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The tools in question are mainly pieces of hardware designed for security research or projects. So here’s a overview of the 7 tools every 'white hat' hacker needs.

1 Wifi Pineapple Nano

Hak5’s 6th gen wireless network auditing tool. It’s a rogue access point capable of spoofing DNS, splitting and stripping SSL, redirecting traffic to a captive portal harvester and a ton of other interesting features. Why didn’t you buy this?

Cost: Around €160 Euro

Want something that supports dual band (2.4/5.8 GHz) ? Hak5 has a second 6 generation product ready for purchasing called the Pinapple Tetra.


2 USB rubber ducky deluxe kit

3 Alfa 802.11b/g/n Long-Range USB Wireless Adapter

Cost: €60

4 USBdriveby

It’s a super cool project that uses a Teensy micro-controller that can preform HID attacks that will have your loved hacker drooling at the mouth. It doesn’t cost much, but they would really appreciate and love this gift. Don’t know what a HID attack or micro-controller is? Don’t worry, you didn’t buy it anyways.

Cost: Around €28

5 Lan Turytle

it allows users to harvest information from the network and has the capacity to execute a man-in-the-middle attack.

6 HackRF One

This tool installs a powerful SDR (Software-Defined Radio) system. In other words it is essentially a radio communication device which installs software to be used in place of typically installed hardware. This way, it is capable of processing all kinds of radio signals ranging from 10 MHz to 6 GHz from a single peripheral, which can be connected to the computer via a USB port.

7 Ubertooth One

This device is an open-source 2.4 GHz code development platform for experimenting with Bluetooth, enabling users to appreciate the different aspects of new wireless technologies.

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