Unlock the world of radio frequencies and embark on exciting adventures in the realm of wireless communication with the Evil Crow RF. Designed for professionals, cybersecurity enthusiasts, and curious learners, this versatile device is your gateway to understanding and experimenting with the fascinating world of RF signals.
The EvilCrowRF-V2 is crafted with precision and packed with features, making it the perfect tool for testing, learning, and having fun. Whether you’re an experienced hacker or a beginner eager to delve into the depths of RF technology, this device is your trusty companion on your journey.
Evil Crow RF V2 is a radiofrequency hacking device for pentest and Red Team operations, this device operates in the following radiofrequency bands:
The EvilCrowRF-V2 is a cutting-edge device designed for professionals, cybersecurity enthusiasts, and those eager to delve into the world of RF communication. With its dual CC1101 radiofrequency modules and an additional NRF24L01 module, this device offers unparalleled flexibility, allowing you to simultaneously transmit and receive signals on different frequencies.
Prepare to embark on a journey of discovery, experimentation, and endless possibilities!
Evil Crow RF V2 allows the following attacks:
- Signal receiver
- Signal transmitter
- Replay attack
- URH parse
Dual CC1101 RF Modules
The EvilCrowRF-V2 is equipped with two CC1101 radiofrequency modules, offering unparalleled versatility in RF experimentation. These modules can be individually configured to transmit or receive on different frequencies concurrently. Harness the power of these modules to analyze, intercept, or manipulate RF signals, providing you with a comprehensive understanding of wireless communication.
In addition to the dual CC1101 modules, the EvilCrowRF-V2 boasts an NRF24L01 module, further expanding its capabilities. The NRF24L01 module opens up a new realm of attack possibilities, allowing you to explore and exploit vulnerabilities in wireless protocols and devices that utilize the NRF24L01 chipset. Uncover weaknesses, study security mechanisms, and strengthen your knowledge of RF-based attacks.
Hardware used in this Tutorial
- Evil Crow RF v2