Cyber security tools to detect and actually locate unauthorised and malicious WiFi
Our Pursuit WiFi portable tracker has everything you need
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Know exactly what WiFi is in your environment
Enumerating a network
Insight analytics platform
WiFi audits and floor walks
Find specific devices
Drone controller detection
WiFi network traffic analysis
Track it to the source
Find out how our products can help you
HackHunter in the field
During a floor walk with their internal WiFi specialists we put our Pursuit WiFi tracker to the test, and found that we were over 300% more effective than their existing solution for rogue access point and WiFi audits
In a series of field trials with an ASX-listed technology company and a retail franchise we enumerated WiFi networks and identified potential vulnerabilities while fine-tuning our Vision continuous monitoring sensors
Purpose-built for cyber security
Built by cyber security experts to detect and find the source of unauthorised and potentially malicious WiFi, to within a few centimetres, so it can be investigated fully.
All of our product casings are 3D printed from recyclable materials.
The complete HackHunter solution for WiFi security
Seamlessly integrates with security management systems, providing in-depth analytics and trend analysis
Custom Tracking Templates
Detect and locate any characteristic, trait or behaviour in WiFi traffic with our bespoke templates
HackHunter in the media
HackHunter's Pursuit WiFi tracker has officially launched!
Featured in the Australian Financial Review, HackHunter Pursuit is ready to take on unauthorised WiFi networks. The Pursuit WiFi tracker, is portable and detects and locates the source of unauthorised and potentially malicious WiFi with precision.
In a trial with an ASX 50 listed company, the Pursuit WiFi tracker found one Wifi device hidden under the floor that the company had no idea about and another device hidden in a bag that was remotely switched off as we approached with the Pursuit WiFi tracker.
HackHunter has just won the Australian Information Security Association (AISA) 2020 Award for Cyber Security Start Up of the year. Awarded for an organisation less than 5 years old that has brought to market a unique product innovation around cyber security.
Download a PDF copy of the press release below.
HackHunter is featured in this article published in the Australian Financial Review about WiFi attacks
HackHunter was profiled in this article published in the Canberra Times
Our innovative manufacturing processes are highlighted in this profile in the Australian Manufacturing forum’s magazine