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Re: USB Stick that detects wifi deauthing attacks. [video]
« Reply #1 on: December 01, 2021, 03:51:43 am »
It is an USB WiFi dongle, which also provides information (probably using a separate USB endpoint) whenever it receives (or sends) a WiFi deauth frame.

In Linux (including OpenWRT-based routers), that functionality could simply be added to wpa_supplicant (if not already added, I haven't checked).  Basically, it's only a little bit of additional code to the deauthentication code path.

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