This project is designed to run on Embedded ARM platforms (specifically v6 and RaspberryPi but I'm working on more).

It provides users with automated wireless attack tools that air paired with man-in-the-middle tools to effectively and silently attack wireless clients.

Some of the tools included in the kit are:

Custom regex-based DNS Server
Aircrack-ng suite
Browser Exploitation Framework (Preconfigured for metasploit)
Python-based Transparent Injection Proxy
Pushbutton configuration
"Limpet Mine" mode for attacking existing networks

You basically answer three questions in the start script, wait a bit, then log into the BEEF console to start attacking clients

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  • Is this project still active? Havent seen any updates since 2013 I would be very interested in this project. I am still having issues getting Raspberry setup in Accesspoint mode. I

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