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Silica Wireless Hacking Tool Download

If you are looking for a wireless hacking tool that can find and exploit vulnerabilities in Wi-Fi networks, you might be interested in Silica. Silica is a handheld device that can scan, attack, and report on wireless networks. It is developed by Immunity Inc., a penetration testing company that also offers CANVAS, a popular exploit platform. In this article, we will introduce Silica, its features, and how to download it.

What is Silica?

Silica is a palm-sized device that runs a customized version of Debian Linux. It has a touch-screen interface and a built-in Wi-Fi adapter. It can also support Bluetooth and Ethernet connections via USB. Silica can search for and join 802.11 (Wi-Fi) access points, scan other connections for open ports, and automatically launch code execution exploits from a built-in exploit platform. Silica can also perform man-in-the-middle attacks, hijack web sessions, inject custom content into web pages, decrypt WEP and WPA traffic, and take full control of wireless clients via CANVAS's client-side exploitation framework (clientD).


Silica is more than a simple scanner. It can determine the true risk of a particular access point by unintrusively leveraging vulnerabilities and determining what assets behind the vulnerable access point can be compromised. It can also report on whether a vulnerability can be successfully exploited or if there is a mitigating control in place on the target or in the surrounding environment.

What are the benefits of using Silica?

Using Silica can help you improve your security posture, simplify troubleshooting, map your wireless network, create real threat profiles and vulnerability assessments, detect rogue access points, audit wireless client security, and comply with regulations such as PCI and HIPAA. Some of the benefits of using Silica include:

  • Recover WEP, WPA 1,2 and LEAP keys

  • Passively hijack web application sessions for email, social networking and Intranet sites

  • Map a wireless network and identify its relationships with associated clients and other access points

  • Identify vendors, hidden SSIDs and equipment passively

  • Scan and break into hosts on the network using integrated CANVAS exploit modules and commands to recover screenshots, password hashes and other sensitive information

  • Perform man-in-the-middle attacks to find valuable information exchanged between hosts

  • Generate reports for wireless and network data

  • Hijack wireless client connections via access point impersonation

  • Passively inject custom content into client's web sessions

  • Take full control of wireless clients via CANVAS's client-side exploitation framework (clientD)

  • Decrypt and easily view all WEP and WPA 1/2 traffic

How to download Silica?

Silica is not a free tool. It is sold by Immunity Inc. as part of their penetration testing services. You can contact them through their website to request a quote or a demo. You can also watch some videos to see Silica in action.

If you want to try Silica for free, you can download a virtual machine image that contains a limited version of Silica. You will need a compatible Wi-Fi adapter to use it. The virtual machine image is available on Immunity's download page. You can also find the documentation and the release notes there.

Note that the virtual machine image is for educational purposes only. You should not use it on any network without permission from the owner. You should also be aware of the legal implications of using Silica or any other wireless hacking tool.


Silica is a powerful wireless hacking tool that can help you assess the security of your Wi-Fi network. It can find and exploit vulnerabilities, perform various attacks, and generate reports. It is developed by Immunity Inc., a penetration testing company that also offers CANVAS, an exploit platform. You can buy Silica from Immunity or download a virtual machine image for free to try it out.

We hope this article has given you an overview of Silica, its features, and how to download it. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to leave them below.


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