Category Archives: Wireless Security

Our Picks for Best WiFi-6 802.11ax Wireless Routers 2021

WiFi-6 also called 802.11ax is the newest WiFi protocol introduced with new routers that have fast hardware. New routers that have the new WiFi-6 built-in are now available with many improvements over previous WiFi versions. Improvements include up-to 4X faster data rates, increased capacity, better performance in dense environments, Improved power efficiency and better latency times. WPA3, the… Read More »

WPA / WPA2 Word List Dictionaries Downloads

Below are some dictionaries that can be used with Kali Linux or anything that requires a Word-list. They are plain Word-list Dictionaries used to brute force WPA/WPA2 data captures with aircrack-ng. These are dictionaries that have been floating around for some time now and are here for you to practice with. Once you get good at using a… Read More »

Privacy Policy for www.wirelesshack.org

Privacy Policy: UPDATED: 2-01-2021 We have created this privacy statement for www.wirelesshack.org in order to demonstrate our firm and continuing commitment to the privacy of personal information provided by those visiting and interacting with www.wirelesshack.org. We hold the privacy of your personal information in the highest regard. The following discloses our information gathering and dissemination practices for this… Read More »

How To Get Rid of WiFi Dead Spots

Map the Problem Areas and Bad Spots Reposition Your Router for Better Signal Change Broadcast Channel Upgrade the Router Use a WiFi Signal Booster While WiFi dead spots can be very frustrating there are a few ways to make WiFi problems disappear. There is no need to have buffering or a weak WiFi signal as even simple things… Read More »

What Are the Best RFID Blocking Wallets and Sleeves?

As most know RFID (Radio frequency identification) is installed on many credit cards, passports, and other forms of identification. There have been numerous articles written about how unscrupulousness individuals can copy this information and cause problems. Keep in mind the vast majority of people will never have a problem with their RFID cards. Most fraud with credit cards… Read More »