The price of hacking Wi-Fi has fallen dramatically, and low-cost
The Rise of Microcontrollers as Offense Wi-Fi Tools
Wi-Fi hacking has usually relied on a couple of pieces of hardware to do the trick. First, you’d need a computer capable of running whatever attack program you’re trying to use. Second, you’d need a wireless network adapter with a chipset that supports whatever bad Wi-Fi thing you’re trying to do. This could get expensive, with the cheapest combination of a Raspberry Pi and a wireless network adapter still coming in at around $70 to get started.