The ESP32 Marauder Pocket Unit v2 is a wireless penetration device with an onboard GPS module and touchscreen

The ESP32 Marauder Pocket Unit with GPS v2 is a portable Wi-Fi and Bluetooth penetration tool powered by an ESP32 module and used to test and analyze wireless networks.

Marauder Unit with Case showing ports

It features a 2.8-inch touchscreen, two 18650 batteries, an SD card slot, an LED battery indicator, and two external antennas for 2.4GHz Wi-Fi and GPS.

ESP32 Marauder Pocket Unit v2 specifications:

  • Microcontroller – ESP32 Wi-Fi & Bluetooth SoC
  • Storage – MicroSD card slot for file sharing, backup, and firmware updates (8GB SanDisk memory card included)
  • Display – 2.8-inch capacitive touchscreen
  • USB – USB-C port for charging
  • GNSS – Embedded GPS module
  • Antenna – External dual antenna SMA connectors for WIFI and GPS
  • Misc
    • 1x battery status indicator
    • Reset and Power buttons
  • Power – 2x 18650 batteries
  • Dimensions – 92 x 71 x 46mm

Marauder Unit With Case

The ESP32 Marauder device is based on JustCallMeKoko’s ESP32Marauder Project, a suite of Wi-Fi/Bluetooth offensive and defensive tools for ESP32 devices hosted on GitHub. The Marauder firmware was inspired by SpacehuhnTech’s ESP8266 Deauther firmware. JustCallMeKoko sells an ESP32 Marauder device on Tindie, but it is currently out of stock.

marauder pocket v1 and v2 comparison

The ESP32 Marauder Pocket Unit v2 offers the same functionality as the earlier version but includes a capacitive touchscreen and uses up to two 18650 batteries. The v2 is also more expensive at $168 for the unit with a plastic case and $145 for the unit alone. The Pocket Unit v1, on the other hand, is sold without a case and is priced at $98. Batteries are not included in the package due to postage regulations. The case is currently available in white and black, but more color combinations should be available by late July.

The ESP32 Marauder is generally designed for wardriving, but it can be used for more nefarious purposes. There is a PDF manual that walks through the device’s features, setup, and general usage. Also, the ESP32Marauder wiki offers a broader overview of the device’s capabilities. In other pentesting news, you may be interested in the Diabolic Drive, ThingPulse Pendrive S3, Deauther Watch X, the Hackbat DIY open-source hardware board, or the M1 multitool Flipper Zero alternative.

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1 Comment
6 days ago

Overpriced for the given specs IMHO.
Regarding for what it is supposed to do, I don’t understand the need of an embeded GPS.

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