esp8266_beaconSpam - Creates up to a thousand WiFi access points with custom SSIDs.

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🐦 Twitter | πŸ“Ί YouTube | 🌍 spacehuhn.de Advertise hundrets of WiFi access points with custom SSIDs. Support the development of this project by purchasing one of the official deauther boards. Or become a patron on patreon.com/spacehuhn. Using the SD card might be useful for some people... but thanks to the magic of git, you can still view the old repository here.

https://github.com/spacehuhn/esp8266_beaconSpam

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