How to Perform Keystroke Injection Attacks Over Wi-Fi with Your Smartphone

With just two microcontrollers soldered together, you can inject keystrokes into a computer from a smartphone. After building and programming the device, you plug it into a desktop or laptop, access it over a smartphone, and inject keystrokes as you would with a USB Rubber Ducky. However, with a Rubber Ducky, you need to first know the type of computer and its operating system, followed by the payload you want to use, so you can program the hacking device to do your bidding. There is no real-time interaction from you — it just does whatever you preloaded on it. With our homemade device, you... more