afternoon and install our infrastructure.

We bring 2 Paravants, 1 Canvas with own Beamer and many Hardware with own test-network for presentation. So we need 3 tables, if possible on the outside. For network connection, we need 1 GB wire - in copper !!!

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WLAN in the 2.4 GHz range is completely insecure regarding sabotage attacks. With simple hardware and the corresponding software, almost every WLAN can be deactivated. We show you how to test your own WLAN, detect attacks and what protection options there are. In addition, we present various projects for USB and WiFi hacking.

WLAN im 2.4 GHz-Bereich ist absolut unsicher, hinsichtlich Sabotage-Angriffen. Mit einfacher Hardware und der entsprechenden Software lässt sich fast jedes WLAN deaktivieren. Wir zeigen, wie man das eigene WLAN testen kann, Angriffe erkennt und welche Schutzmöglichkeiten es gibt. Zudem präsentieren wir diverse Projekte für USB- und WiFi-Hacking.