The Illegal $5 WiFi Jammer for iPhone & Android



This $5 WiFi Jammer Works on iPhone & Android. Scary how dangerous it is! Oh and also it’s super illegal. NodeMCU ESP8266

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Credit to For Writing The Code!

35 Replies to “The Illegal $5 WiFi Jammer for iPhone & Android”

  1. I het that you guys know its not a "jammer" but deauthing networks is still very much illegal. There will likely be no consequences to using it.

    If you do this in school just realise that schools are government owned and you're interferring with education of other students, they do not take this lightly.

  2. rockhard9690

    Hello, lets say i want to jam two or more wifi, Can i use two ESP8266 at the same time? How do i rename the default name from "pwned" to something else?

  3. Fort N00B

    Warning!
    This can fry your phone
    The iPhone's lighting port wasn't designed to give power, by drawing power from the port, you run the risk of your phone not being able to charge.

  4. jackie schofield

    I wish u morons could read the comments before commenting.900 Comments all talking about how illegal it is,,,Kinda like the one guy who has no idea what ppl are talking about but still comments Nopey nope.

  5. JeffTheWinner

    This is NOT a jammer! A jammer jams the signal of a device or devices at a certain given radius. The device in the video is a wifi deauthor, which is perfectly legal. It tells the router to revoke connection privileges of the devices connected to it. It doesn't "jam" anything.

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