A smart home can’t be bad, can it? Videos: – Smart Home – Smart Hack (DE): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=urnNfS6tWAY – Smart Home – Smart Hack (EN): …


33 thoughts on “How to hack ESP8266 Lights”

  1. nice video, covered exactly what i was hoping to find information on, perfectly. All the questions i had in my head when i showed up are answered and i got more useful information than i was expecting, Thanks a lot!

  2. Well done. Very informative. Did you do this from a script? You are very clear and organized in your thinking and presentation. I will watch this and take notes. I feel like I just had a short course in ethical hacking.

  3. I agree, there are a lot of well-done videos but the depth doesn’t go past what a slightly aggressive DIYer would do. They are good to get you started but there’s a certain point where you have to fend for yourself.

  4. Thank you for all your hard work on bringing awareness of wireless/network security to the public. I have been a Network Engineer for over 25 years, going all the way back to the days of FidoNet (if you know what that is), and really enjoy following your work. Hats off to you sir.

  5. Really appreciate this video. Today I started digging on a ESP8266 device that came with an app called "Magic Home" and tried to see how to hack it. Found out about security issues when I sniffed with wireshark.

    This is a good alternative on how to solve any security concern.

  6. Vielen Dank! I just started playing with ESP8266, and luckily don't have any smart devices calling home to China on a regular basis… 😉 Yeah, that stuff will get hacked before it goes into service. (Laughs: 'Military-grade encryption' must be the Newfoundland army version)

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