Daniel Grießhaber made an interesting project on hackaday.io for security of your wifi.
His device, called ESPTool, is based on the common ESP8266-12E and allow to scan wifi network and check security by attempting to crack access. This handy nice device is battery powered for ease of use.
Of course, it is illegal to try cracking another network than yours…
Continue reading “ESPTool: Securised WiFi ?”
Johan had the great idea to assemble a cheap ESP8266 with a cheap LCD found on ebay, to make a nice device that he called “Commodorable 64” in memory of Commodore 64. It is based on a cheap ILI9341 based QVGA displays found on eBay for only €4. This wireless display is well suited for making small screenlets telling the current temperature, weather forecasts, traffic situation to work and spreading them over the house. Continue reading “Cheap wireless ESP8266-based display”