DSTIKE WiFI Duck
The DSTIKE WiFi Duck is a compact device designed for wireless penetration testing and hacking purposes. It is based on the ESP8266 microcontroller and is commonly used to simulate a USB keyboard and execute pre-programmed keystrokes wirelessly.
- 4MB Flash ESP-WROOM-02
- IIC connection between ESP8266 and Atmega32u4
- RGB LED
- DIP Switch for different mode:
- Arduino Flash Mode: 10101010
- ESP8266 Flash Mode: 01011101
- Work Mode: 10101101
The WiFi Duck can emulate a USB keyboard and inject pre-programmed keystrokes into a target computer. This allows an attacker to execute commands or scripts automatically, potentially bypassing security measures or performing specific actions.
The device connects to the target computer or network via Wi-Fi, eliminating the need for physical access. This wireless capability allows for stealthy attacks and remote exploitation. It supports 2.4GHz Wi-Fi connectivity, allowing it to connect to target systems or networks wirelessly.
The WiFi Duck supports scripting, enabling users to create custom payloads or use pre-existing scripts. These scripts can include a sequence of keystrokes, commands, or actions to automate various attack scenarios. It uses the Ducky Script language for creating payloads. Ducky Script is a simple scripting language designed specifically for emulating keyboard inputs.
The WiFi Duck is compatible with multiple operating systems, including Windows, macOS, and Linux. This broad compatibility allows it to be used against a wide range of target systems.
Users can customize the payloads according to their specific attack objectives. The device supports different programming languages, such as Ducky Script, which provides a simple syntax for creating keyboard payloads.
The WiFi Duck can operate in a stealthy manner, disguising itself as a regular USB keyboard. This helps in evading suspicion and avoiding detection by the target system’s security measures.
The DSTIKE WiFi Duck is designed to be extensible, allowing users to modify or add additional hardware components to enhance its capabilities. This includes adding external storage, sensors, or other modules to expand the device’s functionality.