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My neighbor asked me if I could make him a program for managing the wifi connection to his kids devices. Basically, he wants to be able to turn wifi on/off on selected devices, on demand. I know how to de-auth ALL devices temporarily, but that's not the goal. He asked because I am always looking for new ideas to work/practice on. And no, this isn't a vague post to try and get info on hacking into my neighbors wifi, lol... I set it up and have all the credentials. Is this within reach?

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  • 7
    Just use a semi-decent router that has two wifis (sometimes called "guest network") and put in the kid restrictions on one of them. Then pray that they won't be using their mobile data plans and blast the bill through the roof.
  • 2
    it depends on your neighbor's hardware :)
  • 5
    A lot of routers will have the ability to have restricted hours or per device blocking. Get inside and look around, if it doesn't handle it but one that does.
  • 3
    Standard router with 2.4ghz and 5ghz. Devices to "shut off" are an Xbox one, a chromebook, and 2 iPhones
  • 3
    @klutch the router needs to be able to do it, iPhones do change MAC addresses, so be wary of that if you only block based on MAC.

    You could reserve ip's to a few obvious devices and then full block or run in guest mode everything else and disable that as @Fast-Nop mentioned.
  • 3
    Yes, I thought about utilizing mac filtering/scheduling- and that would probably be fine. But, his idea was for stuff like turning it back on individually when things like assignments/chores are completed, etc.
  • 2
    Also, thanks so much for the input!!!
  • 4
    Almost all $20 routers can do it but if you wanna dick around make him buy a $100 one. Maybe set up dd-wrt on it and hijack his traffic so you can see what kinda porn he likes then subtly hint at it in front of his wife just to take a piss out of him. A bit of mischief here and there can’t hurt that much.
  • 0
    Haa@molaram haha!!!! It's actually a pretty decent home router
  • 2
    @klutch nice. Just turn on scheduling then mate
  • 6
    put in a function where the kids can buy internet access from you with daddys credit card 😄
  • 3
    And as a bonus throw in a proxy that replaces various images with horse porn once every few hours
  • 1
    Almost forgot: inject a few beeps @25khz into his pages every now and then, watch them all go nuts in a few weeks.
  • 0
    @molaram Although that would also require access to the client devices these days.
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  • 0
    @molaram Think a little about it before I spoiler.
  • 1
    @Fast-Nop you mean the pics or the beeps? I was thinking ssl downgrade or stripping + a content rewriting proxy in the middle. Possibly a dns hijack
  • 2
    @molaram That might also work, yeah, at least with some websites. My idea was more like a corporate proxy which breaks up https reliably.
  • 1
    @Fast-Nop well if he gets access to their pipe one way or another he can fuck with them till they go nuts
  • 1
    Tge deauther project for the ESP8266 can kick individua MACs as well.

    Its just sending a management packet to either the Broadcast MAC or a Unicast MAC to determine who gets kicked out.
    Even though this flaw was fixed a long time ago, almost nobody has bothered to implement that fix. It is also required by both the router and the client. So chances of working are probably still 99%.

    You can also specify the reason of the kick. I had tested that. You can kick someone for "wrong password" which will make the client forget it because its considered wrong and should be retyped. Basically you remove the WiFi with that from the wifi list of the client.

    Search for "deauther esp8266 git". Get a esp8266 and after testing it modify the software to automate the process. Like pull a maclist from a http server on a wifi to update the "banned/jammed devices list".
  • 0
    @LinusCDE 🔥🔥🔥
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